Well-known Western Isles farmer Hamish Angus Mackenzie has died at the age of 83.
An ambitious proposal to create 15 homes using energy-saving materials has been submitted to the local authority.
Scotland’s only male polar bears, Walker and Arktos, celebrated their birthdays in style this week with some special gifts.
Two power giants have led fresh calls for a "level playing field" to encourage investment in pumped storage hydro following the publication of a new report on the benefits of the technology.
TRAFFIC on Moray's busiest trunk road will be diverted through quiet residential streets while emergency repairs are carried out on a burst water pipe.
A locum consultant who worked at an Inverness hospital will face a review hearing later this month.
Vandals have targeted a north-east car garage, causing thousands of pounds worth of damage - again.
A well-known conductor is hoping to help raise the roof – and retain a prestigious trophy – when he appears at the Mod on Friday.
A project to manage resident geese populations in Orkney is set to enter its final year, Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) has confirmed.
Youngsters battling cancer will be given the chance to enjoy a day out thanks to the fundraising of a north-east couple whose son tragically died from the disease.
In Yoko Tawada's British debut, the Berlin-based Japanese novelist has taken inspiration from the story of Knut, a bear who became an international sensation.
Dozens of Moray residents have been scammed out of thousands of pounds by conmen offering to repair their solar panels.
Hopes of the UK's first polar bear cub in nearly 25 years have been dashed.
An unholy row over the removal of a stone-built cemetery wall has inflamed a Highland community.
Plans to create the largest solar farm in Scotland could be about to take a step closer to reality.
A Moray businessman has warned solar panel owners to be on their guard against crooked doorstep traders intent on cheating them out of cash.
When he died, his family paid tribute to his colourful personality and wonderful smile.
Parents of Highland boy who died following second cancer battle to fundraise for community in his memory
The parents of an eight-year-old boy from Nairn who died following his second cancer battle are to start fundraising to help build a special family area in their community.
Scientists have attached cameras to some polar bears’ heads to study their behaviours and feeding rates – and the footage captured is as illuminating as it is magical.
It’s not often the last animal in the ring attracts one of the day’s top bids, but trade for Charolais bulls got stronger as the Stirling sale progressed and concluded with a top bid of 12,000gn.
Olympian Laura Muir will defend her 4km women's title in the Lindsays Scottish short course cross country championships at Kirkcaldy tomorrow.
A “legendary” Speyside pub owner has died after working behind the same bar for nearly 60 years.
Every mother will know how uncomfortable the final days of pregnancy can be - with all that extra weight.
One of Aberdeen's most famous landmarks could soon be replaced after being removed from its clifftop site for the first time in 25 years.
Two of the Highland's best known residents are celebrating a double birthday celebration - with their own unique cake.
It is consistently Scotland’s dearest market for finished cattle, and carries a nationwide reputation for selling top stock.
North-east police officers have confirmed that two young canine companions have joined their team to help sniff out crime across the city.
A fishermen's leader who embezzled more than £1,000 from his organisation could be hit with a payback order of nearly £220,000.
A "brave, caring and witty" eight-year-old boy from Nairn has died following his second cancer battle.
A north-east councillor has called for urgent upgrade work to a country road after a woman had to be airlifted to hospital following a car crash.
An energy company has lodged proposals to transform an abandoned Moray airfield into a massive renewable power generator.
The voices in an island choir so impressed the judges at the Mod that they were awarded the prestigious Lorn shield and a host of other prizes.