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.
THE emergence of online scammers keen to cash in on the coronavirus crisis has sparked a warning from Highland Council trading standards chiefs.
POLICE investigating a house break-in in Muir of Ord have released images and details of the jewellery and antiques stolen by the thieves.
The family of a man killed on a Ross-shire road say they had hoped for a more substantial sentence for the driver found guilty of causing his death.
A man has been jailed for seven months after assaulting his mother for the third time and then breaching a bail condition not to contact her.
A TYRE slasher who targeted two cars in Invergordon is being hunted by police.
POLICE have appealed for information after a car was damaged in Alness on Monday evening.
A man who blamed staff at New Craigs Hospital in Inverness for the death of his girlfriend has been jailed for 18 months.
Highland Hospice has revealed details about how fraudsters stole £575,000 from the charity.
POLICING career opportunities will be highlighted at a special recruitment session in Inverness later this week.
NEW figures show that incidents of domestic violence have risen to just over six per day on average in the Highlands.
Police call for anyone who has seen missing Strathpeffer teen
Police are appealing for information after a thief stole a collection box from an Inverness sandwich shop.
'MALICIOUS' damage to a fence which allowed sheep to escape onto a busy Black Isle road is being investigated by police.