The way 999 and 101 calls are made in Scotland is set to change with a new assessment system being put in place by police.
The ambulance service is in a “critical condition”, with staff at breaking point, a new report has warned.
A man has been taken to hospital after a Ford Transit van flipped and landed on its side on a busy Stornoway street.
Businesses have been left counting the cost of a huge fire at a north-east industrial estate.
The bomb squad was called to a picturesque north-east beach after an unexploded device was discovered.
A large moorland fire cut power to more than 13,500 customers in the Outer Hebrides last night.
Police were called to a north-east high rise earlier today after reports of an assault. A number of officers and vehicles were called to Hutcheon Court at about 3.50pm and remained there for a number of hours. Police have confirmed they are “dealing with an assault” and inquires are ongoing.
A man is being treated in hospital after what is believed to be an industrial accident at a North Sea firm's headquarters.
An airfield that was closed by the RAF decades ago came alive with activity at the weekend as coastguard helicopter crews used it to host a series of drills.
The north and north-east is on high alert after a widespread wildfire warning was put in place across large swathes of the region.
A toddler has been flown to hospital in Glasgow in a serious condition following a house fire in Lossiemouth.
Fire services are currently dealing with a huge fire in Aberdeen.
A unique festival is being organised in Moray for the first time to give local people the chance to celebrate the work of the emergency services.
Emergency services are at the scene of a top-floor flat fire in Aberdeen.
False fire alarm calls at north hospitals is costing a staggering £1million a year, the Press and Journal can reveal.
More than 800 police cars have been caught going through a bus gate in three months - prompting concerns it is being used as a shortcut to its HQ.
Parents have accused Aberdeenshire Council of putting their children at risk following a fire sparked by construction work.
As the country gears up to mark Bonfire Night, the Tories have called for greater protection for emergency services workers.
A major exercise will take place at RAF Lossiemouth next week, which will test the station’s response and procedures following a simulated aircraft crash.
A landslip next to the A9 near Helmsdale has sparked community fears that Caithness and north Sutherland could be completely cut off.
A safety group leader hit out yesterday after it emerged that Fraserburgh residents were left unable to call 999 from landlines for almost half an hour.
An Inverness father has paid tribute to his “loving” son after the an “adored” father-of-three died after taking ill while cycling on the west coast.
Police are investigating an unexplained but “non-suspicious” death on the island of Canna.
Scottish ambulance workers have been forced to waste time dealing with hundreds of malicious and false calls every year.
Mountain rescue teams across Scotland are being given access to a 24-hour support programme to help them cope with traumatic incidents.
A written-off fire service van was among 171 emergency service vehicles damaged in pothole-related accidents since 2015, records show.
Crews were called out to reports of a car on fire in Dingwall overnight. Two appliances arrived to find the vehicle well alight at Upper Docharty on the outskirts of the town at 3.03am. Firefighters used two hose reel jets to extinguish the blaze and left the scene at 3.34am.
Three fire crews attended a building fire in Shetland this morning.
A person was injured in the early hours of today following a flat fire.
A fire has broken out at a home in Alness with the fire service sending two appliances.
Fire crews are on the scene in Moray after a car caught fire.
Firefighters are battling a chip shop fire in a Moray town.