Prison chiefs have privately admitted there is currently "no money" available to progress plans for a new £80 million jail for the Highlands and islands. Read More
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International ballet star Carlos Acosta and his Cuban company Acosta Danza are to grace the stage at Eden Court Theatre in Inverness next year.
Prison chiefs have privately admitted there is currently "no money" available to progress plans for a new £80 million jail for the Highlands and islands.
Everyone in Highland is being asked to keep their eyes open for children at risk during the school holidays.
A snake was reportedly spotted in the hospital grounds near to Raigmore Hospital.
An appeal has been launched to trace a 16-year-old boy from Merseyside who police believe may be in the Inverness area.
INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL ADVICE ON MONEY MATTERS AROUND THE HIGHLANDS, ISLANDS & MORAY
An Inverness primary school now has its own magic bus for learning, nurturing and special projects thanks to a massive cross-community effort.
Family of Moray dad who was aboard downed MH17 flight fear they may never get justice despite murder charges
The family of a Moray dad who died after the airliner he was on was shot down over Ukraine fear they may never get justice – despite four men being charged with murder.
Plans have been lodged with Highland Council for the demolition of the 1970s additions to Inverness High School and construction of Phase 2 of the school’s refurbishment.
Oor Wullie’s Big Bucket Trail has officially been launched with a number of the amazing sculptures put in place across the north and north-east of Scotland.
Mike Cawthorne has always been used to going where the wild things are in Scotland's rugged mountain terrain.
Urgent foster care places could be created instantly by tweaking fee structure, says Highland councillor
A Highland councillor is calling on the council to change its fostering fee structure immediately - a move he says would create 25 desperately needed foster places.
Police have charged two 15-year-old boys and a 21-year-old man in connection with a disturbance in the Hilton area of the city.
An open day is to be held next week in Inverness to recognise the commitment and dedication of those who complement our armed forces by signing up as reservists.
Almost 4,000 people have died as a direct result of drinking across the north of Scotland over the past four decades.
Residents and visitors to Inverness stopped to admire Scotland’s favourite son as statues of the legendary comic character were unveiled across the city.
Airports in the north have been forced to ask the Scottish Government for a near £4 million funding lifeline to keep them operating this year.
NHS Highland has been left red-faced after a breach of confidentiality exposed the names and email addresses of nearly 40 HIV sufferers.
Two teenagers have been arrested in connection with a disturbance in Inverness that left several people injured.
As more people than ever are scammed, Stephen Walsh finds out how banks are trying to protect their customers
Oor Wullie sculptures have now taken up residency at their Inverness homes, having been strategically placed at some of the most beautiful areas in the city.
Businesses across the Highlands have spoken of their dismay following a series of opportunistic thefts from village shops, charity tins and honesty boxes.
Oor Wullie’s Big Bucket Trail gets under way as young and old sneak first peeks in Aberdeen and Inverness
Statues of Scotland's favourite schoolboy were deposited on the streets of Aberdeen and Inverness in stealthy overnight operations at the weekend, ahead of the official launch of a new nationwide trail today.
A couple have described the terrifying moment a gang of youths attacked them while shouting "stab them, stab them".
Scores of truck enthusiasts parked their huge vehicles to the banks of Loch Ness at the weekend for a festival celebrating their passion.
Several people have been injured after coming to the help of a male being assaulted by a group of youths in Inverness.
Caley Thistle have announced the death of former director Ken Thomson.
Pupils from Dalneigh primary school in Inverness yesterday celebrated the opening of their new dining hall and commercial kitchen extension.
A child with autism was removed from an Inverness primary school in the back of a police van earlier this week.
A man with a rare facial cancer which means he struggles to breathe is defying his condition by taking part in a mammoth cycling challenge.
He is one of Scotland's most iconic characters, known to comic-strip fans of all ages.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a disturbance involving a 13-year-old boy in Inverness.