While temperatures are still warm across the board in Scotland, sunshine feels like a distant memory this week.
The recent heatwave feels like a distant memory already - but what has the weather got in store for Scotland this weekend?
The Co-op Group has officially opened its new £6 million distribution centre at Inverness Airport Business Park.
Building preservation company Richardson & Starling is expanding with the opening of an office in Inverness.
Scotland will welcome back the sunshine with open arms today (Thursday 26 July), as the country looks forward to the highest temperatures of the week.
Temperatures will remain high across Scotland this week, but we’ll also see some heavy rain, particularly in the Central Belt, according to the Met Office.
Inverness has been named among the top 10 most profitable destinations to purchase a vacation property in the UK.
It may feel like the summer heatwave is over for Scotland, but at least the rain isn’t expected to ruin the coming weekend, according to the Met Office.
A lorry fire closed a major north road for more than seven hours
Scottish wildcats are facing extinction after it emerged that 30 per cent of the species could be wiped out by a wind farm expansion.
An Inverness care home has been ordered to make urgent improvements in its care of vulnerable residents.
Don’t worry, our invite got lost in the post too - but you can still watch the royal wedding this Saturday 19 May without making a trip to Windsor.
Police have recovered around £100,000 worth of cannabis after stopping a car on the A9.
The Battle of Culloden, on 16 April 1746 was one of Scotland’s most famous conflicts and the climax of a decades-long battle to install the descendants of the House of Stuarts to the British throne.
Invergordon has become a key part of Scotland’s tourist industry. Last year it welcomed more than 149,000 visitors from 93 cruise ships, making the Cromarty port a real gateway to the Highlands.
A Canadian teacher forced to leave the UK and her teaching job in Scotland due to visa issues will be back in the school next month.
It has been a tough one to call for experts but the question of Scotland’s oldest castle appears to be settled.
The National Trust for Scotland is calling for an archaeological investigation at a disused farm on Culloden battlefield before 16 homes are built.
Prince Harry is being tipped to hold his stag do in Scotland, with bookmakers predicting that he will eschew a far-flung country in favour of a weekend spent north of the border.