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Highland Council chiefs appear to have failed in a fresh attempt to influence controversial police reforms.
New details of the £4million plan to make Cairngorm Mountain a year-round attraction have been revealed.
An elderly abuse charity has praised a sheriff for taking action to ensure a pensioner who was the victim of theft gets his money back.
Loved ones have rallied round a Highland League footballer who has been diagnosed with a malignant brain tumour.
A member of an armed gang who terrorised a businessman and his wife in their Inverness home was jailed for nine years yesterday.
A Skye woman whose mother was killed in an accident on a Highland road broke down in court yesterday when she was given a driving ban.
A 43-year-old man has been arrested after police recovered class A and B drugs from a car on the A9.
Failing to slow down near a Lochaber primary school has cost an employee of the University of the Highlands and Islands £400.
A Fort William man who admitted sexually assaulting a woman in the town has been ordered to carry out unpaid work.
A Fort William woman who tried to stab her husband with a knife and slapped him on the face “about 12 times” appeared at the town’s sheriff court yesterday.
An army of runners will be pounding the streets of Inverness next month in memory of a tragic Highland mum who died from a brain tumour.
The need to recruit more men into childcare was highlighted as a Scottish Government minister opened a newly refurbished nursery yesterday.
They are the twin brothers who hit the headlines when they became dads on the same day.
Christmas is still 131 days away – but that has not stopped one Inverness pub getting into the festive spirit early.
Almost 130,000 people have backed a petition for the closure of the former Black Isle Wildlife Park, citing alleged animal neglect.
A football fan could face a jail sentence after throwing a flare on to the pitch at a crunch Highland derby.
A carer who stole thousands of pounds from a 71-year-old disabled man took advantage of him “in a disgraceful way”, a sheriff said yesterday.
Traffic queued the length of the Cromarty Bridge yesterday on the first day of a £1.5million repair project which will last half a year.
The first footage of an alien salmon spawning in UK waters has been recorded on the River Ness – sparking fears of a major threat to native species.
A motorcyclist sped on a busy Highland road unaware that he was being followed by police for several miles.
The Highlands welcomes more overnight visitors than Glasgow each year, according to a study showing the industry’s “vital impact” on local communities.
Controversial plans for a new town in the Highlands are poised to get the final seal of approval later this week.
Hours of work have been lost after a computer containing manuscripts and customer invoices was stolen from an Inverness charity shop.
A Fort William man who was jailed last year for having sex with a vulnerable schoolgirl is to appeal his sentence.
An Inverness teenager has made a remarkably rapid recovery from life-changing surgery.
Thousands of people took a step back in time over the weekend at the first ‘Amazing Age’ extravaganza.
A population the size of Aviemore’s is now dependent on Highland food banks, shock new figures show.
Firefighters across the north of Scotland had to use mobile phones to communicate with control room staff after radio communications were cut for an entire weekend.
Businesses in Inverness have been urged to be on their guard after recent reports of a fraud known as “Ringing the Changes”.
An accidental mistake by a passenger caused a 102ft tall ship to be towed by Oban lifeboat yesterday morning.
The public can have its say on NHS Highand’s performance at an “annual review” being held in Aviemore at the end of the month.
Highland Council has strongly denied there was any “conspiracy of silence” following the breakdown of the Corran Ferry last month.