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The beleaguered Cairngorm mountain resort has been hit by a health and safety headache that will likely leave tows out of action as the first snow of the season arrives.
A yellow 'be aware' weather warning has been issued by the Met Office, with snow and ice forecasted for the north and north-east today.
On the fourth day of the P&J’s week-long series on funeral costs and trends in northern Scotland, Calum Ross finds out whether interest in green burial grounds has been growing.
Five board members from the local community are being sought for the Cairngorms National Park Authority board.
Work on a road which is to serve 600 new houses being built at near Oban has been condemned.
A 22-year-old “accomplished” event rider from the Highlands has died in a tragic incident on the gallops at a stable in the Scottish borders.
A Kingussie man who relapsed into alcohol abuse after losing his job was arrested after a disturbance at Smithton Villas in Inverness.
Passengers on board a minibus had a lucky escape yesterday after it went off a road on Skye.
Passengers on board a minibus had a lucky escape this afternoon after it careered into a ditch on Skye.
A young driver who skidded off the road and crashed into a sign near a primary school has been banned from driving for three months.
A man has been taken to hospital with serious injuries following a disturbance in Castletown.
A scaffolder who injured a man when horseplay went wrong has been ordered to pay his victim £2,000.
A new depute principal has been appointed to assist with the academic development of Inverness College UHI.
Crashes involving pedestrians decreasing across north and north-east, but campaigners call for further action
The number of pedestrians killed on roads across the north and north-east is declining, but safety campaigners believe more must still be done to protect people.
Former police admin assistant repays half of the £70,000 she defrauded to fund her gambling addiction
A gambling addict who worked as a police admin assistant has repaid half of the £70,000 in VAT she defrauded from HMRC.
As a child suffering from haemophilia, David Thomson was effectively banned from riding a bike for fear of the consequences of any fall or knock.
College students caught in the crossfire of a wages row between the Scottish Government and lecturers will miss out on lessons today as teaching staff go on strike.
Aberdeen has been revealed as the fly-tipping capital of northern Scotland – with residents reporting dumped waste in their gardens, streets and parks more than 20 times a day.
Bosses at a revamped Highland port have hailed the “culmination of 10 years’ work” as they yesterday welcomed the arrival of the world’s largest semi-submersible drilling rig.
On the third day of the P&J’s series on challenges and trends in the funeral sector, Calum Ross finds a dramatic rise in cremations.
Vital works to secure the water network in the village of Kingussie are now complete with developments over archaeological finds from the site expected later this year.
Skye has made it back onto one of the world’s most prestigious travel lists - despite being cited as “a place to avoid” by the same group in 2018.
Popular Inveraray Castle festival is pulled because of a lack of funding from Argyll and Bute Council
A popular festival has been cancelled, with its hostess The Duchess of Argyll criticising the local authority for its lack of funding.
Plans to keep an underwater training and dive centre as a going concern are over after a £3 million business plan has fallen through, according to the businessman behind it.
The board of David MacBrayne Limited has announced the appointment of a new group chief executive with Duncan Mackison set to take up the post at the beginning of March.
Police are appealing for information after an Audi driver fled the scene of a crash which resulted in damage being caused to a health centre in Tain.
Police in Inverness closed a city street yesterday after debris fell from the roof of a property.
He is known for a daredevil attitude and risk-taking many wouldn’t dare dream of.
Furious locals and councillors have blasted a housing developer for putting up a sales office for its controversial development near Culloden Moor without planning permission - and leaving it there after planning permission was refused.
Dozens of jobs will be created as a result of a £17million investment into a major redevelopment of a Caithness harbour.
A marine engineer who was working in Oban assaulted a member of hotel staff after trying to charge alcohol to his account.
Dalneigh residents left dismayed after Google image search uses a police van to illustrate their area
Residents of a north community have hit out after a major internet company used a picture of a crime scene to illustrate life in part of Inverness.