A man has been charged in connection with drugs offences after a significant amount of herbal cannabis and cocaine were seized in Lerwick.
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.
One of Inverness’ biggest-hearted volunteers is to step back from his role coordinating morning calls to the lonely and isolated after 31 years.
Burns Day is the next event in the National Trust for Scotland's winter festival at Brodie Castle.
Highland Council yesterday launched a consultation on a proposal to dispose, by new lease, of an area of Common Good land to the Royal Dornoch Golf Club (RDGC).
The full extent of the havoc wreaked by Storm Brendan across the north and west was revealed in the cold light of a still testing Tuesday.
A group which provides an important social function for men in Inverness will attempt to secure its future by moving into a new premises.
An award-winning designer is looking forward to seeing her creations hit more shops across Europe, New York and London this year.
A Highland rugby club rocked by the death of a player has revealed plans to improve its welfare support.
Shinty sticks have been incorporated into the heart of a design for a new art installation for Newtonmore.
It’s been seven years in the making but a milestone has been achieved towards the creation of The Haven, a support centre for children and young people with multiple and complex needs in the outskirts of Inverness.
Full plans have been submitted for a new primary school for Inverness - and it is inspired by tower houses and castles.
A Cornish company wants to submit a planning application for two giant wind turbines in Caithness.
Tory opposition councillors are asking Highland Council to hold off from setting its budget for 2020/21 until the delayed UK government settlement has been announced.
The football and local community have rallied behind Inverness Clachnacuddin after a catastrophic fire at the club's stadium on Christmas Eve.
The 34th Burghead Boxing Day swim went ahead today, defying Moray Council's attempts to impose a charge of £100 on those staging the popular event.
Shoppers turned out for the Boxing Day sales in Inverness today with queues of people outside Next in the Eastgate Centre before it opened at 6am.
Emergency services and community members are out in force again today searching for a missing Kiltarlity man.
A Norwich man has died walking in Glencoe, police have confirmed.
Fire devastated a large part of Glencoe Mountain Resort’s main building early on Christmas morning, but the centre’s owner has vowed the snow sports season will go on.
A crowd of care-experienced young people met to feast and party in Inverness after winning money to make their Christmas dream come true.
Scores of community members took time out of their Christmas festivities yesterday to help search for a missing Kiltarlity man.
The search continues this morning for missing Kiltarlity man James Paton, with many members of the community taking a break from their festivities to help.
The boss of Eden Court has appealed to Highlanders to give as much support as possible to the arts venue over the coming year to safeguard its future.
A Lochaber councillor has issued a heartfelt plea to Highland residents and visitors not to drink and drive, or take drugs and drive.
An enterprising Sutherland plumber has plans to wash a lot of dirty linen in public.
Campaigners in a north community are mobilising to stop telecoms giant O2 from placing a huge mast in a residential street in the heart of their village.
The island of Raasay, off Skye, will have no less than four nurses available from early next year.
A new bridge opened yesterday in Glencoe on a key stretch of the A82 - complete with wildlife walkways
The Sutherland air is proving to suit some 35 endangered species of trees growing in the grounds of Skibo Castle.
Three Highland councillors have spoken out about the online bullying and abuse they receive on a daily basis, saying it is the ‘new normal'.
Highland Hospice's inpatient unit is to offer two more beds, bringing the total number to twelve.