Police are appealing for any member of the public who may know the whereabouts of 16-year-old Nathan Bell to contact them.
Police would like to make businesses and the general public in the Inverness area aware of a recent circulation of counterfeit 50-Euro notes.
Police are are appealing for information on the driver of a small black car who failed to stop after a collision in Inverness involving a cyclist.
Police in Smithton are investigating the theft of a 50-inch Bush television which was taken from an address in Murray Terrace last month.
Police in Dingwall are appealing for information in relation to the theft of a bike ramp between 5pm on Tuesday and 3pm on Wednesday.
Police in Inverness have charged two men following the seizure of cocaine and cannabis with an estimated street value of £9000.
Police are hunting youths who left a picnic bench blocking the middle of a busy Culloden road.
A CARVED wooden box may contain the secrets which unlock some of the mysteries of a notorious Highland home.
HIGHLAND Hospice has two outlets in Inverness city centre – a café and a charity shop.
YOU could be forgiven for walking past the Hive in Academy Street and not realising it is there.
VARIOUS charities in and around Inverness have been working hard to help people through the lockdown when demand was never higher.
Over the past three years one Inverness gift shop has gone from strength to strength.
One Inverness gift shop started off in Orkney back in 1979 and has been in the city since 2009.
Visitors to Inverness and the Highlands will normally want to take back the perfect souvenir to take back home to remind them of their trip.
While The Music Shop has only been at its current location since February 2018, it has had a presence in the city centre since 1986.
Record by David Bowie was the first album bought in 1980 by the man who runs Union Vinyl on Market Brae Steps.
The team at Culloden Battlefield and Visitor Centre are celebrating a big win at the 2020 Museums and Heritage Awards last night.
Stories of the popular Highland children’s character have been published in 13 different languages and are taken to countries all over the world.
Customers travel from across the Highlands and Islands to buy books from the Inverness branch of Waterstones.
Robert Davidson set up Sandstone Press in 2002 and he has since worked closely with a number of authors to produce successful books.