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A bottle of bleach, manufactured in Japan, has washed up more than 5,500 miles away on a remote Scottish beach in the Western Isles.
Inquiries are still ongoing to help trace a 72-year-old man who has been missing for more than a month.
A Sutherland spot is in line for a transformation to create a community complex.
A new kidney dialysis service for Skye, which will save patients having to make the arduous journey to Inverness, has been delayed due to recruitment problems.
A grieving mum has spoken of her “torment” after a north man admitted causing the death of her son in a horror Highland crash.
A drunk pushed a teenage boy on to a railway track because the youngster had laughed at him, Inverness Sheriff Court was told.
A Highland road remains blocked to motorists after several vehicles became stuck in the snow.
Firefighters from Inverness were called to the A9 this afternoon following reports of a lorry on fire.
A speeding motorist who killed another driver in a north crash was yesterday warned he could face a substantial prison sentence.
Emergency services were called to a three-vehicle collision in Tain.
Stereophonics are heading to the Highlands for a major outdoor show this summer.
A world-renowned Scottish landscape photographer has been awarded the top accolade at the Fort William Mountain Festival.
Two Highland siblings are preparing to cycle 164 miles in under 24 hours as a heartfelt token of thanks to two lifeline services for helping care for their young children.
A historic church in Caithness has been bought by a private owner who plans to turn it into a cafe and tea room, with space for local crafts, antiques and memorabilia.
A £3.4million, five-year campaign to help preserve the natural wonders of Scotland's most famous mountain for future generations has reached its conclusion.
Tug-of-war veterans in the far north are being asked if they can shed any light on a trophy which was unearthed from the vaults of an Edinburgh jewellers.
One of the Cairngorms’ most iconic events took place at the weekend with only one thing missing- snow.
REVEALED: Nearly half of all armed police activity in Scotland was in the north-east and north last summer
The full extent of the armed police presence on the Aberdeenshire estate where the Queen spends her summer holidays has been uncovered for the first time.
Thousands of pro-independence supporters arrived in Inverness on Saturday for the first Freedom march of 2020.
A new £75,000 landscaping and road safety project has begun on the A82 at Invergloy near Spean Bridge.
Scotland’s first justice centre is being delivered “on time and on budget” as the final touches are put in place ahead of the building's grand opening.
Number of drivers caught exceeding average speed on A9 from Dunblane to Inverness falls in past year
The number of speeders caught on the A9 Inverness to Dunblane road have fallen, new figures have shown.
Plans to protect 300 Lochaber homes from flash flooding have taken a step forward after council officers launched the search for a contractor to carry out the works.
A rent rise of 3% on council homes is likely to be agreed this week by Highland councillors.
A Dornoch couple has lost a fortune in life savings after falling victim to a sophisticated act of fraud.
A Highland traveller has won a leading magazine’s 2019 UK Mountain Photo of the Year award with a dramatic winter shot of one of Britain’s most famous mountains.
There is no standing on ceremony with Lisa Kerr, even though she oversees an institution which has educated several members of the royal family.
The Met Office has issued a weather warning as snow and icy conditions are forecasted for the west Highlands and southern parts of Aberdeenshire.
A Macduff man who had been reported missing has been traced safe and well. Officers appealed to the public for their help in finding 35-year-old Michael Slater. He had been spotted on CCTV in Inverness on Thursday. Now police have confirmed he has been found safe and well.
“Dance for the sake of dancing.”
It was one of the cruellest of ironies in the aftermath of the Second World War; the tragic death of Lieutenant Colonel Ralph Garrett and his teenage son in the Highlands in 1952.
A poll has revealed the majority of locals on the Ardnamurchan peninsula would be in favour of a bridge or a tunnel replacing the current ferry shuttle service operating from Corran to Ardgour.