Ayr United closed to within a point of second-placed Caley Thistle as Stephen Kelly's goal sealed victory at Somerset Park.
It was one of the cruellest of ironies in the aftermath of the Second World War; the tragic death of Lieutenant Colonel Ralph Garrett and his teenage son in the Highlands in 1952.
Two Inverness schools will have their rolls capped for the next school year, Highland Council has announced.
Inverness man to learn his fate after being found guilty of brandishing a knife and assaulting a police officer
A 34-year-old Inverness man is facing a lengthy jail sentence after being found guilty by a jury’s majority of possessing a knife and a sustained assault on a police constable.
A play depicting one of British telly's biggest ever scandals is coming to Inverness later this year.
A health worker who battled two life changing illnesses is to trek across China in aid of sick children in the north.
A six-figure project to renew the water network throughout Nairnside, near Inverness, will commence its next phase on Monday.
The north's main theatre is to get a share of a £19million Government pot funded by assets seized from criminals.
A north man who found his partner naked in bed with one of his friends and attacked them both was yesterday jailed for 45 months
A police dog’s bite stopped a violent attack on a constable after five blows of “unprecedented force” and three incapacitant sprays failed to stop his assailant, a court heard.
Highland families and health care providers welcome innovative online resource for Huntington’s disease
Families and care staff in the north will be able to access dedicated online support for the first time to help people with Huntington’s disease.
Hundreds of students across Scotland are estranged or separated from their parents or families for different reasons.
Michael Matheson was yesterday urged to postpone Highlands and Islands air traffic control centralisation amid warnings the move will damage remote economies.
A level crossing fault is causing disruption for north and north-east train passengers.
Highland Council working on plan to address Academy Street pollution after it is found to be fourth worst in Scotland
Chiefs at Highland Council are working an action plan to address issues on Inverness’ Academy Street after it was found to be the fourth-worst in Scotland for toxic air pollution.
It was revealed this week Inverness's Academy Street is the fourth-worst in Scotland for toxic air pollution.
Inverness Victorian Market busker shares ‘heartbreaking news’ Emily the Dalmatian has died following short illness
She was a near-permanent fixture in Inverness's Victorian Market with her busker owner.
The romance of the Scottish Cup continues to burn bright for Caley Thistle after they dug deep to see-off the valiant challenge of Alloa Athletic to book their place in the fifth round on Saturday.
Ian Jolly was, for several decades, the best-known press photographer in the north of Scotland.
An Inverness family have praised the "wonderful" people of the Highland capital after a £25,000 fundraising campaign to buy a specialist wheelchair for their daughter succeeded in just three months.
EXCLUSIVE: Refurbishment of Inverness High School a ‘project management disaster’, say local councillors
The three-year renovation of Inverness High School has descended into chaos, local councillors have said.
A quango set up to promote Gaelic has been branded a "total disaster" by politicians who say bosses are failing to justify their massive salaries.
One of Inverness’ biggest-hearted volunteers is to step back from his role coordinating morning calls to the lonely and isolated after 31 years.
An Inverness beauty spot was left submerged as Storm Brendan left a trail of destruction in its wake.
Security was even tighter than usual at Fort George today as the gates had to be closed amidst high winds that continued to cause disruption to roads, ferry services and schools in the north.
Peter May has himself sold million of books and had his works translated into 32 languages.
Transport Secretary Michael Matheson yesterday declined to apologise for problems blighting the Caledonian Sleeper when challenged at Holyrood.
Police have asked people in Inverness to be on their guard after a 93-year-old man was targeted by a distraction theft.
The second phase of a multi-million-pound art studio investment in Inverness is underway.
Police are searching for a robber who knocked a woman over and stole her handbag beside an Inverness hospital.
This year, there’s a fantastic array of entertainment heading north, with everything from mystery whodunnits to one-day festivals and concerts starring household names taking place.
A missing Inverness father has been traced after his family appealed for him to get in touch.