A woman told a jury how she was showered with gifts when she was a primary schoolgirl by the man she claims repeatedly sexually abused her.
One of Inverness’ biggest-hearted volunteers is to step back from his role coordinating morning calls to the lonely and isolated after 31 years.
A police dog’s bite stopped a violent attack on a constable after five blows of “unprecedented force” and three incapacitant sprays failed to stop his assailant, a court heard.
New scheme launched as police reveal more than 40 people with dementia have been reported missing in the past year in the Highlands
More than 40 people with dementia were reported missing in the Highlands last year.
Residents of a Skye township shed tears of emotion in Highland Council chamber yesterday as they defended their coastline against a proposed fish farm- and tears of joy when councillors finally refused to grant the development.
A police officer told a court how she had to use incapacitant spray for the first time in her 13-year career on a man she said was viciously attacking her colleague.
Highland Council has been told to get on with making budget savings and improve its poor service performance, particularly in education.
An Inverness beauty spot was left submerged as Storm Brendan left a trail of destruction in its wake.
Schools, community centres and other council buildings have been damaged and broken into thousands of times across the north and north-east in the last four years.
Fragile island communities could face lasting harm as a result of Highlands and Islands Airport Limited (Hial) decision to centralise air traffic control services at Inverness Airport.
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Call for low emission zones as Inverness street is named among nation’s worst air pollution offenders
Calls have been made for low emissions zones to be implemented in Inverness after the city's Academy Street was found to be one of the worst air pollution offenders in Scotland.
Dates have been confirmed for open days at Inverness Castle in the spring, part of the 'cultural triangle' of visitor attractions envisaged by the Provost and Highland Council.
Criminals across the north and north-east have dodged almost £650,000 in court fines over the past four years.
An Inverness family have praised the "wonderful" people of the Highland capital after a £25,000 fundraising campaign to buy a specialist wheelchair for their daughter succeeded in just three months.
A controversial piece of public art which could not be installed in Inverness because of health and safety regulations is now to make an appearance in the new Torvean park.
A man has been charged in connection with drugs offences after a significant amount of herbal cannabis and cocaine were seized in Lerwick.
Children in an Inverness primary school are tackling the scourge of plastic on their own terms.
EXCLUSIVE: Refurbishment of Inverness High School a ‘project management disaster’, say local councillors
The three-year renovation of Inverness High School has descended into chaos, local councillors have said.
A city café has reopened for business after a fears it would close for good.
Permission has been granted for a row of three houses in Dingwall, despite local objections.
The north's main theatre is to get a share of a £19million Government pot funded by assets seized from criminals.
A north man who found his partner naked in bed with one of his friends and attacked them both was yesterday jailed for 45 months
Highland Council working on plan to address Academy Street pollution after it is found to be fourth worst in Scotland
Chiefs at Highland Council are working an action plan to address issues on Inverness’ Academy Street after it was found to be the fourth-worst in Scotland for toxic air pollution.