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4 hrs ago | Daily Mail

'I use sheet masks, eye patches, serums and oxygen facials':...

White House senior adviser Dan Pfeiffer says he 'would not discount the possibility' that House Republicans will try to impeach Obama 'I use sheet masks, eye patches, serums and oxygen facials': Stephanie Seymour, 46, reveals the complicated secrets behind her flawless skin Proving that her face is as flawless now, at 46, as it was at the height of ... (more)

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10 hrs ago | Borders Today

Silver lining for advocacy organisation

People First Borders, a collective advocacy organisation for those with learning disabilities, celebrated its 25th anniversary this month.

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13 hrs ago | Borders Today

Stripping away their inhibitions for Prostate Scotland

Kelso gym instructor Kev Welsh organised a charity calendar, with Abbey Fitness gym-going men stripped to raise money for Prostate Scotland, last year and the enterprise has raised i 1 21,400.

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Thu Jul 24, 2014

Hawick Today

Antisocial reports reach 100 for June

Police dealt with 100 reports of antisocial behaviour in the Hawick area in June, resulting in 14 fixed penalties and 13 people being monitored.

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Borders Today

Pensioner found raider in her home

A teenager who broke into the Galashiels home of an 81-year-old woman in the early hours of the morning has escaped jail.

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Berwickshire News

DVD launch is just like the Oscars

Berwickshire News archive March 1969. Margaret Collin of 31 The Avenue, Eyemouth who is this years Herring Queen, Margarets mother was Herring Queen in 1946 Miss Anne Rosie, it is believed to be the first time the honour has gone to the same family twice A touch of old school Hollywood glamour will be sprinkled over Coldingham Hall Theatre tomorrow ... (more)

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Berwickshire News

Bid made to halt wind farms

A short-term halt to wind farm developments in the Borders is being called for until the impact of existing schemes is fully understood.

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Borders Today

Hairbrush assault

Anne-Marie Gass, 37, assaulted her partner of 14 years by grabbing her arm and throwing a hairbrush at her at their home in Hawthorn Road, Galashiels, on June 20. At Selkirk Sheriff Court, sentence was deferred until January 12. The background was said to be fairly complex, but Gass' lawyer said they remained in a relationship.

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Wed Jul 23, 2014

Mirror.co.uk

Health myths busted: Can too much sleep kill you and is popcorn is good for you?

Truth: Carrying a few extra pounds could help you live longer according to a new study by State University New York.

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Berwickshire News

State of bins at the border is a 'disgrace'

The amount of litter and overflowing bins on the A1 trunk road at the Scottish and English border in recent weeks has provoked complaints.

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Borders Today

Gala firm at Games

It is not just our dozen local sport stars preparing for the Commonwealth Games, with a Galashiels firm taking part in Festival 2014.

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Tue Jul 22, 2014

Borders Today

Mortar shell find prompts controlled explosion in Borders town

A Police Scotland spokesman said: "Police in the Scottish Borders attended at an address in Haughead Avenue, Earlston on Monday after a member of the public reported the discovery of an unexploded mortar shell.

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Mon Jul 21, 2014

Berwickshire News

Yes Berwickshire on the campaign trail

Yes Berwickshire have a series of debates and talks organised in the coming weeks and have invited Better Together to share their platform.

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Sat Jul 19, 2014

Sunday Herald

The first feminists?

AST winter, during a bleak and lengthy Bristol-to-Hull train journey, I started reading Robert Crawford's excellent book, On Glasgow And Edinburgh.

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Examiner.com

Knight's Legacy: Awakening of the Pen Ddraig

A soulless man in search of his identity in the world of man and a selfish man in search of the place where he comes from in the world of magic must find their missing senses of justice and virtue if they are to stop an ancient Druid order from conquering the modern Kingdoms of Camelot .

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Fri Jul 18, 2014

FoodNavigator

Fat replacement: Researchers modify protein to mimic and replace fat in a wider range of food

Researchers claim they have developed proteins that could help bring a wider variety of low-fat foods to market without compromising on texture and taste.

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Borders Today

Disused Galashiels church could soon be turned into flats

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Newsday

Abattoir worker death charge denied

A Borders company has denied failing to ensure the health and safety of an employee who died in an accident at work three years ago.

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Borders Today

Borders quartet in fashion awards final

Four local businesses will battle it out with other leading names in the industry after being shortlisted in the Scottish Fashion Awards.

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Berwickshire News

Duns Festival glows with pride and honour

There were tears as Reiver Ross Foreman, Reiver's Lass Lauren Burns and their attendants Darren Aitchison and Stacey Wilson, brought the curtain down on a week of festivities.

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