A Wester Ross woman who suspected her boyfriend of cheating on her confronted him in a car park.
Social workers said their intervention would not help a former gamekeeper, but a sheriff disagreed.
A 23-year-old Alness woman who has over 30 convictions for nuisance calling to the emergency services made several more whilst on bail.
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The man will be sentenced on September 14 after changing his plea to guilty during his jury trial at Inverness this week.
The player was arrested just months after he won a player of the year trophy.
A THIEF’S choice of clothing led to him being arrested for a second break-in while in court for a similar offence.
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A Ross-shire teenager who stabbed two men in a dispute over an unpaid debt was found guilty by a jury's majority verdict after a four-day trial.
A drug addict who struggled to comply with a treatment and testing order after a promising start asked to be jailed.
A man who funded his gambling debt by stealing thousands of pounds worth of goods and selling them cheap was told: "You are very close to prison"
Police who were called to a one-vehicle collision on the A82 Inverness to Drumnadrochit road found a drunk man behind the wheel when they arrived.
A teenager accused of a double stabbing denied he had borrowed £1000 from one of his alleged victims when they lived in the same accommodation.
Music tuition fees for youngsters are to be waived in the next academic year.
A fall-out between friends over a £1000 debt led to a double stabbing in a Wester Ross fishing village last summer.
A sheriff sympathised with an addict who she released from prison to be assessed for a drug treatment and testing order.
Drive-in fun at a transport cafe provided a welcome boost for Highland Hospice.
A Ross-shire motorist braked sharply while negotiating a junction and it ultimately cost him his driving licence for two years.
A Ross-shire man gave up drugs after his partner found out he was using cocaine on a recreational basis, Inverness Sheriff Court was told.
An offshore worker who came to the Highlands for a short break with his partner was arrested for abusive behaviour towards her in a city centre hotel.