A Nairn Academy pupil has become the first in Highland to pick up an illustrious Duke of Edinburgh award – one of only eight people across the country to do so.
A row between air traffic controllers and Highlands and Islands Airports (HIAL) has been referred to the UK government after negotiations yesterday failed to bring a meaningful outcome.
A selfless Highland League footballer has finally become a bone marrow donor after going under the knife this week.
The leading witness for the opposition group to the proposed Coul Links championship golf course development took to the stand yesterday as the government led public inquiry entered its 13th day.
Tourism businesses from across the Highlands are returning to the classroom to improve communication with an increasing number of Chinese visitors.
Construction work on a new care home facility in Fortrose is due to get under way next month.
Works to repair a stretch of road scarred by potholes near Laggan are due to get under way after a commitment from Transport Scotland.
Loch Ness attractions, the Glenfinnan Monument and Dundee's V&A are creating spin-off benefits for the whole country, a new study shows.
Cops in the US continue to carry out inquiries to locate a missing Inverness busker after ruling out that a body discovered along the coast from his last known location belonged to him.
A leading transport union has written to the First Minister demanding action over a £1.5million funding shortfall for Orkney's vital inter-island ferries.
Carers and representatives gathered yesterday at the Caledonian Stadium in Inverness to mark the beginning of Kinship Care Week.
It is such a story, it has taken 25 years to write it.
A husband and wife are to open a campsite with room for 60 pitches on the outskirts of Nairn - providing a tourism and economic boost to the area.
The only survivor of the Ben Nevis avalanche has returned home just three days after the tragedy which claimed the lives of his three companions.
A fundraising cricket match is to take place next month in memory of two brothers tragically killed last year in the Highlands.
An eerie silence fell over Hoy in Orkney yesterday and flags at lifeboat stations around the country were lowered to half-mast as eight crew members of the tragic Longhope Lifeboat disaster were commemorated after half a century.
Police attended a one-vehicle accident on the A9 at the Munlochy turn-off today.
Legend has it he came to a Scottish island the year before St Columba arrived on Iona - although few are familiar with his name.
North business leaders yesterday outlined their top priorities for air services across the Highlands and Islands over the next 30 years after meeting with top UK government officials.
Councillors yesterday welcomed and approved a report outlining Highland Council’s aims to demonstrate continuing commitments to advance and mainstream equality in day-to-day work.
Councillors have voiced concerns over a new languages scheme for children.
Major military operations are to hone in on the north west as an extensive training exercise involving 13 countries is to take place over a two-week period.
Councillors yesterday handed third sector sports, culture and leisure organisations breathing space by unanimously voting to maintain funding levels for the upcoming financial year.
A Holyrood committee is visiting Skye later this week, where islanders will have the opportunity to deliver their views and opinions at an open question and answers session, followed by a formal committee meeting.
Calls have been made for greater community policing after a spate of vandalism in Inverness.
The president of a world-famous bird observatory destroyed in a fire has vowed it will rise from the ashes.
Thousands lined the city streets yesterday as the 35th Inverness Half Marathon took place attracting a new record number of runners.
Fire crews transported by helicopter and lifeboat as fire wreaks havoc through Fair Isle bird observatory
A fire crew had to be flown in by Coastguard helicopter after a blaze broke out at a world-famous bird observatory on the remote Fair Isle near Shetland.
Sgoil Lionacleit praised after mammoth effort to compete in Scottish Schools Pipe Band Championships
More than 600 young pipers and drummers from across the nation gathered yesterday to participate in the Scottish Schools Pipe Band Championships.
A Highlands and Islands MSP has hit out at airport bosses' plans to centralise air traffic control operations.
Two fire crews are currently attending a building fire at a Bird Observatory on the remote Fair Isle near Shetland.
Bosses of Highland and Island Airports Limited (Hial) met union leaders yesterday for talks over a pay dispute where air traffic controllers are threatening to strike.