Excited tourists from all over the globe were preparing for "the trip of a lifetime" yesterday when The Jacobite train pulled out of its buffers in Fort William for its 26th year.
Members of the north health board awaiting the results of a high-profile bullying probe have received official letters warning them they may wish to seek legal advice.
Passengers on The Jacobite Famous Steam Train were left slightly baffled yesterday when there was no steam to be seen on the first trip of the season.
Two coaches have crashed near Bridge of Orchy on the A82 this morning, police have said.
A boat sank in Oban Harbour yesterday, forcing experts to move to combat pollution fears.
The only hills most seven-year-olds will be tackling this weekend are ones big enough to roll their Easter eggs down.
Communities across the Highlands have been left scrambling to foot bills of thousands of pounds for Christmas lights in town and village centres, it has emerged.
A cordon was set up around a boat, due to a risk of pollution, after it had sunk overnight in Oban Bay.
Capitalising on the North Coast 500 route, brightening up the town centre and giving it more of a purpose are all on the agenda for a north town.
A young couple had an unexpected number of guests at their wedding when a helicopter landed to help an injured hill climber.
Police Scotland is appealing for help to trace a man - who may be in Fort William - who has been reported missing from the Auchinloch area of Lanarkshire
An MSP says he is “horrified” after a rock was thrown through the window of the home of an SNP local councillor while she and her family were asleep in the house.
Constructing a 600MW interconnector to the Western Isles would cost consumers just four pence more per household per year than the 450MW option, the island MP has claimed.
Aerial photography held in the Historic Environment Scotland (HES) archives will showcase the country's ever-changing landscapes.
A 76-year-old Inverness army veteran, who served three tours of duty in Bosnia, has set his sights on an incredible rowing challenge to support a charity close to his heart.
Inverness will soon be the first airport in the UK to have a direct flight to north Iceland - and the film locations of Game of Thrones.
Islanders on Barra have been left furious after the second breakdown in five days of their "lifeline" ferry service to the mainland.
A tour guide has claimed the state of rubbish at one of Scotland's most iconic sights is "a disgrace".
A picture-postcard fundraiser for a charity founded in the Highlands hopes to raise cash to keep people across the globe connected with art.
A man has refused to give up his campaign to get the council to fix a "hazardous" road in the Highlands.
A tunnel or bridge is the “likely long-term” solution to connect Corran and the Ardnamurchan peninsula.
It was once a training ground for Commandos preparing for their role in the Second World War.
A third-generation fisherman who died after falling overboard from his boat might have had a better chance of survival if he had been wearing a life-jacket, a sheriff has found.
Police are hunting "mindless" vandals who damaged a world-famous prehistoric site on Orkney.
A family tragedy will be at the heart of a fundraising effort next weekend at Foulis Castle.
One person has died and others have been injured in a two-car crash in the Highlands.
One of two cows to be rescued by firefighters in the same day has died.
Orkney will be photographed from the air in a project to tackle coastal litter.
Highland bakery takes ‘full responsibility’ for labelling error which led to a four-year-old having a severe allergic reaction
A north bakery has said it takes "full responsibility" for a labelling omission after a four-year-old boy had a severe allergic reaction to one of its biscuits.
An 18-year-old cow who slipped into a bog and was unable to get out was rescued by three fire crews who went to her aid in the west Highlands yesterday.
A health centre in the Highlands has opened thanks to cash from the local community, Highland Council and NHS Highland.
A dislodged piece of wood, used as a buffer on a busy pier, will not stop passengers or vehicles accessing the busy ferry route, Argyll and Bute Council said yesterday.