Sandy McCracken reports on an historic relic which was thought to be lost, which gives an insight into life in the south of Scotland 700 years ago. Plus - we check out the Borders' new open-top bus service for sightseers, and Fiona Armstrong reports on the centenary of the Scottish Women's Institute.
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The first stage consultation on the move of Edinburgh Woollen Mill's headquarters out of Scotland, is drawing to a close.
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Projects created to 'reinvigorate the south of Scotland’s economy and stimulate inclusive growth', have received £7.7million funding.