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A body was found yesterday during a search for an elderly man missing from his home.
Police are currently searching an area around Clachnaharry Locks, to the north of Inverness, for a missing 84-year-old man.
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Highland Council’s budget woes worsened yesterday as care and learning reported a huge increase in its projected overspend.
A church on the east side of Inverness may be in line for a £600,000 transformation.
Multi-million pound plans have been unveiled to quadruple production at an Inverness barley malting plant which supplies the country’s whisky distilleries – sparking a jobs boom to the area.
A quirky new tourist service will take to the streets of the Highland capital this coming season- on three wheels.
Highland councillors are in positive mode after a two day intensive seminar tackling the council’s ever-deepening budget challenge and looking at new ways of doing things.
Potentially life-saving equipment will be handed out to Scots at risk of contracting a disease on the hills, the Scottish Government has confirmed.
Harsh weather conditions sweeping across the city have left the Caledonian Canal’s new floating hotel stranded for a week– stalling its first voyage on the open sea.
Highland Council’s budget leader has given the P&J exclusive insight into the radical changes the local authority is making to deal with a funding shortfall of more than £30million this year, and further cuts anticipated in the coming years.
A marine expert is to speak about battling environmental waste in seas and oceans in Inverness next month.
Met Office forecast predicts further snow showers and plunging temperatures for the north and north-east
There are further snow showers expected in parts of the north and north-east of Scotland today after the region woke up to difficult travel condition this morning.
The snow and ice that hit the north and north-east overnight caused a spate of collisions and transport delays this morning.
Colleges around the north-east reported disruption yesterday as scores of lecturers set-up picket lines at their entrances and more lobbied outside the Scottish Parliament demanding fairer pay.
Owners of a new Inverness care home are under fire for planning to name it Culloden House – despite it being miles from the historic battlefield.
The beleaguered Cairngorm mountain resort has been hit by a health and safety headache that will likely leave tows out of action as the first snow of the season arrives.
A yellow 'be aware' weather warning has been issued by the Met Office, with snow and ice forecasted for the north and north-east today.
On the fourth day of the P&J’s week-long series on funeral costs and trends in northern Scotland, Calum Ross finds out whether interest in green burial grounds has been growing.
A Kingussie man who relapsed into alcohol abuse after losing his job was arrested after a disturbance at Smithton Villas in Inverness.
Inverness man threatened to burn down a charity shop after staff refused to take back a TV he bought there
An attempt to return a faulty TV without proof of purchase prompted a threat to burn down a charity shop.
A new depute principal has been appointed to assist with the academic development of Inverness College UHI.
Bakers in the north and north-east been declared among the best purveyors of savoury snacks in all of Scotland.
College students caught in the crossfire of a wages row between the Scottish Government and lecturers will miss out on lessons today as teaching staff go on strike.
Aberdeen has been revealed as the fly-tipping capital of northern Scotland – with residents reporting dumped waste in their gardens, streets and parks more than 20 times a day.
On the third day of the P&J’s series on challenges and trends in the funeral sector, Calum Ross finds a dramatic rise in cremations.
Disgruntled rail passengers faced yet another Monday morning with travel disruption after a string of train cancellations.
Union bosses have welcomed moves by health chiefs to put in measures to protect porters at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness who are dealing with clinical waste – including extra staff.
Furious locals and councillors have blasted a housing developer for putting up a sales office for its controversial development near Culloden Moor without planning permission - and leaving it there after planning permission was refused.
Dalneigh residents left dismayed after Google image search uses a police van to illustrate their area
Residents of a north community have hit out after a major internet company used a picture of a crime scene to illustrate life in part of Inverness.
As part of the P&J’s week-long series on the challenges grieving families face when a loved one dies, Calum Ross today investigates the soaring cost of funerals.
PoppyScotland is to launch a new service to help veterans negotiate the welfare system.