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An Inverness block of flats was evacuated for more than an hour tonight after a cooking fire blazed out of control on the ground floor of the building.
A campaign to end the practice of unfair charges for the delivery of goods to the mainland Highlands has been backed by more than 12,000 people.
Visitor numbers at the Inverness Castle Viewpoint are over and above projections by almost 30%.
A 360-degree trail around Loch Ness for walkers, cyclists and horse riders could bring a huge economic boost to the Highlands.
Organisers have received “incredible feedback” from all performers at this year’s Groove Loch Ness music festival.
A group of Inverness residents have placed traffic cones on their street to stop others parking there, sparking a council offer of consultation to make it a permit zone.
Prince Charles is set to wade into the threat of alien pink salmon invading Scotland’s rivers.
The owners of the former Black Isle Wildlife Park have spoken of the “stress and upset” caused by what they say are false accusations of animal neglect.
Dramatic new views have opened up with the latest milestone in the construction of a long-awaited Inverness bypass.
A conman who posed as a clan chieftain to trick investors in a US-based £1.6million fraud has been jailed for four years.
A disabled man was left injured on the ground after the latest attack in Inverness city centre.
The Kessock lifeboat was launched at around 10.30pm on Friday night after reports of a flare being set off in the Fortrose area.
Police are appealing for help after they received reports of a young man acting suspiciously in Beauly.
Police in Inverness have thanked witnesses for their bravery after a member of an armed gang was jailed for nine years.
Weather warnings have been put in place across the north and north-east today as forecasters predict heavy rain and thunder showers.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was assaulted in Inverness city centre.
Highland Council chiefs appear to have failed in a fresh attempt to influence controversial police reforms.
An Inverness man who grabbed a two-year-old girl on a bus and began singing to her was ordered to pay the child £250 in compensation.
Police are investigating after reports of the attempted abduction of a schoolboy in Inverness.
Loved ones have rallied round a Highland League footballer who has been diagnosed with a malignant brain tumour.
A member of an armed gang who terrorised a businessman and his wife in their Inverness home was jailed for nine years yesterday.
A 43-year-old man has been arrested after police recovered class A and B drugs from a car on the A9.
An army of runners will be pounding the streets of Inverness next month in memory of a tragic Highland mum who died from a brain tumour.
They are the twin brothers who hit the headlines when they became dads on the same day.
Christmas is still 131 days away – but that has not stopped one Inverness pub getting into the festive spirit early.
Almost 130,000 people have backed a petition for the closure of the former Black Isle Wildlife Park, citing alleged animal neglect.
A football fan could face a jail sentence after throwing a flare on to the pitch at a crunch Highland derby.
Traffic queued the length of the Cromarty Bridge yesterday on the first day of a £1.5million repair project which will last half a year.
The first footage of an alien salmon spawning in UK waters has been recorded on the River Ness – sparking fears of a major threat to native species.
A motorcyclist sped on a busy Highland road unaware that he was being followed by police for several miles.
The Highlands welcomes more overnight visitors than Glasgow each year, according to a study showing the industry’s “vital impact” on local communities.
Work is progressing to transform a blaze-hit Inverness hospital into an upmarket housing development.