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Police across the north and north-east of Scotland will soon have a more scenic beat to pound.
Communities across the UK have been warned to brace themselves for a “mini” Beast from the East this weekend.
It is an iconic destination that brings visitors from all around the world.
Nicola Sturgeon took a spin on a smoothie-making bike as she announced more than £365,000 for two green projects in the Highlands and islands.
New safety advice has been issued to parents about which applications could allow their children to communicate with other adults.
A collision between two vehicles has blocked a north east road and railway line.
Gale force winds caused major disruption across the north yesterday – as forecasters predicted plummeting temperatures and snow flurries over the weekend.
Police in Inverness have issued a warning to residents to be aware of potential bogus workmen offering gardening services and household goods for sale.
Two rare bottles of whisky - one featuring the work of pop artist Sir Peter Blake, who created the famous Sgt Pepper album cover - are set to fetch £850,000 at auction.
A child pornography “addict” who was unmasked as a sexual predator when one of his victims saw his court appearance online avoided a jail sentence yesterday.
A conservation charity in the north is aiming to raise over £20,000 as part of a fundraising appeal to increase the population of red squirrels in the north.
One of Inverness’s busiest streets was forced to close yesterday after a banner advertising an Easter egg hunt was caught by the wind and dislodged masonry.
Emergency services were called to Inverness city centre after several blocks of masonry from a building became loose.
A young refugee has revealed touching details about his new life - and warm welcome - on a Hebridean island for the first time.
Scottish musical icons, The Proclaimers, challenged to change their tune and celebrate jobs in the Highlands
International entrepreneur challenges Proclaimers to change their tune and help celebrate the hundreds of jobs created in the Highlands.
An Aberdeenshire farmer will be overrun with visitors at the weekend after inviting the public to his property to experience lambing season.
A customer has been given compensation after being hit with an excessive delivery charge while shopping on Amazon.
The controversial decision to approve a new housing development near Culloden Battlefield has been suspended, it has emerged.
An Inverness girls’ football team has made a major signing - recruiting a Scottish ladies internationalist as ambassador for the club.
A Highland builder has died suddenly following an incident at his home in Inverness.
A dumper truck worth £25,000 has been stolen from a construction site in Lochaber as work continues to improve the ‘road to the Isles’.
One of the best-known music festivals in the north has banned single-use plastic products as part of a drive to make the event environmentally-friendly.
The number of special constables in the Highlands has dropped by 35% in five years, according to new figures released by Police Scotland.
A 21-year-old Liverpool man who tried to escape from police after an Inverness house was raided in a drugs surveillance operation was jailed for 18 months yesterday.
There has been an increased use of the legal high Spice – known as the Zombie drug – at Inverness jail, according to the Chief Inspector of Prisons in Scotland.
Almost 300 inmates from across the Highlands are in jail hundreds of miles from the north because Inverness prison – one of the oldest in the country – is too small.
A 30 year-old hill walker has been airlifted off Ben Nevis after injuring his leg.
Leg-break victim who was in hospital after taking an overdose shouted and swore at nurses for refusing to amputate his leg
A leg-break victim who claimed he was in constant pain shouted and swore at nurses because they were refusing to amputate his leg.
Tributes have been paid to former Provost of Inverness William A E Fraser who died at the weekend.
Taxi drivers in the north have accused the council of endangering their livelihoods by overcharging them for licences and failing to cap the number of cabs on the streets.
A fourth year pupil at Culloden Academy in Inverness has been selected to take part in a Global STEM Alliance.
A Highlander is braving the shave in an attempt to raise vital funds for amental health charity.