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Highland Christmas gift thief is sent to jail

Highland Christmas gift thief is sent to jail

Highland Christmas gift thief is sent to jail

23 May 2020

A THIEF who wrecked a family’s Christmas by stealing their presents and then their car so he could drive home to Kyle was jailed for 13 months.


Helpline open for male victims of domestic abuse flagged during lockdown

Helpline open for male victims of domestic abuse flagged during lockdown

Helpline open for male victims of domestic abuse flagged during lockdown

21 May 2020

A confidential helpline is available for male victims of domestic abuse and male victims of domestic violence across the UK.


Police warn against serious fraud to residents and business

Police warn against serious fraud to residents and business

Police warn against serious fraud to residents and business

21 May 2020

Highland and Islands police division are urging residents and businesses to be on the guard following reported phone frauds within the division.


Man charged over alleged break-in attempts and vandalism

Man charged over alleged break-in attempts and vandalism

Man charged over alleged break-in attempts and vandalism

21 May 2020

A MAN has been charged in connection with two attempted break-ins and vandalism in a Ross-shire town this week.


'Selfish' dog owners urged to act more responsibly following sheep worrying incidents

'Selfish' dog owners urged to act more responsibly following sheep worrying incidents

'Selfish' dog owners urged to act more responsibly following sheep worrying incidents

21 May 2020

DOG owners have been urged to act more responsibly near livestock after police reported incidents of sheep worrying.


Bogus callers spark police warning

Bogus callers spark police warning

Bogus callers spark police warning

19 May 2020

BOGUS callers have been reported in parts of the Highlands, police have warned.


Ross-shire women join campaign to highlight the plight of domestic abuse victims during coronavirus pandemic

Ross-shire women join campaign to highlight the plight of domestic abuse victims during coronavirus pandemic

Ross-shire women join campaign to highlight the plight of domestic abuse victims during coronavirus pandemic

19 May 2020

Two friends have used their daily exercise to highlight a campaign to provide more emergency accommodation for women in need.


Nuisance 999 caller praised by lawyer despite further offence

Nuisance 999 caller praised by lawyer despite further offence

Nuisance 999 caller praised by lawyer despite further offence

18 May 2020

A Ross woman who habitually makes nuisance 999 calls was praised for resisting her compulsion for seven weeks – despite a further offence.


Sheep worrying sparks police plea for public to act more responsibly

Sheep worrying sparks police plea for public to act more responsibly

Sheep worrying sparks police plea for public to act more responsibly

18 May 2020

POLICE have urged dog walkers to show more responsibility when exercising during lockdown following incidents of sheep worrying.


PICTURES: Coronavirus lockdown protesters at 'mass gathering' in Highland capital

PICTURES: Coronavirus lockdown protesters at 'mass gathering' in Highland capital

PICTURES: Coronavirus lockdown protesters at 'mass gathering' in Highland capital

16 May 2020

Around10 people attended a planned public coronavirus lockdown protest in the Highland capital this afternoon.


Police plea after someone tried to force open a padlock at Dingwall business

Police plea after someone tried to force open a padlock at Dingwall business

Police plea after someone tried to force open a padlock at Dingwall business

14 May 2020

POLICE have appealed for information after someone attempted to force a padlock at a business in Dingwall.


Man jailed for coughing in police officers' faces in Highland capital

Man jailed for coughing in police officers' faces in Highland capital

Man jailed for coughing in police officers' faces in Highland capital

12 May 2020

A 48-year-old is believed to have become the first man in Scotland to be jailed for endangering police lives by coughing in officers' faces.


New police dog and handler team set for Highland beat

New police dog and handler team set for Highland beat

New police dog and handler team set for Highland beat

12 May 2020

Kaiser is sure to give even the most hardened of criminals paws for thought in the Highlands.


Lockdown attacks on police during coronavirus crisis trigger no-nonsense jail warning

Lockdown attacks on police during coronavirus crisis trigger no-nonsense jail warning

Lockdown attacks on police during coronavirus crisis trigger no-nonsense jail warning

10 May 2020

SCORES of "coronavirus-related" attacks against police officers across the country since lockdown was imposed have prompted a no-nonsense warning.


Police chief urges Highlanders: 'Please stay home and protect the NHS'

Police chief urges Highlanders: 'Please stay home and protect the NHS'

Police chief urges Highlanders: 'Please stay home and protect the NHS'

08 May 2020

A POLICE chief has appealed to people in the Highlands to stick with the coronavirus lockdown rules and stay at home to protect the NHS.


Prison for man who spat on police and left officer with anxious health wait

Prison for man who spat on police and left officer with anxious health wait

Prison for man who spat on police and left officer with anxious health wait

06 May 2020

A POLICE officer had an anxious 28 day wait to discover if he had been infected with a disease after he was spat at by a Conon Bridge man.


Webinars to look at cyber security issues during coronavirus pandemic

Webinars to look at cyber security issues during coronavirus pandemic

Webinars to look at cyber security issues during coronavirus pandemic

05 May 2020

Business leaders and the police will discuss issues surrounding cyber security as remote working increases due to coronavirus


School building damage sparks police witness appeal

School building damage sparks police witness appeal

School building damage sparks police witness appeal

01 May 2020

DAMAGE to a building at a Ross school has sparked a police witness appeal.


Bike theft sparks police appeal

Bike theft sparks police appeal

Bike theft sparks police appeal

01 May 2020

POLICE have appealed for information after a bike was stolen in Dingwall.


Police appeal after vandalism at Fairy Pools car park on Skye

Police appeal after vandalism at Fairy Pools car park on Skye

Police appeal after vandalism at Fairy Pools car park on Skye

01 May 2020

POLICE have issued an appeal for help from the public after damage was done at a car park for a major visitor attraction on Skye.


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