A fresh row is brewing over development on Culloden Moor as Highland Council planners have recommended to approve an application to redevelop a 19th century steading into a luxury home. Read More
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A 28-year-old woman has admitted stealing from pensioners.
A major step towards easing traffic congestion in Inverness could be implemented in the next year as Transport Scotland presses ahead with its East Link scheme.
A fresh row is brewing over development on Culloden Moor as Highland Council planners have recommended to approve an application to redevelop a 19th century steading into a luxury home.
Stagecoach billionaire Dame Ann Gloag has signalled another attempt to develop her Highland estate by lodging early plans for visitor accommodation near Beauly.
Highland councillors yesterday voted to defer a planning application by Scottish Hydro Electric Transmission (Shet) for a substation near Lairg because of the poor quality of the visualisations.
Highland roads are showing a 10% decrease in condition in the past five years, it has emerged in a Highland Council review of corporate risks.
People in Inverness are being encouraged to get a free health check with the arrival of a mobile liver screening roadshow.
Everyone is invited to get “snap happy” and enter the 2020 Victorian Market calendar competition.
Detailed plans have been revealed for the new Highland Council ferry terminal in Uig.
Revised plans for a wind farm near Lairg have been tabled, four years after being rejected by the Scottish Government.
A witness has told an inquiry of the "anguish" he suffered as he realised he may not have been alone in suffering sexual abuse while at a Highland school.
A man has been charged with murdering Renee Macrae and her three-year-old son Andrew.
‘He took the life of his daughter in the most horrendous of circumstances’: Police acknowledge conviction of Highland father
Police have acknowledged the conviction of a Highland father who today admitted killing his three-week-old daughter.
Highland councillors will convene today for a special meeting to discuss three energy infrastructure developments of national importance proposed for the region.
A teenage father who inflicted fatal injuries on his three-week-old daughter searched the internet for “what happens when a newborn is shaked hard”.
Police charge man over disappearance of Inverness mum Renee Macrae and her son Andrew more than 40 years ago
A 77-year-old man has been charged in connection with the disappearance of Renee Macrae and her son Andrew more than four decades ago.
Jimmy Savile was allowed to "roam freely" in the boys' dormitories of a Catholic school in the Highlands, an inquiry heard yesterday.
Patrons of Inverness’s Castle Restaurant have spoken of their delight as the popular city centre eatery prepares to reopen for business.
Global Energy’s plans for a new quay and lay down area at Nigg have been approved by Highland councillors.
Fans were left disappointed earlier this year when it was revealed the Highland capital's Castle Restaurant was to be replaced by a fish and chip shop.
I’d like to be in an anatomy class with Professor Alice Roberts.
A 21-year-old Inverness man who tried to butt a detective before spitting at him was jailed for five months yesterday.
The NHS has launched a campaign to encourage more people to talk about their feelings after new figures revealed how many people in the north and north-east who took their own lives last year.
For aficionados of Inverness's Castle Restaurant, the news couldn't be better.
A unique partnership has been launched as Inverness Caledonian Thistle committed to having the full complement of their 200 staff trained and ready to deliver vital lifesaving skills by Lucky2BHere.
Paper boys and girls across the north and north-east are being recognised as part of an annual celebration of their work.
A drunken meeting between friends ended in violence when a group of teenagers met in an Inverness park.
The Highland Council administration has offered the Scottish Government "a pen to sign the cheque" to speed up the process of allocating the funds devolved from the Crown Estate Scotland.
Developers are eyeing up sites in the Inverness area to build up to 5,000 houses.
An Inverness primary school has had a class cut and lost a teacher less than a month into the new term, sparking deep concern within the school community.
Highland’s largest community council is splitting into two in a bid to better represent its expanding population.
All ten of the Oor Wullie statues placed around Inverness have been given a final pampering ahead of their farewell event to be hosted in the city's Falcon Square.