A man who assaulted his partner at a house in Conon and was later found in possession of cocaine and steroids has been jailed for three months.
POLICE recovered cannabis plants with a potential value of £63,900 from the loft of a house in Inverness.
Threats to harm their families were made to girls by a man demanding they send him pictures of themselves, Inverness Sheriff Court has been told.
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A man who made threats to kill has been made subject to additional restrictions.
A 26-year-old Wester Ross man was given a warning that he would be jailed if he failed to complete a community payback order.
One of Scotland's top microbiologists has criticised including the Highlands in the blanket countrywide raft of new coronavirus restrictions.
A GOLF professional who bought his own golf course and then pocketed over £150,000 in VAT has been jailed for 15 months.
A driver was fined £400 and had his licence endorsed after failing to observe the speed restriction on his vehicle on a stretch of Easter Ross road.
A WOMAN who caused a disturbance outside a house in Kyle of Lochalsh has been fined £210 at Inverness Sheriff Court.
A DRUNK man walked into two Ross-shire supermarkets to buy more alcohol, but stole some when refused.
A Ross-shire man who attempted to murder a former partner assaulted his new girlfriend in a 'terrifying' attack in their Dingwall home.
POLICE who called at a Balintore man’s home on a routine enquiry were greeted with an ‘overwhelming’ smell of cannabis, a court heard.
A ROSS man has appeared at Inverness Sheriff Court facing 10 charges, including abduction with assault to injury and danger of life and road offences.
Highland Council advises parents to see that their children wear extra clothing to school as part of a strategy to combat Covid-19.
A 36 year old "attempted murder" victim was fined £240 at Inverness Sheriff Court following an unrelated fight in a Dingwall pub.
SPECULATION is growing that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Scotland holiday has taken him to Ross-shire.
A SICK dog led to a 36-year-old Alness man being handed a six-year motoring ban after admitting his sixth driving while disqualified offence.
A SIXTH Easter Ross man appeared in private at Inverness Sheriff Court today accused of being involved with serious organised crime to supply drugs.
TWO men have appeared in private at Inverness Sheriff Court in connection with the death of a teenager in a car crash on the Black Isle.