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 have arrested and charged a man in connection with a sneak-in theft in Thurso and an incident where a male entered another address uninvited.
Multiple reports showing a huge increase in fly-tipping across Caithness include one in which a caravan was dumped along the NC500 route.
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.
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Caithness residents are being warned to be aware of Covid scammers who charge for fake vaccine injections so people 'can jump the queue'.
Text message scams about Covid vaccinations are being reported, including links to fake NHS websites that ask for bank details.
A Highland councillor condemned Saturday evening's 'malicious act' in which car mats pierced with nails were placed on the A99 near Thrumster.
Two car mats embedded with nails were recovered from the A99 road near Thrumster last night in what has been described as a 'sickening act'.
Many people and businesses in Caithness fell victim to criminals exploiting the pandemic as revealed in a list of the year's most common scams.
The First Minister says have Hogmanay at home and police talk of using 'enforcement powers' to disperse large gatherings tomorrow night.
Operation Ruling netted large quantities of 'illegal substances' and led to violent criminals being arrested including one caught with a sword.