Another seven people have been arrested in the biggest anti-drugs campaign in the Borders for more than 5 years.
It brings the total number of arrests to 38, with quantities of heroin and other drugs being seized from properties.
Police have raided homes in Earlston, Hawick and Galashiels in the last week.
The campaign, named Operation Goal, is aimed at targeting street level drug dealers.
A new centre offering support to people with autism has been opened in the Scottish Borders. The service, which is the first of its kind in the region, is based in Galashiels.
Kathryn Samson sent this report for ITV Border:
A new autism support service has opened in the Scottish Borders. It's the first of its kind in the area.
MSP Christine Grahame officially opened the centre which ill provide specialist care for those with autism in the Borders.
A new support service for those with autism has been launched in the Scottish Borders.
Autism Initiatives is the first service of its kind in the area and will offer specialist services.
The Borders Common Riding Season continued today with the annual Festival in Jedburgh.
Hundreds of horses and riders take part in the celebration, which is steeped in history and tradition.
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It's a tradition unique to the scottish borders and the common riding season has wound it's way round to Duns and Annan today. No english invaders were spotted on the ritual patrolling of either town's boundaries this morning, so the festivities could get underway in earnest.
The ridings are a festival of civic pride dating back hundreds of years to the times of the reivers. These days the common riding is a chance to celebrate with friends.
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