Highland Council has extended the online consultation into proposed improvements to Inverness city centre.
Communities in the Highlands are set for a £28 million windfall thanks to energy giant SSE.
ONE of the city’s biggest firms is changing its strategy because it expects a period of “low activity” in the oil and gas sector.
A HOTEL which has specialised in providing holidays for people with arthritis and other disabilities for half a century is closing its doors.
A COLLEGE for young people with additional support needs has been awarded a funding boost by DIY giant Screwfix.
KIND-hearted shopkeepers are helping an Inverness youngster with her coin collecting hobby by setting aside specially-minted versions of 50p and £2…
INVERNESS has welcomed in 2019 with more people than ever living in poverty and seeking help to survive.
Inverness Caledonian Thistle have confirmed they have signed full-back Kevin McHattie as their first acquisition of the transfer window.
Martin MacDonald says he only wanted to return to Clachnacuddin after deciding to leave Highland league rivals Rothes during the festive period.
The Cage Warriors welterweight world champion has travelled all over the country to fight his way up to a title, and now he thinks it is only right that…
THREE years ago there was no shinty played at primary school level in Inverness. Now thanks to Inverness Shinty Academy it has become one of the fastest…
Inverness’s mixed martial arts world champion Ross Houston is happy to bide his time in order to achieve his goal of competing in the Ultimate Fighting…
A LAST-second try from Ciaran Docherty gave Ross Sutherland victory against an Exiles XV in the annual memorial fixture in memory of two former players.
The 16-year-old connected with a cross from fellow Ross-shire teenager Ross Logan to win all three points for Clach.
Ross County took an early lead through Billy Mckay, but White got Caley Thistle back on level terms before first half was over.
NEW life is being breathed into plans to create the Highlands’s first dedicated piping centre.
THE long-serving leader of an Inverness youth organisation is among those recognised in the New Year Honours List.
Ross County 2 (Mckay, Stewart)
NHS Highland’s outgoing chief executive gave evidence at the Scottish Parliament’s public audit and post-legislative scrutiny committee.
Now Highland Copiers managing director Mike Rae and service manager Chris Rae – no relation – have scored a seasonal comedy hit of their own…