Police in Aberdeen have released CCTV images of a man they would like to speak to following an indecent offence in a shopping centre.
Aberdeen Grammar centre Greig Ryan has called on his players to rediscover their mean streak tomorrow when Selkirk visit Rubislaw.
Groundwork will get under way today for the creation of Scotland's first purpose-built justice centre in Inverness.
Highland Council has confirmed the closure of the Black Isle education centre and transfer of services for pupils with social, emotional and behavioural needs to an alternative venue of the former Killen Primary a few miles away.
An investment bonanza agreed yesterday has promised to create hundreds of north jobs and deliver a massive boost to the economy.
One of the world's biggest bands have announced plans to take to a stage in the Highlands for the first time in their 50-year history.
Highland Council yesterday reaffirmed £500,000 of cuts in grants to a raft of voluntary groups and community-run leisure venues over the next two years.
An MSP has urged councillors attending an emergency meeting today not to favour Eden Court in Inverness over the Nevis Centre in Fort William.
Leisure centres and voluntary groups dependent on lifeline council grants could learn this week if their funding has been cut or even withdrawn completely.
The curtain could come down on Lochaber's main arts venue as a result of a potentially massive Highland Council grant cut, it has been claimed.
Plans for a multimillion-pound revamp of the retail heart of the Highland capital have been dealt a massive blow.
Inverness residents yesterday gave an overwhelming thumbs-up to a new courts complex that will unlock Inverness Castle to tourists.
The wait of more than 20 years is almost over for residents of a north community wanting a state-of-the-art sports centre.
Councillors have delivered a provisional verdict on plans for a new justice centre for Inverness that will ultimately provide the keys to free the city's castle from court duty to become a fully fledged tourist magnet.
An Edinburgh-based architect has won a contract for designing the new £23million justice centre for Inverness.
A proposed site for Inverness's new justice centre has been earmarked.
A Ross-shire trekking business is poised to become a fully-fledged, all-weather riding centre.
Scotland's oldest woman has died at the age of 109 at a Highland care home.