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Police and paramedics in the Highlands are joining forces for the first time this Christmas to form a rapid response team on the busiest nights of the year.
Highland Council’s leader says she will give it her “best shot” to reverse RBS’s decision to close a raft of branches across the north, as she called on the UK Government for help.
Several north councillors have backed early plans to introduce a “tourist tax” which would help cope with soaring visitor numbers.
A school bus driver has been sacked after a four-year-old boy was found wandering about on his own in Inverness.
A company director accused of driving dangerously and causing a canal boat to fall off his trailer will stand trial next year.
A Celtic fan who missed his team’s Champions League match with Paris St Germain because he had sung an IRA song at a football match was allowed to continue supporting his team by a Sheriff.
Caley Thistle have dismissed concerns raised by two former chairmen that the club is being forced to accept a deal from Tulloch Homes or risk becoming insolvent.
Finance secretary Derek Mackay is expected to reveal the Budget at 2pm. Here Highland Council leader Margaret Davidson speaks ahead of the announcement.
GP recruitment has stalled or slid backwards in most of the north and north-east, despite soaring numbers of medical staff elsewhere in Scotland.
Dog owners across the Highlands are being reminded of their responsibilities in a bid to prevent fear to fellow residents and their pets.
Loganair has announced new air services for Inverness, Shetland, Orkney and the Western Isles next year – with links to England and Norway.
More than one in five schoolchildren living in the north and north-east is at risk of becoming overweight or obese.
A drugs courier caught with £29,000 worth of heroin at Inverness Bus Station has been jailed for two years.
Highland Council have given the green light for almost 800 new homes on the Inverness West Link distributor road just one day after it was opened.
Motorists and residents are being warned to expect more icy conditions as the cold snap in the north continues.
Missing toilet doors and a lack of air conditioning are among the latest issues to blight Inverness Royal Academy.
A ‘Jekyll and Hyde’ style crook who repeatedly raped and physically assaulted two women has been jailed for eight years.
UK Government ministers have been warned their “feet will be held to the fire” after they pledged to review excessive delivery fees to the north of Scotland.
Police in Inverness are appealing for information following two separate housebreakings in the city.
Plans are progressing to create a ground-breaking £2million centre of excellence for digital agriculture and animal health in Inverness.
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for ice as bus services are hit by the wintry conditions.
The £55m West Link bypass in Inverness was officially opened yesterday by city Provost Helen Carmichael and two local primary school children.
Wintry conditions are set to continue into the weekend across the north-east, according to the Met Office.
A new report has revealed there are more puppy farms operating in Aberdeenshire than anywhere else in the north of Scotland.
The wintry conditions are set to continue according to the latest warning from the Met Office.
Scotland is set for more freezing temperatures this morning after Dalwhinnie became the coldest place in the UK when the mercury plunged to -12.4C.
Holm Mills Bridge is to become the city's centre of attention as the crossing gets set to be unveiled tomorrow.
More than 18,000 homes were left without power at some stage as Storm Caroline raged across the north.
Multimillion-pound plans to build a new primary school and nursery in Inverness – and refurbish the existing Victorian building into a modern family centre – were unveiled to the public yesterday.
Following a day of travel chaos, schools closed and high winds, north and north-east commuters found themselves battling snowy conditions this morning.
A ferry was involved in a collision with another vessel while trying to dock in extreme weather conditions yesterday as Storm Caroline wreaked havoc across the north.
Snow has hit the north of Scotland causing a score of schools to close their doors.