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'Grow your own' teachers scheme in the Borders bearing fruit - BBC News
'Grow your own' teachers scheme in the Borders bearing fruit  BBC News

Scottish Borders Council is told that a scheme to train and recruit individuals in its own area is producing results.

Electrification hope encourages Borders Railway extension ambition - BBC News
Electrification hope encourages Borders Railway extension ambition  BBC News

It believes the move could make the viability of extending the Borders Railway to Carlisle "far better".

Borders Book Festival pulls in biggest crowd to date - The Southern Reporter
Borders Book Festival pulls in biggest crowd to date  The Southern Reporter

A four-day extravaganza of live events attracted more than 34000 visitors to Harmony Gardens in Melrose last week as the annual Baillie Gifford Borders Book ...

Flood warnings as amber weather alert downgraded - BBC News
Flood warnings as amber weather alert downgraded  BBC News

A Met Office weather warning for south east Scotland has been downgraded from amber to yellow. Heavy rain in Edinburgh, Midlothian, East Lothian and the ...

Scots writer lands top prize at Borders Book Festival - The Southern Reporter
Scots writer lands top prize at Borders Book Festival  The Southern Reporter

The coveted Walter Scott prize for historical fiction, presented annually at the Borders Book Festival, went to Perthshire poet-turned-novellist Robin Robertson.

Kelso FatFace staff help Borders homeless charity after bumper sales - The Southern Reporter
Kelso FatFace staff help Borders homeless charity after bumper sales  The Southern Reporter

Retail workers in Kelso have made a four figure donation to a local charity after winning a national sales competition. Staff at fashion store Fatface in The Square ...

Scottish Borders Council top earner numbers increase - BBC News
Scottish Borders Council top earner numbers increase  BBC News

Accounts show the number of staff being paid £50000-a-year rose by about 9% at the local authority.

Borders Book Festival breaks visitor records - BBC News
Borders Book Festival breaks visitor records  BBC News

Numbers are significantly up on last year with many sell-out events across the four days in the Borders.

Borders Book Festival promises 'pure enjoyment' - BBC News
Borders Book Festival promises 'pure enjoyment'  BBC News

More than 100 events involving a wide range of writers are lined up over four days in the Scottish Borders.

Engineers Without Borders UK announces Leeds University team as winners of Engineering for People Design Challenge - Automation.com
Engineers Without Borders UK announces Leeds University team as winners of Engineering for People Design Challenge  Automation.com

June 17, 2019 - A team of second year students from Leeds Beckett University has won the grand Engineering for People Design Challenge prize, with their ...

Scottish church youth leader ‘made young girls drink water then watched them pee’ - The Scottish Sun
Scottish church youth leader ‘made young girls drink water then watched them pee’  The Scottish Sun

A CHURCH youth leader forced young schoolgirls to drink excessive amounts of water before watching them urinate in front of him, a court heard today.

Tory leadership race: Fact-checking the claims - BBC News
Tory leadership race: Fact-checking the claims  BBC News

The BBC Reality Check team has been checking claims made by the five remaining candidates to replace Theresa May in their live BBC debate. Here are the ...

Tory leadership candidates' Brexit plans in a nutshell - BBC News
Tory leadership candidates' Brexit plans in a nutshell  BBC News

The Conservative leadership candidates all know that solving the Brexit conundrum is their number one task. But how do they propose to solve the problems?

Scottish Borders day centre closures a 'positive move' - BBC News
Scottish Borders day centre closures a 'positive move'  BBC News

A council leader has said closing day centres will be a "really positive move" for the elderly in the area. Scottish Borders Council has agreed the move, which it ...

Kilt-wearing, ukulele-playing entertainers from the Borders - The Southern Reporter
Kilt-wearing, ukulele-playing entertainers from the Borders  The Southern Reporter

A great night awaits the Hownam Ladies Knitting Club on June 24 when they will be treated to some floor-stomping, knee-slapping music by four ...

UK Asylum Interpreting Under Review by Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration - Slator
UK Asylum Interpreting Under Review by Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration  Slator

UK Chief Inspector launches review of Home Office's use of interpreters in asylum process; calls for feedback from industry on current asylum interpreting.

Power beyond borders - The Ecologist
Power beyond borders  The Ecologist

Activist camp to focus on new gas fired power stations fuelling the climate crisis and on UK's Hostile Environment for migrants.

Jim Clark museum in Duns to open within weeks - BBC News
Jim Clark museum in Duns to open within weeks  BBC News

A £1.6m museum celebrating the achievements of double Formula One world champion Jim Clark will open in the Borders this summer. A date of 11 July has ...

