The Met Office issued a yellow warning for ice last night as the summit of Cairn Gorm plummeted to temperatures colder than Moscow.
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for heavy snow expected to fall “broadly across Scotland” - particularly on high ground in the Highlands, Moray and the north-east from early today.
Local businesses have been urged to intervene to help resurrect the Highland Military Tattoo after organisers announced it is to be axed.
It’s more than a month until the Yuletide, but Santa charmed the crowds in Inverness while helping provost Helen Carmichael to switch on the city’s Christmas lights yesterday.
Police informed the management of the Inverness Centre retail park of an issue with their glass canopy before a second section fell injuring a man, it has emerged.
The man injured by falling glass at the Inverness Centre retail park said he fears “someone could have been killed” after speaking about the incident publicly for the first time.
Inverness Centre retail park is to check every pane in the glass canopy above the walkway after a man was injured on Tuesday, according to a local councillor.
One of the busiest retail centres in Inverness has been temporarily closed amid safety concerns after a man was injured by a falling pane of glass.
Lochaber police are treating a fire in a Kinlochleven flat last Friday as ‘suspicious’ and have appealed for information.
Police have confirmed missing Fort William woman Yvonne Hill, 31, had been “traced safe and well.”
The fifteenth Inverness Film Festival came to a triumphant end on Sunday evening with organisers describing it as the “most successful ever”.
Police officers in the Highlands have launched an urgent appeal to trace Yvonne Hill, 31, who is missing from the Fort William area.
Police in Nairn have issued a warning and issued a public appeal for information following a spate of fire-raising incidents in the town over the last 10 days.
An investigation is under way after a Flybe flight between Belfast and Inverness had to make an emergency landing without any front landing gear.
Transport Scotland is to launch a long-awaited traffic light trial on the main road through Nairn in a bid to improve congestion near a well-known accident black-spot.
Hundreds of classroom assistant jobs - include dozens working with children with additional needs - have been saved from council cuts after a public outcry.