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Servicemen and women who fought and died for their country were honoured in Galashiels today.
Crowds gathered to pay tribute, and lay tributes at the memorial beneath the clock tower:
Police Scotland are appealing for witnesses after a break-in at a petrol station in Galashiels.
It happened at around 3:45am on Thursday 5 November.
Four people dressed in black clothing broke into the Esso station in Melrose Road and stole a large quantity of cigarettes:
We are keen to speak to anyone who can assist us to trace those responsible for this incident.
Anyone with information is asked to contact us on 101 or via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111."
Police in the Scottish Borders are appealing for witnesses, after a man was attacked in a pub toilet.
The incident happened on Saturday 31 October, at around 9pm at the Glue Pot on Overhaugh Street in Galashiels.
A 25-year-old man went to the toilet in the pub, where he began a conversation with another man.
The other man then attacked him, and the victim fell to the ground before members of the public intervened in order to separate them.
The victim was then taken to the Borders General Hospital by the Scottish Ambulance Service, where he was treated for a head injury and discharged.
The suspect left the premises after the attack and police are keen to speak with anyone who has information, especially those who helped break-up the altercation.
We are pursuing various lines of inquiry in relation to this incident which, at present, appears to have been a completely unprovoked attack.
I urge anyone who was in the pub on Saturday and who has information that can assist us to contact police on 101 or speak to the registered charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111."
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The funeral of a Galashiels man who died falling from a balcony at a Spanish hotel takes place today.
Malky Weir had been celebrating his 50th birthday in Puerto Rico, Gran Canaria, on Thursday, September 10 when the tragedy happened.
It is understood the painter and decorator lost his footing as he tried to get into the hotel room after being locked out.
After his wife Liz revealed they might not be covered by their insurance policy, the community of his home town of Galashiels, rallied round and raised £6,000 to fly home his body.
The burial will take place at Heatheryett Cemetery in Galashiels at 10.45a.m.
A Galashiels couple have returned home, after the train they were travelling on in India derailed.
Two other British tourists died in the accident.
Ian and Helen Calder took this photograph moments before the train derailed:
A Galashiels couple on board an Indian train that derailed say they are thankful to be back home after the ordeal.
Ian and Helen Calder were on the trip of a lifetime when the train they were travelling on came off the tracks.
Two British women died and others were injured.
There was 15 of us in that carriage, most of them were catapulted out their seats, were flying in all directions. Some left the train out the windows.
One gentleman that was travelling next to us, he went up in the air and Ian managed to catch him as he was going out the window and I grabbed hold of him as well, and we managed to pull him back onto our knee.
He certainly saved us I think because the weight of him on top of us held us but he sustained quite serious head injuries. We are very thankful, very lucky to be home."
Pub owners Ian and Helen Calder were treated in two hospitals after the accident, which killed two British tourists.Read the full story ›