A petition has been launched by Aviemore residents in a last-ditch bid to allow continued affordable access to the town’s only swimming facilities.
Ahead of the recognised Volunteers Week, running from Friday 1 June to Thursday 7 June, NHS Highland have paid tribute to the work of its numerous volunteers.
The family of a frail 82-year-old have told of their year-long fight to get thousands of pounds of her money back from an energy company.
Large numbers of protected shellfish have been illegally poached in the North West Highlands.
A Lochinver man set to embark on a 3,500-mile journey from New York to his home in Sutherland faces a nervy wait to discover if his DIY boat will arrive in time.
Angry parents at a north school claim they are being forced to find hundreds of pounds a month for childcare because education bosses have decided to condense the school week.
For the best part of 40 years Dave Connor has been researching the history of police in the north of Scotland and beyond.
A bronze statue was unveiled in Fort William town centre on Saturday, commemorating a key moment in Lochaber’s history.
Creative and cultural activities in the Inverness area have received a welcomed boost – in the form of cash seized from criminals.
Strathpeffer Primary School is to receive a playground expansion thanks to a £1000 donation from Scottish Water and alliance partner amey-Black & Veatch (aBV).
Fire crews were called out to deal with a wildfire yesterday near the Castle of Mey in Caithness.
The public can now have their say on the five-mile - and most northerly - stretch of road in the A9 dualling programme.
Councillors involved in the Highland Council’s Environment, Development and Infrastructure Committee yesterday discussed the relevant measures required to maintain vital bus links in the Lochaber area.
The last sea-going paddle steamer in the world is set to visit the Western Isles later this month for four days only.
Aviemore town centre now has access to free Wi-Fi thanks to a project funded by the Inverness and Highland City Region Deal.
Visits to the Scottish islands are up 22% according to the latest figures posted by the Island Visitor Survey, with scenery and landscape being listed as the predominant factor in luring visitors towards the Scottish isles.
Armed police officers were seen on the A835 near the Tore Roundabout on Sunday evening as a man was arrested in connection with an assault in Golspie.
A workshop which is part of the review into the redesign of Adult Health and Social Care Services in Caithness will take place this week.
For most people, one triathlon would be enough - or even too much.
Highland Hospice has launched a befriending service for people in Inverness.
Direct flights from the capital of the Highlands to Norway’s second largest city are now a possibility after Loganair launched three flights a week from Inverness to Bergen.
A Caithness hospital is trialling a bluetooth system to track and monitor the whereabouts of its medical beds.
The handover of a brand new 17 seater minibus took place in Kyleakin on Tuesday which will benefit and aid community groups.
North police have launched a campaign warning anyone found disturbing cetaceans such as dolphins, whales or porpoises could face criminal charges.
A Highland hotel, on the market since December 2015, has had its asking price slashed to £3.9 million in a bid to attract a new buyer.
Pupils from Portree, Staffin and Kilmuir Primary Schools have been exploring sites of historical interest on Skye, with the help of local historians, writers and artists.
The image and landscape of Scalloway on Shetland is set to change as part of the Scottish Government’s Making Places 2017-18 initiative.
A £230,000 investment from Transport Scotland will see the A887 improved significantly at Invermoriston, with resurfacing works scheduled to begin on Monday.
Teams from Police Scotland, Oban Mountain Rescue and a Coastguard search and rescue helicopter were called to an incident on the Isle of Mull earlier today as reports of an injured hill walker were received.
A Lochaber charity has received an award of £1,500 to ahelp buy a brand new mobility scooter for the area.
Third year pupils at Anderson High School have determined which charity is to receive a £3000 donation as part of the schools involvement in the Youth Philanthropy Initiative (YPI).
A beekeeper has told of his shock after one of his beehives was extensively damaged - vandalism which has cost potentially tens of thousands of pounds in income.