The lead ecologist in the battle to build Donald Trump’s Aberdeenshire golf course claims plans for a new Highland course are “not fit for purpose”.
A judge has upheld Home Secretary Amber Rudd’s decision to send home an American couple who have spent about £400,000 on their award-winning Inverness guesthouse.
A man who died after a crash on the A9 near Aviemore yesterday has been named by police as Norbert Palfi, from Kingussie.
A crisis is looming after it emerged that almost 45% of teachers working in the Highlands could retire within the next decade.
A sheriff has found no evidence that a north man trapped in the flame-filled cab of his fuel tanker would have survived if a fire extinguisher had been working.
Councillors defied their officials yesterday to approve a 40-bed care home in the Black Isle.
A Black Isle village is among the worst in Scotland for transport poverty, according to new research.
Whisky distillery reopening will help “revitalise” Sutherland village after years of economic hardship
Plans to reopen a “lost” malt whisky distillery in a Sutherland village will help revitalise the area after years of economic hardship, says a local councillor.
The Orkney Islands has retained its title as the best place in the UK to live for bringing up children.
The much-anticipated first rugby match at the new multi-million pound Canal Park pitches in Inverness will go ahead today.
Two cars have collided at a busy junction in Ross-shire.
CCTV and new lighting has finally been installed in an Inverness park to crack down on drunken youths and vandals.
The mother of a Caithness teen who almost died after a football struck his head is poised to lodge a formal complaint with NHS Highland after her family’s terrifying ordeal.
An American businessman has lost his appeal to the Scottish Government to keep the blue painted doors and window frames of a former sheriff court building in Sutherland.
More than 260 Highland businesses along the North Coast 500 route are set to benefit from “first class” training and new information boards to help them better market local attractions.
A 26-year-old man stripped to his boxer shorts for a swim in Loch Ness but could not get out of the water for an hour - and his pregnant girlfriend had to call 999.
A 14-year-old Caithness boy was left paralyzed on one side and fighting for his life - after a football hit his head.
Plans have been submitted for an extension to a former hotel which would create a new single campus for North Highland College UHI in Dornoch.
Almost 30% of all parking fines issued in the first year of a clampdown in the north have not been paid.
Firefighters were last night battling a fire at a holiday cottage in an Inverness-shire village.
Campaigners want their local SNP MSP to do more to stop a threatened hospital closure in Caithness.
Work could start in the spring on a £4.2 million project to regenerate the grounds of Lews Castle.
A Highland family getting ready for a dream trip to Disneyland woke up to a nightmare yesterday after a fire broke out at their home.
Scottish rockers Runrig have confirmed they are “exploring” new ways to help disappointed fans who couldn’t get tickets for their farewell concert.
The newest recruits to Scotland’s busiest mountain rescue team have certainly proved they are in peak practice for the job.
Ten thousand outpatient visits were made to Raigmore Hospital in Inverness last year by people living more than 100 miles away in Caithness.
Scottish Labour’s leadership contenders have pledged to work to reduce poverty and inequality in the Highlands and Islands and give more powers to local government.
In the past two years, many have protested against the idea of building of a new golf course at Coul Links.
Fears have been raised over pupil safety at north schools in the wake of revelations that the council is facing a £100 million buildings repair and maintenance backlog.
Major plans have been submitted for a “world class” golf course which could make the Highlands Scotland’s third major golfing destination and generate hundreds of local jobs.
New figures have revealed that the number of drivers caught using mobile phones at the wheel in the north has plummeted in the wake of tougher laws which came into force this year.
Police dealt with an incident in an Inverness-shire village yesterday which it is understood involved a man carrying a knife.