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Council warns of business grants scam

Council warns of business grants scam

Council warns of business grants scam

20 April 2020

Highland Council Trading Standards is issuing a warning to local businesses about a new scam.


Witness appeal over vehicle vandalism in Alness

Witness appeal over vehicle vandalism in Alness

Witness appeal over vehicle vandalism in Alness

20 April 2020

POLICE have issued a witness appeal in response to reports of vandalism to three vehicles parked on Hill Street in Alness.


Police appeal to public for information after attack in Invergordon

Police appeal to public for information after attack in Invergordon

Police appeal to public for information after attack in Invergordon

19 April 2020

POLICE have issued an appeal for information after a reported attack in an Easter Ross town.


Police chief slams 'astonishing' catalogue of road offences during lockdown

Police chief slams 'astonishing' catalogue of road offences during lockdown

Police chief slams 'astonishing' catalogue of road offences during lockdown

17 April 2020

Alness incident included in catalogue of shame on roads during coronavirus lockdown battle.


Special constables are playing vital role in 'extraordinary times'

Special constables are playing vital role in 'extraordinary times'

Special constables are playing vital role in 'extraordinary times'

16 April 2020

Police thank special constables across Scotland who have volunteered more than 7500 hours in the past three weeks during the coronavirus lockdown.


'Reckless drivers taking advantage of quiet country roads during lockdown'

'Reckless drivers taking advantage of quiet country roads during lockdown'

'Reckless drivers taking advantage of quiet country roads during lockdown'

16 April 2020

POLICE have pledged to target reckless drivers taking advantage of quieter Highland country roads during the coronavirus lockdown.


Police to get face masks as coronavirus fight stepped up

Police to get face masks as coronavirus fight stepped up

Police to get face masks as coronavirus fight stepped up

16 April 2020

Police officers will be given surgical face masks to wear as they respond to incidents or deal with the public.


Trading standards warns of council tax scam

Trading standards warns of council tax scam

Trading standards warns of council tax scam

15 April 2020

HIGHLAND Council trading standards is again warning people of the emergence of another council tax scam.


WATCH: Police Scotland releases Easter message

WATCH: Police Scotland releases Easter message

WATCH: Police Scotland releases Easter message

12 April 2020

Police Scotland has put together a special message to mark the Easter weekend.


Police launch appeal over window vandalism

Police launch appeal over window vandalism

Police launch appeal over window vandalism

10 April 2020

POLICE have appealed for information after a window was smashed in Milnafua, Alness earlier this week.


Would-be shoplifter jailed for 11 weeks after giving police false name

Would-be shoplifter jailed for 11 weeks after giving police false name

Would-be shoplifter jailed for 11 weeks after giving police false name

10 April 2020

A 43 year old Easter Ross man who gave police a false name as he was being questioned about suspected shoplifting has been jailed for 11 weeks.


Man in court for sixth driving while disqualified offence

Man in court for sixth driving while disqualified offence

Man in court for sixth driving while disqualified offence

10 April 2020

A SICK dog led to a 36 year old Alness man being prosecuted of his sixth driving while disqualified offence at Inverness Sheriff Court.


MSP issues advice for people who may fall victim to a scam during coronavirus

MSP issues advice for people who may fall victim to a scam during coronavirus

MSP issues advice for people who may fall victim to a scam during coronavirus

09 April 2020

MSP Gail Ross has issued advice for people who may fall victim to a scam during the current coronavirus lockdown.


Woman charged in connection with excessive speeding on the A9

Woman charged in connection with excessive speeding on the A9

Woman charged in connection with excessive speeding on the A9

08 April 2020

Officers are appealing for information following reports of a car being driven at significant speeds on the A9 between Inverness and Wick yesterday.


Police appeal for information after heating oil was stolen in Ross-Shire.

Police appeal for information after heating oil was stolen in Ross-Shire.

Police appeal for information after heating oil was stolen in Ross-Shire.

07 April 2020

Police appeal for information after 1000 litres of oil stolen on Sunday night near Balblair in Ross-Shire.


Police in Alness are appealing for information after damage was caused to metal fencing outside a retail premises on Invergordon High Street.

Police in Alness are appealing for information after damage was caused to metal fencing outside a retail premises on Invergordon High Street.

Police in Alness are appealing for information after damage was caused to metal fencing outside a retail premises on Invergordon High Street.

07 April 2020

Police appeal for information from the public about damage to a business property in Invergordon.


Police chief praises good behaviour as one Covid-19 penalty notice issued in Highlands

Police chief praises good behaviour as one Covid-19 penalty notice issued in Highlands

Police chief praises good behaviour as one Covid-19 penalty notice issued in Highlands

03 April 2020

JUST one fixed penalty notice has been issued by police in the Highlands since they were given new powers to enforce coronavirus lockdown measures.


MSP welcomes U-turn on jury trials while pledging support for coronavirus measures

MSP welcomes U-turn on jury trials while pledging support for coronavirus measures

MSP welcomes U-turn on jury trials while pledging support for coronavirus measures

01 April 2020

Highland MSP Donald Cameron has welcomed a Scottish Government decision to reverse a proposal to replace trial by jury with trial by a single judge.


Tackling domestic abuse is a priority for prosecutors

Tackling domestic abuse is a priority for prosecutors

Tackling domestic abuse is a priority for prosecutors

01 April 2020

The Lord Advocate has confirmed that domestic abuse cases will continue to be prosecuted vigorously and fairly during the coronavirus pandemic.


Police receive power to fine virus rule breakers

Police receive power to fine virus rule breakers

Police receive power to fine virus rule breakers

27 March 2020

Anyone caught ignoring the lockdown now faces being fined – with the penalties potentially rising as high as £960


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