Jedburgh, Scotland Newswire

Jedburgh, Scotland Newswire

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  1. Jedburgh cowshed distillery gin to flow in new yearRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | BBC News

    A new gin distillery in the Borders - built in a converted cowshed - is to start production early in the new year. It comes ahead of a number proposals, which are at various stages of the planning process, to open the region's first whisky distillery since 1837.

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  2. Jedburgh celebrates Christmas with a wonderful winter festivalRead the original story

    Monday Dec 5 | Borders Today

    Families flocked to Jedburgh's winter festival to welcome Santa's Christmas parade and enjoy the unveiling of the town's new lights on Friday evening. Now in its third year in its current guise, the event, organised by the town's Rotary Club, Community Council, Jed Traders Association and Jedburgh Grammar School, saw hundreds of families flock to the Square for the arrival of Santa and the Christmas parade.

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  3. Pensioner banned from keeping petsRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 30 | Borders Today

    A pensioner has been banned from keeping pets for five years over what a Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals inspector described as one of the worst cases of neglect she'd ever seen. James McLelland, 67, of Deanhead Drive, Eyemouth, allowed his dog Trixie to become covered in fleas, skin conditions, sores and suffer a loss of hair.

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  4. Harry the Viking ready for Kelso raidRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 26 | Sunday Herald

    ALL roads lead to Kelso a week today when the Persimmon Homes Scottish Borders National is the feature race on a cracking card worth A 96,000. It promises to be an emotional occasion for trainer Sandy Thomson and owner Jim Beaumont, who lost the gallant Neptune Equester in February just two months after he scooped the Roxburgh track's marathon for the second year in a row.

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  5. Tragedy sparks call for action to cut death toll on A698 near HawickRead the original story

    Friday Nov 25 | Hawick Today

    A Scottish Government minister is being urged to sanction a road safety review after a young Hawick man became the third person from the town to die on the same 10-mile stretch of the A698 in just 18 months. Former Hawick High School pupil Leon Ali, 24, of Laing Terrace, died after his car collided with a van near Knowesouth Steading on the Jedburgh-to-Denholm road last Saturday night.

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  6. Women's Health Rehabilitation Products Market to Cross US$ 4 Billion by 2024Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 25 | SBWire

    How Big is the Women's Health Rehabilitation Products Market? The women's health rehabilitation products market is expected to exceed more than US$ 4 Billion by 2024; Growing at a CAGR of around 5% in the given forecast period. Download Free Sample Report: In the most recent couple of years, the frequency of constant diseases has significantly expanded among ladies.

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  7. Hawick athlete Leon Ali, 24, killed in Denholm crashRead the original story

    Monday Nov 21 | Borders Today

    Leon Ali, 24, of Burnfoot, died after his car collided with a van near Knowesouth Steading on the A698 Jedburgh-to-Denholm road. His coach Che Campbell took to social media yesterday to pay tribute to Leon and said: "You were a hero, mate, and the world is a worse place without you.

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  8. Driver killed in crash near DenholmRead the original story

    Monday Nov 21 | Borders Today

    The 24-year-old, who is still to be named by police, was driving a Ford Focus which collided with a Renault Traffic van on the A968 Jedburgh to Denholm road near Knowesouth Steading at 9.20pm. Officers are now keen to hear from anyone who witnessed the collision or who was on the road around that time.

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  9. Delays won't dash plans for tapestry centre in Borders, councillors toldRead the original story

    Monday Nov 21 | Borders Today

    The latest hold-up to hit moves to create a permanent home for the Great Tapestry of Scotland in the Borders won't put the region at risk of losing out on the attraction, councillors have been told. That assurance was given at the full meeting of Scottish Borders Council this month that had been due to decide whether the giant artwork should be put on display at Tweedbank Industrial Estate or in Galashiels High Street.

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  10. Borderers set to pay their respects to fallen heroesRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 10 | Borders Today

    This Sunday, Borderers will pay tribute to those who have lost their lives in wars over the last 100 years by taking part in parades and services organised by the Royal British Legion Scotland and churches. Members of the armed forces, veterans, reserves and various cadet groups will wear their uniforms with pride, alongside youth organisations such as the scouts, Boys' Brigade, brownies and girl guides.

