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The Week in Pictures: 23rd February to 1st March

A selection of the best photographs and images from the Border region this week. From 23rd February to 1st March.

The 'Star of Caledonia' sculpture, to be built on the Scotland/England border at Gretna, was given the go-ahead.
The 'Star of Caledonia' will coast £4.8 million and could be completed by next year.
A tractor carrying a load of manure overturned in Longtown, Cumbria, closing the road for more than an hour. Credit: John Jeffay
Meet Hettie Moo - the cow that thinks she's a horse. Credit: ITV News Border
Belted Galloway Hettie gives horses a run for their money, carriage driving in the Borders. Credit: ITV News Border
Rock the House - Alice Cooper joins MPs to launch a competition, which promotes musical talent from our local constituencies. Credit: ITV News Border
The last spent fuel rod left the Champelcross site, meaning it is now completely fuel-free. Credit: ITV News Border
Staff and dogs from Dumfries and Galloway Canine Rescue held a party to celebrate their 10th birthday. Credit: ITV News Border
Comics to Marvel at in the Lake District - artist Stan Lee's heroic work goes on display in Keswick. Credit: ITV News Border
Members of Brigham Methodist church community raised more than £120,000 to renovate the church. Credit: ITV News Border
Giocopazzi's super scoop - the Eyemouth firm's chocolate fudge brownie ice cream has just been judged Britain's best. Credit: ITV News Border

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