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A north academic who has helped police to catch sexual predators has revealed her own experience of abuse as a child.
The Christian charity Blythswood yesterday unveiled a brand new premise on Glebe Street in Inverness that will house its shop and foodbank, aimed at serving the needs of those who require it most.
A Highland Council internal audit has revealed a catalogue of problems over the use of council credit cards by employees.
A north-east man who was missing for nearly two weeks has been traced safe and well.
A blackmailer was jailed for four years and four months yesterday after posing as an amorous young woman online to entrap men and a schoolboy.
Aberdeen has come out tops in a list of the happiest and “most vibrant” places to live in Scotland.
An Inverness missionary has been sent an offensive package after he led a petition against next month’s proposed gay pride march through the city.
The owner of dog who was left needing emergency treatment after being pierced by a stray fishing hook has urged other dog walkers to be careful when walking their pets.
Storm Ali caused disruption across swathes of the north yesterday as motorists, rail and ferry passengers were hit.
The main rail route south from Inverness was cut off yesterday after the derailment of a freight train at 1.40am just outside Inverness.
A 20ft minke whale has died on a Highland beach despite the desperate efforts of rescuers.
LIVE UPDATES: Trains cancelled between Inverness and the central belt as Storm Ali sweeps across the north and north-east
A freight train derailed near Inverness as Storm Ali sweeps across the north and north-east of Scotland.
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Highland councillors have thrown out an application for a hotel on a well-known site in the centre of Inverness, amid claims that the design is a throwback to the 1960s.
The proposed development of a derelict former tourist information centre on the outskirts of Inverness has been warmly welcomed by local councillors.
Flood-hit towns and villages across the north and north-east have had their defences bolstered following the launch of a £420million warning scheme.
Police have today released CCTV images of the last sighting of missing Aberdeen man Wayne MacMillan as searches continue to trace him.
The north and north-east of Scotland is expected to be battered by high winds and heavy rain tomorrow as the first named storm of the season arrives.
A teenager has described the moment his friends forced their way into a burning building to check if anyone was trapped inside.
The National Trust of Scotland is hosting a free open day for Culloden residents to thank them for their support.
Highland Council’s new chief executive is East Lothian-born Donna Manson, currently children’s services director in the Borders.
Travellers to the islands of Harris and North Uist face more days of disruption after a stricken cargo vessel took refuge in Tarbert harbour at the weekend.
It sounds like something from a science fiction story.
An American couple who have been battling deportation from their Inverness home have told how they were “in tears” when an immigration judge said they could stay in the UK.
Police in Inverness are appealing for information after a property was significantly damaged by fire-raising at the weekend.
A decades-old spruce in the heart of Scotland’s whisky country is among the contenders to be named the Woodland Trust’s Tree of the Year.
A popular tourist attraction in Inverness is reaching new heights after welcoming 50,000 visitors in less than two years.
Early plans for a possible 111-home development close to Inverness will go before Highland councillors for comment next week.
It is one of the most famous names in Scotland and has been appended to bus and train stations, libraries and art galleries as far afield as the United States and Australia.
An SNP MSP has called on the Scottish Government to hold a consultation on the proposed introduction of a “tourist tax” in the Highlands.
NHS Highland has advertised four top doctor posts - each worth around £100,000-a-year – for the Belford Hospital in Fort William.
Four Highland war memorials have received national awards in Legion Scotland’s 2018 campaign.