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Inverness is getting its first representative on the hit reality show Love Island as a 24-year-old personal trainer enters the villa tonight.
Stereophonics are heading to the Highlands for a major outdoor show this summer.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Plans to demolish woodland to create homes at a "high quality nature site" in the Cairngorms have been thrown out.
They developed into the Fab Four; the most famous group in pop music history.
The Inverness Interfaith Group is commemorating this year's Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD)at Inverness Town House on Monday January 27.
Two Inverness schools will have their rolls capped for the next school year, Highland Council has announced.
NHS Highland is looking to bring in two independent services to support its staff in the wake of the Sturrock report into bullying in the organisation.
Inverness man to learn his fate after being found guilty of brandishing a knife and assaulting a police officer
A 34-year-old Inverness man is facing a lengthy jail sentence after being found guilty by a jury’s majority of possessing a knife and a sustained assault on a police constable.
A health worker who battled two life changing illnesses is to trek across China in aid of sick children in the north.
A six-figure project to renew the water network throughout Nairnside, near Inverness, will commence its next phase on Monday.
Highland Council has been told to get on with making budget savings and improve its poor service performance, particularly in education.
The north's main theatre is to get a share of a £19million Government pot funded by assets seized from criminals.
Permission has been granted for a row of three houses in Dingwall, despite local objections.
Residents of a Skye township shed tears of emotion in Highland Council chamber yesterday as they defended their coastline against a proposed fish farm- and tears of joy when councillors finally refused to grant the development.
A north man who found his partner naked in bed with one of his friends and attacked them both was yesterday jailed for 45 months
A police dog’s bite stopped a violent attack on a constable after five blows of “unprecedented force” and three incapacitant sprays failed to stop his assailant, a court heard.
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Michael Matheson was yesterday urged to postpone Highlands and Islands air traffic control centralisation amid warnings the move will damage remote economies.
New scheme launched as police reveal more than 40 people with dementia have been reported missing in the past year in the Highlands
More than 40 people with dementia were reported missing in the Highlands last year.