Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal has officially opened the Inverness’s new rugby club marking a new chapter in history for the sport in the north. Read More
All Inverness Posts
An Inverness girls’ football team has made a major signing - recruiting a Scottish ladies internationalist as ambassador for the club.
A Highland builder has died suddenly following an incident at his home in Inverness.
A dumper truck worth £25,000 has been stolen from a construction site in Lochaber as work continues to improve the ‘road to the Isles’.
One of the best-known music festivals in the north has banned single-use plastic products as part of a drive to make the event environmentally-friendly.
The number of special constables in the Highlands has dropped by 35% in five years, according to new figures released by Police Scotland.
A 21-year-old Liverpool man who tried to escape from police after an Inverness house was raided in a drugs surveillance operation was jailed for 18 months yesterday.
There has been an increased use of the legal high Spice – known as the Zombie drug – at Inverness jail, according to the Chief Inspector of Prisons in Scotland.
Almost 300 inmates from across the Highlands are in jail hundreds of miles from the north because Inverness prison – one of the oldest in the country – is too small.
A 30 year-old hill walker has been airlifted off Ben Nevis after injuring his leg.
Leg-break victim who was in hospital after taking an overdose shouted and swore at nurses for refusing to amputate his leg
A leg-break victim who claimed he was in constant pain shouted and swore at nurses because they were refusing to amputate his leg.
Tributes have been paid to former Provost of Inverness William A E Fraser who died at the weekend.
Taxi drivers in the north have accused the council of endangering their livelihoods by overcharging them for licences and failing to cap the number of cabs on the streets.
A fourth year pupil at Culloden Academy in Inverness has been selected to take part in a Global STEM Alliance.
A Highlander is braving the shave in an attempt to raise vital funds for amental health charity.
A Scottish mental health charity is celebrating its 10th anniversary after a decade of pioneering work in the Highlands.
The Inverness marathon has sprinted into the record books after nearly 4,000 participants took to the streets for the city’s annual run.
Nearly 4,000 people took part in the Inverness half marathon and 5km fun run today. Here are a selection of some of the best photos from the event.
Highland Council officials and police have met with worried taxi operators and other objectors to the closure of the Castle Wynd taxi rank.
A former charity worker convicted of embezzling nearly £9,000 of cash earmarked for grieving children has been struck off the nursing register.
The brother of missing Inverness man Liam Colgan has spoken of his gratitude for the public’s continued support as he prepares to return to Hamburg one month on from his disappearance.
Operations at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness have been postponed once again due to a combination of dust contamination and flooding that shut down theatre lifts.
A 26-year-old bit a chunk out of his partner’s cheek in a jealous temper, a court has heard.
Campaigners have pledged to “chain themselves to diggers” if controversial plans for new homes next to Culloden Battlefield get the go ahead next week.
Council officials and Police Scotland met with objectors to the relocation of Castle Wynd taxi rank in Inverness yesterday. Officials listened to the points made and a discussion took place which resulted in a number of suggestions being made.
Edward Mountain MSP has met with in-work apprentices, Kirstie Paterson and Michelle Divers, at an Inverness care home as part of Scottish Apprentice Week 2018.
Police in Inverness are appealing for information after a report of fire-raising at a garden shed.
Highlanders are being invited to join members of the Highland Council for a flag raising ceremony in commemoration of Commonwealth Day.
A 28-year-old Inverness man who bombarded his estranged wife with 238 messages and phone calls in the hope of a reconciliation was jailed for six months yesterday.
Work on Scotland’s first Justice Centre got underway in Inverness yesterday.
Health Secretary Shona Robison has been quizzed on the state of Scotland’s operating theatres after hundreds of cancellations at Raigmore Hospital.
A 29-year-old mother-of-three who assaulted a woman and robbed her of her purse has been ordered to carry out 100 hours of unpaid community work.
A caring group of football fans have pledged to raise vital funds in the hope of helping to find missing Inverness man Liam Colgan.