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Town vandalism slammed

Friday, April 12th, 2019

Investigations are continuing following a serious vandalism incident at the ALDI store in Commercial Road....

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News that controversial plans for a water turbine generator at the Cauld have been given the go-ahead has confounded objectors....

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A local shopkeeper has been left counting the cost of her Myreslawgreen shop being isolated for emergency water repairs last weekend....

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Amongst the many cards Bill and Madge Anderson received to mark their diamond wedding anniversary, is a particularly special one....

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Town receives £1.3M facelift

Friday, April 5th, 2019

Hawick will today be handed a £1.3million funding boost for regeneration projects in the town. 


Two outlets set to bring 60 new jobs

Friday, April 5th, 2019

Proposals for a fast food drive thru and the relocation of a discount store in the town could create 60 jobs, the developer behind the project has said this week....

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Meeting bid over bad behaviour

Friday, April 5th, 2019

A call has gone out for a public meeting to be held in a bid to tackle an increase in antisocial behaviour, vandalism and thefts in the town....

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The bus shelter at Dovemount Place is to be replaced after it was completely destroyed last week. The shelter which is located near to the Station fish and chip shop was damaged beyond repair when a lorry allegedly ran into it and bus users may face weeks of standing out in adverse conditions until it...

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Ongoing late-night disruption around the Howegate has prompted renewed calls for a regular police presence and recommended “gating” to be revisited....

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Painting of Mair in memory of stalwart

Friday, April 5th, 2019

An oil painting of the Common-Riding commissioned by Linda Williams will be a lifetime reminder of her late father’s last time at the Mair....

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Margaret ‘an incredible woman’

Friday, April 5th, 2019

Tributes have been paid this week to the woman credited with establishing the Barrie Knitwear training school....

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Ambitious plans for a £300,o0o pump track on the old tennis courts at Wilton Lodge Park have been given the go-ahead....

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Residents at Buccleuch Care Home at South Bright Street  welcomed two unusual visitors last Friday morning....

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Local couple Bob and Margaret McNairn have spoken of their pride ahead of  grandson Calum’s bow in this weekend’s Oxford/Cambridge boat race....

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News that the Scottish Government has stopped short of committing to a joint feasibility study to extend The Borders Railway has not thwarted campaigners who remain committed to the project....

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Fast food drive thru bid lodged

Friday, March 29th, 2019

Plans will today be submitted for what could become a McDonald’s drive-through facility in Commercial Road....

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