An Oban man caught with hundreds of thousands of indecent images of children was jailed for 14 months yesterday, to "mark the revulsion of society". Read More
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An international businessman who admitted historic sex offences in Lochaber has been ordered to pay his victim £10,000 in compensation.
A former supermarket employee in Fort William who embezzled £1,500 has been given six months to repay the cash.
A monk at a Catholic boarding school caned pupils until they bled and used a spiked golf shoe on one teenager, a court heard.
NHS Highland board members will next week be asked to approve a wide range of saving plans, amid warnings that the current healthcare model is "not sustainable".
An Oban man caught with hundreds of thousands of indecent images of children was jailed for 14 months yesterday, to "mark the revulsion of society".
The first major section of breakwater for a new pontoon development has arrived in Oban.
Changes to maternity provision in Caithness have been carried out safely, according to NHS Highland.
Motorists are being urged to prepare for a major resurfacing project is due to get under way on a key A9 bridge.
‘We’re just so grateful our girls are OK’: Highland sisters clung to each other as they fled Manchester arena
Two Fort William sisters have spoken of their terror after fleeing the Ariana Grande concert.
Members of a Lochaber organisation are hoping a much-loved Fort William monument will complete the treble in a top competition.
An Inverness community leader has claimed two well-known city football clubs should not receive any public cash for a new artificial pitch.
Young Highland pipers are just champion - and they proved it when they played their hearts out in a top competition.
Shouting, swearing and lashing out at police officers earlier this month has resulted in 110 hours of community service for a Lochaber man.
A Fort William man who broke a court order by leaving the area and moving to Essex for a "fresh start" was jailed for two months yesterday.
A new bothy has opened at the Rest and Be Thankful in Argyll.
Plans have been submitted to create a new luxury home development in the centre of a picturesque Highland town.
A chemistry teacher yesterday pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting an 18-year-old woman in a shop by touching her bottom.
A Highland business leader has said that a "startling" rise in north A9 traffic can be put down to more Sutherland commuters and shoppers heading south.
A fund has been started to pay for the funeral of a man killed while he was working at a quarry in Wester Ross.
Scottish Water has issued a fresh warning to residents after flushed wipes and rags caused a sewer to burst in an Inverness community.
A wealthy Hong Kong businessman "lived in fear" of a teacher priest accused of violent attacks on pupils at a north Catholic boarding school.
Police have issued an appeal over separate incidents in Thurso at the weekend.
A motorist was heading north on the A9 when he spotted an unusual sight on the opposite carriageway - a car reversing back up a slip road.
A picnic bench owned by the community council has been stolen from a public area on the Kyle of Tongue Causeway.
A 10-year-old boy was reported missing today after last being seen leaving a primary school this morning.
The Highland capital was a sea of pink at the weekend as thousands pounded the street during Race for Life Inverness.
Anyone in Aviemore at the weekend would be forgiven for thinking they were trapped in a time warp.
Ticket sales for a top event in Lochaber have already reached a record high - with two weeks still to go before the thrilling action begins.
A petition signed by Strathspey and Badenoch residents who have been complaining for years about their water supply will be heard in the Scottish Parliament this week.
A junction in Inverness has been named as one of the worst cycling collision blackspots in Scotland.
The 300th anniversary of the oldest surviving bridge in the Highlands was celebrated at the weekend.
Plans to build a new artificial pitch for two well-known Inverness football teams and the local community are poised to move a significant step forward.