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Police have confirmed that missing Highland teenager Lucy Lansdell has been traced.
An Inverness thief and drug addict had his sentence deferred until next month for a final assessment for an addiction treatment order.
An Easter Ross man who had been under a court order not to approach or contact his ex-partner defied the ban and frightened her, a court heard yesterday.
A Highland charity which supports children with special needs and their families has blasted Highland Council for teacher cuts.
A window cleaner has gone on trial accused of sexually assaulting an 87-year-old dementia sufferer - after offering her a sensual massage.
A retired accountant has been accused of causing the death of a pensioner friend in a fatal smash.
The Scottish Government has been urged to ban fracking after the publication of a legal opinion indicating that it is within the power of MSPs to do so.
Around 1,000 people marched through the Highland city yesterday in support of Scotland's independence.
A 37-year-old Inverness man who threatened to stab his ex-partner in the eyes was ordered to carry out 108 hours of unpaid community work yesterday.
With the Northern Lights visible to see tonight, here is our amateurs guide to photographing the famous aurora borealis.
A blackmailer who was jailed after posing as an amorous young woman online to entrap men and a schoolboy was found to have footage of him raping a man on his phone.
Police in Inverness are appealing for information following reports of a man acting indecently within Culloden Woods.
Police have renewed their appeal for information following an indecent assault in Inverness earlier this month.
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The demolition of a former city centre store - paving the way for a new housing development - is near completion.
A row has erupted over the controversial £240,000 art project on the River Ness getting the go ahead despite growing opposition - and an online petition signed by more than 1,000 people.
Cocaine with a street value of around £60,000 has been recovered in Inverness following searches of a vehicle and a property in the city.
The fastest woman to cycle round the world and a Commonwealth mountain biker - who is pretty speedy herself - will share tales of their endurance adventures at a Loch Ness Etape event.
One of the world's most famous plays will be unveiled in Aberdeen this week.
Seizures of hard drugs in Scotland have risen dramatically leading to calls for the Scottish Government to declare a public health emergency.
A second Pride march in support of the LGBT community in the Highlands is to be held in Inverness this summer.
Long-term reliance on migrant workers has been a “sticking plaster” for labour shortages across Scotland’s farms, MPs heard today.
The new Highland health chief has pledged a three-pronged approach to tackle the crisis-hit authority – with the bullying scandal at the top of his agenda.
Cops in the US continue to carry out inquiries to locate a missing Inverness busker after ruling out that a body discovered along the coast from his last known location belonged to him.
Carers and representatives gathered yesterday at the Caledonian Stadium in Inverness to mark the beginning of Kinship Care Week.
A woman told police she thought she would black out as her partner seized her by the neck in their Inverness home.
A thief’s drunken break-in to his neighbourhood shop was filmed on CCTV and it enabled police to arrest the culprit shortly afterwards.
Police and partner agencies in Skye & Lochalsh are reminding landowners about their rights and responsibilities if burning vegetation during muirburn.
Hundreds of motoring enthusiasts took part in a car cruise at the weekend in memory of a city crash victim.
A long-standing Highland charity sheepdog trial attracted dozens of competitors from across the country at the weekend – raising hundreds of pounds in aid of a local animal shelter.
Motoring enthusiasts will host a car cruise in the city today in memory of Shaun Allan who was killed in a crash last year.
Staff at Raigmore Hospital are attempting to clock up almost 900 miles in memory of a brave youngster.