Thousands of knitters from across the globe descended on the Highland capital at the weekend to secure a record-breaking turnout for the Loch Ness Knit Fest.
Negotiations are underway in Shetland to help find a group of local sea scouts a new home following their eviction from the waterside property after more than 50 years there.
Mountaineers from across the world are being given a unique opportunity this festive season to ‘adopt an acre’ of four of Scotland’s iconic mountains – including the UK’s tallest, Ben Nevis.
Two prostate cancer survivors in the Highlands have shared their personal stories to encourage others to act on health concerns.
A historic spruce tree in the Outer Hebrides has been voted Scotland’s Tree of the Year.
A community-based garden project in the north is under threat as NHS Highland outlines plans to withdraw its entire £51,000 funding budget from March next year.
A remote community in the Inner Hebrides has launched a fundraiser to help raise £400,000 to ensure they can reopen to visitors for Easter 2020.
A young student from Inverness College UHI is aiming to raise more than £300 for a local primary school.
More than two dozen members of the clergy attended the funeral service of an island priest yesterday.
Scottish Natural Heritage CEO cycles 1,300 miles around Scotland to showcase the wonders of the natural world
Chief Executive of Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) has cycled 1,300 miles around Scotland to inspire the public to get active and improve their mental and physical health.
Commuters in Oban were left facing another day of travel disruption as engineering works saw the town’s main rail line close for an unplanned sixth day.
Traffic was left at a temporary standstill in Nairn yesterday after a lorry carrying turbine parts broke down in the centre of town.
Motorist on the A96 were left in tailbacks stretching for more than a mile this morning after a turbine convoy lorry broke down in the centre of Nairn.
A secluded area of Culloden Wood has been transformed into a dog-free zone to help combat the growing mess left by ‘selfish’ owners in the area.
Police in the north have been recognised by a local children’s charity for their dedication in protecting vulnerable young people.
A popular knitting festival in Inverness is putting the city on the map with a creative piece of artwork unveiled at Inverness Airport.
A war memorial in the community of Dores has been returned to its former glory as the country gears up to celebrate the centenary anniversary of the First World War.
Residents in Sutherland are to have the deciding vote over the design of Sutherland’s new flag following public backlash for the committee’s original choice.
Rescue volunteers were launched to help two workmen in the Cromarty Firth on Thursday following reports of a man entering the water.
A Highland book event is giving local talent the chance to be on the same stage as their literary heroes.
Hundreds of graduates in Inverness took to the stage to receive their hard-earned qualifications yesterday as the curtain came down on student life.
A young family have voiced their concerns over fire-raising in their area after their fence was set alight.
Argyll’s largest outdoor music concert has brought chart-topping success to the region by injecting more than £1.4million into the local economy.
Researchers have claimed the reduction of the drink-drive limit has had little effect in reducing deaths and accidents on the road.
Police are hunting thieves who stole more than £160,000 worth of equipment from a Highland camera store.
An inspiring teenager who has battled leukaemia three times in her 18-year life time has launched an appeal for stem cell donors.
Going above the call of duty – almost literally – workers braved the heights to clean up a historic 130ft clock tower in Inverness.
A family in Grantown-on-Spey got the keys to their new home.
It is one of the city’s busiest and oldest thoroughfares.
A five-year-old girl from Shetland has undergone a lifesaving operation just days before starting school for the first time after local optician spots signs of a brain tumour.
At the age of just five months, he and his parents were preparing for treatment for a life-changing condition.
A painting graduate from Robert Gordon University’s (RGU) Gray’s School of Art has bean appointed the first artist-in-residence at Tobermory Distillery on the Isle of Mull.