Police in Inverness are appealing for information to help trace a missing 12-year-old girl.
Inverness cancer victim to defy medic’s prediction that he had 12 months to live by taking part in Etape Loch Ness
A cancer victim is set to defy the odds this April by taking part in the Etape Loch Ness sportive after medical professionals feared he would not be alive to see this year’s event.
A church on the east side of Inverness may be in line for a £600,000 transformation.
Two members of an Inverness congregation have been awarded Benemerenti papal awards from Pope Francis.
Three Highland butchers secure gold awards at the Scottish Craft Butchers Haggis Products Awards 2019
Traditional Scottish haggis is helping butchers across the north to find the recipe for success.
Police say a 16-year-old who was reported missing has been found again.
A piper from the Highlands has been given national recognition for his dedication to Army Cadet Force piping and drumming, during a ceremony held in London.
A family of bagpipe makers are determined to create the Highland’s first specialist centre in Inverness to celebrate the instrument.
Two homeowners have accused cash-strapped Highland Council of wasting money after they received multiple council tax invoices informing them they owe absolutely nothing.
A young family have voiced their concerns over fire-raising in their area after their fence was set alight.
A review of the management of five key woodlands around Inverness is to take place, with locals and visitors being encouraged to make their voices heard.
A 63-year-old Inverness man who drove a drug dealer around rural locations to pick up hidden drugs will be sentenced next month.
A leading Jacobite historical association has formally objected to plans for a four-star holiday village and 100-seat restaurant near Culloden Battlefield.
Emergency services are at the scene of a collision between two vehicles on Barn Church road near Inverness.
The Outlander effect is being blamed for the strength of feeling generated by a housing development near Culloden Battlefield.
Ground penetrating radar may have discovered a mass grave of Highlanders massacred after the battle of Culloden.
A planning application for 48 affordable homes in Inverness has been met with anger and suspicion by locals.
A leading military historian has described a controversial housing development near Culloden battlefield as “akin to burning an archive.”
A music producer from the Highlands has released his first work under the label of a superstar DJ.
Last night, as the decision stood - at least for now - objectors and even some who supported the vote spoke of their frustration with the process.
The decision to allow a controversial housing development was thrown into doubt last night after it emerged two councillors might have voted the wrong way.
Campaigners have pledged to “chain themselves to diggers” if controversial plans for new homes next to Culloden Battlefield get the go ahead next week.
Two people have been taken to hospital after an accident in Culloden.
Protesters opposed to 16 homes being built next to the historic Culloden Battlefield were “overwhelmed” yesterday after councillors deferred making a decision on the plans.
A foodbank opened at Culloden Library yesterday for those who cannot travel to the town centre for help.
A north headteacher has apologised after a young schoolgirl went missing after classes.
A fresh protest has been launched against plans for a 16-home estate near Culloden Battlefield.
A major flood improvement scheme in Inverness will get under way in the spring after Highland Council issued an £11million contract notice.
A community leader is urging council chiefs not to let a flood alleviation scheme slip down their priority list for investment as they begin a fundamental review of their capital budget.
A Culloden man has been censured by Highland Council, after confronting flood engineers about slow progress on an alleviation scheme.
A Culloden man who downloaded over 1,600 indecent images and videos of children had sentence deferred for a background report until August 10.
Police are considering a complaint that a Highland Council election candidate adopted a new surname to feature more prominently on ballot papers.