Borders MP David Mundell’s role as Scottish secretary being called into question - The Southern Reporter
Borders MP David Mundell’s role as Scottish secretary being called into question  The Southern Reporter

Borders MP David Mundell's role as Scottish secretary is being called into question by a committee including the region's other representative at Westminster, ...

Borders’ cubs are helping to conserve our golden eagles - The Southern Reporter
Borders’ cubs are helping to conserve our golden eagles  The Southern Reporter

Cubs from the Scottish Borders have become the first ever Golden Eagle Champions.

Scottish community leisure schemes shine at UK awards – Kirsty Cumming - The Scotsman
Scottish community leisure schemes shine at UK awards – Kirsty Cumming  The Scotsman

Last month was the Community Leisure UK 2019 Awards ceremony, which championed and showcased some of the outstanding achievements of member ...

5 Of The Best Opening Holes In The UK And Ireland - Golf Monthly
5 Of The Best Opening Holes In The UK And Ireland  Golf Monthly

5 Of The Best Opening Holes In The UK And Ireland - Is there anything more enticing for the golfer than the lure of a thrilling 1st hole?

Your picture of the week - The Southern Reporter
Your picture of the week  The Southern Reporter

Broom provided the colour on a rather dull day when Curtis Welsh captured this Kelso riverside image.Please email photographs, with a brief caption, ...

'Worst in UK' Outrage over Borders Railway's compensation scheme - Border Telegraph
'Worst in UK' Outrage over Borders Railway's compensation scheme  Border Telegraph

SCOTRAIL is under fire after it emerged over 24 different documents are required for users to gain compensation from their scheme.

UK weather forecast: Could June be the WETTEST on record? Torrential rain for UK this week - Express.co.uk
UK weather forecast: Could June be the WETTEST on record? Torrential rain for UK this week  Express.co.uk

WEATHER WARNINGS are in place for four days this coming week, as the Met Office predicts heavy rain and potential flooding across the UK. Could this month ...

Deri holds off the challengers to win latest Borders Triathlon leg - Peeblesshire News
Deri holds off the challengers to win latest Borders Triathlon leg  Peeblesshire News

THE 2019 Live Borders Triathlon Series continued in Eyemouth at the weekend with both the Sprint and the Come & Tri events held on Sunday.

Donald Trump insists ‘there’s nothing more important than borders’ and boasts of ‘94% approval rating’ in the - The Sun
Donald Trump insists ‘there’s nothing more important than borders’ and boasts of ‘94% approval rating’ in the  The Sun

DONALD Trump has declared "there is nothing more important than borders" while boasting of a '94 percent approval rating' within the Republican Party during ...

Borders kids take part in Scotland's biggest water safety lesson - Border Telegraph
Borders kids take part in Scotland's biggest water safety lesson  Border Telegraph

THOUSANDS of young swimmers in the Borders are to get a lesson covering self-rescue and life-saving skills in the largest coordinated water safety…

Shelagh set for epic fundraiser to ease torture - Border Telegraph
Shelagh set for epic fundraiser to ease torture  Border Telegraph

A semi-retired doctor from the Borders is about to embark on an 865-mile fundraising cycle around Britain.

Bad night for Tories as SNP support soars - The Southern Reporter
Bad night for Tories as SNP support soars  The Southern Reporter

The Conservative Party's terrible night in the Borders on Sunday continued throughout Scotland on Monday morning as the Scottish National Party's share of the ...

Panintelligence expands to US with new Boston base - BusinessCloud
Panintelligence expands to US with new Boston base  BusinessCloud

Data analytics software developer Panintelligence has opened its first overseas office.

Tourists are spreading superbugs across international borders, report warns - The Telegraph
Tourists are spreading superbugs across international borders, report warns  The Telegraph

Holiday-makers are at risk of picking up and bringing home superbugs, according to a study looking at the spread of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) worldwide.

Staff stepping out in aid of residents at two Borders care homes - The Southern Reporter
Staff stepping out in aid of residents at two Borders care homes  The Southern Reporter

Staff at and supporters of two Hawick residential care homes are hitting the highway to help make life a little bit happier for residents. Staff at Bonchester Care ...

Rory Stewart’s Diary: My walk around Britain, hard borders and why politicians must talk about love - New Statesman
Rory Stewart’s Diary: My walk around Britain, hard borders and why politicians must talk about love  New Statesman

In my race to be Conservative leader and prime minister, I'm walking through different parts of the United Kingdom, going up to people in the street and trying to ...

