Attacks are mainly from dogs, but injuries have also been caused by rats and a crocodile
The health board is projecting the saving on the way it buys goods and services by the end of the financial year.
The former oil boss, and current UK Government advisor, says tens of thousands of North Sea jobs could be lost, but the sector isn…
The Lochaber couple were appealing for details of 2 online reviewers to be released so they could launch legal action.
Proposals to allow victims and witnesses to pre-record video statements rather than give evidence in court are being considered by…
A train operator is preparing for its busiest ever Christmas period in Scotland with more than 350,000 of its passengers expected …
An Inverness man, twice convicted of murdering his cousin, is launching a fresh appeal.
We're being warned to take extra care as thousand of Christmas parties take place across the North.
Counterfeit tobacco has been seized in Moray after a trading standards investigation.
A perfect tan in a syringe, but at what cost?
Alex Salmond has hinted that the SNP would be prepared to set aside the convention that its MPs do not vote on laws that only affe…
House prices in Scotland will increase by 4% next year, a new report predicts.
Dr Chris Mair flew to West Africa from his home in Bonar Bridge in November.
The Defence Secretary said ``now is not the time to start rethinking'' the UK's nuclear deterrent, on his first visit to the Clyde…
Murray Geddes admitted causing the death of Graeme Mackenzie in May.
The UK's oil industry is ``close to collapse'' but the falling oil price could have a net benefit to the UK economy, according to …
The risk that major financial institutions could move their headquarters out of Scotland still exists despite the No vote in the i…
Electricity generated from renewables in Scotland has matched that produced from fossil fuels for the first time.
Jack and Emily were the most popular baby names in 2014, according to the National Records of Scotland (NRS).
Nicola Sturgeon's followers on Twitter have more than tripled this year, according to a social network monitor.
MFR News can reveal the NHS spent a record 113 million pounds hiring agency staff last year.
Will more North Sea workers have to take a pay cut to survive the plummeting price of oil?
A controversial roads project in Elgin is back on the table despite being refused planning permission.
The closure of search coordination services in Kinloss is to be raised at Holyrood.
Highland Council's budget proposals for next year are coming under the microscope.
Proposals to build 60 flats on the site of a demolished swimming pool in Inverness are being unveiled.
New welfare powers earmarked for devolution by the Smith Commission will be the focus of the final Holyrood debate before the Chri…
Labour's new Scottish deputy leader will take on Nicola Sturgeon at First Minister's Questions for the first time today.