CRIME rates in the Highlands remain among the lowest in the country, Police Scotland has claimed ahead of the publication of a new performance report.
An appeal has been made by police in Thurso following damage which was caused to a number of vehicles in two streets in the town.
Police Scotland is seeking information from members of the public who may have witnessed a dangerous motorbike stunt on the A99 at the weekend.
A Seat car travelling at speed down Lybster's Main Street flipped over after crashing into a parked van and two casualties were taken to hospital.
A popular bench at a panoramic Wick viewpoint has been given a new lease of life thanks to offenders sentenced at Wick Sheriff Court.
A police consultation has shown that confidence has risen in the past year.
Highland Council Trading Standards advise Caithness residents to be aware of a current phone scam that is becoming more prevalent.
After many complaints about dog poo on the streets of Wick and Thurso a company has thought up a solution – putting our furry friends into nappies.
Police Scotland has partnered with a national security company to help tackle bike thefts as part of the ongoing Pedal Protect campaign.
The chair of Wick High School's Parent Council felt that yesterday's police action to remove youngsters from the former school was inevitable.
After reports of bogus callers and rogue tradesmen were seen operating in Caithness, Police Scotland has issued advice to the public.