Highland parents who have campaigned for road safety improvements have been praised for a “relentless” campaign that has spanned nearly a decade. Read More
All Inverness Posts
Highland councillors have agreed to reduce funding to the National Mòd after their current arrangement expires next year.
Highland parents who have campaigned for road safety improvements have been praised for a “relentless” campaign that has spanned nearly a decade.
Highland Council says it has reined in its projected overspend this year and could balance the books for the first time in five years- but opposition councillors say it’s at the expense of jobs, and council staff are bearing the brunt.
Canopies removed from a north retail park after a shopper was injured by falling glass could be replaced within months.
The entrepreneur behind retail, leisure and accommodation proposals for a Highland village has made a plea to the local distillery not to fight him over the name of the development.
It’s been a much-loved institution in the centre of Inverness for more than six decades.
It is the first image from the new blockbuster film featuring Karen Gillan, who appears alongside silver screen legend Harrison Ford.
It's a word which testifies to everything that is dismal and depressing, but with a unique quality all its own.
Highland Council to consider funding bids to rejuvenate Inverness – but admit projects lack innovation after ‘running out of time’
Three projects which could rejuvenate the centre of Inverness will go head-to-head in a funding battle tomorrow.
Firefighters were called to the A96 this evening following reports of a car on fire.
INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL ADVICE ON MONEY MATTERS AROUND THE HIGHLANDS, ISLANDS & MORAY The most valuable asset to any business is its people. Without them, the business can be at serious risk of surviving in future.
A man who was found with cannabis and more than £1,300 in cash in his car has been jailed for 16 months.
Health bosses in the Highland have introduced a new system which allows pregnant women in their care to access their notes digitally.
Police investigating after cyclist taken to hospital with serious injuries following Inverness incident
Police are appealing for witnesses after a woman on her bike was seriously injured in a crash involving a van.
Police have confirmed that missing Stephanie Norman from Drumnadrochit has been found.
Strathpeffer residents are planning a facelift for their village’s historic square.
Details have emerged of a plans for trusted trader scheme by Highland Council.
UK Scouting ambassador James Ketchell visited Inverness at the weekend to talk about his incredible life as a world adventurer.
Plastic waste could soon be used to build roads in northern Scotland after local transport chiefs agreed to trial the pioneering technique.
Safety fears have been raised after local roads authorities admitted there are 10,000 potholes scattered across routes in the north and north-east.
Hundreds lined the streets of Inverness tonight as a torchlight procession along Stephens Brae marked the beginning of the city’s annual Christmas light switch-on event.
Police are appealing for help to trace a 40-year-old Highland woman.
Four people were safely evacuated from a burning house in the Highlands.
Health experts have issued a food safety warning after 20 tonnes of salmon went missing in the aftermath of a road crash.
Dunrobin Castle distillery ready to launch – if investor can pledge £6 million to kick-start production
The entrepreneurs behind a new distillery planned for a 700-year-old castle have have pulled together a team of top noses and blenders from the whisky world to produce the perfect dram.
A long serving housing officer of the Highland Council has been recognised by the local authority after scooping their coveted Employee of the Year award.
The SNP have retained their seat in Highland Council’s Inverness Central ward by a large margin.
Highland Council will take on the licensing of public theatre performances after the repeal of the Theatres Act in 2021.
A Highland-based paramedic has been struck-off from the ambulance service for a catalogue of unprofessional behaviour including foul language, aggressive behaviour and poor clinical performance.
A historic landmark on an ancient Highland battlefield has been sealed off for repair amid concerns it is coming under increased pressure from visitor numbers.
Highland Council has announced a funding shortfall for the controversial My Ness river art project in Inverness, sparking fury among some city councillors.
A charity promoting the archaeological landscape of Caithness has been awarded £180,000 towards the conservation of an important Iron Age broch.