An armed response team were among those called to Torvean Quarry as a man threatened to kill himself.
PROTESTERS of all ages flocked to Inverness city centre to join a global protest to fight climate change.
Tourism businesses across the Highlands and Islands are celebrating after being shortlisted in a prestigious awards event.
An NHS Highland manager is to attend the climate change protest in Inverness today to highlight the work done to help the environment.
STUDENTS will gather in the city centre today to strike as part of the growing international movement demanding action on climate change.
EVOCATIVE new images of boat wreckage from a tragic accident on Loch Ness 67 years ago have been revealed.
A young Inverness boy is just one of 20 in the world living with a genetic disorder limiting his physical and mental development.
A woman targeted two Inverness pensioners, pretending to one she was a carer.
An 18-month prison sentence was handed down to a Portuguese man for the attack in 2015.
THE often-unseen aspects of trees are depicted in a month-long photographic exhibition at an Inverness gallery.
Caroline Marwick will make her hill running debut for Scotland this weekend at a Home Countries fixture in North Wales.
Dave Carson is telling his Highland players they need to throw the ball wide if they are to get a good result against Gala at Canal Park.
Greg Lobban is looking to break into the world top-20 after claiming the biggest title of his career so far in Hong Kong.
Financial concerns surround ICT after an EGM was called for next month, but manager John Robertson is still targeting a promotion push.
Ronnie Sharp says Wee County will not be taking anything for granted against Clach in the first round of the Scottish Cup.
INVERNESS Caledonian Thistle manager John Robertson will be inducted into the Scottish Football Hall of Fame.
Inverness Caledonian Thistle Women will play their first home game in seven weeks when they host East Fife this Sunday.
A 35-7 derby win against Ross Sutherland saw Highland Raptors get their season up and running in style.
John Davidson joins Ian Stewart of Trail Running Scotland on a guided running adventure on the west coast
From blousy tulips to cool white daffodils and dainty irises, Hannah Stephenson digs through some of the best bulbs available now.
The Beechings cuts of the 1960s led to the dismantling of miles of railway. Mike Merritt looks at a new guide to walks on the old trackbeds
Ella Walker meets the team at Dishoom as the London restaurant celebrates its debut cookbook.
Try this quick prawn curry from Dishoom for a delicious midweek meal.
The Side headline at Mad Hatters, Inverness on Saturday night.
The Kid Canaveral frontman's new project journeys north this weekend.
Nous avons adoré Amélie à Eden Court.
The Highland folk-rockers release their new album Break the Chains this Friday.
The Inverness theatre has unleashed its line up of events for the next six months.
ArtyNess: Barbara Henderson is scratching the itch with a trip to the Edinburgh International Book festival before returning north for NessBookFest
The Inverness theatre company brought the paranormal-flecked farce back to life.