Shoppers are being warned by police to be on their guard after a Highland resident was targeted by scammers.
Highland mother thanks public for support in raising £32,000 for specialised cabin for terminally ill son
The mother of a terminally-ill youngster in the Highlands has thanked the public for their outpouring of support in raising more than £32,000 for a purpose-built care cabin for her terminally-ill son.
Two women from Jura have been chosen to manage a new scheme to attract visitors to the islands.
Young people have been getting 'in tune' with their creative side during an inspirational music event in Inverness.
Canopies removed from a north retail park after a shopper was injured by falling glass could be replaced within months.
It’s been a much-loved institution in the centre of Inverness for more than six decades.
A Scottish charity is calling on Highland Council to reverse public toilet cuts to help combat loneliness and isolation.
Two Shetland councillors have praised the work of local road staff after icy conditions sent a gritter spinning off a mainland road.
A 17-year-old Alness air cadet is reaching new heights after being shortlisted in an international space competition.
An Inverness charity has joined forces with a local gym to help keep people living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) active.
Firefighters were called to the A96 this evening following reports of a car on fire.
A Scottish author is to be honoured with a prestigious charity award for her contribution to cultural life in the Highlands.
Residents of an Argyll town are meeting to discuss flood defences.
Inverness is preparing to welcome a host of Scotland’s best-known musicians as part of a festival celebrating Gaelic culture in the north.
For some, Friday 13th can be extremely unlucky - but for one Dingwall couple it was the start of six decades of joy.
Cancer charities in the north and north-east will benefit from a share of £50,000 after shoppers offered them support through a supermarket campaign.
As a busy secondary school teacher, Adrian Allan would be forgiven for using his magical powers to make his paperwork disappear.
Plans for a 500-mile fundraising cycle have been launched in Inverness to help raise £150,000 for a Highland cancer charity.
Two of the main rail routes in and out of the north were hit with a double whammy of flooding and technical issues.
Scottish Water are using earthworms and water fleas to treat waste water as part of an international study to protect and improve resources across the globe.
A Golspie woman has danced her way to victory in a national charity dance event.
Scotland's Last House is to be given a new lease of life with plans to transform the property into a thriving visitor attraction.
Residents of Inverness lined the streets roday as the city fell silent to mark Remembrance Sunday.
Poignant ceremonies are being held across the north and Moray this weekend to mark remembrance Sunday.
A competition has been launched to give Skye its own flag.
A student from the Highlands is preparing to travel more than 7,000 miles to make a difference to the lives of people in Asia.
A male driver has been left with serious injuries after colliding with a military vehicle on the A9.
A Highland charity event has become a runaway success after raising more than £56,000 in support of cancer sufferers.
Inverness residents are calling for CCTV cameras to be installed to deter vandals from causing destruction at a beauty spot which was recently given a makeover.
A two-year-old Moray boy has marked the end of his brave battle with cancer by ‘ringing the bell’.
Highlands and Islands MSP condems Scotrail for ‘dragging their feet’ in resolving customer complaints over ticket machine
A Highland and Islands MSP has condemned Scotrail for “dragging its feet” after taking three months to repair an overcharging ticket machine in Nairn.
Emergency services were called to a busy Inverness street after a pedestrian was knocked down.