An Inverness thief and drug addict had his sentence deferred until next month for a final assessment for an addiction treatment order.
State owned Highlands and Island Airport Limited (Hial) is returning to court to try and prevent a group of crofters from taking over Stornoway Airport.
A nature body is gearing up to stem the dramatic decline in a species of bumblebee.
Highland MP Drew Hendry is to join a new Parliamentary Network Group to step up the pressure on "rip off" delivery charges.
An Easter Ross man who had been under a court order not to approach or contact his ex-partner defied the ban and frightened her, a court heard yesterday.
A window cleaner has gone on trial accused of sexually assaulting an 87-year-old dementia sufferer - after offering her a sensual massage.
Highland Council is beginning a “phased approach” to targeting cuts in its education budget.
New staff will be recruited by NHS Highland after securing an extra £2million funding to cut waiting times.
Scotland’s public spending watchdog will turn the spotlight on “recent issues with CairnGorm Mountain”, it has emerged.
Highland Council has been criticised for “serious failures” in its financial handling of the £315million City Region Deal – by its own auditors.
Four community representatives have been elected to serve on the board of Cairngorms National Park Authority for the next four years.
The official opening ceremony of a £1.9million primary school at Laxdale in the Western Isles took place yesterday.
The University of the Highlands and Islands has hosted a one-day event to explore how gender-based violence can be prevented on college and university campuses.
Two of Scotland’s biggest walking charities are to join forces today to oppose “damaging and inappropriate” plans to transform wild Highland dunes into an 18-hole golf course.
A tourist swept to her death by a wave at a Hebridean beauty spot was officially named last night as a 50-year-old London-based professional photographer and mum-of-two.
Trains will stop running between Inverness and Perth this weekend for major works.
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Highland councillors are to review a decision to reject a hydro scheme running through a butterfly reserve in Lochaber.
The demolition of a former city centre store - paving the way for a new housing development - is near completion.
A row has erupted over the controversial £240,000 art project on the River Ness getting the go ahead despite growing opposition - and an online petition signed by more than 1,000 people.
A holidaymaker died after being swept into the sea by a wave while taking photographs from rocks at a Hebridean beauty spot.
A legacy of jobs will be secured for hundreds of school-leaving pupils living along the A9 corridor by the £3billion duelling project, the Scottish transport minister pledged yesterday.
Road safety training is being delivered to 120 apprentices and staff in the construction industry in the Highlands to help protect them from dangerous road accidents on their daily commute to work.
A second Pride march in support of the LGBT community in the Highlands is to be held in Inverness this summer.
The new Highland health chief has pledged a three-pronged approach to tackle the crisis-hit authority – with the bullying scandal at the top of his agenda.
one of Britain's most iconic and remote lighthouses - surrounded by a bombing range - has been repainted for the first time in over a decade, and just before major war games are about to start.
A crowdfunder launched to help a young family who lost their home in a fire that destroyed an internationally renowned research centre has been wound up after it saw a "phenomenal" £26,000 raised in just a few days.
Bethesda Hospice in Stornoway is facing a funding shortfall due to a lack of support from NHS Western Isles, local SNP councillor have claimed.
A cull to eradicate mink from Lewis and Harris is to continue despite the success of a programme running almost two decades.
The 45th annual Lochaber Music Festival got underway at the weekend.
Hundreds of motoring enthusiasts took part in a car cruise at the weekend in memory of a city crash victim.
Loganair has been urged to review how they deal with cancellations following a “fiasco” over Western Isles flights.