A woman whose son has severe autism says they have been left two months without support from Highland Council since she was moved 35 miles away from her family in Inverness. Read More
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Parkinson’s fundraiser Leona thanks her “knights on their bikes” who helped her finish Loch Ness cycle challenge
A former PE teacher diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in her 30s has thanked three "knights on their bikes" who spurred her on to complete a gruelling cycle ride around Loch Ness at the weekend.
A number of privately operated car parks are still playing catch-up with new currency.
A 45-year-old Inverness man was jailed for three months yesterday for spitting on a police officer's face - on the same day he was released from prison.
Aberdeen has suffered the highest level of cuts to additional support needs in Scotland, with a 49% funding drop in the last four years.
A Loch Ness tourism operator has gone head-to-head with independence supporters with an online rant about nationalism.
A judge has thrown out a bigamy charge against a former airport manager who wed in Peru after hearing his "sham marriage" certificate may have been bought on the black market for $50.
A woman whose son has severe autism says they have been left two months without support from Highland Council since she was moved 35 miles away from her family in Inverness.
A 19-year-old Inverness woman who glassed a man in the face in a city nightclub has six months to prove she can be of good behaviour before sentencing.
Jobs and safety fears were raised last night over plans for air traffic controllers to run flights to the Highlands and islands from more than 100 miles away.
Superstars of the sporting world could soon be receiving treatment from a new generation of performance experts trained in the Highlands.
A Black Isle community has celebrated getting its own "treasure" back after saving a medieval church from "the point of no return".
Wild land charity the John Muir Trust is bracing itself for a massive legal bill after failing to have the plugs pulled on power company SSE's Stronelairg Windfarm scheme.
More than 90 cars were damaged in just one night on the streets of Inverness.
Rail passengers across the north of Scotland are facing disruption in travelling back from Glasgow throughout the whole summer period.
A woman who claimed she discovered her husband was a bigamist on Facebook yesterday denied that their own marriage was a sham.
Snow and wind caused travel disruption across parts of the Highlands yesterday - just days before the start of May.
An Elgin woman was caught supplying £2,750 worth of heroin for a Liverpool-based organised crime group targeting the north.
Grampian is set for an end to the wintry blasts which have enveloped the region during the past couple of days.
A 42-year-old man has been charged with vandalising more than 90 vehicles in Inverness.
Police in Inverness are appealing for members of the public to come forward following a vandalism spree in the Dalneigh area last night.
A 21-year-old man was jailed for three months for repeatedly shouting and swearing and demanding entry to an Inverness home after a family funeral, while brandishing a pair of garden shears.
Random acts of kindness from complete strangers tend to be few and far between these days.
An Inverness man with a crippling illness has imposed a "death row" sentence upon himself by deciding to end his life at a Swiss clinic in a matter of weeks.
Nearly a third of low earners in the Highlands and islands are regularly skipping meals to save money, according to a shocking new poll.
A man who secretly married another woman behind his wife's back was caught out after she spotted a picture of the couple together on Facebook, a court heard.
A partial solution has been found to retain a vital bus link for Inverness commuters on the Black Isle - but, so far, only one way.
For more than 100 years a memento from World War I has puzzled the family of a soldier from Inverness.
If there were Olympic medals for pure courage judo star Stephanie Inglis would have a sack full.
Essential road improvements could mean delays for drivers on the A9 between Inverness and Perth over the next three weeks.
More than 120 cyclists and walkers joined a friendly protest in Inverness at the weekend.
The north of Scotland is preparing for blizzard conditions this morning as a northerly wind brings in arctic air.
Nearly £13million could pour into council coffers across the north of Scotland under the Scottish Conservatives.