Ambitious plans to revitalise the Highland seaside town of Nairn have won a major design competition.
Campaigners have claimed that millions of salmon sold by the country’s fish farms should not be branded as Scottish - as salmon eggs are being imported from Norway and Iceland to boost stocks.
Major disruption on the A9 is expected as major maintenance works are carried out on the Findhorn Bridge.
Four weeks of roadworks are to begin next week at the A9 near Aviemore.
one of Britain's most iconic and remote lighthouses - surrounded by a bombing range - has been repainted for the first time in over a decade, and just before major war games are about to start.
A section of the A95 Grantown to Aberlour road at Tormore will suffer delays as resurfacing works start next week.
Householders across the north are being told to be “on guard” and reject cold-calling home energy traders on the doorstep.
The A82 at Dochfour will be closed overnight next week for £315,000 resurfacing works.
Major overnight diversions will be in place during resurfacing works on one of the busiest roundabouts on the A96 on the outskirts of Inverness.
The public is being asked to sponsor a radio-tagged young salmon to find out why they are on the verge of extinction in many Scottish rivers.
A Moray teenager has been recognised at this year’s British Citizen Youth Awards for his extraordinary contribution to society.
There has been “considerable interest” shown by organisations wishing to be involved with a proposed spaceport in Sutherland.
The NHS Highland ‘Near Me’ initiative has expanded to Mallaig, allowing patients to be seen online.
Two RAF fighter jets came within feet of each other over a Scottish airbase in an incident rated as a “high risk” by the body that investigates near misses.
Red-faced tourism bosses had to delete a photograph posted online to promote Glencoe – because it featured the former home of shamed celebrity Jimmy Savile.
Scottish Water’s newest - and greenest - addition to its vehicle fleet has taken to the road in the Highlands.
Ambitious plans for one of Nairn’s most popular districts will go to public consultation after being considered by local councillors yesterday.
Two of the biggest names in wildlife television are at the centre of a row after the ‘sacking’ of an 11-year-old boy by a conservation charity.
An ambitious bid to transform Unst in Shetland into a space station has taken another major step forward.
Highland Council aims to generate a £4million profit after agreeing to invest £2.3m on installing solar panels on buildings across its estate.
A science arena is being introduced for the first time at the forthcoming Belladrum music festival.
Tributes were last night paid to a retired firemaster who died in a horror road smash on his way back home from playing golf on the Black Isle.
A Scottish fishing boat spent hours aground on the sandy shores of Skye – sitting virtually underneath the famous bridge yesterday.
It played a role in creating new crofting townships - and now a celebration of the 1919 Land Settlement (Scotland) Act will take place at a centenary event at Kinloch on the Isle of Lewis.
A £75,000-a-year fire chief is being sought at Dounreay nuclear power plant in Caithness.
An award-winning Inverness bakery has expanded its business in the city – creating six new jobs in the process.
Islanders are being urged to lobby politicians in a bid to rescue an under-threat hospice in the Western Isles.
A man caught drink driving while on a short journey to buy milk was fined and banned yesterday – as it emerged seven motorists were caught for alleged drink driving offences in the Highlands and Islands over the weekend.
A Skye community is appealing for support from across the Highlands as it enters the final days of a crowdfunding appeal to build new homes and a medical clinic.
Fears are being voiced that the exemption of air passenger tax in the Highlands and Islands could be axed following a recent Scottish Government decision regarding climate change.
Safety fears have been raised after it emerged overcrowded Inverness jail has "insufficient" CCTV coverage.
The sun shone on Strathspey at the weekend as one of the country's oldest Highland Games events went ahead, while many others were rained off.