Two teenage boys have been charged in connection with a series of break-ins at the weekend.
Highland man performed wheelie on his motorbike as he drove to Inverness to register his son’s birth
A £75,000-a-year offshore oil worker performed a “wheelie” as he drove his motorbike to Inverness to register the birth of his son.
Highland mother thanks public for support in raising £32,000 for specialised cabin for terminally ill son
The mother of a terminally-ill youngster in the Highlands has thanked the public for their outpouring of support in raising more than £32,000 for a purpose-built care cabin for her terminally-ill son.
Motorists using the A9 near North Kessock are being warned of roadworks due to start this weekend.
The A9 outside North Kessock was partially blocked this evening after a car left the road. The incident, involving a red VW Polo, happened at around 6.10pm, half-a-mile south of the Munlochy junction. An ambulance crew attended to the injuries of the driver that are thought to be minor.
Two men and a teenager are expected to appear at Inverness Sheriff Court today to face a string of charges including an alleged break-in at a city car dealership.
Emergency services are currently in attendance at a three-vehicle crash in North Kessock, with a busy road currently closed as a result.
Plans to convert the site of the former wildlife attraction into a holiday complex have been showcased to locals for the first time.
A road block outside Inverness is causing tail backs into the city following a two-vehicle crash.
A 58-year-old man who sexually assaulted a girl under the age of 10 in his home was warned a repeat would result in a “significant jail sentence.”
As diners we often get stuck in a restaurant rut. We visit the same places, we order the same food from our favourite cafes’ menu, and on some occasions, even sit at the same table!
Police in Ross-shire are appealing for information following the theft of heating fuel from a house in North Kessock.
Two Black Isle communities are set to benefit from big cash injections for local projects.
A school bus driver has been sacked after a four-year-old boy was found wandering about on his own in Inverness.
Bosses of a north bakery chain have offered a cash reward after one of its businesses was set alight deliberately.
Police are appealing for information after a Highland bakery was damaged by a fire just weeks before it was due to open.
A new roadside Highland bakery has been destroyed in a fire just weeks before it was due to open.
An animal rescuer said "I'll be there for you" to a gang of adorable baby stoats found sheltering beside a Highland road.
The northbound carriageway of the A9 at North Kessock was closed for a short while following an accident.
An inspirational Highland woman will receive a Queen's honour on Monday for her tireless work to help youngsters with complex needs.
A case against a Black Isle man accused of attacking and severely injuring his stepfather was found not proven yesterday.
Work to regenerate a former ferry ticket office on the Beauly Firth could get under way within months.
Desperate Housewives was essential viewing in the Jackson household.
A cute, 10-week old, orphaned baby cub is being cared for at Broadford Otter Hospital on Skye.
An Inverness housing developer has pledged to invest £20million in and around the Highland capital this year.
A leading whale and dolphin charity is pulling out of one its Scottish bases.
A retired banker who set out to avenge the death of his dog armed with a hammer and a knife has been banned from his home village.
Police have appealed for information after a teenage girl was approached by a man on the Black Isle.
An old ferry slipway in a Black Isle village has been brought back to life.
Modern style and a rural charm come together in Muilean The seaside village of Kilmuir in North Kessock has always been a peaceful place to put down roots, but since the opening of the Kessock Bridge it’s also become an ideal spot for those looking for a rural home within easy commuting distance of Inverness.
The A9 has been cleared after an early morning accident involving a bus, which caused delays on the Kessock Bridge.
The old ferry slipway in a Black Isle village has transferred ownership of to a local-based charity.