AN ambitious plan to transform a key part of Inverness city centre is facing a funding D-Day.
A WAR of words between taxi drivers and the council looks set to shift up a gear as efforts to solve their differences appear to have stalled.
A “tombstoning” warning has been given after a schoolboy was dramatically rescued from the sea at Nairn Harbour.
Inverness Science Festival kicks off later this month, with a range of free events taking place around the city.
A 37-YEAR-old who had sex with a girl under 16 has been jailed for eight months.
As one of Scotland’s top cyclists, former professional mountain biker Lee Craigie is used to making short work of the 66-mile Etape Loch Ness course.
The Great Easter Egg Hunt in Inverness city centre today and Saturday.
PEOPLE will have the chance to take a peek inside Inverness’s oldest secular building this summer following the success of a trial opening last year.
A BUSINESS leader has criticised the rates system for making a difficult time even worse for Inverness retailers.
Joshua Hunter has been jailed for four years after attacking his victim while he was unconscious.
LORNE Mackay will miss Lovat’s MacTavish Cup quarter final clash at Kingussie.
Clach boss Brian Macleod says his team deserve their bottom three Highland League finish – but he is looking up for next season.
Brian Bell believes the prospect of an undefeated season is keeping Highland 2nd XV focused going into their final match.
John Robertson and Aaron Doran have been named Ladbrokes Championship manager and player of the month for March.
PAUL Beaton is confident he and Euan Thorburn can remain top of the Scottish Rally Championship with victory at the Speyside Rally.
Anthony McDonald praised Inverness manager John Robertson for telling him to be greedy after his wonder goal against Greenock Morton.
Nairn County captain Gregg Main was delighted to get back amongst the goals last weekend.
Kingussie are the new Premiership leaders after beating Kinlochshiel 4-1 at Balmacara.
Jenny Gillies goes off the beaten track to explore some of Moray's historic sights on a running tour from Duffus
With the Scottish Rhododendron Festival in full bloom, Jeanne Beattie takes a closer look at this colourful shrub
A guide to some of the events taking place across the Highlands and Moray in April.
Amsterdam marks the 350 year anniversary of the death of Rembrandt. Gabrielle Fagan goes in search of the original selfie.
This chicken dish with a Persian twist from the New Kitchen Basics cookbook will become a new family favourite.
After two years of building a reputation for themselves, the Teuchter’s Comedy Club are gearing up for their biggest showcase yet.
Irish country star John McNicholl has a hectic performing life, but still likes to use his culinary skills when he is home
The Tailor of Inverness is 11 years old this year, and currently in the middle of its sixth tour of Scotland.
This week seven top picks from across the north feature musical theatre, a hip-hop act, funk band, two Blazin’ Fiddlers together and Eddi Reader ...
Packed with the witty lines of the movie’s Sidney Gilliat and Frank Launder, the play got off to a good start with Juliet Mills in the title role
The Nairn-born singer/songwriter behind Randolph's Leap kicks off his solo tour in Elgin
The Gathering Festival is set to take place at The Northern Meeting Park in Inverness on Saturday, June 1.
Exploring the remote and beautiful landscapes of the Highlands is what lured Gareth Halliday North 13 years ago.