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Highland man threatened to shoot his neighbour

Highland man threatened to shoot his neighbour

A man who threatened to shoot his neighbours has been remanded in custody for reports.


Police restrained Highland man with a spit hood

Police restrained Highland man with a spit hood

Police officers had to place a spit hood over a man as he was arrested in front of onlookers outside the Gellions pub in Inverness.


Trials in Highlands put off due to Commonwealth Games

Trials in Highlands put off due to Commonwealth Games

Trials at courts in the Highlands have had to be postponed due to the re-deployment of police in the region to the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.


UK drivers' top ten hates!

UK drivers' top ten hates!

Drivers’ biggest summer (litter) bugbears have been revealed by the AA.


Highland police renew missing man appeal

Highland police renew missing man appeal

Police Scotland have renewed their appeal for information to trace William Potter (31) who has been reported missing from the Merkinch area of Inverness.


Grantown's golden boy strikes again - twice!

Grantown's golden boy strikes again - twice!

Grantown’s  medal-winning phenomenon Craig MacLean has, at 43 years of age, claimed an astonishing double-gold triumph at the Glasgow Games,…


Police anxious to trace missing Inverness man

Police anxious to trace missing Inverness man

The police are anxious to trace William Potter (31) who has been reported missing from the Merkinch area of Inverness.


Kincraig's panda premiere!

Kincraig's panda premiere!

Badenoch's latest babes have been unveiled at the Highland Wildlife Park.


Hot advice for Highland dog owners

Hot advice for Highland dog owners

As temperatures soar in the Highlands, the Scottish SPCA has issued a fresh warning urging people not to leave their dogs in hot cars.


Woman fled Highland home in fear in state of undress

Woman fled Highland home in fear in state of undress

A woman fled her home after an elderly  man she befriended in a pub attacked her in her bedroom.


Aviemore sportsman hoping to make a big splash

Aviemore sportsman hoping to make a big splash

A talented sportsman from the strath has swapped his skis for oars and is on the crest of a wave after being selected to row for Scotland this weekend.


"Tread lightly" in the Cairngorms

"Tread lightly" in the Cairngorms

Things are getting hot for the Cairngorms – so much that a weather warning was issued today (Thursday) by the national park authority.


Highland retailers urged to bag-up on new charges

Highland retailers urged to bag-up on new charges

Highland Council are encouraging retailers throughout the region to get ready to charge for plastic carrier bags.


A9 delays expected in Badenoch as part of dualling work

A9 delays expected in Badenoch as part of dualling work

Motorists using the A9 between Kincraig and Dalraddy are being warned of traffic disruption over the next two months as preparatory work gets underway…


Highland invite to attend World War I commemorations

Highland invite to attend World War I commemorations

A contingent of 150 will represent the Highlands at a major event marking the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War in Edinburgh next month.


Strath's games-goers urged to finalise travel plans

Strath's games-goers urged to finalise travel plans

Her Majesty’s baton may have made it safely to the Central Belt but will the rest of us?  By all accounts we’re leaving it very late.


Missing Aviemore teen found safe and well

Missing Aviemore teen found safe and well

Police can confirm that a 15-year-old girl from Aviemore reported missing on Friday has been traced safe and well.


National parks week to be celebrated in Cairngorms

National parks week to be celebrated in Cairngorms

Britain’s biggest national park is gearing up to celebrateNational Parks Week.


Opponents claim Alexander tax 'U-turn' prompted by election fears

Opponents claim Alexander tax 'U-turn' prompted by election fears

The SNP claims fears of a General Election wipe-out have forced MP Danny Alexander to ditch support for the bedroom tax policy.


Strathspey steam railway continues to make tracks to Grantown

Strathspey steam railway continues to make tracks to Grantown

A section of Strathspey railway line which was axed as part of the notorious Beeching cuts has now re-opened to rail passengers for the first…


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