An Angry father whose teenage son died in a horror level crossing crash has said a decade-long delay in making safety improvements at the scene is "ridiculous". Read More
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An Angry father whose teenage son died in a horror level crossing crash has said a decade-long delay in making safety improvements at the scene is "ridiculous".
Transport chiefs have warned that plans for a new £66million jail in Inverness could clog up two busy city roundabouts.
The north's most deprived communities have been promised their say in an ambitious project to tackle poverty.
The Inverness City Region Deal is starting to deliver according to Highland Council's infrastructure director.
JA 37-year-old man from Inverness has been charged in connection with an alleged careless driving incident at a junction off the north's busiest road.
A Culloden man who downloaded over 1,600 indecent images and videos of children had sentence deferred for a background report until August 10.
When he died, his family paid tribute to his colourful personality and wonderful smile.
Conquering the digital divide could be transformational for Highland residents, according to a senior council official.
Community leaders are hailing the unveiling of long-awaited plans for a major expansion and upgrade of an overcrowded and ageing Inverness school.
An Inverness care home has received a "weak" inspection report which highlights a number of infection control and safety issues.
Two teenagers who heard a man talk about having a "taser" and three knuckledusters immediately reported the conversation to a nearby police station.
A man has died following an incident at an Inverness car park.
Moves are being stepped up to strengthen economic links with Inverness' twin city, Augsburg, Bavaria.
A man has been seriously injured after an incident near an Inverness car park.
Projects in Inverness will receive a share of nearly £4million in lottery funding being shared with 500 grounds around Scotland today.
Residents of Inverness are being urged to seize a phenomenal opportunity" and help shape a new art installation on the shores of the River Ness.
Three drivers have been caught speeding at more than 100mph as police clamp down on dangerous motorists.
Hundreds of nursery and primary school children are set to benefit from a radical new scheme to help combat poverty in the Highlands.
Prince Edward visited a primary school and community groups in a packed tour of a Black Isle village yesterday.
A "misguided attempt at flattery" cost a Northern Ireland electrical engineer a £540 fine at Inverness Sheriff Court yesterday.
A man has been reported to the procurator fiscal for allegedly speeding at 114mph on the A96 between Inverness and Nairn.
Parishioners had a glimpse of the future yesterday with the unveiling of ambitious plans to transform their Highland church.
Council chiefs are maintaining pressure on Scottish Government ministers to scrap the proposed switch of the police control room in Inverness to Dundee.
Future election duty could prove a winner with Highland Council staff, who may get an extra half day off as a reward.
Community leaders have urged residents to attend a public meeting tonight to discuss a controversial 100-home proposal for a Highland village amid concerns of over-development, flood risk and habitat loss.
Finance chiefs have revealed Highland Council is facing a funding black hole of between £130million and £187million.
Plans have been approved for new seating outside an Italian eatery which will replace two controversial public benches in Inverness city centre.
Work will start within weeks to create a new suburb of Inverness in a development that will create thousands of jobs.
A last-ditch attempt by Highland Council's leader to avert the closure of the police control room in Inverness appears to have failed.
A Highland widow fought back tears yesterday as she received a posthumous medal on behalf of her husband who died while serving with the Army in Northern Ireland.
A 'very evil' rapist who sexually assaulted eight of his fellow pupils at a school for the blind faces a possible life sentence.
A 48-year-old Inverness woman appeared in private at Inverness Sheriff Court on a charge of assault with a knife.