A campaign to end the practice of unfair charges for the delivery of goods to the mainland Highlands has been backed by more than 12,000 people.
Visitor numbers at the Inverness Castle Viewpoint are over and above projections by almost 30%.
A 360-degree trail around Loch Ness for walkers, cyclists and horse riders could bring a huge economic boost to the Highlands.
Organisers have received “incredible feedback” from all performers at this year’s Groove Loch Ness music festival.
A group of Inverness residents have placed traffic cones on their street to stop others parking there, sparking a council offer of consultation to make it a permit zone.
A dispute over the blue painted doors and window frames of a former sheriff court building in Sutherland has reached the Scottish Government.
The owners of the former Black Isle Wildlife Park have spoken of the “stress and upset” caused by what they say are false accusations of animal neglect.
A north care worker who failed to secure the bed rails of a 98-year-old resident who fell and later died has been allowed to continue in the profession.
A member of an armed gang who terrorised a businessman and his wife in their Inverness home was jailed for nine years yesterday.
It was an episode that neatly summed up both the usefulness and the threat of drones: an amateur photographer in the Highlands inadvertently landing one on the deck of the Royal Navy’s newest warship.
Traffic queued the length of the Cromarty Bridge yesterday on the first day of a £1.5million repair project which will last half a year.
Work is progressing to transform a blaze-hit Inverness hospital into an upmarket housing development.
Controversial plans for a new town in the Highlands are poised to get the final seal of approval later this week.
Hours of work have been lost after a computer containing manuscripts and customer invoices was stolen from an Inverness charity shop.
A passenger plane most likely came off the runway as it landed on a tiny island due to an unexpected gust of wind, a new report has found.
North estate agents are bracing themselves for a property bounce along the NC500 as it continues to grow in popularity.
Police are investigating after a fire at a derelict house in a Ross-shire village.
Highland Council is to demand developers pay more than triple what they contribute just now to shore up Inverness’s ailing schools.
A care home worker has been accused of contributing to a resident’s death by failing to protect her from falling out of bed.
Firefighters are battling a chip shop fire in a Ross-shire town.
A picnic table was set on fire in a park in Inverness yesterday morning close to a pile of leaves which appeared to have been placed on top of broken glass.
Work will start early next year on a £6.5million social housing development in the south of Inverness.
Major plans have been unveiled to convert an historic Inverness mansion into a new housing development.
JPlans have been submitted for a new hostel and self-catering “pods” to meet increased demand through the the North Coast 500.
It was more a case of the summer of mud than the summer of love yesterday at Belladrum.
Emergency services are attending a three car crash on a busy north road near Nairn.
Belladrum music festival has once again lived up to its hype as an alternatively romantic wedding venue.
The Highlands is expected to cash in on up to £10million as thousands flocked to the Black Isle Show and Belladrum music festival yesterday.
The Prince of Wales visited a fishing boat, seafood restaurant, art show and brewery yesterday on his tour of Caithness.
It formed part of a novelty zipline challenge across the River Ness to raise funds for a worthy Highland children’s charity.
Traffic was brought to a standstill in Nairn yesterday after two specialist lorries carrying massive wind turbine parts were forced to stop on a busy north road.
Major plans for a new world class Highland golf course are poised to be unveiled in the coming weeks.