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The Week In Pictures

A selection of the best photographs and images from the Border region this week. Photo: ITV News Border

A selection of the best photographs and images from the Border region this week. From 11th to 17th March.

A trailer carrying a trailer load of hay overturned on a Carlisle roundabout, blocking the city bypass Credit: ITV News Border
The over turned tractor and trailer blocked the road as hay bales scattered across the roundabout Credit: ITV News Border
Eight-year-old Ivan Burt-Smith from Selkirk, swam the distance of the English Channel, to raise funds for his local Scout Hall Credit: ITV News Border
Thirlestane Castle in the Scottish Borders was forced to close, after the discovery of a serious outbreak of dry rot. Credit: ITV News Border
It was announced that the number of birds of prey poisoned in Scotland last year fell 'significantly'. Credit: ITV News Border
The election of the new Pope was widely welcomed within the Catholic Church. Credit: ITV News Border
Work has began in Moffat on a £600,000 refurbishment scheme to spruce up the town hall. Credit: ITV News Border
The family who own Westmoreland limited announced plans to build a new £40m service station in Gloucester Credit: ITV News Border

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