A football supporter who threw a flare onto the pitch during a Highland derby has been told to “knuckle down” to avoid jail.
Plans for a new £4.5million life sciences centre at Inverness Campus have moved another step closer.
An MSP has cast doubt on claims that the opening of a newly dualled section of the north’s busiest road is being held up by a “technical issue”.
Police in the Highlands have seized almost £150,000 worth of drugs as part of a week long operation.
A north business leader has been described as a “real force of nature” who left a “lasting legacy” after he died yesterday.
Plans to create 400 new jobs by building the UK’s biggest car wheel plant in Fort William are due to be lodged within weeks.
The longest-lasting patch of snow in Scotland could be about to melt away from a Highland hillside for the first time in more than a decade.
Two historic dog sculptures which disappeared more than 40 years ago have been returned to the revamped Inverness Town House just hours before its public unveiling.
Inverness residents are being warned by police to stay alert following a string of bogus callers across the city.
A man who was part of an operation to steal bank cards and withdraw cash in the Highlands and Moray was jailed for nine months yesterday.
A top police officer, who was working in Aberdeen when teenager Bailey Gwynne was killed, has revealed plans for a crackdown on weapons in Highland schools.
Lessons will be learned from the controversial closure of Aberdeen’s police control room before the same decision is taken in Inverness, according to the north’s new police commander.
Police have probed an offensive comment made to comedian Hardeep Singh Kohli at a Highland book festival.
Plans for a £6.6million research and innovation campus in Stromness in Orkney have taken a major step forward.
A Shetland man who admitted subjecting his wife to nearly three decades of “depraved and cruel” behaviour has had his sentence deferred.
A 34-year old woman claimed she was the victim of abuse by two of her former partners during the second day of her trial at Inverness Sheriff Court.
A major new road safety strategy for the Highlands and islands is being drawn up by police to cope with the soaring number of motorists using the North Coast 500.
An Inverness man has been jailed for a year after attacking his roommate with an iPad and a bedside lamp.
More than £55million is to be invested in new piers and infrastructure at three harbours serving Western Isles communities.
A motorist has been accused of driving his lorry carelessly - and pelting a police car with food.
A fishermen's leader who embezzled more than £1,000 from his organisation could be hit with a payback order of nearly £220,000.
Plans to make enough artificial snow to guarantee winter sports every season at Scotland's oldest ski resort have snowballed.
Highland Council has unveiled plans to instal a hydro-electric “Archimedes Screw” in the River Ness to generate green energy that could be used to power local attractions.
The 300th birthday celebrations for the bridge that gave Carrbridge its name will continue with an exhibition of local artists.
A woman whose car overturned into a ditch after she misjudged an overtaking manoeuvre in Shetland has been disqualified from driving for one year.
A registered blind man who downloaded tens of thousands of indecent images of children over a 14 year period was jailed for 20 months yesterday.
Retail giant Argos is removing its famous glossy catalogues from its Inverness stores as part of a controversial trial.
A woman has spoken of the moment she came within seconds of death due to a terrifying condition which makes every day a game of “Russian Roulette”.
Drugs with a potential value of £9,000 have been recovered in Lochaber.
A Highland charity that has been helping people with a variety of conditions for a quarter of a century has been given a new name and a new lease of life.
The new boss of Inverness College has spoken of his “big ambitions” to turn the University of the Highlands and Islands into a world renowned institution.