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The Scottish Government is just days away from unveiling its preferred route for the link road connecting the A9 and the A96.
A woman who stole more than £1,000 from her 89-year-old disabled grandfather’s funeral fund was jailed for nine months yesterday for her “despicable act”.
Special tributes are being paid during the Gaelic cultural festival to the man known as the Modfather.
A teenager from Islay lifted the Highland Society of London Trophy for solo singing at the Mod yesterday.
A young songbird from the Isle of Lewis has won the An Comunn Gaidhealach silver medal.
It was double delight for the Smith family at the Mod yesterday as twins Holly and Lucy won the David CB Maitland memorial trophy for singing a duet.
Councillors defied their officials yesterday to approve a 40-bed care home in the Black Isle.
An investigation into the death of a 32-year-old man in Inverness will focus on “police contact” prior to him dying in hospital.
A man was airlifted to hospital yesterday after a crash involving a car and a van closed the A9.
The A9 was closed this afternoon at Aviemore following a crash involving a car and a lorry.
Shock proposals could lead to Inverness being dropped from the title of the city’s Westminster constituency for the first time in a century.
Two teenagers hit the right note with the judges at the Mod yesterday as they picked up prizes for their solo singing.
Stories about one of the most popular Scottish characters of all time have now been translated into Gaelic.
Youngsters from Dingwall were celebrating yesterday after winning the top prize in the under-13s folk group competition at the Mod.
A probe is under way after a 32-year-old man who was taken into the care of police after a city disturbance died at hospital in Inverness.
Rail passengers hoping to travel to the Scottish capital from Aberdeen this morning are facing disruption after a train hit a tree.
The sound of music filled the Nevis Centre in Fort William on Saturday night at the traditional fiddlers’ rally.
An elderly couple’s love of Gaelic music and culture has taken them to so many Mods over the years that they have lost count.
Talented young people from all over the country gathered at Lochaber High School on Saturday for the Mod’s traditional musical events.
Two special tributes will be paid this week during the Gaelic cultural festival to the man known as the Modfather.
One of the performers at the Royal National Mod in Lochaber was asked to take over another important role at the festival ahead of his first competition at the weekend.
An MSP has quizzed UK and Scottish ministers on the availability of laser pens after a Highland girl was left with permanent eye damage on a school bus.
Plans to axe the equivalent of nearly 90 full-time jobs and make millions of pounds worth of cuts have been revealed by Argyll and Bute Council.
A Black Isle village is among the worst in Scotland for transport poverty, according to new research.
Hurricane-force winds are due to batter coastal areas across the Highlands and the north-east tonight.
The parents of one of two climbers who died on Ben Nevis on St Valentine’s Day last year have made an emotional return to the mountain.
Whisky distillery reopening will help “revitalise” Sutherland village after years of economic hardship
Plans to reopen a “lost” malt whisky distillery in a Sutherland village will help revitalise the area after years of economic hardship, says a local councillor.
Lord Thurso has defended plans to close visitor centres – including Thurso itself – saying a proposed shake-up will lead to "more and better" services.
The Orkney Islands has retained its title as the best place in the UK to live for bringing up children.
Scottish Water has been forced to alter its plans for a controversial sewer upgrade which sparked a wave of protests from Highland residents and Dame Helen Mirren.
A drugs courier from Oban has been jailed for two years after taking high purity cocaine worth up to £100,000 to Aberdeen.
A £330million upgrade of the Aberdeen to Inverness rail line has been plunged into uncertainty amid a dispute between Holyrood and Westminster.