An argument over a bottle of beer ended with a Muir of Ord man smashing a car window and endangering the occupants.
Muir of Ord
A north community has vowed to continue with a local orchard project after it was hit by vandals for the second time since it opened.
A farmer has condemned two brazen thieves who drove up a long farm lane in broad daylight and stole several hundred pounds from an honesty box.
A local councillor has pledged that enthusiasm for a community based orchard in Muir of Ord will continue despite vandals damaging it.
A Ross-shire tenant claims the council has failed to properly address his repeated complaints about large cracks developing in the ceilings and walls of his home.
An angry driver has hit out at Highland Council’s roads team after his Mercedes car was one of as many as two dozen to strike a pothole the “size of a bath tub” on a Highland road.
Engineers were called out to two Highland primary schools yesterday after they were forced to close due to lack of heating.
A sickness bug struck down 54 pupils – and a number of staff – at a Highland primary school, forcing it to shut yesterday.
A drug addict who attacked a woman with a knife in pursuit of an unpaid debt will be sentenced next month.
A 15-year-old boy has been charged following a disturbance in a Highland village.
Police are appealing for information following an attack on a 78-year-old man outside a house in Ross-shire.
A motorcyclist has been fined £2,000 and banned for 18 months after driving at 130mph on the north’s busiest road.
Police are investigating after a fire at a derelict house in a Ross-shire village.
A former soldier from Muir of Ord who lost both legs when his armoured vehicle struck a roadside bomb in Afghanistan is taking part in another endurance event.
A hero Scot has become the first double leg amputee to run six marathons in as many days in the Sahara desert.
A Highland factory was evacuated in the early hours of yesterday morning because of concerns about overheating thermal hours.
A fire broke out in a furnace at a Highland factory this morning.
A 56-year-old Ross-shire joiner was banned by a Sheriff from visiting his elderly parents unless he had a prior appointment.
Long-running work to replace a railway bridge in the centre of a Highland town hit a major milestone this weekend.
A house has been destroyed in a devastating overnight fire in Muir of Ord.
A long-awaited new bridge in the heart of a Highland village is on course to take its first traffic next month.
Firefighters were called to cut a person free from their vehicle after a three-car crash on a Highland road this afternoon.
A Highland distillery has applied for permission to use it facilities for live music and conferences.
A pensioner who subjected a girl to an eight-year ordeal of sexual offending in a Highland village told a court yesterday he would appeal his conviction.
A heroin dealer whose former partner claimed he has turned his life around was spared a jail sentence yesterday.
A missing Highland man believed to be in the Aberdeenshire area has been traced. Police had appealed for sightings of Ross McQuade, 41, who was reported missing from the Muir of Ord area. A spokesman for Police Scotland said: “He has been traced safe and well in the Huntly area. Thanks to all who assisted.”
Police are searching for a Highland man believed to be in the Aberdeenshire area.
A Black Isle man who threatened to burn down a hotel during a seven-hour siege has been jailed for six months.
The closure of a Post Office in a Highland village has triggered fears that it could be "another nail in the coffin" for the community.
Parents at a north primary school have said they are "deeply concerned" at cutbacks to support staff.
Three people have gone on trial accused of attacking a former soldier in a row over a garden shed.
A 41 year old former Muir of Ord man was reported to police by his wife after she discovered child pornography on his computer.