There were two false alarms in Shetland early this morning.
A lack of suitable housing is preventing Orkney residents from moving as they get older or face health issues, researchers have found.
A row has broken out between Highland Council and Lochaber Area Committee over the introduction of ferry fares on one of Scotland's busiest vehicle ferry routes.
Nairn's crowing glory is going to be back in place this weekend after the town's newly refurbished steeple is replaced at the historic courthouse.
An island monument to a well-known supporter of the Jacobite claim to the Scottish crown has been restored.
Highlands and Islands MSP, Edward Mountain, has been re-selected as the Scottish Conservative candidate for the Inverness and Nairn constituency in the 2021 Scottish Parliament elections.
The Scottish mainland’s most northerly arts venue has doubled its audience figures and attributes that success to working in partnership and refusing to patronise audiences.
A Highland councillor has announced he will resign next month, a year after poor health caused him to give up senior positions on the council.
A Lochaber care worker was sanctioned by her ruling body after she oversaw an overdose of a narcotic painkiller to a vulnerable resident - who was later admitted to hospital.
Police have confirmed they are continuing to hunt for a person wanted on a warrant, after they surrounded a house at gunpoint in Elgin on Tuesday night.
Ferry operator CalMac is closing its Fort William base after being in the town for decades.
Police are searching for the individuals responsible for throwing a CCTV system into a Highland canal.
Plans to demolish a popular Lochaber music and sports venue are being discussed by council officers and members of Highlife Highland .
Two full-time car park workers have been employed for a tourist hot spot on Skye.
Family of tragic Kieran Cowan ‘overwhelmed by the love and support from friends and the local communities’
The family of a man whose body was found in an Argyll loch have said they were "overwhelmed by the love and support from family, friends and the local communities in both Prestonpans and Oban."
The body of a man has been recovered from Loch Awe, Argyll and Bute, following a search for missing person Kieran Cowan, police have said.
A 23-year-old man missing after a boat he was in capsized on Saturday afternoon in an Argyll loch was a dad-to-be, a family friend revealed today.
They are the next biggest band to hit the airwaves with a funky retro 1950s and 60s feel.
Network Rail has announced that the West Highland Line has now fully reopened.
Police have confirmed the identity of a man missing from a boat in Argyll as 23-year-old Kieran Cowan.
A yacht missing between the Faroe islands and Shetland was located after a six hour search by the Coastguard service.
A search resumed this morning in an Argyll loch for a young man missing after the boat he was in capsized on Saturday afternoon.
A full-scale search of an Argyll loch continued last night in the search for a young man missing after the boat he was in capsized on Saturday afternoon.
A campaign group has said it could be 10 years before traffic congestion in Lochaber is resolved - and that's only if the pressure on the Scottish Government is kept up.
A heavyweight show of strength in the north saw plenty of competitors - but for one man in his category, no-one turned up to take on his challenge.
The crowds that assembled for Saturday's Glenfinnan Highland Gathering were all champions, not least for braving the rain.
An island mountain rescue team was called out to two emergency rescues on Saturday night, in "atrocious" conditions.
An MP is demanding the Scottish Government puts up road signs on single track roads to help with frustration behind the wheel.
A new surfing centre has opened in Caithness.
An Orkney gin company which opened its premises to visitors only a year ago has already achieved its Five Star Quality Assurance award from VisitScotland.
Work on the troubled Cairngorm funicular railway will finally begin in May - operators revealed yesterday - as a new attraction on the mountain was officially launched to boost tourism.
Creating has become a way of life for self taught artist Tom Hickman – from wool pictures to drystone walls and everything in between.