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Can you help police trace missing Inverness woman Donna Bain?  Police are appealing for information to help trace a missing Inverness woman.
Police appeal after Lerwick War Memorial vandalised  Police in Shetland are appealing for information after the war memorial in Lerwick was vandalised.
Care worker sanctioned after vulnerable resident given overdose in Highland care home  A Lochaber care worker was sanctioned by her ruling body after she oversaw an overdose of a narcotic painkiller to a vulnerable resident -...
Thunder in the Glens to roar into the Highlands  More than 3,000 bikers are set to descend on the Highlands this weekend for one of Europe's largest annual gatherings of Harley-Davidson motorcycle enthusiasts.
Road improvements to start next week on the B851 at Inverarnie  Work on the B851 Errogie to Culloden road at Inverarnie Village will start on Monday.
Councillors to discuss Royal Dornoch Golf Club lease  People in and around Dornoch are to be given their say on a proposal by Highland Council to grant a long lease to the operators of the town’s famous golf club.
Mowi meets Kyleakin residents to hear concerns over noise and odour at new feed plant  Bosses of Mowi – the world’s largest salmon farming company – have met residents of the Kyleakin community to hear first-hand their concerns ...
MP suggests introducing road tolls on NC500  Road tolls on the NC500 tourist road could bring in funds to invest in improvements, a north MP has suggested.
Orkney ultra-marathon runner to take on another world record attempt  An Orkney-based ultra-marathon runner is taking on an incredible challenge this weekend as he bids for another world record.
Better outcomes for looked-after young people as Highland Council brings them home  Highland Council says its enhanced placement programme for looked-after children has resulted in improved outcomes for the youngsters and...
Chalmers aims to be father figure for Staggies  New dad Joe Chalmers admits he is running on adrenaline but ready to help the Ross County cause this weekend.
Princess Royal to visit Flannan Isles Lighthouse  The Princess Royal is to visit an exhibition telling the tale of the disappearance of three lighthouse keepers on the Flannan Isles.
Contact the Elderly groups invited by councillor for afternoon tea at Inverness Town House  An Inverness councillor, who is no stranger to hosting charity tea parties, has gone the extra mile to invite members of two Contact...
Peatland project to be celebrated  A project which has been restoring vast areas of damaged peatland in Caithness and Sutherland will be celebrated in Inverness next month.
Welsh hoping patience pays off in Caley Jags return  Caley Thistle midfielder Sean Welsh hopes his patience is rewarded following a long-awaited return from a broken metatarsal.
Outrage after Aberdeen council bosses dump a dozen musical instruments in skips outside city school  Aberdeen council bosses have been blasted for “recklessly” dumping around a dozen musical instruments in skips outside a city...
Emergency services called as vehicle leaves north-east road and goes down an embankment  Emergency services have been sent to a single vehicle accident in the north-east this morning.
Two Aberdeen charities share thousands of pounds to tackle street begging and homelessness  Two Aberdeen charities are sharing £12,500 to tackle street begging and homelessness in the city.
Argyll pupils have their say on school dinners  Pupils from across Argyll and Bute will continue to have a say on what is on their school menus.
Scotland ran up £12.6 billion deficit in 2018/19, GERS report reveals  Scotland spent £12.6billion more than was raised in taxes in 2018-19, running a deficit that was six times bigger than that of the UK.
Deputy First Minister visits Nairn to hear about innovative project aimed at getting kids into farming and food and drink industries  Deputy First Minister John Swinney visited Nairn Academy to hear about an innovative project...
CalMac to close tourist shop in Fort William  Ferry operator CalMac is closing its Fort William base after being in the town for decades.
Uncertainty continues after Chalmers Hospital information drop-in session  Extra information about the overnight usage of Chalmers Hospital's minor injury unit has been issued ahead of a decision on its future.
Argyll wind farm plan fails to gain backing  Plans for a 17-turbine wind farm in Argyll failed to gain the support of local councillors yesterday who feared it would have a detrimental impact on peat resources in the area.
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