Shock new figures show a horror smash happened every at a rate of more than one a fortnight on both the A9 and A82 roads over the past five years.
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (Sepa) is investigating after thousands of young salmon became trapped in the gates of two hydro dams in the Highlands.
Glencoe has been officially recognised as Scotland’s newest National Nature Reserve (NNR).
A north-east surfing champion completed a swim of the Pentland Firth in memory of his girlfriend and to raise funds for the maternity unit in Orkney where she worked.
The ways in which the human brain processes Orcadian dialect is at the centre of a new study from a Scottish university.
The traveller community has been left “disgusted” after a couple were targeted and their car set on fire in a broad daylight attack in Inverness.
The spotlight was on Elba, Idris Elba, during this year’s Groove Loch Ness music festival on Saturday.
A Highland man who is rowing across the Atlantic in his home-made boat has received a surprise boost out of the blue from Rangers’ boss Steven Gerrard.
A man was airlifted to hospital at the weekend from a fish farm vessel in the west Highlands.
This year’s flagship business community programme of events in Lochaber has been launched - with Eddie “The Eagle” Edwards among the guest speakers.
NHS Highland has signed up to a campaign to tackle buying tobacco or cigarettes for under-18s.
Motorists are facing five weeks of major disruption on busy Highland roads as huge turbine parts begin making their way to a hugely controversial windfarm site.
Inverness city centre poised for multi-million pound transformation of shopping centre and rail station
The heart of Inverness is poised for a multi-million pound transformation in the coming months that will bring a “significant” jobs boom.
An Inverness dad is searching for a young “hero” who reacted quickly to help his six-year-old daughter after she slipped and smashed her head off a metal railing.
A Red Cross emergency response truck which contained more than £50,000 worth of medical equipment was destroyed in a fire started by an Inverness man.
Revised plans for a major new healthcare and life sciences centre at Inverness Campus - expected to create nearly 200 jobs - will be unveiled to the public today.
A community has raised more than £33,000 for the family of a Skye man who died following a crash on the island.
Police Scotland received more than 10 “revenge porn” complaints a week in the first year of tough new legislation coming in to force - but over half of these were dropped.
A council which won a four-year battle to remove a pony from the house it was being kept in may have finally found it a new home.
A popular Highland Games has been hailed a huge success by organisers after attendance surged by nearly a fifth on last year - producing the biggest crowds since 2011.
A community council has warned against “emptying” a pot of cash for a coastal erosion project - as it will stall other projects.
A traditional highland games event has become a victim of the summer heatwave.
A soldier was killed after his rifle discharged as he rested his chin on the weapon during an Army ‘sniper’ training exercise at a Highland firing range.
Whisky giant Whyte and Mackay is to cut 21 jobs - a fifth of the workforce - at its Invergordon distillery as it implements a £15 million modernisation programme.
A widower has relived the final seconds before his wife was killed in a crash on a Highland road.
A 360-degree trail around Loch Ness – for walkers, runners, cyclists and horse-riders – has been completed and tourism chiefs say it will create a major economic boost for the area.
Plans have been submitted for what could be a new Costa Coffee drive-through facility in Inverness.
Primal Scream rocked Belladrum as they closed out this year’s festival, which has been described as the “greatest yet.”
One of the north’s most famous walks is about to get officially tougher - by 15 miles.
VIDEO: Scott Hutchison’s brother joins The Charlatans on stage at Belladrum Festival for emotional tribute to Frightened Rabbit singer
Selkirk band Frightened Rabbit were due to play at this year’s Belladrum festival, as they have done in previous years.
Lucy Spraggan revealed yesterday how she had a near miss with the Queen on a quiet Deeside road, in a Q&A with The Press and Journal.
Music fans soaked up the sunshine on day two of Belladrum as the excitement continued to build ahead of last night’s headline acts - The Charlatans and Paloma Faith.