Young pipers and drummers are being offered the chance to star in a documentary aimed at recruiting more children into the traditional pursuit.
A Moray mum who became involved in the drugs trade after criminals threatened her children has been jailed for keeping more than £300,000 of narcotics in her home.
A north-east retiree feared the worst when a sudden power cut struck his home while he was in the middle of hatching 50 chicks.
Father-of-11 who attacked a woman because he could find a matching pair of socks jailed for 38 months
A father-of-11 who brutally attacked a woman because he could not find a matching pair of socks was yesterday jailed for 38 months.
A “controlling bully” who raped and sexually assaulted a string of vulnerable women has been jailed for seven years.
A solicitor returned to her family’s Highland roots this week to become the last Sheriff to be installed in Inverness Castle.
A unique bottle of Macallan whisky has been predicted to set a new world record.
A 35-year-old Liverpool drug dealer was jailed for two years yesterday after being caught in a police surveillance operation in Inverness and Elgin.
An infamous love cheat osprey has returned to the Highlands after a 3,000 miles journey to her nest.
Moray rapist who tried to cheat justice by claiming he was too fat to appear in court died of heart disease
A rapist who tried to cheat justice by claiming he was too fat to appear in court died of obesity, an inquiry has ruled.
A mother watched in horror as a car smashed into a wall near her as she walked through Nairn.
A Moray mother-of-two who was caught with drugs worth more than £300,000 became involved in the illegal trade after criminals threatened to harm her children, a court has heard.
The festive period can be a hard time for many people, but for those with physical, mental and emotional scars from a warzone, it can be particularly tough.
It makes looking for a needle in a haystack seem easy.
‘Alarming’ figures reveal almost 500 knives and other blades confiscated from people entering north and north-east courts
Politicians have hit out at “alarming” figures revealing that almost 500 knives and other blades have been confiscated from people entering north and north-east courts over the past three years.
Police are appealing for information after damage was caused to a beehive on a farm near Nairn.
Far north maternity campaigners are gearing up for another show of force in their bid to prevent so many mums-to-be facing marathon trips to give birth in Inverness.
With a stone to represent every victim, this newly-unveiled memorial lays bare the sheer scale of a near-century old island tragedy.
Thirty new council homes are to be built in Mosstodloch in an effort to boost the number of affordable homes available.
A £50,000 grant will support a first-of-its-kind study working to explain the plight of Scotland's iconic wild salmon.
Hollywood star Tilda Swinton has asked Education Secretary John Swinney to back the loss-making private school she co-founded.
A Star Wars superfan has built a lifesize spacecraft from the series - in his garden shed.
A schoolboy who died as a result of an incident inside the drum of a cable spooler had been warned he would be running about like a “hamster” if it was turned on, a trial has heard.
They play in the exotic Andalucia region of Spain and hold claim to be the oldest football team in the country.
A police training team from RAF Lossiemouth has travelled to Nigeria to share its expertise and help in the fight against Boko Haram.
Eight artists from around the world will take part in a residence programme at a Dufftown tourist attraction during the summer.
Scotland’s mountain rescue teams are being plagued by ill-equipped climbers and walkers risking their lives and those of their rescuers on some of the nation’s most dangerous peaks.
A walker who died while climbing one of Moray’s most popular mountains was a popular outdoors-loving visitor with a 35-year military career.
A lorry driver has been banned from the roads for 30 months for causing a horrific crash which killed a pensioner.
Scotland’s mountain experts have issued a warning about the dangers of cornices after one was spotted on a Highland peak.
Elgin City and the club’s players of the ill-fated 1992/93 season have thrown their weight behind a fans’ bid to reclaim a lost title.
A Highland League footballer who fought with a group of teenagers in Nairn will be sentenced next month.