Eleven-year-old Lily Hey, from Nairn, and her family were among those enjoying the big day.
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.
The Inverness Castle Viewpoint has drawn more than 29,000 visitors since it opened a year ago.
The grave of a 21-year-old Highland soldier has finally been marked 100 years after his death in Word War I.
Figures show only 35 people convicted of illegal fly-tipping in 15 years across the north of Scotland
Only 35 convictions have been made for illegal fly-tipping offences across the north and north-east in the last 15 years, according to the latest figures.
Convictions for domestic abuse offences across the Highlands and Moray have soared over the last four years, new figures have revealed.
Bosses at the Cairngorm ski resort have submitted plans for a major revamp of the UK’s highest restaurant.
A motorist who admitted causing a horror crash which killed a Moray youth worker has avoided a jail sentence.
A beauty therapist who assaulted three other women during a night out in Moray has been ordered to pay a total of £800 in fines and compensation to her victims.
Police are appealing to the public to help find a missing 67-year-old man who was reported missing from his Moray home in the early hours of this morning.
A major search is underway for a 67-year-old man reported missing from his home in a Moray town in the early hours of this morning.
A senior NHS Highland pharmacist jetted off to Salt Lake City four times in four months to learn about “quality improvement”, which included training for a scheme to cut patient travel to Inverness.
A grieving family has described the loss of a “larger than life” father and pilot who was killed in a helicopter crash in the Western Isles.
A 21-year-old Moray man has pleaded guilty to causing a head-on crash which left an elderly woman seriously injured.
Gordon Ramsay, eat your heart out.
Two rogue traders who terrorised Moray customers avoided a jail sentence yesterday and were each ordered to carry out 100 hours of unpaid work in the community.
Train passengers experienced delays during rush hour yesterday due to a signalling fault between Elgin and Forres.
A Moray man who broke into a house and then ate his kebab has been jailed - after police used the DNA on the fork he used to track him down.
A British Olympic and world champion rower - and former Gordonstoun pupil - has officially opened the new-look Nairn sports club.
Struggling coastal communities across the north and north-east could be “revived” if councils can work with local industry players to capitalise on bigger fishing quotas post-Brexit.
An Elgin woman was caught supplying £2,750 worth of heroin for a Liverpool-based organised crime group targeting the north.
Elgin City's stand-in captain will miss the last vital away games of the season after being put on a curfew for assaulting a paramedic.
A north politician hopes that plans by a Loch Ness-side community to buy out Urquhart Castle's visitor centre will inspire other north communities.
Letters have been sent to parents after a primary school pupil was caught carrying a knife on a school bus in the Highlands.
Storm Georgina wreaked havoc across the Highlands and Moray yesterday.
A woman who was arrested on suspicion of fabricating a rape claim has waived her anonymity and called for the police officers involved to lose their jobs.
It is a far cry from the World Cup.
Police have confirmed that a 67-year-old man reported missing from his home in Forres yesterday morning has been found safe and well. Ian Neale was traced yesterday evening following a search effort involving police and coastguard teams in the River Findhorn area.
A Moray man narrowly avoided jail yesterday after admitting assaulting a group of friends in a bar while on a night out.
Schools in Moray are punishing more pupils for racism than all secondaries in the Highlands and islands and Argyll combined.
A comprehensive new guide to support services for the armed forces community in the Highlands and Islands and Moray has been published by a national charity.
A Forres man accused of stalking a coffee shop worker yesterday admitted he sometimes "lived in a Walter Mitty fantasy world".