A generous cheque for £20,000 is being split between Kyle of Lochalsh and Portree Lifeboat Stations.
A police dog’s bite stopped a violent attack on a constable after five blows of “unprecedented force” and three incapacitant sprays failed to stop his assailant, a court heard.
Plans to demolish woodland to create homes at a "high quality nature site" in the Cairngorms have been thrown out.
Police reviewing the death of a Highland man six years ago will conduct door-to-door inquiries in his home village today.
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.
New scheme launched as police reveal more than 40 people with dementia have been reported missing in the past year in the Highlands
More than 40 people with dementia were reported missing in the Highlands last year.
Residents of a Skye township shed tears of emotion in Highland Council chamber yesterday as they defended their coastline against a proposed fish farm- and tears of joy when councillors finally refused to grant the development.
A couple have launched an online appeal after the dream home they had started building in the north Highlands was levelled by Storm Brendan.
Inverness Victorian Market busker shares ‘heartbreaking news’ Emily the Dalmatian has died following short illness
She was a near-permanent fixture in Inverness's Victorian Market with her busker owner.
A police officer told a court how she had to use incapacitant spray for the first time in her 13-year career on a man she said was viciously attacking her colleague.
The return of proposals for a seven turbine wind farm in Caithness have prompted angry and despairing responses from local residents who believe an industrial "ring of steel" is tightening its grip on their community.
Police have launched an appeal for information after two people were left with “serious” injuries yesterday following a crash on the A9.
Highland Council has been told to get on with making budget savings and improve its poor service performance, particularly in education.
A poll has revealed the majority of locals on the Ardnamurchan peninsula would be in favour of a bridge or a tunnel replacing the current ferry shuttle service operating from Corran to Ardgour.
Blue Monday might not really exist, but we must not neglect our mental health during a difficult winter
On what is rumoured to be the most depressing day of the year, it's important to keep the lines of communication open.
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.
Locals living along the world-famous North Coast 500 route have criticised plans to introduce new signs amid claims they were excluded from the decision-making process.
Timeline: Everything we know so far about the search for answers over the death of Stefan Sutherland
The appearance of more than a dozen detectives knocking on doors in the Caithness village of Lybster today will be a welcome sight for the family of Stefan Sutherland.
A motorcyclist has told a court how a scene of “utter chaos” unfolded during an alleged roadside attack.
Schools, community centres and other council buildings have been damaged and broken into thousands of times across the north and north-east in the last four years.
Campaigners believe a decision to hold an inquiry into the death of Sheku Bayoh could pave the way for a probe into the 2012 RAF Tornado crash over the Moray Firth.
NHS Highland is looking to bring in two independent services to support its staff in the wake of the Sturrock report into bullying in the organisation.
Council officials have raised more than £6,000 for the Highland Hospice.
Highland motorists are experiencing heavy traffic this afternoon following a crash outside Taynuilt.
NHS Highland chief executive Iain Stewart is quitting the post to take up a role in Orkney, the health authority has announced.
A team of police officers yesterday hit the streets of a Caithness village as part of a review into the mysterious death of a local man.
It was one of the cruellest of ironies in the aftermath of the Second World War; the tragic death of Lieutenant Colonel Ralph Garrett and his teenage son in the Highlands in 1952.
Over a thousand huskies will compete this weekend at the Siberian Husky Club of Great Britain’s Sled Dog Rally in Aviemore for the 37th year.
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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.
Criminals across the north and north-east have dodged almost £650,000 in court fines over the past four years.