An exhibition of vibrant Highland landscapes by one of Scotland’s finest contemporary artists is to go on display in Glencoe next month at the newly revamped visitor centre.
A Highland councillor yesterday expressed his lack of faith in Scottish Government planners over their decision to grant planning permission to a controversial wind farm development in Caithness.
Motorists travelling over the sea to Skye are to face delays from next week for roadworks.
The delivery of a much-needed 21st century new school and community hub in a Skye village has taken an important step closer.
Councillors yesterday handed third sector sports, culture and leisure organisations breathing space by unanimously voting to maintain funding levels for the upcoming financial year.
A Highland-wide competition has been launched to allow school pupils to have their say on the branding of an electric vehicle and the charging infrastructure across the region.
A busy tourist route will be partially shut for road works later this month - resulting in a 28-mile diversion.
Pupils in Sutherland are being invited to attend a three-day space themed summer school with Mars at the forefront of the event.
A vital petrol station on Skye has reopened following a £3.5million overhaul.
Work on a north section of a national cycle route is to begin today for three weeks as part of a £250,000 investment.
A long serving housing officer of the Highland Council has been recognised by the local authority after scooping their coveted Employee of the Year award.
The parent council of a "dilapidated" Skye primary - where a third of pupils claim to have been stricken by respiratory illnesses - has issued a desperate plea for their "sick school" to finally be replaced.
Members of the public are being advised that the A9 trunk road by the Tain bypass is set to be closed between 7pm and 7am from Sunday 10 March to Friday 15 March as vital resurfacing works are conducted.
A gritter left the road in the early hours of this morning near to Appin as workers worked tirelessly to treat roads ahead of the influx of commuters this morning, with temperatures dropping to around -3c overnight.
Work worth in the region of £500,000 has now been completed on two sections of rock slope opposite Loch Ness.
About 900 tonnes of debris that could have caused another landslide on the A83 at the Rest and Be Thankful has been halted thanks to mitigation measures put in place by the roads maintenance company.
A man was left with serious injuries after a crash on the busy A86 Spean Bridge to Kingussie road shortly before noon yesterday.
Coastguard search and rescue helicopter Rescue 900 was called into action earlier today as a casualty required emergency evacuation from a North Sea supply vessel.
As wedding venues go, it is an internationally sought-after back drop.
Following extensive consultation after a community backlash, the Co-Op has announced a diesel supply will be maintained at its Broadford filling station while £3.4 million worth of refurbishment works are conducted.
The Co-op has delayed refurbishment work on Skye’s only 24-hour filling station after a backlash by by community groups and leaders fearing the vital resource would be closed off to the public for three months.
Over 200 lives were lost when HMY Iolaire collided with rocks at the Beasts of Holm on January 1, 1919, in a tragedy that cut so deeply it was not publicly discussed by islanders for decades.
Man airlifted to hospital after oil tanker overturns on Highland road and causes a 136-mile diversion
The driver of an oil tanker which overturned on a busy Highland road was airlifted to hospital yesterday with serious injuries.
A prestigious golf tournament has announced a scoop in attracting a headline group of broadcasters.
A yellow 'be aware' weather warning has been issued by the Met Office, with snow and ice forecasted for the north and north-east today.
Preparations for the biggest Hogmanay party in the Highlands are coming to fruition.
Police officers are this evening in attendance at a crash just south of Aviemore.
Preparations for this year’s Run the Runway event, in aid of Maggie's Highland, are in full swing.
An art teacher at Thurso High School has created a large-scale canvas in memory of the 201 sailors who perished in the Iolaire disaster nearly 100 years ago.
Icy weather and freezing temperatures caused disruption across the north yesterday with school closures and crashes.
Residents on the Fair Isle are celebrating today as a renewable energy system goes live, giving them a 24-hour power supply for the first time in the island’s history.
Work is set to begin later this month on a project worth in the region of £165,000 aimed at improving the road surface on the A830 around the Glenfinnan area.