The Highlands and Islands has been described as "one of the safest places to live in Scotland", with crime levels among the lowest in the country.
A man who terrified a woman and child he did not know by turning up at their door saying that she was going to die has been jailed for six months.
An independent review into the death of Kevin McLeod has been delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic – but should be completed in October.
A 23-year-old north Sutherland man appeared in private at Inverness Sheriff Court today on charges including one alleging a robbery in Wick.
Police Scotland's Highlands and Islands divisional commander has praised the public for their support and co-operation during the lockdown.
Confidential support continues to be provided locally for victims of domestic abuse during the Covid-19 pandemic.
New figures reveal that crooks have been threatening to reveal intimate images of victims online during the first weeks of the coronavirus lockdown.
Two Wick men have questioned whether guidelines are being followed by Police Scotland over the use of protective gloves and masks.
Officers are appealing for information following reports of a white car being driven at significant speeds along the A9 between Inverness and Wick.
Be aware of internet scammers using the COVID-19 crisis as a means to access your personal details online.
Despite a relaxation of restrictions at recycling centres across the Highlands a pile of fly-tipped rubbish was dumped at a beauty spot near Wick.
Popular Wick café Wicker's World is closed after a break-in today.