Orkney and Tayside have highest rates of multiple sclerosis - BBC News
Orkney and Tayside have highest rates of multiple sclerosis  BBC News

New research by the University of Edinburgh confirms that Scotland has one of the highest rates of Multiple Sclerosis diagnoses in the world. The rates vary ...

Once considered friendly giants, Botswana has a new relationship with elephants - The Independent
Once considered friendly giants, Botswana has a new relationship with elephants  The Independent

For as long as they can remember, farmers in Botswana lived mostly at peace with elephants, whose knowing eyes and playful kids made them seem almost like ...

'Discredited' test used on two in five Syrian asylum seekers in UK - The Guardian
'Discredited' test used on two in five Syrian asylum seekers in UK  The Guardian

Home Office accused of using language tests inappropriately and in discriminatory manner.

Nissan Leaf e+ Tekna 2019 UK review - Autocar
Nissan Leaf e+ Tekna 2019 UK review  Autocar

When the original Nissan Leaf came out in 2010, owners were claiming a real-world range of little more than 70 miles. By the time the second-generation car ...

Borders charity is a good idea on paper and in reality - The Southern Reporter
Borders charity is a good idea on paper and in reality  The Southern Reporter

A £50000 boost has been given to a small charity based in the Borders that helps children in Africa.

Toy Story 4 review: Great sequel falls short of classic trilogy - Metro.co.uk
Toy Story 4 review: Great sequel falls short of classic trilogy  Metro.co.uk

Woody and Bo Peep reunite in Toy Story 4 which, while enjoyable, never quite justifies its existence.

Dog eaten alive by maggots after leg is chopped off and left for dead - Metro.co.uk
Dog eaten alive by maggots after leg is chopped off and left for dead  Metro.co.uk

The terrified dog was found with a severed leg after being tied up and abandoned in a deserted train station.

Scots mum killed by lightning bolt in Highlands named as Isobel Bytautas - Daily Record
Scots mum killed by lightning bolt in Highlands named as Isobel Bytautas  Daily Record

The 55-year-old from Selkirk was with Linlithgow Ramblers when two of the party were struck yesterday.

Watchdog calls on EU to save sea migrants as bloc emphasizes control of borders - Reuters UK
Watchdog calls on EU to save sea migrants as bloc emphasizes control of borders  Reuters UK

A European rights watchdog said on Tuesday that the European Union was violating international law with its increasingly restrictive stance on migration and ...

D-Day veteran, 94, gives Theresa May kiss on cheek at memorial ceremony - Mirror Online
D-Day veteran, 94, gives Theresa May kiss on cheek at memorial ceremony  Mirror Online

Former Royal Marine Robert William Yaxley, from Chelmsford in Essex, met Theresa May following a *service* at Bayeux Cemetery, and described how he "took ...

London National Park City: Final Call For Wildlife Photo Competition - National Geographic
London National Park City: Final Call For Wildlife Photo Competition  National Geographic

Foxes, badgers, woodpeckers and an array of waterfowl are a few of the entries so far in the London Wildlife Trust's National Park City photography competition, ...

Visit to Borders is child’s play for Scottish Government minister Fiona Hyslop - The Southern Reporter
Visit to Borders is child’s play for Scottish Government minister Fiona Hyslop  The Southern Reporter

Challenging though they might well be at times, ministerial roles can be child's play at others, and the latter was efinitely the case for Scottish Government culture ...

Borders musicians honoured to play at D-Day commemorations in Normandy - The Southern Reporter
Borders musicians honoured to play at D-Day commemorations in Normandy  The Southern Reporter

Jedburgh Pipe Band made its annual visit to Normandy last week to play for veterans of the 1944 D-Day landings.

Wife of former Premier League star arrested over 'sex with married police chief' - Mirror.co.uk
Wife of former Premier League star arrested over 'sex with married police chief'  Mirror.co.uk

Claire Makel has been arrested on suspicion of public indecency after reports of her sleeping with superintendent Gareth Blair in a car park.

Awkward… Trump treads on Ireland’s borders - Metro Newspaper UK
Awkward… Trump treads on Ireland’s borders  Metro Newspaper UK

DONALD TRUMP risked causing a diplomatic upset after suggesting a border wall could be built in Ireland — similar to one he wants between the US and ...

