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Highland Council has agreed to ‘rachet up’ its plans to combat dangerous rock fall on the Stromeferry Bypass.
Fire crews are today in attendance at a fire in Inverness above the famed Johnny Foxes bar and restaurant.
The current Corran Ferry service isn’t sustainable, with two ageing vessels and a crewing situation becoming critical.
A sprinkling of Hollywood glamour descended upon Inverness Film Festival last night.
A groundworker who loaded up his car with ladders for work after drinking alcohol was banned from driving for 27 months at Inverness Sheriff Court yesterday.
A rush-hour crash near a busy Inverness roundabout caused some delays in the city centre.
A car and a bus were involved in a road traffic collision at lunchtime today at the Raigmore Interchange in Inverness.
Caley Thistle have terminated the registration of Riccardo Calder after the midfielder was found guilty of attacking a woman.
Police are appealing for information after a man behaved indecently towards a young woman at Inverness Retail Park.
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The dangers run on a daily basis by travellers on the A890 Stromeferry Bypass have been highlighted in this year’s inspection of the sheer rock face on the landward side of the road and railway line to Kyle of Lochalsh.
A professional footballer was yesterday found guilty of attacking a woman after her car bumped into the back of his vehicle.
They brought a touch of Hollywood glamour to the towns and villages of the Highlands for decades.
Highland Council has graciously stepped in to ensure a tradition spanning more than 30 years in remembering north war heroes is to continue.
A hotel boss has hit back in the row over public swimming in Aviemore.
A north MP wants to find out more about the unknown number of mothers and children who died in an explosion while aboard a Royal Navy cruiser in the Cromarty Firth in 1915.
Temporary traffic control changes will come into force in part of Inverness city centre next week.
A 50-year-old Lochinver man broke into his local shop and stole almost £3,000 worth of cigarettes and tobacco.
Aberdeen academics will play a key role in a new £15.8million artificial intelligence centre set up to help hospital patients get better treatment and a faster diagnosis.
Asbestos has been found at one of the largest schools in the Highlands – sparking renewed calls for the local authority to “sort out its neglected school estate”.
Extended hours for alcohol sales over the festive season were agreed by Highland Licensing Board yesterday.
A furious Highland Councillor has lambasted Cairngorm National Park Authority (CPNA) planning committee for undemocratic behaviour in its choice of venue to decide a controversial planning development.
From satellite telephones to community resilience cupboards, communities across the north of Scotland will benefit from funding to help them prepare for emergencies.
High occupancy rates and strong customer demand will see Premier Inn’s Inverness operation expanding over the next few months with the addition of 54 new bedrooms across its Millburn and Inshes Gate sites.
Police in Inverness are appealing for information after a city home had to be evacuated on Sunday morning after the front door was set alight.
A 20,000 strong crowd lined the banks of the River Ness last night to watch the city’s fireworks display go with a bang.
A new campaign has been launched to drive down the number of deaths from mouth cancer in Scotland.
New figures have revealed more than 436,000 library books, CDs and DVDs are currently overdue in Scotland.
Updated guidelines for how much developers should pay towards facilities and infrastructure in Highland region have now been approved by Scottish ministers and adopted as part of the Highland Council’s development plan.
Inverness Airport bosses are aiming to upgrade security measures at the city’s terminal to help improve check-in protocols for passengers.
Fresh delays have hit a dozen major projects – including the new Inverness prison and work to finally end gridlock at the Haudagain roundabout in Aberdeen.
A poignant graveside ceremony was held in Inverness yesterday to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the death of two police officers in the line of duty.