POLICE have appealed for information after five sheep were killed in the latest incident of livestock worrying in Sutherland.
Drugs with an estimated street value of £200,000 were seized yesterday by police officers who stopped and searched a car on the Cromarty Bridge.
The 43-year-old is due to appear in Inverness Sheriff Court on Wednesday February 3.
Case has cost him his job, home, wife and contact with his own children
A Ross-Shire roads police officer has issued a stark warning on drug-driving after three people were caught .
Police in Sutherland sent out a fresh appeal for information on Friday about a break-in at a business premises near Bonar Bridge.
A window was broken at a local business.
More than 50 motorists were arrested for drink or drug driving in the Highlands and Islands in a month-long period covering Christmas and New Year.
Police in Golspie are urging members of the public not to take matters into their own hands over possible breaches of coronavirus regulations.
A Scottish Prison Service spokesman today confirmed the figure for HMP Inverness and said a number of procedures were in place.
Incident tool place 18 miles east of Lochinver, Sutherland about 9.50am on Friday January 8
CRIMINAL courts in the Highlands are creaking under the strain of the Covid pandemic – after the number of trials was slashed by up to 75 per cent.