Inverness

Brits 'are being priced out of getting to work', say campaigners.
1) The Highlander The number 1 spot was never in doubt. This clip is from an episode broadcast from Doncaster back in April
Sometimes it's the little things. As a regular and often weary traveller, what I really don't want to do when I get into a hotel room is go crawling around on the floor, reaching behind desks and following lamp cables behind chairs... all to try to find a spare electrical socket to plug in a charger. And often there isn't a spare socket unless you unplug the mini-fridge or one of the lamps fi
Three men have survived falling 150 metres in an avalanche in the Scottish mountains. The incident happened shortly before
Scottish Buddhists are to build a World Peace Centre on the banks of Loch Ness, buoyed by the successful visit of the Dalai
'We're a gigging band in Scotland,' Andy Clucas tells me. 'We started as an acoustic band back in the winter of 2007, and a lot of people told us we had a Dexys [Midnight Runners] sound, probably because our sound is...eclectic.'
Abandoned in a hedgerow, take a look at this rare red baby squirrel, rescued by a dog in Inverness. The squirrel is now recovering
A teenager who went missing after a Friday night party was found "frozen to death" in a garden less than 100 yards from his