He will miss the next two matches.
Adder Business has hired more staff in recent months, as it looks to the future with confidence.
My biggest fear when being asked to take up a position in the government was that it would take away time in the region, says our columnist.
Around 400 students and their families attended a careers event at Nairn Academy.
Forward agrees deal down under.
But there is little information on roads spending as the £602.5 million budget seeks to plug a £65 million blackhole.
Hundreds of our readers have sent in images of their precious pets in aid of national love your pet day.
Farmfoods, Charleston Post Office, Taste of China and Go Outdoors were targeted.
Four people were taken to hospital after a car crash in Inverness, police have confirmed.
A disabled pensioner, who breathes with an oxygen cylinder, pleads with the council to be decanted from his mouldy home before it 'kills' him.
The play park was 'destroyed' during the night with many residents outraged by the incident.
Loch Ness-side shinty players often have to change in their cars because clubhouse facilities are so cramped.
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HUMZA Yousaf has denied that the Scottish Government scrapped the 2030 target for dualling the A96 more than three years ago.
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Residents were affected by the outage throughout yesterday.
High Life Highland has shared a sneak peek into construction works to give a historic Highland capital venue a new lease of life.
Nairn Highland Games has launched a new website in a bid to become even more successful, reducing costs and be more accessible to audiences.
Folk are still struggling with the cost of living, rising rent and mortgage costs, compounded by stagnant wages, says our MP.
Young defence has to swim at the deep end, says defender.