● Oban lifeboat launched to assist unwell patient from Lismore Oban lifeboat launched this morning to assist an unwell patient from Lismore.
● Row of three homes get go ahead in Dingwall Permission has been granted for a row of three houses in Dingwall, despite local objections.
● Woman, 91, suffers life-threatening injuries in two-vehicle Aberdeen crash A 91-year-old woman was taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries after a serious accident on a busy Aberdeen road.
● Final phase of new development in Argyll village completed The final phase of a 32-home development in Connel village, north of Oban, has been completed.
● Highlands to welcome over 1,000 huskies for the biggest dog sled rally in the UK this weekend Over a thousand huskies will compete this weekend at the Siberian Husky Club of Great Britain’s Sled Dog Rally in Aviemore for the...
● Communities in Moray to be given chance to fund own flashing speed signs to try to slow traffic Moray communities blighted with concerns about speeding traffic are poised to be given the chance to fund their own warning signs.
● Councillors turn down controversial Skye fish farm Residents of a Skye township shed tears of emotion in Highland Council chamber yesterday as they defended their coastline against a proposed fish farm- and tears of joy when...
● Popular Fochabers ice-cream parlour celebrates both Burns Night and the Chinese New Year in one flavour combination A Moray ice cream parlour that is famous for its wacky creations has launched a new flavour today that...
● Move pays off with growth in renewables work North-east energy services firm Flowline Specialists has delivered its first set of results under new boss Ross Whittingham, who said growth in renewables work vindicated its...
● Paul Campbell targets season of silverware as Fraserburgh go from strength from strength Success breeds success, as the old saying goes.
● Family visit charity ambulance team who saved baby James following traumatic dog attack A three-month-old boy has been reunited with the Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance (SCAA) team that saved his life after he was mauled by a ...
● Bedroom attacker jailed after assaulting partner and friend A north man who found his partner naked in bed with one of his friends and attacked them both was yesterday jailed for 45 months
● Spittal on hunt for Staggies redemption against Hearts Ross County midfielder Blair Spittal is thankful for the quick opportunity for redemption in tonight's Premiership match against Hearts.
● Caley Jag McCart agrees Perth move Caley Thistle defender Jamie McCart has signed a pre-contract agreement to join St Johnstone in the summer.
● Staggies make their move for Shaw Ross County are close to finalising a deal for Hibernian striker Oli Shaw.
● Court hears how police dog helped stop vicious attack on Inverness officer A police dog’s bite stopped a violent attack on a constable after five blows of “unprecedented force” and three incapacitant sprays failed to stop his...
● Food bank overwhelmed by donations and free repair offer after break-in shock Staff at a food bank have been “overwhelmed” by generous pledges of assistance after falling victim to a break-in.
● Lord Provost marks Holocaust Memorial Day at Aberdeen event A special event to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day will be held in Aberdeen next week.
● Jambos out to embrace fresh start under Stendel, says Ferguson Ross County co-manager Steven Ferguson says the Staggies must be ready to face a revitalised Hearts side at Victoria Park tonight.
● Expansion looms for business park in Moray A business park in Moray could be poised to expand with firms continuing to inquire about moving in - despite it being full.
● Community demands Park Bridge be reopened before year anniversary of its closure An Aberdeenshire community has demanded the council commit to reopening a key bridge before the first anniversary of its closure.
● Call for council to work more closely with gypsy-traveller community An Aberdeenshrie councillor has called on the authority to carry out further work with gypsy/travellers in the north-east.
● Lifeguard to cycle, swim, kayak and climb across Scotland to thank those who helped him battle depression A lifeguard will cycle, swim, kayak and climb his way across Scotland as a way of giving back to the mental health...
● Taylor aims to stop car buddy Long in his tracks Aberdeen defender Ash Taylor knows exactly what he is facing as he tries to stop in-form Motherwell striker Chris Long at Pittodrie tonight.