An ex-detective has made impassioned plea to the killer of Nairn banker Alistair Wilson in a new book published ahead of the 14th anniversary of the tragedy.
Just a week after communities in the north-east and across the country stopped to remember the fallen of the world wars, a reminder of those events turned up at an Aberdeenshire beach.
Parting is such sweet sorrow, especially when David and Mary Cameron are having to say goodbye to their much-loved 12-bedroom Edwardian home, writes Susan Welsh.
Police are appealing for information after a man was assaulted in the Highlands after he stopped to offer directions.
Callum Maclean and Kenny McKenzie have lived in each other’s pockets for the last 10 years.
Police in Nairn are making inquiries after a theft and vandalism at a construction site.
Nairn police are appealing for information following a fire-raising incident in the Church Street area of the town yesterday evening.
Police have issued an appeal after bins were set on fire and the blaze spread to a workshop in Nairn last night.
Traffic was left at a temporary standstill in Nairn yesterday after a lorry carrying turbine parts broke down in the centre of town.
Guests of one of the only hotels that cater especially for disabled people in the north of Scotland have reacted with shock at news the establishment could soon close.
Motorist on the A96 were left in tailbacks stretching for more than a mile this morning after a turbine convoy lorry broke down in the centre of Nairn.
Police are appealing for help to trace a missing 35-year-old man from Nairn.
It is the focal point of any community Christmas.
Nairn police have issued a warning about the dangers of illegally set snares after the discovery of a trap set in the Little Kildrummie area near the town.
The Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) will today release a report aimed at offering Highland residents ways in which they can substantially save in the purchasing of heating oil.
Nairn County vice-captain Glenn Main made his 400th appearance for his hometown club in Saturday’s 2-2 draw at Inverurie Locos.
A law graduate was arrested by police carrying an illegal pepper spray.
An Inverness couple who got engaged during one of the city’s festive pantomimes have finally tied the knot.
Sentence deferred for Nairn teenager who brandished piece of wood at man he thought was climbing into his garden
A Nairn teenager who brandished a piece of wood at a man he thought was climbing in to his garden with a similar weapon had his sentence further deferred yesterday.
A row is brewing in Nairn over plans to create a Business Improvement District (Bid).
Nairn has voted to establish its own Business Improvement District (BID) in what was called a “hugely positive step forward.”
A Victoria Cross hero who hailed from the Highlands – and became Canada’s most decorated soldier – is to be honoured a century after his bravery saved countless lives.
Police in Nairn are appealing for information following the theft of tools from a house in the town’s Lawrie Drive.
A supposedly “terrible” Inverness group are looking to recruit new musicians by taking the “attitude not the aptitude that counts” principle to new levels.
Several new witnesses have been interviewed by police probing the murder of Nairn banker Alistair Wilson.
Controversial plans to build more than 100 houses near Nairn have been narrowly approved - despite the best efforts of protesters.
Plans to redevelop a derelict Nairn hotel into residential properties are set to go before the Highland Council’s planning committee after a local property developer submitted a planning application this week.
A vehicle plunged into the water at Nairn's West Beach this afternoon.
PODCAST: As developers plan hundreds more homes in Nairn, can the town’s creaking infrastructure cope?
When the Press & Journal local government reporter Susy Macaulay escaped the office this summer to visit community councils across the Highlands, she wanted to find out how Highland Council’s ever-deepening cuts are affecting the area’s lifeblood, its people.
Furious Nairn and Lochloy residents have ramped up their protest against proposals for 115 new houses in Kingsteps South with a placard campaign ahead of a site visit by Highland councillors next week.
A farmer was left trapped in his tractor in Nairn this afternoon after ploughing into a ditch in a Highland field.
Nairn man faces anxious wait to find out if his £24,000 Audi Q5 will be forfeited after he was caught drink driving for the second time
A 23-year-old Nairn man will have to wait until August 23 to discover if his £24,000 Audi Q5 is going to be forfeited for his second drink driving offence.