A new visitor centre at the Highland Wildlife Park has moved closer after £100,000 of lottery funding was secured.
The new polar bear cub at the Highland Wildlife Park has been named Hamish after a public vote.
The Highland Wildlife Park in Kincraig have given an update on Hamish the polar bear cub.
A litter of 10 adorable Arctic fox cubs have added another touch of cuteness to the Highland Wildlife Park.
The first polar bear to be born in the UK for 25 years has just turned one!
A purpose-built visitor centre to welcome upwards of 200,000 people to the heartland of the Highlands has taken a step closer, thanks to funding from the National Lottery.
A record breaking year as visitor numbers almost doubled with tourists and locals flocking to the wildlife park.
It was pumpkin playtime for Hamish today as the polar bear cub celebrates his first Halloween.
Plans for a new visitor centre at the heart of Highland Wildlife Park have been showcased to locals.
Hamish was taking a tumble when ex-polar-ing his enclosure at the Highland Wildlife Park in Kincraig today.
Is it Poulsen, MacKinnon, Artor or Hamish? Public to decide the name of the first polar bear born in the UK for 25 years
The public will vote to decide the name of the first polar bear born in the UK for 25 years.
RZSS Highland Wildlife Park animal keeper learns about Amur leopard and tiger conservation in Russia
A senior animal keeper at RZSS Highland Wildlife Park has travelled to the Far East of Russia to learn about Amur leopard and tiger conservation.
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.
Ambitious plans to revitalise the Highland seaside town of Nairn have won a major design competition.
Chilling predictions have been made for Arctic polar bears and other large predators by an Oban scientist.
Six diverse figures will be speaking in Inverness as part of the Royal Scottish Geographical Society’s Inspiring People talks.
A trio of north butchers proved they’re a cut above the rest after being crowned champions of the inaugural Scottish Butchers Wars, run by Scottish Craft Butchers and sponsored by Scotch Lamb PGI.
One of Scotland’s best known lighthouses is in line for a solar panel array to enable the lamp to be solar-powered by 2021.
For some, Friday 13th can be extremely unlucky - but for one Dingwall couple it was the start of six decades of joy.
Eleven-year-old Lily Hey, from Nairn, and her family were among those enjoying the big day.
Campaigners have claimed that millions of salmon sold by the country’s fish farms should not be branded as Scottish - as salmon eggs are being imported from Norway and Iceland to boost stocks.
The programme for this year’s Gaelic music festival Blas has been revealed, with organisers promising ‘something for every member of the family'.
Highland Council buildings in line for solar panels, LED lighting and new boilers after energy efficiency funding boost
Highland Council says it could save up to £600,000 annually on energy bills thanks to new interest-free finance to invest in efficiency measures such as solar panels, upgrading inefficient oil boiler systems and LED lighting.
Highland Council planners have granted permission for a bunk house on the site of a former brewery in Wester Ross-shire.
A primary school pupil from Fort William had the honour of cutting the ribbon to officially open a new puffin crossing in Lochaber.
Wester Ross residents yesterday attended a drop-in session in Lochcarron to hear more about the remedial work planned for the Stromeferry bypass - regularly hit by landslips.
A green energy generation system met 98% of residents’ fuel needs during a trial by the Isle of Canna Community Development Trust.
Major disruption on the A9 is expected as major maintenance works are carried out on the Findhorn Bridge.
Four weeks of roadworks are to begin next week at the A9 near Aviemore.
Public consultations have begun on the £17m project at Melness in Sutherland with a planning application expected to be lodged next year.
Aberdeenshire and the Highlands may be among the best places in Scotland to see an extraordinary display of the Northern Lights this weekend.
A collision between two cars north of the Kessock Bridge saw long tailbacks on the A9 southbound this morning.