TWO new faces are appearing on the bench at a key Highland court which opened earlier this year.
A BORDERS man who caused £5000 worth of damage to a winch in a forest at Strathconon claimed he was owed £400.
A ROSS-shire man began dealing drugs to subsidise his own habit, a court has heard.
A sheriff has imposed a community payback order on an Alness man who threatened his wife.
A 61-year-old Easter Ross man has notched up his first criminal conviction after admitting assaulting his wife.
A ROSS-SHIRE bank teller who embezzled £42,000 from his employers and then gambled it away over a couple of months has avoided prison.
Am Edinburgh-based Spanish native with a job assembling rockets to carry satellites into space has admitted drink-driving on a Ross-shire road.
An Easter Ross man who relapsed into drug-taking to cope with his stress during the coronavirus lockdown smashed up a friend's house, a court heard.
Two Easter Ross brothers armed themselves with a baseball bat and a fence post and went to a pub to continue a previous fight.
An Alness driver reacted angrily when stopped by police for a routine document check.
A row in a Highland shop car park led to a ferry skipper’s vehicle being damaged with a knife.
A Tain man with a record of abusing women has been put on a community payback order and ordered to undertake various behaviour and support programmes.
Sentence on a man who defrauded taxpayers of more than £5000 has been deferred for a year to allow him to pay back the money.
A Ross-shire bank teller embezzled £42,000 from his employers to try and cover a gambling spree.
An Alness man who threatened police was this week given a £1000 fine.
Dealer who coughed in the faces of five police officers at the height of coronavirus crisis jailed for 15 months
A 25-year-old Highland man who was constantly bullied at school turned to online pornography because he had no friends.
A retired consultant ophthalmologist has appeared in private at Inverness Sheriff Court accused of killing his neighbour.
A Greek man fascinated by the self-professed 'wickedest man in the world' kept visiting the ruins of his mansion and terrorising a couple there.
A DNA test on blood found in a Wester Ross sailing club didn't reveal the identity of who had broken in until months later.