A road traffic collision involving three vehicles has occurred on the A9 near Halkirk.
The annual National Whale and Dolphin Watch is set to take place this year from Saturday July 28 to Sunday August 5, with people from all walks of life encouraged to come and have a go as the event enters its 16th year.
A property firm with offices across the north is raising money to bring a new air ambulance to the region, potentially saving countless lives.
A young Highland sailor is set to rub shoulders with the best in the business as she competes in the Great Britain team at the 2018 Youth Sailing World Championships later this month.
With just one week to go until the Lochcarron Highland Games celebrates its 40th anniversary, The Scottish Salmon Company has been announced as the headline event sponsor for the second year in a row.
An appeal has been issued by Shetland Islands Council relating to those who may have concerns over their private water supplies drying up during the current spell of dry weather.
Emergency services attended a two vehicle road traffic collision at Nairn this afternoon, with two casualties taken to hospital as a result.
As pressures on NHS services are felt, new services are being offered to users of the MacKenzie Centre as referrals to the Inverness facility continue to rise.
A young enterprise team from Kirkwall Grammar School has been crowned this year’s Scottish Company of the Year by Young Enterprise Scotland.
Plans for Scotland’s first salmon tourism visitor centre have been unveiled.
Preparations for the Inverness Highland Games next week are well underway with further events announced yesterday being added to this year’s line up.
Efforts to locate an 88-year-old missing man in Orkney continue, as police issue a new appeal asking residents to “remain vigilant”.
Orkney Islands Council is seeking to employ an experienced consultant to oversee the multi-million-pound redevelopment of the Scapa Flow Museum.
Highland Council has issued advice to owners of private water supplies and landlords of tenants on private water supplies that the provision of water to their properties is their own responsibility.
School pupils from the Northern Isles are briefing passengers and crew in newly vamped safety announcements on board three NorthLink ferries.
It is famed the world over, even featuring on a famous pair of Nike trainers, but now a comprehensive and detailed history of Harris Tweed has been compiled by the local authority, Comhairle nan Eilean Siar.
With little over three weeks to go, the Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival’s secret guest has been revealed as Scottish singer Gerry Cinnamon.
A diver found unconscious in the sea near Wick has died.
Police Scotland have confirmed a diver has died following an incident off the Caithness coast this afternoon.
Scientists have issued an appeal for samples of honey from across the north in a bid to better understand the factors which can alter honey yields and the size and health of honeybee populations.
There were mixed fortunes for a trio of Scots swimmers attempting to become the first to conquer the Minch, as two were forced to abandon the challenge within sight of the finishing line - but one succeeding.
A 64-year-old male motorcyclist has died following a crash on the A82 earlier today.
Works to restore an iconic 15th-century castle are well underway with pointing work expected to begin today on Castle Moil in Kyleakin.
A man is to be reported to the procurator fiscal after a dog was reported to be overheating in a car in Caithness.
A renowned Scottish fiddler who forged a career playing and educating the next generation of fiddlers around the globe is to perform at this year’s HebCelt festival.
Locals in Inverness were left perplexed yesterday morning, after waking up to find a Buddha had taken up residency on a pedestrian path.
Highland Council has completed the £5.275million purchase of a eyesore-buildings in the centre of Inverness to redevelop.
Inverness College UHI has become one of the first institutions in Scotland to receive the Carers Trust Going Higher for Student Carers Recognition Award.
A top Lyme disease expert has issued a warning to people venturing the outdoors to beware of ticks as the Highlands experiences one of the hottest summers in recent years.
Police are hunting an attacker who carried out a serious sexual assault in Lochaber.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service were called to three separate incidents yesterday, as emergency attention was required twice in Nairn and once in Boat of Garten.
The dangers of deliberately starting fires during the summer months has been highlighted by Police in Nairn.