Life sciences industry sounds warning over no-deal Brexit inaction - Telegraph.co.uk
Life sciences industry sounds warning over no-deal Brexit inaction  Telegraph.co.uk

The life sciences industry has warned that a lack of government guidance on plans to ensure a smooth flow of medicines into the UK under a no-deal Brexit is ...

Borders MP John Lamont backing Jeremy Hunt to replace Theresa May as Tory leader - The Southern Reporter
Borders MP John Lamont backing Jeremy Hunt to replace Theresa May as Tory leader  The Southern Reporter

Borders MP John Lamont is backing UK Government foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt's bid to be the next leader of the Conservative Party.

Facebook Unveils Plans For Its Own Cryptocurrency - HuffPost UK
Facebook Unveils Plans For Its Own Cryptocurrency  HuffPost UK

Facebook already rules daily communication for more than two billion people around the world. Now it wants its own currency, too. The social network unveiled ...

Peebles choir scale the high notes in support of mountain rescue charity - Peeblesshire News
Peebles choir scale the high notes in support of mountain rescue charity  Peeblesshire News

PEEBLES choir, InChorus, makes no secret of the fact that it loves to assist charities, and they have continued this tradition by collaborating with Tweed Valley ...

Who is still standing in the race to be UK prime minister? - Fox News
Who is still standing in the race to be UK prime minister?  Fox News

The contest to be Britain's next prime minister shrank to five candidates on Tuesday, with Boris Johnson bolstering his substantial lead in the second round of ...

You can be sure Eddie Jones has been on the phone to Joe Marler, says Dallaglio - The Rugby Paper
You can be sure Eddie Jones has been on the phone to Joe Marler, says Dallaglio  The Rugby Paper

England need Joe Marler to answer their call. News and opinion from The Rugby Paper - the UK's no.1 selling rugby title on sale every Sunday.

Refugee Week Marked With Art Exhibition Highlighting Global Migration - ArtLyst
Refugee Week Marked With Art Exhibition Highlighting Global Migration  ArtLyst

Sink Without Trace presents works by seventeen artists on the subject of migrant deaths at sea. The exhibition held during International Refugee Week includes ...

Nas and Swizz Beatz perform to A-listers at Spotify Beach at Cannes Lions festival - The List
Nas and Swizz Beatz perform to A-listers at Spotify Beach at Cannes Lions festival  The List

Nas performed a selection of his new and classic hits in front of a star-studded crowd at Spotify Beach at Cannes Lions festival on Tuesday (18.06.19). The US ...

FTA welcomes Leeds and Birmingham CAZ delay - HGV UK
FTA welcomes Leeds and Birmingham CAZ delay  HGV UK

The Freight Transport Association (FTA) has reacted to yesterday's statement by Leeds and Birmingham Councils, that they are delaying the start of their Clean ...

None Of The Men Battling To Be The UK's Next Prime Minister Have Said They Will Extend Abortion Rights To Northern Ireland - BuzzFeed
None Of The Men Battling To Be The UK's Next Prime Minister Have Said They Will Extend Abortion Rights To Northern Ireland  BuzzFeed

None of the six men who are standing to be the next prime minister of the United Kingdom have said they are in favour of changing the law to make abortion ...

Plans for £12million holiday cabins near Fort - The Oban Times
Plans for £12million holiday cabins near Fort  The Oban Times

A £12million holiday development would see 50 'eco-cabins' built in Leanachan Forest close to the slopes of Ben Nevis and Fort William. The project is a key ...

Council road workers in Borders to be balloted over possible strike action - The Southern Reporter
Council road workers in Borders to be balloted over possible strike action  The Southern Reporter

Council road workers in the Borders are being balloted on possible strike action over changes to their employment terms and conditions.

UK Dependencies Will Reveal Biz Owners To Stop Tax Havens - Law360
UK Dependencies Will Reveal Biz Owners To Stop Tax Havens  Law360

Crown dependencies Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man on Wednesday committed to making public the true owners of companies registered in their ...

Government publishes details of immigration advisory groups - GOV.UK
Government publishes details of immigration advisory groups  GOV.UK

The Home Office has today (Monday 17 June) published membership details of 5 advisory groups, established to deepen engagement between government ...

Where will your ‘X’ go this Thursday? - The Southern Reporter
Where will your ‘X’ go this Thursday?  The Southern Reporter

There's just a couple of days to go before Borderers head to the ballot box for the European Parliamentary Election. Polling stations will be open across the ...

Ivan Rogers: no deal is now the most likely Brexit outcome - Spectator.co.uk
Ivan Rogers: no deal is now the most likely Brexit outcome  Spectator.co.uk

We all know this is a great country. Sadly, it's one currently very poorly led by a political elite, some masquerading as non-elite, which has great difficulties ...

