The lead representative for small businesses in the north believes the Victorian Market in Inverness is a "sleeping giant" which is "just about to waken."
A brazen thief who carried out three break-ins just yards from a police station was jailed for 34 months yesterday.
A woman was taken to hospital yesterday morning after smashing her car into telegraph pole on a north-east road.
The European Union is reportedly threatening to hold back Britain’s final £5 billion rebate payment from Brussels as part of negotiations over the so-called Brexit “divorce” bill.
A Celtic fan’s sectarian singing at a Highland stadium has prevented him from attending a costly Champions League Match after he was banned from attending it by a sheriff yesterday.
A walker was airlifted to hospital yesterday after falling and injuring his ankle at the remote Knoydart peninsula.
A spawning ground for salmon destined for the River Spey has been turned into a “disaster area” due to repeated floods.
Moray Council’s SNP group has refused to back the local Conservative group’s pleas for more cash from the Scottish Government – branding the request “ludicrous”.
The city council has ruled out erecting a new building to replace an overcrowded primary school.
Claire Richards, Lisa Scott-Lee, Faye Tozer, Lee Larchford-Evans and Ian ‘H’ Watkins formed pop group Steps 20 years ago and went on to achieve phenomenal global success.
England are 80 minutes away from the 2017 Rugby League World Cup semi-finals and standing in their way are the relatively unknowns of Papua New Guinea.
A road connected to the Aberdeen bypass scheme will be temporarily closed from today.
A 344-year-old plaque from Aberdeen’s historic Provost Skene's House which was left propped up against a wall during reconstruction work has once again been given pride of place.
A mother has been left devastated after thieves broke into her home and stole money raised for a charity which supports her 10-month-old daughter.
Aberdeen FC’s hopes of gaining approval for its new multimillion-pound stadium in time for Christmas have been dashed.
An Elgin dog care business, which was forced to search for a new home because of planning rules, has relocated to a former Army barracks.
Cash-strapped council chiefs have pulled the plug on financial support for the Aberdeen International Youth Festival - putting its survival in serious doubt.
The UK ambassador to the UN has said he is “astounded” that Russia has again vetoed a resolution to renew the mandate for experts investigating the use of chemical weapons in Syria.
Veteran stand-off Kevin Brown has been identified as the man to guide England to World Cup glory.
Emily Drouet’s parents are campaigning to increase the funding granted to universities and colleges to help students affected by gender-based violence.