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Memorial service for Stow eco-architect

Iver Salvesen

A MEMORIAL service will take place on Friday for a pioneering eco-architect from the Borders who died in Africa last week.

9:11am Tuesday 26 July 2016

Star Trek Beyond flies high during its opening weekend as it tops US box office

Star Trek Beyond flies high during its opening weekend as it tops US box office

The third film in the rebooted Star Trek series has hit the top spot in the US box office charts days after opening.

9:07am Tuesday 26 July 2016

Dunfermline Women's Aid worker faces being struck off

The hearing will take place at the Scottish Social Services Council in Dundee

A DUNFERMLINE Women's Aid worker faces being struck off after allegedly calling another woman a “slut”, “psychotic” and a “bad mother”.

8:54am Tuesday 26 July 2016

Mauricio Pochettino says he is happy at Tottenham following Argentina link

Mauricio Pochettino is happy at Tottenham

Mauricio Pochettino insists he is happy at Tottenham following speculation linking him with the vacant Argentina job.

8:36am Tuesday 26 July 2016

Melrose OAP fined after attacking neighbour's door with a crowbar

Melrose OAP fined after attacking neighbour's door with a crowbar

A MELROSE pensioner has admitted attacking a neighbour's door with a crowbar.

8:15am Tuesday 26 July 2016

Competition watchdog orders sale of 350-400 shops before Ladbrokes/Coral merger

The proposed merger between Ladbrokes and Coral would create Britain's biggest bookmaker with around 4,000 betting shops

Ladbrokes and Coral must offload 350 to 400 high street stores as a condition of their proposed £2.3 billion merger, the Competition and Markets Authority has said.

8:08am Tuesday 26 July 2016

Bold vision for Fife's rail network unveiled

A NATIONAL rail pressure group has thrown their weight behind calls to re-open train links between Alloa and Dunfermline.

8:01am Tuesday 26 July 2016

We're wrong to think 1980s is all about Thatcher, says TV historian Dominic Sandbrook

We're wrong to think 1980s is all about Thatcher, says TV historian Dominic Sandbrook

Thatcher or no Thatcher, Dominic Sandbrook thinks shoulder pads and coal mine closures were coming anyway.

7:42am Tuesday 26 July 2016

Let my son come home, pleads mother of Briton held for 'trying to shoot Trump'

Michael Sandford was said to have tried to grab a policeman's gun in an attempt to kill Donald Trump

The mother of a Briton accused of trying to grab a policeman's gun in a bid to kill Donald Trump has pleaded for her son's return to the UK after he was placed on suicide watch in prison.

7:38am Tuesday 26 July 2016

Court to hear challenge over Jeremy Corbyn's place on Labour leadership ballot

Michael Foster is challenging the Labour Party's decision that Jeremy Corbyn's name can be on leadership ballot papers

A legal action aimed at overturning the Labour Party's decision to guarantee Jeremy Corbyn a place on the leadership ballot is due to get under way.

7:38am Tuesday 26 July 2016
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