Three UK players selected for NBA's Basketball Without Borders Europe 2019 camp in Latvia - TalkBasket.net
Three UK players selected for NBA's Basketball Without Borders Europe 2019 camp in Latvia  TalkBasket.net

The National Basketball Association (NBA), the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) and the Latvia Basketball Association (LatvijasBasketbolaSavieniba) ...

Trump's U.K. visit a massive success -- despite media - WND.com
Trump's U.K. visit a massive success -- despite media  WND.com

President Trump recently came back from the United Kingdom, where Londoners were beaming with excitement, eager to greet the American president.

European elections result UK: Brexit Party STORMS to victory as Farage beats rivals - Express.co.uk
European elections result UK: Brexit Party STORMS to victory as Farage beats rivals  Express.co.uk

NIGEL Farage struck fear into the heart of the British political establishment as his Brexit Party stormed to victory in the European elections, gaining as much as ...

Turkey ‘weak’ says Tsipras as Nicosia hopes for EU action (Updated) - Cyprus Mail
Turkey ‘weak’ says Tsipras as Nicosia hopes for EU action (Updated)  Cyprus Mail

Turkey's activities in the region are an indication of its weakness and isolation, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said on Wednesday. Speaking on OPEN TV, ...

Hockey: Borders trio called up to Scotland - The Southern Reporter
Hockey: Borders trio called up to Scotland  The Southern Reporter

Three Borders players will be part of the Scottish Masters side competing in the Home Countries Tournament held in London this weekend.

Stephen Hendry, Kate Humble & Neil Oliver open Baillie Gifford Borders Book Festival on Thursday - Deadline News
Stephen Hendry, Kate Humble & Neil Oliver open Baillie Gifford Borders Book Festival on Thursday  Deadline News

A BOOK festival launching this week will host a number of celebrities across the four-day event in the Borders. The Baillie Gifford Borders Book Festival begins ...

NHS Borders defends spending record - BBC News
NHS Borders defends spending record  BBC News

A health board has defended its spending record after a council had to provide an extra £3.2m towards social care costs. Scottish Borders Council gave the extra ...

Revealed: UK government failing to tackle rise of serious air pollutant - The Guardian
Revealed: UK government failing to tackle rise of serious air pollutant  The Guardian

Investigation reveals no plan is in place to tackle increase in levels of agricultural ammonia, a gas contributing to thousands of deaths in UK alone.

New Play Written In Protest Against Borders Coming To Tristan Bates Theatre As Part Of The Camden Fringe - Broadway World
New Play Written In Protest Against Borders Coming To Tristan Bates Theatre As Part Of The Camden Fringe  Broadway World

Starbound Theatre and Lights Down Productions are delighted to announce their first co-production. 'The Net' by American Playwright Zoe Guzy-Sprague will ...

Fintech Future: China and the UK Strike Deal on Financial Services Investments - Crowdfund Insider
Fintech Future: China and the UK Strike Deal on Financial Services Investments  Crowdfund Insider

The Vice Premier of China, Hu Chunnhua, is visiting UK government officials this week. As part of the tour, the UK government has announced a series of.

Borders Taekwondo team enjoy success at Chang Ung Cup - The Southern Reporter
Borders Taekwondo team enjoy success at Chang Ung Cup  The Southern Reporter

Several Taekwondo pupils from the Borders entered the Chang Ung Cup – the UK's largest international competition and brought back a number of medals.

Theatre Deli Announce Beyond Borders Festival - Broadway World
Theatre Deli Announce Beyond Borders Festival  Broadway World

Theatre Deli announce festival celebrating the courage & creativity of refugees in the UK.

Billion dollar cocaine haul among the biggest in US history - Sky News
Billion dollar cocaine haul among the biggest in US history  Sky News

Two crew members are charged after the cocaine was found in shipping containers on the MSC Gayane in Philadelphia.

Tala CEO: How Facebook’s Libra Cryptocurrency Can Help Companies Scale - Yahoo Finance UK
Tala CEO: How Facebook’s Libra Cryptocurrency Can Help Companies Scale  Yahoo Finance UK

Facebook's ambitious plan to release its own cryptocurrency dubbed Libra has been met with an avalanche of concern from regulators worldwide.

