Newtown St Boswells


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Newtown St Boswells

a village in SE Scotland, administrative centre of Scottish Borders: agricultural centre. Pop.: 1199 (2001)
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The woman, who had gone to live at the flat of the 35-year-old in Newtown St Boswells after the death of her mother, was raped, beaten, starved, chained up naked and, on one occasion, set on fire.
The court heard that the woman moved into Mercer's house in the Borders town of Newtown St Boswells in November last year.
HOLDERS Edinburgh & Leith got off to a winning start when they launched the defence of their Counties Bowls Championship with a 16-6 victory over Borders at Newtown St Boswells yesterday.
Lesley was a teacher at Loftus Primary and had previously taught at schools in Melrose and Newtown St Boswells in the Borders.
It is understood he and his friends had been at a house in the village of Newtown St Boswells, Roxburghshire.
FOUR householders were evacuated after a mortar shell was dug up in a garden in Glenburn Avenue, in Newtown St Boswells, in the Borders.
Keown, of Hawick, Roxburghshire, admitted embezzling pounds 25,000 at the bank's Newtown St Boswells branch between March 2004 and February 2009.
Audrey Watson, Newtown St Boswells A Original first name Boris, he was born on November 28, 1949 on the island of Sakhalin off the coast of Siberia and was raised in Riga, Latvia.
Sheena Allan, 73, and 79-year-old Alison Wood, both of Ancrum, Roxburghshire, died after the Honda Jazz they were in had head-on smash with a van on the southbound A68 at Newtown St Boswells on Wednesday.
And in the Borders, two people died in a crash on the A68 at Newtown St Boswells around 3pm.
Gillespie's solicitor, Mark Harrower, told Selkirk Sheriff Court his client, an alcoholic, of Newtown St Boswells, had been targeted by teenagers in the town.