Organisers of Mallaig Book Festival promise to provide “a fabulous literary weekend” with “fine books, food and music under one roof” when the gathering gets underway in November.
A large-scale search and rescue operation took place in the inner Moray Firth yesterday as Coastguard and RNLI teams, alongside a local wildlife tour boat, responded to a vessel taking on water.
The Coastguard operations centre in Shetland responded twice yesterday to medical evacuations from oil platforms.
Engineers have been called in to the Cairngorm funicular railway as restrictions are placed on the popular attraction’s running times.
Invergordon and Kessock lifeboats were launched earlier today after a vessel was reported to be taking on water around four miles north east of Kessock.
Police launched a new road safety campaign yesterday as it emerged the number of deaths on Highland roads this year has already surpassed the total figure for 2017.
Deputy First Minister John Swinney said young Scots needed to be involved in national policy-making “absolutely routine”.
They have travelled ‘over land and sea’ to venues across the globe but Scottish Celtic rock band Runrig have found themselves a new home – bizarrely, in the school classroom.
A public consultation was held in Aviemore yesterday as Transport Scotland revealed plans depicting the preferred route for the dualling of the A9 between Dalraddy and Slochd.
The Christian charity Blythswood yesterday unveiled a brand new premise on Glebe Street in Inverness that will house its shop and foodbank, aimed at serving the needs of those who require it most.
Fort George is to become the latest venue to host Warren Elmore’s touring Lego exhibition depicting the history of the world, constructed from the miniature play bricks.
The owner of dog who was left needing emergency treatment after being pierced by a stray fishing hook has urged other dog walkers to be careful when walking their pets.
The will of Klaus Perch-Nielsen has been revealed as the Dane leaves behind an estate worth a staggering £1.8million.
Staff from Stornoway Airport are today taking on a lighthouse-to-lighthouse challenge spanning 84 miles.
High Life Highland has won substantial funding for its leadership programme from the Year of Young People National Lottery Fund.
Lifeboat crews were scrambled to an emergency call off the west coast - only for it to have turned out to have been a sighting of Mars.
An opportunity to explore and delve into the history and making of medieval coins is to take place in the Highlands.
A charity which has been helping ease social isolation for Inverness’ elderly for nearly 20 years has launched an appeal for the next flurry of kind-hearted volunteers to join its ranks.
Two councillors yesterday thanked the Celtic rock band Runrig for their contribution to Highland life and culture over the past 45 years.
Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) has awarded a contract that will see the design and construction of a new public transport bridge linking the Inverness Campus with the city’s retail and business Park.
A body of a woman has been recovered after a search at Skye Bridge.
The worlds of art and shinty have collaborated to produce a project aimed at celebrating the culture and heritage of one of Scotland’s oldest sports.
A body of a woman has been recovered during a search at the Skye Bridge.
An exhibition celebrating the surrealist art of a Ross-shire painter went on display in Inverness this weekend.
Ten motorists were arrested in the Highlands and Islands over the weekend in relation to alleged drink driving offences.
Concerns have been voiced over sea lice from farmed salmon pens allegedly having an effect on wild salmon numbers in the Outer Hebrides
An ambulance responding to a call was involved in a road traffic collision yesterday near to Munlochy on the Black Isle.
Emergency services are in attendance near to the Mount Eagle Television Transmission Tower, between Munlochy and Culbokie on the Black Isle, to deal with an on-going incident.
An ambulance was involved in a road traffic collision today with a van near to Munlochy on the Black Isle.
Inverness West councillor Alex Graham has commended proposals that would see improved access along the A82 in Inverness for pedestrian and cyclist access.
Members of the Highland Council’s Lochaber wards met to discuss the sustainability and future of the Corran Ferry link, with options on the table that could see the privatisation of the ferry service.
A Skye man is to embark on a mammoth cycling challenge around Zambia in a bid to raise funds and awareness for the international charity WaterAid.