Two fire crews are currently en route to reports of a kitchen fire in Drumnadrochit. One appliance from Drumnadrochit and a further appliance from Beauly have been paged to Balnain Road after a call was received by the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service at 7.48pm. More as we get it.
A 23-year-old man who attacked his partner after coming home drunk was jailed for six months yesterday.
It is the focal point of any community Christmas.
Police are hunting thieves who stole more than £160,000 worth of equipment from a Highland camera store.
Police in Inverness are appealing following a break-in at a camera shop near Beauly.
Camera equipment worth more than £100,000 has been stolen from a photographic store in the Highlands.
Four Highland war memorials have received national awards in Legion Scotland’s 2018 campaign.
Jewellery believed to be worth in excess of £3,000 has been stolen from a shop on Beauly High Street.
A small cannon of “immense sentimental value” has been stolen from outside Ballindoun House, near Beauly, that belongs to the well-known Hunter Gordon family.
In one of the large attic rooms of Ballindoun House sits a machine that changed the lives of generations of women.
Health chiefs issued advice for Belladrum festival-goers to remain safe and enjoy the weekend.
A Falklands war veteran who promised never to hurt anyone again after he was wounded in the conflict savagely beat a friend.
A Beauly man cried when he confessed to a friend that he had kicked a drinking pal in the face, fracturing his skull.
It’s unsettling to realise it’s more than 40 years since I first went for a curry and a few drinks on a Friday night. Then, of course, I tended to be heading into the restaurant at about half past 11 having spent an evening in the pub with friends.
A Beauly man who threatened to harm two underage girls if they did not send him indecent photographs of themselves through social media is facing jail.
Iconic Scottish rockers Primal Scream are set to make their debut Belladrum appearance as Saturday night headliners this year, it has been revealed.
Here are three stories you may have missed from Inverness Sheriff Court this week.
A possible gas leak closed the main road through a Highland village earlier today. The A862 in Beauly closed between the railway station and Garden Place. The road is now reopened to motorists and pedestrians following the earlier incident.
Emergency services dealt with a two-vehicle collision on the A862 between Beauly and Kirkhill today.
It is an everyday tale of a Scots-Chilean naval hero, a Santiago businessman and a sculptor from Beauly.
A family from Kiltarlity have been left devastated for a second time after their home was destroyed just months after one of them was killed in a horror crash.
Angry campaigners have called for a state-sponsored trapping and removal of a beaver family in the Highlands to stop.
Sitting half way along a quiet country road between Beauly and Cannich, the Cnoc Hotel, just outside the tiny hamlet of Struy, doesn’t get a lot of passing trade.
North communities have erupted in fury to RBS plans to close 12 local branches across the region - and islanders on Barra will need to catch a ferry to conduct face-to-face banking.
Forensic scientists have started to exhume the contents of a coffin in a bid to solve the 270-year-old mystery about the final resting place of a Highlands clan chief.
Police dealt with an incident in an Inverness-shire village yesterday which it is understood involved a man carrying a knife.
Police are appealing for help after they received reports of a young man acting suspiciously in Beauly.
It was more a case of the summer of mud than the summer of love yesterday at Belladrum.
A row has erupted after it emerged a family of beavers in the Beauly area are to be trapped and removed by government officials.
It has been more than a decade since Dennis and Arlene Perkins moved to Torgormack in Beauly near Inverness – and their relocation to Scotland was the start of a rather special adventure together.
The final phase of removing redundant electricity pylons from the Cairngorms National Park is underway.
The Bank of Scotland has been forced to deny that the Highlands' third biggest town is to lose its branch as part of sweeping closures.