A rare bottle of whisky has sold in an online auction for more than £90,000.
A new bridge opened yesterday in Glencoe on a key stretch of the A82 - complete with wildlife walkways
A number of planning applications have been lodged for more nursery accommodation at Highland schools as the council prepares to comply with new Scottish Government Early Years legislation.
Plans to demolish woodland to create homes at a "high quality nature site" in the Cairngorms have been thrown out.
Youngsters at a Forres primary school are enjoying their gym classes even more thanks to their former cohorts.
In the first of a series looking at the work of Highland trading standards, Susy Macaulay goes out with officers to watch a young volunteers test-purchasing the sale of fireworks.
A North Kessock mum is fund-raising for a purpose-built care cabin in her garden so that her terminally-ill son can stay at home.
A call-blocking device which is saving consumers, NHS and social work thousands of pounds has been hailed a "gamechanger" by trading standards officers.
Police are appealing for help to trace a man missing from north-east Fife, and who may be travelling in the Cairngorm area.
The Cairngorms Trust has called for appropriate organisations with an infrastructure or nature conservation project which could benefit from a funding boost of up to £10,000 to get in touch.
Moray councillors were told yesterday that their council is the only one in Scotland with less than five years in its reserve funds.
The 34th Burghead Boxing Day swim went ahead today, defying Moray Council's attempts to impose a charge of £100 on those staging the popular event.
Campaigners in a north community are mobilising to stop telecoms giant O2 from placing a huge mast in a residential street in the heart of their village.
One of the Cairngorms’ most iconic events took place at the weekend with only one thing missing- snow.
The future of a harbour swim which raises thousands for Moray charities is in doubt after organisers learned the council plans to charge them for the event.
Highland councillors claimed more than £1.57m in salary and expenses last year, latest figures show.
A national learning charity has deplored the looming threat to its services in Moray due to council cuts.
Young people across the north and north-east skipped school yesterday to stage a protest as part of the Scottish youth climate strike.
Professor Ronald MacDonald of Skye has announced he will stand down as a Highland councillor as from today.
Moray's clothing bank for children has launched its winter appeal for warm coats and jackets for youngsters in need.
The head teacher credited for turning around a Ross-shire secondary school has been appointed interim head of education at Highland Council.
A Highland rugby club rocked by the death of a player has revealed plans to improve its welfare support.
Dixie the tobacco detection dog is hard at work on the streets of Fort William.
A bitter row has broken out between Moray Council’s administration and opposition councillors over the budget-cutting process.
A second 18 hole championship golf course at Castle Stuart got the go-ahead from Highland councillors yesterday.
The Cairngorm funicular problems last night took another twist after the resort operator’s dozens of seasonal ski instructors were told the winter snowsports school will not open this winter.
A group which provides an important social function for men in Inverness will attempt to secure its future by moving into a new premises.
The Screen Machine’s founding operator and driver will emerge from the shadows of the projection room to take a starring role at Sunday’s British Academy Film Awards (Bafta) at the Royal Albert Hall.
A multiple AA rosette and Michelin award-winning chef thrilled crowds at a Caithness food festival this weekend.
Hebridean, Inverness and Moray developments feature large in the Saltire Society’s shortlist of housing design awards.
It’s been seven years in the making but a milestone has been achieved towards the creation of The Haven, a support centre for children and young people with multiple and complex needs in the outskirts of Inverness.
Work is to start early in the New Year to improve one of Inverness’s busiest hotspots for tourists and taxis.