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A heartbroken couple have won a legal battle against NHS Highland after their daughter died from a brain tumour two months following an all-clear.
Councillors have granted funding towards establishing a community development manager's post in Dornoch.
Sutherland has enjoyed another boom year for tourism according to early figures coming in to Highland Council’s tourism department.
Highland Council’s Sutherland County committee has a new chairman.
A three-year project is under way to take stock of the rich culture of Badenoch & Strathspey and put it at the centre of the area’s future tourism and economic development.
Police Scotland yesterday launched an appeal for information following an incident where a man exposed himself in an Inverness cafe.
A man flooded his own flat to make it uninhabitable because he wanted a move to a better property.
An accountancy graduate who became infatuated with a co-worker continuously sent her unwanted letters and parcels.
A football fanatic is looking for suggestions for his second book - on non-league football fields throughout the north.
He survived the brutal Arctic convoys, was Firemaster of the Highlands and Islands Fire Brigade for nine years and introduced Highland games to Moscow.
Police Scotland have launched an appeal for information following an incident where a man is reported to have behaved indecently in an Inverness cafe.
Inverness man turned up for work drunk and drove away in work van when colleagues threatened to report him to his boss
A Tesco maintenance engineer who turned up for work drunk drove away in his work van when his colleagues threatened to report him to his boss.
Isles MP Angus MacNeil has laid an Early Day Motion (EDM) before parliament on the centenary of the Iolaire tragedy.
Two Highland Council employees have been honoured for their outstanding work at Highland Council’s Quality Awards event in the Inverness Townhouse.
A Black Isle nurse who has battled to overcome family grief and personal illness for almost two years has embarked on the project of her dreams.
Theresa May is today braced for a showdown with senior ministers over her Brexit divorce deal after negotiators secured a major breakthrough last night.
Two Wester Ross brothers who created a disturbance outside a friend's house will be sentenced next month.
Collapsed ceilings, leaking roofs and falling fences have been recorded among 19 safety failings at north and north-east schools in the last two years.
Stagecoach North Scotland today announced the extension of their timetable consultation to Monday 19th November with the addition of four public events.
An Inverness chef who damaged a neighbour's car with a sledgehammer in a drunken rage was jailed for 12 months yesterday.
Lifeline flights at airports across the Highlands and Islands could be grounded over Christmas by a threat of strike action from air traffic controllers over a pay dispute.
This year’s Christmas lights switch-on in the Highland capital promises plenty of fun and enchantment.
The design of a key building on the Caledonian Canal at Inverness has been unveiled in plans lodged with Highland Council.
A brown suitcase could be the missing clue in the 42-year-old mystery disappearance of a Highland housewife and her young son.
A day of Remembrance services across the Highlands and Islands yesterday served as a powerful reminder of war and of those who had fallen.
Police have launched an investigation into the sudden death of a man in Inverness.
Hollywood A-lister Karen Gillan has made a public pledge to do what she can to support a Highland mental health charity after launching her new film in Inverness on Thursday evening.
An early morning blaze brought a busy Inverness street to a halt yesterday during rush hour.
A controversial housing development in Aviemore has been given the final go-ahead by the Cairngorm National Park Authority (CPNA), to furious reaction from local groups.
A north farm is to move lock, stock and barrel across the road to accommodate the dualling of the A9.
Highland Council has pledged to build a minimum of 500 new homes each year for the next five years.
A woman born just days before the end of the First World War celebrated her 100th birthday, putting her longevity down to “not eating porridge” and “keeping busy”.