A controversial hydro-scheme on the banks of Loch Ness will go before a public inquiry, its developers have said, after it was rejected for a second time by Highland Councillors in December.
Calls for enhanced safety on A9 at Munlochy junction following crash that claimed 16-year-old’s life
An urgent summit must be held to prevent further loss of lives on the Black Isle's roads, the Scottish Government has been told.
Police have launched an appeal for information after two people were left with “serious” injuries yesterday following a crash on the A9.
A firefighter from Oban who is fighting a degenerative disease has been given special recognition by the fire service after his diagnosis forced his retirement.
Warm tributes have been paid to long-standing north politician Lord Robert Maclennan who has been hailed as an example of what every elected member should aspire to be.
A north-based soldier who tried to take his own life has launched a new fitness venture to help people with their mental health.
Call for low emission zones as Inverness street is named among nation’s worst air pollution offenders
Calls have been made for low emissions zones to be implemented in Inverness after the city's Academy Street was found to be one of the worst air pollution offenders in Scotland.
A 14-year-old swimmer from Tain has been selected to compete in an international competition after being called up to the Scottish youth development squad.
Royal Dornoch Golf Club has cause for celebration after being ranked as best in the world by leading online golf reservation service golfscape.
Two people have been taken to hospital following a crash on the A9.
More than 1,000 hardy cyclists battled it out over the course of the weekend as the gruelling 24-hour Strathpuffer event was again hailed a success.
The north's main theatre is to get a share of a £19million Government pot funded by assets seized from criminals.
Highland Council working on plan to address Academy Street pollution after it is found to be fourth worst in Scotland
Chiefs at Highland Council are working an action plan to address issues on Inverness’ Academy Street after it was found to be the fourth-worst in Scotland for toxic air pollution.