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The Week in Pictures

A selection of the best photographs and images from the Border region this week.

In an historic vote Cumbria County Council decided it would not allow an underground nuclear waste store to be built in the county. Credit: ITV News Border
Hundreds of protestors both for and against an underground nuclear waste store demonstrated outside the county council meeting in Carlisle. Credit: ITV News Border
The Scottish Government agreed to change the question in next year's independence referendum after concerns it could be biased. Credit: ITV News Border
Women in the Berwick area met health chiefs to tell them what sort of maternity services they want in future. Credit: ITV News Border
First Trans Pennine Express has announced more services will stop in Lockerbie each day from May 2014. Credit: ITV News Border
Walkers in Hawick have become friendly with a wild otter but wildlife experts are warning against it. Credit: ITV News Border
Final talks have been taking place to decide the fate of costume museum, Shambellie House, in Dumfries and Galloway. Credit: ITV News Border
Organisers of Border City Steam Fair say its future is in doubt after Carlisle City Council's decision to prevent it using the city's park. Credit: ITV News Border

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