Dignitaries, senior military figures and locals gathered yesterday at a Highland cemetery to remember the fallen soldiers of the British Indian Army who rest there.
Coastguard teams are assisting in a medical transfer from Fort William to Glasgow this evening.
Police Scotland yesterday launched an appeal for information following an incident where a man exposed himself in an Inverness cafe.
A new arrangement that will see an overhaul of church congregations in Shetland and Aberdeen is to be presented to the Church of Scotland’s General Assembly following extensive meetings to thrash out the finer details of the arrangement.
Police Scotland have launched an appeal for information following an incident where a man is reported to have behaved indecently in an Inverness cafe.
The Highland landscape is to feature in a brand new Pokemon film which is due to be released in summer next year.
About 900 tonnes of debris that could have caused another landslide on the A83 at the Rest and Be Thankful has been halted thanks to mitigation measures put in place by the roads maintenance company.
Motorists travelling on the A9 between Dalraddy and Slochd can expect disruption from next week as work on the largest individual section of the A9 dualling project is set to get underway.
Over 500 marine mammals have been spotted and documented on the West Coast over the summer months as part of a Marine Awareness Programme launched by CalMac ferries.
Skye today will get its own answer to Postman Pat and Noddy as Donald welcomes visitors to the misty isle, acting as a friendly face and offering advice.
Thousands of islanders were yesterday cut off from the electricity grid after a landslide near Invergarry resulted in 23,000 customers going without power for hours.
Two fire crews from Stornoway have been called to an incident in Assaye Place after reports were received of a kitchen fire.
A two-vehicle road traffic collision between Aberlour and Grantown on the A95 brought the busy road to a close earlier today.
A landslip near Invergarry has wiped out the power supply to thousands of islanders this morning in the Hebrides.
Hollywood A-lister Karen Gillan has made a public pledge to do what she can to support a Highland mental health charity after launching her new film in Inverness on Thursday evening.
An early morning blaze brought a busy Inverness street to a halt yesterday during rush hour.
A cook at Broadford Primary School on Skye has been named the Highland Council’s Employee of the Year for 2018 after excelling in promoting healthy eating to youngsters.
A Highland church will tonight pay a moving tribute to 23 local soldiers who perished in the First World War.
Fire crews rushed to a Highland roundabout after a car burst into flames earlier today.
Fire crews are today in attendance at a fire in Inverness above the famed Johnny Foxes bar and restaurant.
Over 200 lives were lost when HMY Iolaire collided with rocks at the Beasts of Holm on January 1, 1919, in a tragedy that cut so deeply it was not publicly discussed by islanders for decades.
Highland Council has launched a new video showing parents the benefits of their children being bilingual.
A car and a bus were involved in a road traffic collision at lunchtime today at the Raigmore Interchange in Inverness.
A litany of failings contributed to a Far North fishing tragedy where a young deckhand was dragged to his death.
Highland Council has graciously stepped in to ensure a tradition spanning more than 30 years in remembering north war heroes is to continue.
A two-vehicle road traffic collision has taken place on the junction of the A96 and the B9030 near Inverness Airport.
The future of the 51-strong workforce of a north aquafeed plant is under threat after its Scandinavian owners announced plans to pull out of the UK.
Caithness’s £20million nuclear archive, which was opened by Prince Charles, has won a prestigious national architecture prize.
As part of the Dileab project, every school in the Western Isles is to receive a signed copy of a new book exploring the Iolaire tragedy.
A Caithness man who was unable to carry out jury duty because he couldn’t get into Wick Sheriff Court claims he has been “starved” of his civic duty.
A new parcel delivery service charging a flat fee across the north was hailed as “a potential game changer” for a “disgraceful situation”.
Scotland’s busiest rescuers launch savage attack amid fears that volunteers are being put at a serious risk
Scotland’s busiest mountain rescue teams have hit out at a “casual disregard” for their safety over the use of helicopters in search operations.