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Beverley Knight is bringing some Memphis soul to Scotland ...

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Muscle, bone and joint injuries are looked up more than any other conditions.

Revealed: Conditions researched most on national health website

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Chiefs plea...Mr Gormley wants members of the public to share their views on the 2026 Police Scotland strategy. You can complete the survey by visiting the website www.scotland.police.uk/about-us/policing-2026/ by May  8.

Police Scotland Chief Constable Phil Gormley’s 2026 vision

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The River Teviot in Hawick.

£41m flood scheme is a step nearer reality

Environment

Turnbull and Scott look to the future with new chairman

Business

Hawick’s Howdens help out students

Education

Teries head to the polls on Common Riding Thursday

Politics 2
Recieving their awards on stage at the Made in Scotland Awards.

Hawick firm is simply the best

Business
Friday 21st April is the official day of tea (AKA National Tea Day).

Survey reveals which city drinks the most tea

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

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Easter commuters face travel delays

Lengthy delays predicted for Easter travellers

Transport
Traffic jams in Selkirk's town centre.

Get ready for 10 weeks of this

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n X95 in Hawick bearing the Borders Buses name but not yet its livery.

Transfer deal secures future of Hawick bus services

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A Perryman's bus at Burnfoot in Hawick.

Extended bus services on way in Hawick

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Police Scotland Chief Constable Phil Gormley’s 2026 vision

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Getting the basics right...is a top priority for Scottish Police Authority chairman Andrew Flanagan.

SPA chairman Andrew Flanagan discusses Policing 2026

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Conversation and consultation...is vital to ensuring the success of the 2026 vision, according to Deputy Chief Constable Rose Fitzpatrick.

DCC Rose Fitzpatrick on Police Scotland’s 2026 vision

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Scottish Police Authority chairman Andrew Flanagan with Police Scotland Chief Constable Phil Gormley at the 2026 strategy launch.

Police Scotland 2026: ten year strategy consultation

Crime 3

Hawick’s Howdens help out students

Education
Wilton Lodge Park's new playpark.

Yobs already targeting £300k new playpark

Crime 2
Primary school children, Jessica Scott, Ryan Cox and Ruathy Brogan opening the new payground at Wilton Park.

Hawick’s magnificent new playpark is perfect childs play

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Hawick High School.

Hawick pupils hit YouTube in bid to find new headteacher

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Turnbull and Scott look to the future with new chairman

Business
Recieving their awards on stage at the Made in Scotland Awards.

Hawick firm is simply the best

Business
2016 Vibes award winner Marlin Industries Scotland's Simon Graham, left, and John Droog with their trophy.

Hawick firms offer tips on how to be prize guys

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Lovat Mill managing director Stephen Rendle, the duke, the Duke of Buccleuch and Sir Malcolm Macgregor of Macgregor.

Hawick firm’s rescue mission given right royal seal of approval

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Teries head to the polls on Common Riding Thursday

Politics 2

PM calls snap general election

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East Berwickshire councillor Michael Cook.

Borders councillors call for more protection for wildlife

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The River Teviot running through Hawick.

Crucial week ahead for planned Hawick flood defences

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A Borders Railway service arriving at Stow.

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

News 2

£41m flood scheme is a step nearer reality

Environment
L-r, Jim Shanks of Standhill Farm with Chef Andrew Fairlie visiting Standhill Farm near Hawick this morning. Andrew was taken on a tour around the large greenhouse which grows tomatoes for Scotty Brand food products.

Jim’s tomatoes hailed as simply the best by Michelin-starred chef

Business
Of the 112 species recorded, 22 were Red Listed - the highest conservation priority species - including the Skylark.

Big Farmland Bird Count a great success

Business

Extra £125 a year for essential service shocks former magician

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NHS urges caution to avoid accidents around the home

Health
NHS 24 is reminding the public that healthy alternatives to chocolate are available for Easter.

Stay healthy at Easter

Health
Cabinet Secretary for Health listens to the questions from our readers. Picture: Greg Macvean

Striking a healthy balance

Health
Two cases ofSchmallenberg Virus have been diagnosed in maformed lambs from Scottish flocks.

Schmallenberg Virus found in Scotland

Business