THE family of missing Inverness teenager Adam Mitchell are desperately concerned for him.
A 15 year old boy who was reported missing from the Nairn area yesterday has been found safe and well.Duncan MacKenzie had last been seen in the…
TRAFFIC light repairs on the Longman roundabout have been completed.
THERE are reports of tailbacks on approaches to Inverness's Longman roudabout this afternoon as repair work is carried out on traffic lights there.
Flybe is ending its franchise agreement with Scottish airline Loganair.
DRIVERS faced delays on Longman Road in Inverness early this morning after a van crashed into lights on the main roundabout.
THE family of missing Inverness teenager Adam Mitchell have described him as a "gentle fun loving young man" as the search for him continues.
THE Inverness Courier’s campaign to trial short-term free parking in the city centre has attracted the support of another leading business figure.
AN Inverness sheltered housing complex has promised to learn whatever lessons it can following the death of a pensioner resident.
AN Inverness pub has a growing reputation as the place to be not just for discerning drinkers but their four-legged pals as well.
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AN apparent act of vandalism at an Inverness park has left city cricket players shocked and upset.
FREE parking in Inverness’s old town is vital if fed-up motorists are to be coaxed back to struggling city centre shops, it has been claimed.
INVERNESS Castle and Ness Bridge are going the extra mile for the 2016 Scottish Poppy Appeal by lighting up red for the fourth year in a row.
REDESIGN plans for a controversial wind farm that will see fewer – but taller – turbines erected have been approved by the Scottish Government.
THE proportion of NHS Highland staff choosing to get immunised against the flu actually fell last winter, figures have revealed.
road was closed for some time last night following a collision involving a bicycle, a van and a car.
A SOLDIER who died after being shot during a training exercise at a Highland military base on Tuesday has been named as Lance-Corporal Joe Spencer.
A POOR end to the salmon fishing season around Inverness has been blamed on falling fish stocks.
POLICE are investigating after a group of around 15 football fans sang sectarian songs on an Inverness train following a weekend match in the city.