Eleven-year-old Lily Hey, from Nairn, and her family were among those enjoying the big day.
It’s not often you see more than one on a golf course.
When he died, his family paid tribute to his colourful personality and wonderful smile.
Parents of Highland boy who died following second cancer battle to fundraise for community in his memory
The parents of an eight-year-old boy from Nairn who died following his second cancer battle are to start fundraising to help build a special family area in their community.
Plans have been unveiled to build a new craft beer bar and brewery in a small Highland village which could be a major tourist draw and create up to a dozen jobs.
A small island between Orkney and Shetland is on course to enjoy a 24-hour electricity supply for the first time by the end of September.
A "brave, caring and witty" eight-year-old boy from Nairn has died following his second cancer battle.
The first milestone has been reached in a £1.1million culvert replacement project on a busy Highland road.
Traffic management is back in place on the Cromarty Bridge to allow teams to safely work on the £1.5 million improvement project.
A 47-year-old cyclist was killed on New Year’s Day after being in an accident with a car on a Highland road.
Two Highland women are celebrating nearly 15 years of friendship, thanks to their love of walking and the great outdoors.
A popular Highland Games has been hailed a huge success by organisers after attendance surged by nearly a fifth on last year - producing the biggest crowds since 2011.
BrewDog customers in the Highlands and Moray are being charged nearly double for their deliveries compared to those in the south of England - despite being hundreds of miles closer to the company’s Aberdeenshire base.
JD Wetherspoon has applied for a certificate of lawfulness to convert a car park beside their Kings Highway pub into a beer garden.
Environmentalists have urged the developers behind the UK’s first planned spaceport to address concerns over the possible toxic fallout from rocket launches.
Police Scotland received more than 10 “revenge porn” complaints a week in the first year of tough new legislation coming in to force - but over half of these were dropped.
A grieving Western Isles mother has paid tribute to her “talented and loving” footballer son who died suddenly on New Year’s Day.
Archaeologists have been left astonished after unearthing a 2,000 year old wooden bowl from an underground chamber at an Iron Age settlement in Orkney.
Children were left in tears after being wrongly sent home without medals after a school sports competition in Inverness - despite parents showing video evidence to officials.
Pressure is mounting on the junior Up Helly Aa committee in Shetland to let girls take part in next year’s event.
An Inverness dad is searching for a young “hero” who reacted quickly to help his six-year-old daughter after she slipped and smashed her head off a metal railing.
Anglers marked the start of a promising fishing season at two north rivers at the weekend - and an enthusiastic two-year-old joined in the celebrations.
The Inverness Castle Viewpoint has drawn more than 29,000 visitors since it opened a year ago.
Entries are now open for the 25th annual world porridge making championships in the Highland village of Carrbridge.
Just one teacher has been dismissed for incompetence in the last 20 years across all of the north and north-east, it has emerged.
Parents have voiced their fears that a £45 million Highland super-school will be removed from the council’s capital programme amid site selection issues and looming budget cuts.
A row has erupted amid fears a much-needed flood prevention scheme for a city suburb has been "kicked down the road" with delays of at least a year on original target.
A playpark fire in Inverness could have spread into gorse backing onto homes, police have said.
It would be the first project of its kind in the Highlands and would be sure to get tails wagging...
A Hebridean cancer group has attacked plans by local health chiefs to crack down on the number of NHS-funded escorts accompanying patients to the mainland.
Firefighters are currently battling a tractor fire on a farm near Dingwall. Two appliances from the Ross-shire town were called to a field just off the A834 Dingwall-Strathpeffer road at 2.53pm. A fire service spokesman said the tractor was “well alight.” No one has been hurt.
Firefighters tackled a fire at a farmhouse near Aviemore this morning.