Fragile island communities could face lasting harm as a result of Highlands and Islands Airport Limited (Hial) decision to centralise air traffic control services at Inverness Airport.
A former ancestral home in the Highlands that sits beside the popular NC500 route is on the market with a near £2 million asking price.
The remote communities of Mallaig and Arisaig will be without their own GP from the end of March – unless a recruitment drive by NHS Highland proves successful.
Efforts to track and protect Scotland’s threatened skate population are being expanded.
Mountain rescuers have blasted a hillwalker who sparked a major drama on the hills – but was later found sleeping in a bothy after a gruelling search in atrocious storm force conditions.
RSPB Scotland is celebrating 25 years of involvement in the internationally-recognised Flow Country in Caithness.
The iconic Urquhart Castle on the shore of Loch Ness is to host a major light and music event celebrating Gaelic culture.
Hundreds of pupils at a Highland school were sent home after 15 staff – more than 10% of its whole workforce – were struck down by sickness.
Around a fifth of Highland Council staff is still seeking payment of outstanding back pay, according to union chiefs who claim the authority is sitting on an estimated £500,000 owed to them.
The team at Oban lifeboat are seeking new blood to help them save lives at sea.
Health chiefs have issued a stark warning of an £11 million funding black hole in delivering adult social care in the Highlands.
Daviot Primary School is pioneering virtual reality (VR) learning in the Highlands to help raise engagement and increase attainment for all pupils.
The Crown Office is considering if police officers should face action over their investigation into the brutal deaths of two pensioners.
EXCLUSIVE: Tourism village planned for Al Fayed’s Highland estate – and this is what it could look like
A multi-million pound luxury holiday village is being planned on the famous Highland estate owned by former Harrods owner Mohamed Al Fayed.
An intrepid team sailing non-stop round Mull for Children in Need have contended a range of weather conditions from flat calms to force nine winds and and big seas - but have so far raised £8,000.
Large crowds were prevented from “paying their respects to the war dead” in Inverness on Remembrance Sunday after a footbridge over the River Ness was suddenly shut for safety reasons.
Major disruption on the A9 is expected as major maintenance works are carried out on the Findhorn Bridge.
A watchdog has heavily criticised NHS Highland’s handling of the care of a psychiatric patient – a victim of the Cyril Smith-linked paedophile ring – who waited five years for treatment.
Culloden holiday village developers pledge to include historic significance of location in their plans
Developers of a controversial holiday village at Culloden have pledged to incorporate the significance of the historic battle into their plans.
Motorists using the A9 near North Kessock are being warned of roadworks due to start this weekend.
Tiree Music Festival has enjoyed its fastest-ever ticket sales - with 800 early bird tickets for the 11th event selling out in 40 minutes.
Proposals for a wind farm in East Sutherland have been submitted.
Fears are growing for a Highland man who has been missing since Thursday amid overnight sub-zero temperatures.
A leading national charity is appealing for volunteers to come forward and help them to support blind and partially sighted in Inverness.
A Lochaber masonic lodge has celebrated its centenary year.
Modern-day battle lines were drawn up at Culloden this weekend over renewed plans for a holiday village and restaurant.
The Lewis War Memorial was turned a striking red for this year’s Poppy Scotland appeal.
Wind farm developers have sparked fury after revealing plans to extend a controversial Highland development – which has gone through two public inquiries – before construction even begins.
Major overnight diversions will be in place during resurfacing works on one of the busiest roundabouts on the A96 on the outskirts of Inverness.
Bridges turned out in huge numbers for a fundraising wedding ball in Lochaber at the weekend.
Ullapool Museum's doors may have shut the season, but their "virtual doors" are now permanently open thanks to an exciting new project.
An Inverness College UHI graduate has landed a promising career as a scientist at Lifescan just days after completing her studies.