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Highland police chief slams weekend drug-driving figures

Highland police chief slams weekend drug-driving figures

Highland police chief slams weekend drug-driving figures

Road police in the Highlands have expresseddisappointment after 12 people were detected drug-driving over the weekend – two in Easter Ross.


Highland Christmas gift thief is sent to jail

Highland Christmas gift thief is sent to jail

Highland Christmas gift thief is sent to jail

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.


Covid-19 care home operators handed three-week licence reprieve

Covid-19 care home operators handed three-week licence reprieve

Covid-19 care home operators handed three-week licence reprieve

THE company running a Skye care home where 10 residents have died from Covid-19 has been given another three weeks to keep its operating licence.


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

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


Care watchdog moves to cancel license of Skye care home at the centre of a deadly Covid-19 outbreak

Care watchdog moves to cancel license of Skye care home at the centre of a deadly Covid-19 outbreak

Care watchdog moves to cancel license of Skye care home at the centre of a deadly Covid-19 outbreak

The Home Farm care home residents may now need to be moved elsewhere


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

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.


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

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


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

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.


Drunk teen robbed former schoolmate at knifepoint

Drunk teen robbed former schoolmate at knifepoint

Drunk teen robbed former schoolmate at knifepoint

A DINGWALL teen wrote a letter to his mother warning her he would be going to jail after he assaulted and robbed a former schoolmate at knifepoint.


Nine-months detention for teenage driver who injured girls

Nine-months detention for teenage driver who injured girls

Nine-months detention for teenage driver who injured girls

A teenager was sent to detention for nine months after admitting driving dangerously on a country road.


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