Bear Scotland is set to spend over £4 million on what it describes as “unprecedented damage” to trunk roads in the North West of Scotland.
A group of children whose lives have been affected by cancer have been taken on a mini-adventure to Orkney.
A commis chef who lost his job when Elgin’s Mansion House closed its doors has taken the first step to his own dream career.
A double amputee from Orkney suffering chronic pain has been told she would wait a year to see a consultant in Aberdeen.
Drinks experts are predicting a bumper year for Scotland’s national drink as the industry enjoys a boom in Whisky tourism.
Taxi drivers in the north have accused the council of endangering their livelihoods by overcharging them for licences and failing to cap the number of cabs on the streets.
A climber has told how he thought he was going to die after spending the night in the Cairngorms.
A leading military historian has described a controversial housing development near Culloden battlefield as “akin to burning an archive.”
Dozens of desperate Calor Gas customers across the Highlands have been left without power because of a serious supply shortage.
A new scheme to create a network of whale-watching spots up and down the west coast could create jobs and boost the economy.
Local businesses have been urged to intervene to help resurrect the Highland Military Tattoo after organisers announced it is to be axed.
A new film that is a “love letter to Scotland” could trigger a wave of senior climbers tackling some of the north’s, boosting tourism in the process.
A new festival is to use some old treasures to celebrate young people as part of a participatory series of events over the summer.
The Inverness Coastguard base was the busiest in the UK in the first three months of 2018.
Supporters of Ross County and Aberdeen put aside their sporting differences last night for a minute of applause in tribute to an ardent Dons fan who died at the weekend.
The north’s psychiatric hospital has been forced to temporarily reduce capacity due to a chronic shortage in nursing staff.
It took all of our space technology capabilities to capture it, but here it is at last - a cloudless sky in the Highlands.
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for heavy snow expected to fall “broadly across Scotland” - particularly on high ground in the Highlands, Moray and the north-east from early today.
Emergency work is due to start this week on a historic Inverness building after it was hit with a Dangerous Buildings Notice yesterday.
Scotland is set for more freezing temperatures this morning after Dalwhinnie became the coldest place in the UK when the mercury plunged to -12.4C.
Developers have abandoned plans to extend a controversial wind farm in Moray.
The controversial decision to approve a new housing development near Culloden Battlefield has been suspended, it has emerged.
More than a third of the most at-risk historic sites cared for by a leading public body are in the Highlands, according to a new report on climate change damage.
Northern Scotland has already received more weather warnings this winter than last with Met Office predicting more “Siberian” weather for the UK.