A senior councillor has contacted police after becoming the target of face-to-face and online abuse as a row over parking charges in a Highland town reached boiling point. Read More
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A woman has told a court she was raped twice by a former Shetland councillor nearly 30 years ago - but did not tell anyone until last summer.
Police in Caithness are appealing for information following separate break-ins at properties in Thurso.
Police in Easter Ross have issued warnings to two teenagers in connection with a fire-raising incident at Coulhill Woods in Alness at the weekend.
Highland MSP Kate Forbes hopes to encourage greater support for families with Down's Syndrome.
Residents at an Inverness nursing home have suffered poor and inconsistent care - including going to bed hungry - which left their health and wellbeing at risk, care inspectors found.
Highland Council Trading standards are urging residents to be vigilant to prevent them falling victim to a new telephone scam.
An oil worker has been airlifted to hospital after becoming unwell at sea.
A Highland tourist attraction once owned by former Harrods boss Mohammed Al Fayed has suddenly closed its doors.
A 39-year-old Inverness man was jailed for five months yesterday on a number of dishonesty charges.
Consultation has been announced on proposals for Loch Carron to become a Marine Protected Area by environment secretary Roseanna Cunningham.
Dozens of people attended a very special celebration for Lochaber woman, Mona Brown, who celebrated her 100th birthday.
Messing around with Mum, getting covered in mud and even cracking what looks like a grin - so far, so typical of most youngsters.
Scotland’s first caviar farm could be given the go-ahead today as planning permission looks likely to be approved for a firm to breed sturgeon at an Argyll site.
Walker called ‘incredibly stupid’ by mountain rescue team after he tried to scale Ben Nevis in work boots
A walker has been blasted as “incredibly stupid” by rescuers after he called for help trying to scale in thick snow and ice the UK’s highest mountain in work boots.
Highland Council's director of care and learning Bill Alexander has announced his retirement.
A new scanning system is to be installed across eight airports operated by Highlands and Islands Airports Limited (Hial) in time for the summer.
A walrus has been spotted on the Scottish mainland for the first time in more than 60 years.
The first polar bear cub to be born in the UK for 25 years and visitors at the Royal Zoological Society’s Highland Wildlife Park might get a chance to see it tomorrow.
The National Records of Scotland has released its list of names given to baby boys and girls across the country in 2017.
Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal has officially opened the Inverness’s new rugby club marking a new chapter in history for the sport in the north.
A support charity for adults with autism has been saved after funding was last night pledged by the Scottish Government and a private donor.
An Argyll village has voiced its outrage at proposals for 52 new pylons running through the local area.
A passenger train travelling at 53mph crashed into the end of a piece of rail left on a track during maintenance work on the outskirts of Inverness, a probe by a Government watchdog has found.
People are being offered the chance to build their own home on an Argyll island.
Coach operator D & E Coaches is to begin a new shuttle service to the Highlands top dolphin-spotting destination in the Black Isle in a bid to ease chronic parking congestion.
Highlands and Islands MSP David Stewart has urged drivers of heavy plant and agricultural vehicles to clean up after using the area’s roads.
A 20-year-old Dingwall man appeared in private at Inverness Sheriff Court on a charge of possessing a knife. Ryan Simpson also faced an additional charge of behaving in a threatening manner in Strathpeffer on March 18. He made no plea, was committed for further examination and remanded in custody.
A 49-year-old hotel worker who performed a bad overtaking manoeuvre to pass a lorry on the A82 near Invermoriston was fined £450 yesterday.
A wide-ranging study is to be carried out into the impact of impending bank closures across the north.
Dog owners can take advantage of a free drop-in event to improve pet security in the north.
Police are appealing for information following the theft of tractor batteries from a farm in Sutherland.
Almost 300 patients in Shetland – most of them children – have been left not knowing whether they are protected from serious disease after it emerged vaccines were stored in fridges at the wrong temperature.