A modern-day battle is brewing in Glencoe over plans for a river hydro scheme in the Highland village – 327 years after the infamous massacre involving two Highland clans.
Owners of a new Inverness care home are under fire for planning to name it Culloden House – despite it being miles from the historic battlefield.
Union bosses have welcomed moves by health chiefs to put in measures to protect porters at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness who are dealing with clinical waste – including extra staff.
Tributes continued to pour in for a bus driver who died in a crash on the Black Isle as he was last night officially named by police as 50-year-old Mohamed Chache from Inverness.
A community owned school – which has been described as the first enterprise of its kind in Scotland – is looking for a new headteacher just three months after opening.
Prince Charles is seeking an experienced hotelier to manage a guest house in his grandmother’s former home - the Castle of Mey in Caithness.
A woman who survived a horrific island crash has been given support in her “keep Left” campaign on Skye by local politicians.
A sharp-eyed neighbour contacted police when she saw two men trying to break into a house in Rosehaugh Road in Inverness, the city's sheriff court heard yesterday.
A fight in a Golspie house led to one man being treated in hospital for a knife wound to his leg and another sustaining a cut hand, a court was told yesterday.
Almost 1,000 patients have been saved from making gruelling 200-mile round trips to hospital thanks to pioneering video-consulting technology introduced in Caithness last year – and it has now been expanded to Skye and Golspie.
A 38-year-old Inverness woman who allowed a drug dealer to stay with her was also concerned in the supply of heroin in the city, a court has heard.
Shetland Islands Council is incinerating hundreds of tons of NHS clinical waste from health boards across Scotland – including the Highland and Grampian – to help ease a national backlog.
A habitual gas sniffer was abusive to security staff at the Eastgate Centre in Inverness when he was asked to leave the building, a court has heard
A 25-year-old Oban man has appeared in private at Inverness Sheriff Court in connection with a fire at the Kinloch Lodge Hotel at Sleat on the Isle of Skye.
A 24-year-old Wester Ross man appeared in private at Inverness Sheriff Court yesterday on a charge of assault to severe injury. Callum Brown, of Ullapool, made no plea, was committed for further examination and remanded in custody.
A 24-year-old Inverness man who inflicted a double jaw fracture on a retired accountant "because he felt like it" was jailed for 18 months yesterday.
NHS Shetland has been forced to temporarily close around a quarter of its beds in ward three at Lerwick’s Gilbert Bain Hospital due to staff shortages.
A 43-year-old Inverness waiter who was found lurking around a property when it could be inferred he was there to commit theft escaped a jail sentence yesterday.
Inverness scaffolder Reece Taylor was ordered to carry out 180 hours of unpaid work after admitting assaulting his partner.
A high-profile Shetland councillor who has revealed he has prostate cancer has called on all men not to ignore early signs of ill health.
A 25-year-old Inverness man who struck his partner over the head with a wine bottle and then tried to strangle a police sergeant was jailed for a year yesterday.
Two different reasons for trying to access a locked flat in Inverness landed a 38-year-old man in trouble with the law.
Cash-strapped Highland Council has splashed out almost £1.2million on “secret settlements” with staff – sparking calls for greater scrutiny of public funds.
The Hebrides have been named in the ‘19 Best Places to Visit in 2019’ list compiled by CNN Travel.
A new chief executive has been appointed at crisis-hit NHS Highland.
A disabled Highland entrepreneur has won $500,000 of international funding to develop a “smart wheelchair”.
A man who was killed in an abseiling accident in the Highlands died of accidental drowning, a coroner in England has recorded.
Unions and locals have voiced fears that lives are at risk on the NC500 tourist route after occupants of two campervans clashed with an ambulance crew on a New Year’s Day call.
The Scottish SPCA has won backing from local Semichem stores in Thurso and Wick to help rehome pets in the region.
Red-faced tourism bosses had to delete a photograph posted online to promote Glencoe – because it featured the former home of shamed celebrity Jimmy Savile.
"Ageing" NHS buildings in the Highlands are being plagued by hundreds of pest control incidents - including bats flying through hospitals and seagulls diving at new mums with babies.
Seriously ill patients from the west Highlands and islands are enduring gruelling three-times-a-week trips of hundreds of miles for life-saving kidney dialysis – sparking calls for treatment to be made available locally.