A businessman grabbed his wife by the throat after an argument in their home two days after the birth of their child.
A self-employed electrician was caught drink-driving after his car went on fire at the side of a busy north road.
A safe containing a "significant" amount of cash has been stolen from a pensioner's home.
Pregnant women on Skye face a round trip of around 200 miles to Inverness after maternity services at the island’s main hospital were dramatically suspended yesterday.
Police in Inverness are appealing for information following a high-value theft from a house in the Merkinch area of Inverness.
A gambling addict who embezzled £5,500 from his boss over a six-week period has been banned from every betting shop in Scotland.
A sheriff has ruled there were “no reasonable precautions” to avoid the death of a motorsport fan at the Snowman Rally near Inverness.
A sickness bug has struck down 70 pupils – and a number of staff – at an Inverness primary school, forcing it to shut for the rest of the week.
A sickness bug has struck down 70 pupils – and also staff – at an Inverness Primary School, forcing it to shut for the rest of the week.
Major air and sea searches were underway last night off the West Highland coast for a missing local fisherman whose boat was found on rocks.
An RAF bunker from the Second World War which can withstand a nuclear bomb has gone on sale.
It’s more than a month until the Yuletide, but Santa charmed the crowds in Inverness while helping provost Helen Carmichael to switch on the city’s Christmas lights yesterday.
Police have recovered Class A drugs worth around £25,000 following a searches of two properties in the city.
A former Second World War bunker enhanced to withstand nuclear, biological or chemical attacks has gone on sale in the Highlands.
The lead representative for small businesses in the north believes the Victorian Market in Inverness is a "sleeping giant" which is "just about to waken."
A forestry contractor is “lucky to be alive” after a huge tree he was felling rolled off its stump, crushing his legs and pelvis.
Police informed the management of the Inverness Centre retail park of an issue with their glass canopy before a second section fell injuring a man, it has emerged.
Two Inverness men and a woman appeared in private at Inverness Sheriff Court on charges of abduction and assault to severe injury and danger of life.
A cage fighter scarred a Dundee University student for life when his single punch pushed the man’s teeth into the roof of his mouth.
An exciting new vision has been unveiled to turn the Victorian Market in Inverness into a “magnet” tourist attraction to rival the best indoor markets in Europe.
The man injured by falling glass at the Inverness Centre retail park said he fears “someone could have been killed” after speaking about the incident publicly for the first time.
Police Scotland is appealing for any information following a report of a man acting suspiciously in the Milton Pitches area of Inverness.
Inverness Centre retail park is to check every pane in the glass canopy above the walkway after a man was injured on Tuesday, according to a local councillor.
A drunk 20-year-old woman kicked one police officer on the stomach and then attempted to bite another on the hand and body after they had tried to persuade her to go home.
Fears have been raised that an overhaul of bus timetables in Moray could negatively impact on the region’s international links.
A “Jekyll and Hyde” criminal is facing a lengthy prison sentence after being convicted by a jury of raping and physically assaulting two women over a five-and-a-half-year period.
One of the busiest retail centres in Inverness has been temporarily closed amid safety concerns after a man was injured by a falling pane of glass.
Police have been responding faster to crime in Inverness city centre in the first week of doubling their foot patrols, says a north chief inspector.
Here are five stories from Inverness Sheriff Court you may have missed this week.
Caley Thistle created history with a victory that moves them a step closer to a cup triumph to accompany their revived Championship form.
Caley Thistle midfielder Alex Cooper is determined to earn a longer stay at Caledonian Stadium to ensure he is in with a chance of helping Inverness secure IRN-BRU Cup glory.
As the world commemorated Remembrance Day, army personnel laid a new plaque at the famous Commando Memorial in the Highlands to honour those who died in the Falklands conflict.