Royal Dornoch Golf Club has cause for celebration after being ranked as best in the world by leading online golf reservation service golfscape.
A controversial hydro-scheme on the banks of Loch Ness will go before a public inquiry, its developers have said, after it was rejected for a second time by Highland Councillors in December.
£10 million phase two of Inverness’s West Link project ‘back on track’ thanks to festive effort of workers
Work on the £10 million phase two of Inverness' West Link is "back on track" thanks to staff putting in extra hours over the festive period.
Three hardy charity cyclists have been stunned by the support for their ride from Edinburgh to Skye – with the sum raised exceeding all expectations.
Athletes in the Outer Hebrides are being encouraged to apply to a travel scheme designed to assist them in progressing their sporting careers.
NHS Highland has joined an international effort to help meet the challenges tick-borne diseases pose to health services worldwide.
Leading music festivals, events and artists – and even a north brewery – are playing their part by rallying together to aid the worldwide appeal to help bush fire devastated parts of Australia.
The second phase of a multi-million-pound art studio investment in Inverness is underway.
More than 2,000 islanders have backed a Skye woman's efforts to encourage one of Europe's fastest-growing supermarkets to set up shop.
North sports clubs pull together as Clach to play first ever Highland League fixture at home of Highland Rugby Club
North sports clubs are pulling together to assist Clachnacuddin in their hour of need with Highland Rugby Club's ground to host its first Highland League match.
A missing Inverness father has been traced after his family appealed for him to get in touch.
Two crews have been called out to a caravan fire on Skye.
A contractor has been appointed to develop Nairn’s old paddling pool into a splash pad in memory of young Hamish Hey who tragically died of cancer aged eight.
Dornoch man to flip tractor tyre up Ben Bhraggie to raise funds for Cystic Fibrosis and local football club
A Sutherland man is to scale a 1,300ft hill "flipping" a tractor tyre all the way to the top - and all in the name of charity.
The Eastgate Shopping Centre in Inverness has received two prizes for the cleanliness of its toilets at the national Loo of the Year awards.
The first-ever Orkney Pride event will take place this summer with organisers stating that they are "thrilled" to reach this stage.
Black Isle man says hunt to find cure for Huntington’s disease a ‘privilege’ after taking him ‘from a real place of darkness’
A north man is one of only nine Scots picked for a clinical trial aimed at slowing down the devastating effects of Huntington’s disease.
Archie Highland benefits as local coach firm delivers £4,000 boost following successful panto season
A Highland coach firm has got the New Year off to a flying start for the Archie Highland Foundation after presenting them with a £4,000 cheque to assist their work in the children’s unit at the north’s busiest hospital.
A world-renowned endurance has been preparing for an Antarctic swim - by practising in the Outer Hebrides.
Book paying homage to famous Gaelic poet Sorley MacLean whittled down to final 11 for award at Highland Book Awards
A book inspired by the late, great Gaelic poet Sorley MacLean has been longlisted for the Highland Book Awards.
Taxi drivers in Inverness fear the closure of one of the main ranks in the city will make the other prominent stop “volatile”.
A Skye B&B was left devastated by an early morning blaze.
A sperm whale has this morning washed ashore near Ardersier with rescue teams currently assisting.
A blaze has caused "extensive damage" to a B&B on Skye.
A historic pier on Mull could become the site of a new water sports centre and offer a major boost to the island's tourism sector.
An Orkney based ultramarathon runner has his sights set on a 16-year-old record.
Search and rescue teams are today searching the area surrounding Glen Duror after reports of concern for a person were received in the area on Sunday.
Hundreds of drivers have been caught using a mobile phone behind the wheel across the north and north-east - with motorists in the Highlands the worst offenders in Scotland.
The owners of a far north petting farm have issued a plea for locals to think of their goats as they dispose of old Christmas trees.
A Highlands charity set up to help those with mobility issues has been hailed for helping tackle social isolation.
Members of the Oban RNLI team were called out to deal with two incidents in the space of 24 hours over the weekend.
Police in Argyll are appealing for information from members of the public over a possible concern for a person near Glen Duror.