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An appeal for information has been launched after a woman was assaulted in the Kenneth Street area of Inverness.
Travellers and residents across the north are being warned of potential major disruption today as Storm Hector sweeps in from the Atlantic.
A 59-year-old fencer from Inverness has returned home with a silver medal after beating off tough competition at the British veterans fencing championships.
Plans have been submitted for a new auction house at an industrial unit at Inverness Airport.
The UK Government refused calls to give extra cash to Aberdeen and Inverness during behind-the-scenes talks that led to City Region Deals, it has been claimed.
The former Scottish Agricultural College at Drummond Hill in Inverness is to be converted into a residential development with a mix of flats, detached houses, cottages and affordable housing.
A blind man walking 1,000 miles to raise awareness of raising funding into eye research will reach Inverness today on his journey to John O’Groats.
New figures have revealed that the number of casualties on roads across Scotland has dropped to its lowest ever level.
The Scottish Government has overturned a decision by councillors to refuse plans for a new Chinese takeaway in the centre of Inverness.
Packs of wolves could be reintroduced to the Highlands in fenced-in reserves to cut deer numbers and allow nature to recover from over-grazing, according to new research.
One of Inverness’s most deprived areas is to have a new ‘education campus’ in plans approved by Highland councillors yesterday.
A charity fundraising event turned violent when a motorist was accused of driving too fast down a narrow lane past walkers, Inverness Sheriff Court heard yesterday.
Highland Council has appointed transport consultants to prepare design options to improve the Riverside Way in Inverness.
Winds up to 70 mph are expected across north and north-east as the Met Office issued a yellow weather warning.
A new video released by Transport Scotland gives a fly through visualisation on the A9 dualling between Tomatin and Moy.
A probe is being carried out after the discovery of a body, believed to be in a toilet used by visitors, at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness.
A missing Inverness psychiatric patient who stabbed a grandmother in her home was detained in hospital without limit of time yesterday.
Police are appealing for witnesses in the search for a missing woman from Ullapool.
Police are appealing for witnesses to a two-car crash at Dalwhinnie which left a pensioner in hospital with serious injuries.
A Ballater shopkeeper has vowed to stop cars driving through the village high street to protect retailers if it is hit by flash flooding today.
Thousands gathered at Pittodrie Stadium in Aberdeen tonight to celebrate the life of Gothenburg Great Neale Cooper.
More than 100 "exceptional" Scots from fields including science, sport, education and business have been recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours List.
A yellow weather warning has been issued across the north of Scotland for heavy thunderstorms tomorrow.
The family of a “kind-hearted” north oil worker have been left heartbroken after he died from contracting malaria while working in west Africa.
The Kessock Bridge, linking Inverness with the Black Isle, is to undergo a major check-up on the steelwork under its carriageway.
Two young men from Ullapool are to cycle the length of the UK to raise funds for charity – wearing dresses.
Police are appealing for assistance to help trace a man and young girl who were in the Bellfield Road area of Inverness at around 6.30pm yesterday evening.
A heavily-criticised Inverness nursing home – served with an improvement notice yesterday by inspectors – is to close.
An Argyll children’s shinty coach has warned that his club could be forced to fold after it was barred from school competitions under a rule introduced by the Camanachd Association.
This is the first look at the new critical care ward at Raigmore Hospital, with health bosses pledging it will bring high quality care to patients and visitors as part of a £28million upgrade.
An RAF veteran from Elgin is aiming to complete the North Coast 500 in just four days in memory of his father who battled motor neurone disease.
Released prisoners are “routinely” taken to food banks to help them cope with benefit delays, ministers have been told.