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River Tweed's growing island threat

People are trying to get a gravel island that's grown on the River Tweed removed. It's thought that if it continues to grow it could cause trees on the bank to fall, which may damage Tweed bridge.

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Residents channel thoughts on Tweed island

The River Tweed is 97 miles long and flows primarily through the Scottish Borders Credit: PA

Locals in Peebles are becoming concerned about what to do about an island that has formed naturally in the River Tweed.

Some people are calling for the Tweed island to be removed - but others say it's a part of nature and removing it would be detrimental to wildlife.

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