Sir Michael Palin: ‘Immigration in this country has done an enormous amount of good’ - iNews
Sir Michael Palin: ‘Immigration in this country has done an enormous amount of good’  iNews

Sir Michael Palin is the most famous traveller since Gulliver. In a series of epic and widely loved TV documentaries, he has journeyed from the North Pole to ...

Exclusive: U.S. tells India it is mulling caps on H-1B visas to deter data rules - sources - Reuters UK
Exclusive: U.S. tells India it is mulling caps on H-1B visas to deter data rules - sources  Reuters UK

The United States has told India it is considering caps on H-1B work visas for nations that force foreign companies to store data locally, three sources with ...

Boris Johnson will be UK’s next leader and we’ll be mere bystanders as the blunderbuss fulfils his boyhood dre - The Irish Sun
Boris Johnson will be UK’s next leader and we’ll be mere bystanders as the blunderbuss fulfils his boyhood dre  The Irish Sun

BORIS Johnson may not turn out to be much of a leader but, like Winston Churchill, he'll write his own story and it's likely to be another bestselling half-true romp.

Migrants moved from Bosnian town to camp at former garbage dump - Reuters
Migrants moved from Bosnian town to camp at former garbage dump  Reuters

Up to 700 migrants from Asia and the Middle East who had been sleeping rough in the Bosnian town of Bihac have been moved to a camp on the site of a former ...

Fast times in fine weather for the competitors at Eyemouth Triathlon - The Southern Reporter
Fast times in fine weather for the competitors at Eyemouth Triathlon  The Southern Reporter

The 2019 Live Borders Triathlon Series continued in Eyemouth with the Sprint and Come & Tri events held on Sunday.

Cumbernauld biker killed in Borders crash - Cumbernauld News
Cumbernauld biker killed in Borders crash  Cumbernauld News

A biker who was killed in a crash in the Borders has been named by police as Jackie Kennedy from Cumbernauld.

Public transport in the United Kingdom: What can we learn? - MassTransitMag.com
Public transport in the United Kingdom: What can we learn?  MassTransitMag.com

From allowing private transport companies to create public bus routes to contracting out more *service* to eliminating cash as a payment option, there is much to ...

Angelina Jolie Has a New Job: Contributing Editor for Time - E! Online
Angelina Jolie Has a New Job: Contributing Editor for Time  E! Online

The actress will cover a variety of topics in her pieces, including displacement, conflict and human rights.

Motorcyclist hurt in crash which closed A68 for two hours - The Southern Reporter
Motorcyclist hurt in crash which closed A68 for two hours  The Southern Reporter

A female motorcyclist was taken to hospital after an accident south of Carter Bar last night.

Castell Howell Foods banks on Mercedes-Benz Ategos - Tina Massey
Castell Howell Foods banks on Mercedes-Benz Ategos  Tina Massey

Cross Hands, Carmarthenshire, UK: Castell Howell Foods has taken delivery of 16 new Atego 12-tonners. Castell Howell Foods' fleet of more than 100 trucks ...

Ethiopia apologises for map that erases Somalia - BBC News
Ethiopia apologises for map that erases Somalia  BBC News

It appeared on the foreign ministry website, showing its neighbour incorporated within its borders.

Trust appealing for cash for replacement for stolen memorial to Borders poet near Hawick - The Southern Reporter
Trust appealing for cash for replacement for stolen memorial to Borders poet near Hawick  The Southern Reporter

A monument to Borders poet Will Henry Ogilvie stolen almost three years ago could soon be replaced with an exact replica, thanks to admirers of his here and in ...

Venezuela plans to reopen borders with Colombia - CNN
Venezuela plans to reopen borders with Colombia  CNN

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro announced that he plans to reopen the country's borders with Colombia on Saturday.

Decision expected before year is out on future of Borders’ public toilets - The Southern Reporter
Decision expected before year is out on future of Borders’ public toilets  The Southern Reporter

The fate of the region's public conveniences is expected to be decided before the year is out.

'No Borders' Collie: Voters tweet dogs to spread pro-EU sentiment - E&T Magazine
'No Borders' Collie: Voters tweet dogs to spread pro-EU sentiment  E&T Magazine

According to E&T's analysis of Twitter activity, pro-EU voters are harnessing the #dogsatpollingstations hashtag in an attempt to drum up support for political ...

IT systems to run UK borders 'may not be ready for no-deal Brexit' - The Guardian
IT systems to run UK borders 'may not be ready for no-deal Brexit'  The Guardian

Six out of eight critical IT systems required to allow the UK's borders to function under a no-deal Brexit are in danger of not being ready, Whitehall's spending ...

 
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