Highland councillors have thrown out an application for a hotel on a well-known site in the centre of Inverness, amid claims that the design is a throwback to the 1960s. Read More
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NHS Highland social workers removed round the clock care for Dingwall man Ron Fraser despite the health board’s own assessment that 24-hour assistance is needed, it has emerged.
Cromarty has received the seal of approval for a purpose-built cinema and business hub.
Unite the union has today raised serious health and safety concerns after being told of working dangerously long hours at the North Division of the Scottish Ambulance Service (SAS).
Police in Inverness are appealing for information after a number of vehicles were damaged in a fire in the Tannery Court area of the city.
A thousand young people will take to the stage to sing an inspirational Gaelic song during a celebration of young musicians at a unique event in Inverness.
A north-east MP whose constituency could be removed by massive new proposed boundary changes has said he does not detect a “huge appetite” for a shake-up.
A paralysed man has been left clinically depressed after his 24-hour care package was suddenly removed- leaving him “in pain, degradation and misery”.
A prominent Highland journalist who worked with the Press and Journal and was also a highly successful football manager has died at the age of 86.
Young people are increasingly self-harming and feeling suicidal because they are too “coddled” at school, a senior cleric has warned.
Toilet campaigner welcomes ‘constructive’ phone call from Highland Council leader after being subjected to verbal attack
The Kinlochbervie woman who bore the brunt of a verbal attack last week by the leader of the Highland Council on her community’s campaign to save their public toilets from closure said a subsequent phone call from the council leader was welcome and "constructive".
The last sea-going coal-fired steam puffer made a call to the Highlands this weekend.
It’s feared that dozens of people in the north and north-east have died waiting for an organ transplant since 2013, according to new NHS figures.
The cancellation of the winter service of the hugely popular Harry Potter train for maintenance has been slammed.
Police have issued an appeal for information to trace a 45-year-old man reported missing from the Garthdee area of Aberdeen.
Motorists and commuters are to be hit with a double whammy of traffic chaos in Inverness as two major routes are to be closed for roadworks.
Sentence deferred for Nairn teenager who brandished piece of wood at man he thought was climbing into his garden
A Nairn teenager who brandished a piece of wood at a man he thought was climbing in to his garden with a similar weapon had his sentence further deferred yesterday.
Several motorists had a lucky escape following a three car smash near the Kessock Bridge.
A man who caused £50,000 worth of damage after setting fire to a Red Cross emergency vehicle escaped a jail sentence yesterday.
Staff shortages caused chaos for train passengers as Scotrail had to scrap services across the north and north-east yesterday morning.
Kinlochbervie protesters were left shell-shocked yesterday after their efforts to protect their toilets from closure were dismissed in scathing terms by Highland Council’s leader.
A man accused of scaling 200 feet up a Highland TV mast and holding police at bay for around 12 hours appeared in court with his arm in a sling yesterday.
An opportunity to explore and delve into the history and making of medieval coins is to take place in the Highlands.
A charity which has been helping ease social isolation for Inverness’ elderly for nearly 20 years has launched an appeal for the next flurry of kind-hearted volunteers to join its ranks.
There were a few raised eyebrows when a diminutive youngster started parading her skills during a mini football tournament alongside the boys in Aberdeen in 2001.
Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) has awarded a contract that will see the design and construction of a new public transport bridge linking the Inverness Campus with the city’s retail and business Park.
Summer has ended with a perfect swarm - an unusual third hatch of midges.
The worlds of art and shinty have collaborated to produce a project aimed at celebrating the culture and heritage of one of Scotland’s oldest sports.
A landslip next to the A9 near Helmsdale has sparked community fears that Caithness and north Sutherland could be completely cut off.
The multi-million-pound upgrade of Aberdeen and Inverness rail stations is to begin soon.
The Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry is to turn its attention to the historic Fort Augustus Abbey when it had been run by Benedictine monks.
A total of 38 drivers were stopped for speeding near to two primary schools in Inverness - with one motorists caught doing almost twice the limit in a 20mph zone.
Work on a new £34 million surgical hospital in Inverness will get under way next year – and a nationwide plan to tackle long health waiting times will be published this month.