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Residents in a town in the Scottish Borders say they're determined to to bring their High Street back to life. Representatives of the community in Hawick have been meeting with the local authority to decide how to restore their run down shopping precinct. Matthew Taylor's full report
Police are investigating after an 88 year old woman was hit by a car in the Scottish Borders. Williamina Elizabeth Scott was walking across Market Square, Duns, at 11.40am on Friday (April 18) when she was struck by a blue Seat Ibiza car.She later died in hospital. Police are looking for witnesses.
An air ambulance crew has rescued a woman to hospital from one of the Lake District's highest peaks.
The woman broke her arm after a fall at the summit of Great Gable.
A crew from the The Great North Air Ambulance Service flew her to a waiting ambulance, and she was then taken to hospital.
A woman who broke her arm after falling on one of the Lake District's highest peaks has been rescued by helicopter.
The Great North Air Ambulance flew the woman off the summit of Great Gable to an ambulance. She was then taken to hospital. It happened yesterday afternoon (April 19).
A 43 year old father remains in a critical condition in hospital following a collision over the Bank Holiday weekend. His three children and his 43 year old wife were also injured in the crash but not as seriously. It happened on the A66 near Threkeld in the Lake District on Saturday (April 19).
Two people had to be cut free from their car after an accident in Dumfries and Galloway.
Firefighters were called to a collision involving two vehicles at 23.23 last night (April 19) on the A701 at Moffat.
They were at the scene for half an hour as they released two people from one of the cars.
The Moot Hall in the centre of Brampton's been reopened as a visotors centre.
The historic hall that dates back to 1817 now has new computer and wifi that visitors can use.
As part of the opening, there is a display of Documents and photographs from the archives.
It had been run as a tourist information centre but the facility is now funded by Brampton parish council and run solely by three dozen volunteers.
Police in West Cumbria are appealing for information about a car following a robbery with a knife in Silloth.
It happened on Thursday afternoon (April 17) at the Cumberland Building Society on Station Road.
Staff were allegedly threatened with a knife and a quantity of cash was stolen.
Police say the offender then ran off but may have then got into a car.
They want to trace the movements of a blue Ford Focus, registration number V647KOX, shortly after the robbery took place.
Four people have been questioned by police in connection with the incident. One of them has now been released without charge.