A letter from the Department of Work and Pensions that I’d be receiving a £500 winter fuel payment put a spring in my step on a chilly winter morning.
Chelsie Allison, Miss Scotland, is justifiably proud of bringing that title to Inverness.
Shop locally where possible, and your money supports local families – owners and staff, says our columnist.
We have our problems here but the pace of life is less hectic and less stressful, says our columnist.
'Charges show a repeated and sustained course of conduct towards anyone that you take exception to or hate the colour of their skin,' sheriff said.
Events attract visitors, boost a town’s reputation, and build a positive image of the town, says our columnist.
There should also be no underestimating the vote-losing resentment directed at the sheer arrogance of the SNP, says our columnist.
The court heard Pemberton also had sex with two other underage girls – aged 14 and 15.
'Come on' taunt heard from man as he tried to escape police in Falcon Square before saying he would 'gouge their eyes out'.
Anger over millions cut from schools budgets has a familiar ring. Parental protest over closures and cutbacks has resounded down the generations.
Our columnist says there is no time to spare when it comes to rural areas.
New census figures have revealed that almost a quarter of the population of the Highlands is over the age of 65.
I have a wedding to attend outside London and the bride-to-be was visiting her parents when I made a regular call for an update on the news.
Our columnist says: Repair roads, complete the A9 dualling, improve and the Perth to Inverness railway line, and sort the west coast ferries!
There’s been a drastic change since the era of George Osborne and Danny Alexander, says our columnist.
The 67-year-old man had been protecting his own dog when the blue American bulldog bit his arm.
Fergus Ewing is more than making up for lost time, says our columnist.
We’ll be working out how we can support young entrepreneurs better, says our columnist.
A 12-mile trek from Glenmore to Loch Insh was unmissable thanks to family and friends.
There was nothing illustrious about the castle when it was home to the sheriff court, there were certainly no traces of grandeur, says our columnist.