An incredible £22,000 has been raised by a kind-hearted crew aboard a busy tourist boat on the west coast.
The partner of a man who was drowned at sea has urged fishermen to get behind new safety measures in a bid to save lives.
Just one year on from their first ever gig in a Lewis pub, Stornoway’s inimitable trio Peat and Diesel will launch their second album Light my Byre at Glasgow’s iconic Barrowland Ballroom in January.
An author has embarked on writing the true crimes of Lochaber.
Families and children affected by cancer are now being offered personal support by a Shetland cancer charity.
A bride-to-be's upcoming big day became an even more special occasion yesterday - when she won the entire wedding for free.
A pot of cannabis tea to soothe aches and pains is proving a runaway success in Lochaber.
Residents are appealing for information amid suspicions that a works van and two cars were destroyed in a deliberate fire at an Inverness housing estate.
A plan to apply a controversial tourist tax in the north has been rejected by business leaders.
An investigation has been launched after rat poison was left in a popular Cairngorms bothy.
Work to improve the road between Fort William and Inverness will take place next week.
The region's largest tourism conference will focus on responsible tourism when it meets in Inverness at the end of the month.
Glen Nevis bus survey in bid to fight traffic chaos after bereaved families complain of tourists parking in graveyard
A plan to manage "horrendous" traffic chaos in a Highland glen has taken a step forward with the launch of a consultation.
The incoming NHS Highland vice chairwoman says "best possible healthcare" is top of the agenda.
The expansion of a successful Highland business will get under way this week.
A Highland footballer has been given a prestigious award by the north's higher education establishment.
The title of world porridge champion is heading south of the border after this year's competition was won by a woman who runs a social enterprise cafe for adults with learning disabilities.
A crowdfunding campaign has been launched for the repair and conservation of a rare Pictish stone.
The operators of the Caledonian Sleeper have finally completed the roll-out of their £150million fleet of trains for passengers travelling from London to the Highlands - three months later than planned.
Students are all set to have a creative space of their own thanks to a partnership between the public and private sector.
An initiative to support people, who suffer bereavement in the Highlands, will launch a Living with Grief group next month.
A community activity day will focus on controversial plans for walking and cycling routes along the River Ness.
A Shetland doctor is calling for islanders to get the right end-of-life care to be able to die at home if they want to.
Scottish comedian Craig Hill is heading for a night in Inverness as part of his UK tour.
A dedicated student has been named as the University of the Highlands and Islands further education student of the year.
The University of Glasgow and the Mòd Ghlaschu organising committee are hosting a special seminar to consider the future of Gaelic in a global and digital context.
Motorists are being warned to look at signs ahead of new parking regulations on a busy city centre street.
Proud Ness organisers have announced they will go forward as Highland Pride in recognition of the LGBT+ community across the region.
Stagecoach has announced some services will revert to winter timetables from the end of October.
A science and technology centre in Inverness is encouraging pupils to pursue their passions.
A group of volunteers have hit out at Moray Council after feeling blamed for a museum closure.
An archaeological dig in Sutherland has given a fascinating insight into local life just before the Highland Clearances.