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Visitors to Borders being offered chance to go topless

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Moira Bruce, one of the club's original members, cuts the celebration cake.

Farm Women’s Club marks its 30th year

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UK consumers most likely to shop online on Mondays

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‘Keep the fracking ban’ says UNISON

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Every dog can have its day in Hawick park

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Prison camp project set to yield tourism boost for Hawick

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Concern mounting that Hawick park cafe might not be open in time for summer season

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Meeting planned in bid to clean up Hawick street hit by litter louts

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Hawick Cornet Ali George and his right and left-hand men Euan Reilly and Gregor Hepburn lead the cavalcade to Lilliesleaf.

Ali leads the way as common riding continues

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Young people involved in the launch were from LGBT Youth Scotland, Boys Brigade Scotland, Scottish Borders Youth Services, Young Scot and Scottish Youth Parliament  they are photographed with Jim Sweeney MBE, CEO YouthLink Scotland. Picture: Alan Rennie

Call for Westminster candidates to end age discrimination

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A7 to be closed overnight near Stow for roadworks

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Pc Dianne Lauder with Drumlanrig St Cuthbert's Primary School pupils in Hawick.

Hawick youngsters putting safety first

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The Borders Railway currently terminates at Tweedbank, but momentum is growing for it to be extended south west.

Support continues to grow for extension of Borders Railway into England

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A Borders Railway service arriving at Stow.

Moves to extend Borders Railway building up head of steam as study starts

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Warrant issued for arrest of Hawick mobility scooter theft accused

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Watson McAteer outside Hawick Police Station

Fears voiced that burglaries are on rise in Hawick

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Cameron Jolly after being reunited with his mobility scooter.

Man accused of stealing £3,000 mobility scooter from outside Hawick home

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Hawick Community Hospital.

Normal service now resuming at Borders health centres hit by cyber attacks

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Galashiels school holding open day ahead of demolition this summer

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Pc Dianne Lauder with Drumlanrig St Cuthbert's Primary School pupils in Hawick.

Hawick youngsters putting safety first

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Chief Inspector Andy McLean briefs secondary school pupil at the young driver day at RAF Charterhall.

Young drivers are steered in the right direction

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The Runciman family - Roderick, Amanda, Lewis and Libby - at their Allanshaws farmhouse.

Farm secretary role more vital than ever

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Euan Welsh with Peter Hughes and Ian McIntyre from the Burns Federation and South Lanarkshire provost Eileen Logan.

Hawick’s Euan is a star o’ Rabbie Burns

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Visitors to Borders being offered chance to go topless

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Moira Bruce, one of the club's original members, cuts the celebration cake.

Farm Women’s Club marks its 30th year

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Youngsters Aiden Middlemass and Ellen Dobbie adding their signatures to the Wilton Lodge Park cafe structure as an alternative to a time capsule.

Concern mounting that Hawick park cafe might not be open in time for summer season

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The framework for Aldi in Hawick going up in Commercial Road.

Hawick’s £5m new Aldi store starting to take shape

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Concern mounting that Hawick park cafe might not be open in time for summer season

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Stuart Marshall, left, and Watson McAteer.

Two Hawick councillors given executive roles

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ELECTION 2017 ROUND-UP: Polls predict ‘bluewash’ as Emily Thornberry turns airwaves blue

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Candidates Sally Prentice, left, and Gail Hendry.

Referendum rethink for Labour candidate

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Council leader Shona Haslam.

Scottish Borders Council executive roles to be agreed tomorrow

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Meeting planned in bid to clean up Hawick street hit by litter louts

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Retired Anglican priest Andrew Warburton looking over towards the proposed site for a wind farm at Highlee Hill.

Plans ditched for tallest wind turbines in Borders

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Looking down on Hawick Rugby ground, Mansfield Park from Hamilton Road.

Hawick would be given choice of being in or out of proposed national park

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Gillian Bruce (VIBES), Vitor Durao and Angus Forbes (Farne Salmon).

Farne have right VIBES when protecting the environment

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Caterers collect prizes at double

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Hawick Community Hospital.

Normal service now resuming at Borders health centres hit by cyber attacks

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Hawick Community Hospital.

Hawick hospital and surgery among NHS sites hit by cyber attack

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Fundraiser Alan Biggar, 64, of North Berwick, and his 1957 Morgan Plus 4.

Fundraiser coming to town as part of nationwide charity drive

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The Borders General Hospital at Melrose.

NHS Borders hit by hackers demanding ransom payouts

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