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  11. Roadworks set to close A68 this weekendRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 10 | Borders Today

    The temporary traffic lights, which have been in place since the road was damaged in floods earlier this year, will be removed once these works have been completed. A spokesman from road operator AMEY said: "This maintenance programme will benefit around 1068,000 vehicles that use this route each day; by ensuring improved driving conditions and a reduction in future maintenance requirements.

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  12. Crash driver alleged to have been using mobileRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 10 | Berwickshire News

    A motorist has been accused of causing a road accident on the A7 in the Borders while using a mobile phone, leaving a woman seriously injured. Robbie Pringle, 20, of Mill Court in Stow, pleaded not guilty at Selkirk Sheriff Court on Monday to a charge of dangerous driving near Bowland, north of Galashiels, on Friday, April 29. It is alleged that he drove a vehicle while operating a mobile telephone, causing it to cross the centre line of the roadway, entering the opposite carriageway and colliding with a car driven by Iona Ivalo.

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  13. A Psychic Goat Predicts the 2016 U.S. Presidential ElectionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 8 | WJBQ-FM Portland

    It's finally here, Election Day 2016! Will it be Trump or Hillary? The polls have been pretty close but let's see what Boots the Goat has to say about it. Boots, who lives on a farm in the town of Jedburgh, Scotland, was taught by animal trainer Sue Zacharias to predict the future.

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  14. This Really Dependable 'Psychic' Scottish Goat Predicted Who Will Win the ElectionRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 7, 2016 | Time

    As sophisticated pollsters forecast the outcome of the 2016 election, meanwhile a "psychic" goat has wordlessly weighed in with its own prediction. "Boots," a thoughtful three-year-old Golden Guernsey hailing from Jedburgh Scotland recently made this very low-key prediction of the ultimate people's choice by biting the sign marked "Clinton" for the win, according to Scotland newspaper The Scotsman .

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  15. Decision on home for Great Tapestry of Scotland now set to be made next monthRead the original story

    Nov 7, 2016 | Borders Today

    A decision on whether or not to create a permanent home for the Great Tapestry of Scotland in Galashiels is now set to be made in December. Scottish Borders councillors were originally due to choose in September whether to try to press ahead with their original plan to site a tapestry visitor centre in Tweedbank, ditch that proposal in favour of a town centre location in Galashiels or pull the plug on the project altogether.

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  16. Denholm death-crash accused granted bailRead the original story

    Nov 3, 2016 | Berwickshire News

    Roddy Graham, 27, of Denholm, was charged with the offence following a crash on the A698 road near the village on Thursday, February 11. He appeared in private at Jedburgh Sheriff Court on Monday but made no plea or declaration, and the case was continued for further examination. Kirsty Parker, 34, also of Denholm, died at the scene of the collision with a Peugeot 207 at around 4.15pm.

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  17. Contemporary music masterclassRead the original story

    Nov 1, 2016 | Berwickshire News

    High school pupils in the region have been introduced to the world of contemporary music that blends DJ turntable skills with a classical orchestra. The Masterworks initiative involved Scottish Chamber Orchestra musicians working with pupils from Eyemouth, Kelso, Jedburgh, Galashiels and Hawick high schools to develop their composition skills and create original works.

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  18. Blondie tribute act gig-goer targeted by sex attacker after getting into car she mistook for taxiRead the original story

    Oct 25, 2016 | Borders Today

    Two concert-goers were sexually harassed, and one of them sexually assaulted, after they got into a car they mistook for a taxi after a town hall gig at the weekend. The two women were targeted while heading home after watching Dirty Harry, a Blondie tribute act, at Jedburgh Town Hall on Saturday night, October 22. The Edinburgh band's 10-a-ticket show, organised by Jed-Forest Rugby Club, finished at about midnight, and the pair then left the Abbey Place venue in search of a taxi.

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  19. Appeal after woman sexually assaulted in bogus taxiRead the original story

    Oct 24, 2016 | Borders Today

    Borders Police are appealing for witnesses after two women were sexually harassed and one of them sexually assaulted in a car near Jedburgh in the early hours of Sunday. During the journey the driver and a male passenger made sexual comments to the women and one of them was also sexually assaulted.

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  20. Woman sexually assaulted in bogus taxiRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 24, 2016 | BBC News

    A woman was sexually assaulted and her friend sexually harassed after getting into a bogus taxi after a night out in the Borders. The women got into a dark-coloured four-door car after a function at Jedburgh Town Hall at about midnight on Saturday.

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