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.
Hundreds of people gathered to mark the 271st anniversary of the Battle of Culloden.
Organisers have promised a spectacular series of events at Culloden Battlefield this month to mark the joint anniversaries of the conflict and 80 years of National Trust for Scotland guardianship at the site.
Radically redesigned plans for a proposed new £66million jail in Inverness can be revealed for the first time today.
A Culloden man who set fire to his local pub's new minibus was jailed for six months at Inverness Sheriff Court yesterday.
Scottish Water will be carrying out essential road repairs next week at one of the busiest and most accident-prone junctions in the Highlands.
Inverness mother finally sees breakthrough after long campaign for better autism diagnosis waiting times
An Inverness mother believes she has finally made a breakthrough in her campaign for a better system to diagnose children with autism in the Highlands.
A Culloden man who set fire to his local pub's mini-bus will be sentenced next month.
A jury took just over 20 minutes to find a man unanimously not guilty of a sexual assault on a married woman.
A teenage air cadet who raced to the aid of a pensioner suffering a heart attack is to be honoured with a prestigious award.
A man was in hospital last night with head injuries after being hit by a taxi in an Inverness suburb in the early hours of the morning.
A steep access point to new Inverness housing development will prove a serious danger to winter motorists, according to a community leader.
A family were left stunned yesterday after a car crashed through their fence and landed in the front garden of their Inverness home.
A drunk Inverness man assaulted a taxi driver who threw him out of the vehicle because he refused to pay the fare.
A 25-year-old man took a knife to a friend after he blamed her for a break-in at his flat.
If it happened today, the chances are it would be a major disaster.
An Inverness community has rallied to clean up their neighbourhood after it was repeatedly targeted by vandals.
A north community leader is warning council planners that a road straightening project could increase the risk of crashes in the area.
A community leader has insisted there is no "knife culture" at an Inverness school where a pupil has been charged in connection with possessing a weapon.
PICTURES: Vandals have carte blanche in Inverness… and residents blame it on lack of police presence
Residents of an Inverness suburb have claimed a lack of police visibility in the area is giving vandals and fly-tippers carte blanche.
An urgently-needed flood defence is a step closer for the east side of Inverness.
There are fears a former police station in Inverness is a target for terrorists - because it is now the nerve centre for a hush-hush nuclear waste programme.
Community leaders have condemned a spate of vandalism in Culloden that involves overturning residents' bins and scattering the contents across main roads.
Culloden and Ardersier will learn today who will succeed Labour's John Ford as the ward's latest Highland councillor.
The future of Fort George barracks and a furious stink over a local sewage works expansion have dominated the discussion in the run-up to Thursday's Culloden and Ardersier council by-election.
A controversial 16-home development on the edge of a buffer zone protecting Culloden Battlefield from development is likely to be limited to single storey housing, the Press and Journal understands.
A 25-year-old former patient of a special needs facility took a knife to a woman he met there after they fell out over a laptop computer.