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The Week in Pictures: 16th to 22nd February

A selection of the best photographs and images from the Border region this week. From 16th to 22nd February.

A 57 ft long Fin Whale, believed to be around 15 years old, was found washed up on Carsluith beach near Newton Stewart. Credit: ITV News Border
The Fin Whale was still alive when it was found but was left stranded by the tide and did not survive. Credit: ITV News Border
The sun setting at Derwentwater in Keswick on Sunday, 17th February. Credit: Fay Plaskett
The A76 at Sanquhar was closed after a lorry carrying glue overturned, covering around 400 metres of road in the sticky substance. Credit: Bob Geddes
Katelyn McAleavy, aged 8, from Whitehaven is in desperate need of a heart transplant and has been given only months to live. Credit: ITV News Border
A statue commemorating the life of legendary rugby commentator Bill McLaren, was unveiled in his hometown of Hawick. Credit: ITV News Border
Rowan Rychel was given an award by Lothian and Borders Police for dialling 999 aged just two, when her mother collapsed and fell unconscious Credit: ITV News Border
Chris Cooper from Cumbrian firm Caterlite, launched a new food labelling highlighting that all their meat is sourced locally. Credit: ITV News Border
A 1,500 strong petition calling for the de-trunking of the A69 was handed over to Carlisle MP John Stevenson to present to parliament. Credit: ITV News Border

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