Berwickshire News

Being good sports pays off for Jock and Pete

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Aldi Kevin and Katie carrots have had kilts and sashes knitted for them by members of the Scottish Women's Institute - Joyce Luby

Berwickshire SWI president Joyce makes the link between kilts and cancer charity

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Pete Hardie in 2015.

Being good sports pays off for Jock and Pete

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Vehicles stolen from garages

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Fears rate rise could leave Borders council struggling

Politics

Which pharmacies are open over New Year in the Borders?

Health

Apprenticeship opportunities

News

Man jailed for cannabis farm in his home

Crime
Fire crew works on Church Street last year.

Eyemouth flooding solution

News

QUIZ: The 2017 sporting year

Sport

Bandits gearing up for the season ahead

More Sport

Dingers are delighted with steely showing

Sport

Horn not happy as Rangers are hit with bunch of fives at Elgin

Berwick Rangers

Hero Hogg is simply the best

Sport
Cheesefest is coming to Edinburgh

Cheesefest 2018: A festival for cheese lovers is coming

Whats on
Do you know someone who fits the bill?

Nominate an ‘Unexpected Star’ for new Michael McIntyre TV series

Whats on
The Waverley Bar in Hawick High Street.

Borders boozer’s bungled beer-swilling bid a smash hit online

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How do you celebrate? Pic: George McLuskie

Quiz: How do they celebrate New Year in these countries?

Lifestyle

The nation’s favourite Christmas Carol revealed

Lifestyle
The most popular baby names for boys and girls have remained unchanged this year.

Jack and Olivia are Scotland’s top baby names for 2017

Lifestyle