Missing toilet doors and a lack of air conditioning are among the latest issues to blight Inverness Royal Academy.
Mindless vandals set fire to a children’s slide in a play park in Inverness yesterday morning.
A motorist who knocked down a four-year-old boy and then drove off, leaving the youngster lying seriously injured on the road, was jailed for four months yesterday.
A big-hearted couple have dipped into their pockets and replaced hundreds of pounds taken from Dornoch Cathedral by a heartless thief.
A Skye woman has been woken from an induced coma after a crash which left her trapped in a car overnight at the bottom of a steep slope.
A Highland man has spoken of his harrowing battle with a condition which can cause blindness if left untreated.
Heartless thieves forced open a donations box in Dornoch Cathedral and made off with an estimated £500.
Highland Council’s leader has called for an urgent meeting with RBS on its branch closure proposals across the north.
North communities have erupted in fury to RBS plans to close 12 local branches across the region - and islanders on Barra will need to catch a ferry to conduct face-to-face banking.
Plans have been tabled for what could be a new Costa Coffee takeaway facility in Inverness.
Inverness is poised for a “once-in-a-century” economic boom as plans progress to transform the castle, the Victorian Market and the city’s railway station.
Firefighters are currently battling a tractor fire on a farm near Dingwall. Two appliances from the Ross-shire town were called to a field just off the A834 Dingwall-Strathpeffer road at 2.53pm. A fire service spokesman said the tractor was “well alight.” No one has been hurt.
The Scottish SPCA is currently caring for two eight-week-old kittens named Harry and Meghan.
Firefighters tackled a fire at a farmhouse near Aviemore this morning.
A watchdog has warned that a children’s nursery in Wester Ross is in “urgent need of refurbishment.”
A blue envelope handed to Nairn banker Alistair Wilson minutes before he was shot dead on his doorstep was empty, police have revealed.
The National Trust for Scotland has formally objected to the plans for a new golf course at Coul Links in Sutherland.
The company which owns a hotel beside Royal Dornoch golf course has backed the controversial Coul Links proposals - and announced plans for a £1 million hotel extension.
A woman has told a court she suffered a stroke as a result of north businessman’s alleged six-year campaign of fear against her and her family.
Three north women have been charged with attempted murder following a crash in Ross-shire.
Major air and sea searches were underway last night off the West Highland coast for a missing local fisherman whose boat was found on rocks.
A large scale search and rescue operation is underway off the West Highland coast for a missing fisherman after his boat was found on rocks.
Reading stories to his grandson has opened a whole new chapter in the life of a Lochaber man.
The developer behind a proposed new Sutherland golf course claims RSPB Scotland has ignored its plans to stop the shooting of protected birds at the site.
Police have tweeted an open letter to an unnamed young woman in Skye, encouraging her to tell officers if she is a victim of domestic abuse.
Inverness Centre retail park reopened to shoppers yesterday, five days after a man was badly injured there by falling glass.
One of the most dramatic rescues in Shetland’s modern history was commemorated this weekend with a wreath-laying ceremony at the site of the grounding of the Green Lily off the island of Bressay.
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."
An exciting new vision has been unveiled to turn the Victorian Market in Inverness into a “magnet” tourist attraction to rival the best indoor markets in Europe.
ANDREW SMITH GETTING PIC – MIGHT WORK AS A STANDALONE Firefighters are currently battling a car fire on the Cromarty Bridge. One appliance from Dingwall has been sent to the scene on the A9 Inverness-Thurso road. A fire service spokeswoman said no one has been hurt as a result of the fire.
A drunk 20-year-old woman kicked one police officer on the stomach and then attempted to bite another on the hand and body after they had tried to persuade her to go home.
BrewDog customers in the Highlands and Moray are being charged nearly double for their deliveries compared to those in the south of England - despite being hundreds of miles closer to the company’s Aberdeenshire base.