A man was left with facial injuries after a serious assault in a Highland town.
A Ross-shire granddad has taken a new route to retirement after publishing his first children’s book about the adventures of a Highland bus.
A notorious accident hotspot on the A9 in Ross-shire could be redesigned as Transport Scotland considers implementing roundabouts to improve road safety.
Members of the public will be invited to have their say over a proposal to reduce the speed limit at a Ross-shire crash blackspot in the coming months.
A mother-of-two from Tain who has battled Multiple Sclerosis (MS) for 15 years is attempting to raise £42,000 for what she hopes will be life-changing treatment in Russia.
Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Carrie Afrin, the woman behind Tain-based voiceover company Carrie’s Voice.
A project to upgrade existing road signs along a stretch of the A9 at Tain will begin later this month.
Emergency crews were working at the scene of a two-vehicle collision on the A9 at Tain.
After spending the night at Glenmorangie House, I felt like I’d been a guest at a lovely party.
The refurbished Highland Hospice shop in Tain is to be officially re-opened at the weekend by north MP Jamie Stone.
A north man has died after being hit by lightning on a Florida beach.
North youngsters gained an insight into the world of construction when they toured a historic farm building which is being brought back to life as a distillery.
A biker killed in an early morning crash has been described as an “adored” dad with a “huge heart”.
It may be one of the most northerly car shows in the country, but the Tain Vintage Car Rally always manages to pull in a good crowd.
An ancient pilgrim's route between Tain and Kirkwall could be re-established.
A Ross-shire woman has slammed the Jeremy Kyle Show for their “lies” after footage of her on the show was broadcast on a national news programme - despite her asking for it to be deleted.
A Tain man who attacked a mourner after a funeral wake was ordered to carry out 110 hours of unpaid community work yesterday.
A Balintore man slashed his brother’s leg with a Stanley knife in a row over cigarette ash on the floor and threatened to cut his sibling’s throat, a court has been told.
Several people have been taken to Raigmore Hospital in Inverness following a two-car collision in the Tain area.
A Brora man who had 138 indecent images and 16 videos of young children was jailed for 10 months at Inverness Sheriff Court yesterday.
A funeral wake turned violent when a Tain man punched another mourner.
A Tain mum who has devoted her entire life to creating floral gifts and decorations for others is celebrating a remarkable milestone of her own.
Highland pupils from three schools have teamed up to highlight the poor state of their learning environments.
Roadworks are to be carried out on the A9 near Tain next month - with disruption being kept to five nights.
Members of the public are being advised that the A9 trunk road by the Tain bypass is set to be closed between 7pm and 7am from Sunday 10 March to Friday 15 March as vital resurfacing works are conducted.
A Tain man who stamped on the head of a drinking friend more than half a dozen times was jailed for 17 months at Inverness Sheriff Court yesterday.
A road traffic collision on the A9 near Tain caused delay to motorists this morning as the vehicles involved obstructed passage on the road.
Campaigners have re-issued calls for safety measures to be put in place near Tain at two junctions of the A9 notorious for accidents, after feeling their previous pleas have fallen on deaf ears.
Police are appealing for information after an Audi driver fled the scene of a crash which resulted in damage being caused to a health centre in Tain.
Police were called to a two-car crash on the A9 Inverness to Scrabster road.
Highland Council will rely on local community groups to grit residential roads this winter - despite no-one taking part in the same scheme last year.
Highland care home given until end of year to fix problems including concerns about mismanaged medication, ignoring distressed patients and disrespectful language
Care inspectors have demanded changes to the way a Ross-shire care home is run by the end of the year, after recording a catalogue of complaints about the 40-bed facility during an unannounced visit.