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Three arrests in immigration takeaway raid

A takeaway boss from Hawick is facing a fine of up £60,000 after immigration enforcement officers arrested three workers during a swoop on his premises.

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Hawick mum fined after row with neighbour

Hawick mum fined after row with neighbour

A Hawick woman who admitted behaving in a threatening or abusive manner during a row with her neighbours has been fined £80 at Jedburgh Sheriff Court.

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Hawick councillor Clair Ramage outside Hawick High School.

Parents threatening to boycott Hawick High School

Some Hawick parents are threatening to send their children to school elsewhere rather than enrol them at Hawick High School this autumn.

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British Transport Police are supporting the campaign to tackle knife crime.

Transport police take campaign to tackle knife crime on to our railways

British Transport Police officers in Scotland are supporting a national week of action tackling knife crime.

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Hawick man denies dog lead assault

Hawick man denies dog lead assault

A 24-year-old will stand trial at Jedburgh Sheriff Court on a charge of assaulting a former partner by hitting her buttocks with a dog lead at his Burnfoot Road home in Hawick on December 7.

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The alleged incidents took place in Burnfoot

Hawick teen denies pool cue sex attacks

A Hawick teenager has been accused of sexually assaulting four females with a pool cue.

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Wood appeared at Selkirk Sheriff Court.

Hawick man admits racist remarks

A man has appeared from custody at Selkirk Sheriff Court and admitted causing a disturbance at his mother’s home during the early hours of the morning.

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McIntyre had �8000 of Ecstasy pills

Hawick man admits £13,500 drugs stash

A Hawick man found with controlled drugs valued at £13,500 will be sentenced next month.

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Hawick man denies stalking his ex

Hawick man denies stalking his ex

A man has been accused of stalking a former partner and her new boyfriend.

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Hawick woman denies £37,000 benefit fraud

Hawick woman denies £37,000 benefit fraud

A woman has been accused of receiving £37,000 in benefits she was not entitled to.

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Hawick man denies New Year police struggle

Hawick man denies New Year police struggle

A Hawick man has appeared from custody at Selkirk Sheriff Court charged with being involved in a domestic-related disturbance on New Year’s Day.

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Pic: Phil Wilkinson

Man behind bars after ignoring Scotland ban

A 28-year-old man banned from entering Scotland over the festive period is behind bars after failing to comply with that court order.

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Hawick man ordered to stay out of Scotland

Hawick man ordered to stay out of Scotland

A 27-year-old man has been banned from entering Scotland until the outcome of his case after he admitted threatening to kill his former partner.

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Hawick's James Wilson statue.

Fingertip search for Hawick police after statue damaged

A statue of the Hawick-born founder of the Economist magazine has been damaged just months after arriving back in his home town.

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Lee will stand trial at Jedburgh Sheriff Court

Hawick man accused of assaulting partner

A man has been accused of assaulting his partner on three occasions.

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Hawick pair deny posting intimate video of woman on social media

Hawick pair deny posting intimate video of woman on social media

A man and woman have been accused of posting a film on social media showing another woman in an intimate situation.

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Hawick High School

Drunk found inside Hawick High School

A drunk was found lying asleep in a corridor at Hawick High School following a night out, Jedburgh Sheriff Court has been told.

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The incident took place at Morrisons supermarket in Hawick.

Hawick man admits threatening 16-year-old

A 37-year-old man has admitted threatening a schoolboy with violence.

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Hawick councillor Clair Ramage outside Hawick High School.

Police patrol Hawick High School to help tackle trouble

Police officers and extra support staff are patrolling the corridors and classrooms of Hawick High School in a bid to stem a recent rise in unruly behaviour.

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Borders drug users face danger from deadly laced heroin

Borders drug users face danger from deadly laced heroin

Concerns over the safety of heroin users have been raised after a “small but concerning” number of them were admitted to the Borders General Hospital over the weekend.

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