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Hawick Royal Albert Football Club are a Scottish football club who play home matches in the town of Hawick but who train in, and source all of their players from, the Lothians. The club was founded in 1947 and competes in the East of Scotland Football League.
Hawick Rugby Football Club is an amateur rugby union side, currently playing in the Scottish Premiership and Border League. The club was founded in 1873 and are based at Mansfield Park at Hawick in the Scottish Borders.
Hawick HOYK; Scots: Haaick, Scottish Gaelic: Hamhaig) is a town in the Scottish Borders council area and historic county of Roxburghshire in the east Southern Uplands of Scotland. It is 10.0 miles (16.1 km) south-west of Jedburgh and 8.9 miles (14.3 km) south-southeast of Selkirk.
Hawick Burghs was a district of burghs constituency of the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom from 1868 until 1918. It consisted of the Roxburghshire burgh of Hawick and the Selkirkshire burghs of Galashiels and Selkirk.
Hawick Lau is a Hong Kong Chinese actor and singer. He is one of the 5 Fresh Tigers, best known for his performances in TVB series A Kindred Spirit (1995), Virtues of Harmony (2001) and My Family (2005).
Hawick railway station was a railway station that served the town of Hawick, Scottish Borders, Scotland from 1849 to 1969 on the Waverley Line.
Hawick High School is a non-denominational secondary school in Hawick, in the Scottish Borders. As well as serving the town, it also takes in pupils from as far away as Newcastleton.
Hawick television relay station is a relay transmitter of Selkirk, situated on top of the Miller's Knowes, in Hawick, covering the whole of the town. It is especially used by people north of the Teviot who cannot receive transmissions from Selkirk.
Hawick News is a tabloid newspaper that covers the area of Hawick, one of the larger towns in the Scottish Borders. It includes local news, politics, and sport.
Ministerial by-elections to the Parliament of the United Kingdom at Westminster and its predecessor, the Parliament of Great Britain, were held from 1707 to the 1920s when a member of parliament was appointed as a minister in the government. Unlike most Westminster by-elections, ministerial by-elections were often a formality, uncontested by opposition parties.
The Hawick's Rugby team activities page. Related with social media posts of Hawick's games and scheduled events. Match records planned for future dates as well as home and away matches. Plan a trip and experience the excitement of the match on the spot!