Care home staff in Wick are using the power of music to help enhance the lives of people living with dementia.
Dozens of people from across Inverness took part in a festive fun run yesterday to help promote health and wellbeing across the city.
A poignant wooden statue has been erected on the shores of the Western Isles in tribute to the hundreds of sailors lost during the Iolaire disaster.
A conservation charity is harvesting seeds from dwarf birch trees as part of a national project to protect trees for generations.
Police have confirmed the sudden death of a man in his 40s in the Inverness area.
Dental services in the Western Isles and Northern Isles are now leading the way towards helping Scots have healthy teeth.
Thousands of patients in the Western Isles are now benefiting from dental services for the first time in more than four years.
Architectural technology students from Inverness are helping to regenerate the city as part of their final year project.
Humans remains from the 16th century have been among discoveries by archaeologists in a Highland village.
Dozens of residents in the Leachkin area of the city have been questioned by police exactly one week on from the disappearance of missing teenager Jade McGrath.
Sight campaigners have criticised the installation of an electric car charging on a pavement at Inverness's busy bus station.
Female patients in two highland towns are to benefit from breast screenings in the New Year as the mobile unit tours the North of Scotland.
Highlanders are facing being marooned on Scotland’s islands as a result of an increase in the number of storms battering the country, leading transport operators have warned.
Plans to resurrect the Isle of Mull Rally are moving up a gear as Transport Scotland launches an initiative to bring motor sports back to Scotland.
He is one of the best-known names in golf, a five-times Open winner who played the most famous couurses in the world.
Three motorists have been charged with drink driving offences just hours after police launched a festive campaign to crack down on offenders.
It is a office tradition at Christmas that can be hit-and-miss - are you sure your boss wants that mug with a rude slogan on it?
A Highland councillor has welcomed improvements to two level crossings in Dingwall as the long-awaited programme of works is completed.
Walkers of the Great Glen Way will have to climb hundreds of extra feet on their hike as essential water works begin on the route.
A former office block at the heart of Inverness has been transformed into brand new flats as part of a drive to regenerate the town centre.
Inverness’s new justice centre is beginning to take shape as contractors mark the completion of the first stage of work.
Dozens of eager shoppers queued for hours yesterday to be first in the door of Inverness's latest new store - and win some prizes.
Inverness city centre to become more pedestrian and cyclist friendly as part of major transformation
Inverness city centre is set to undergo a multi-million pound transformation to make it more pedestrian and cyclist friendly.
Plans for a massive offshore windfarm in the Moray Firth have been approved by Highland councillors after a debate over its visual appearance.
Controversial plans for an 81-bedroom hotel in Thurso has been approved by Highland councillors who claim it will be a major boost for the local economy.
Residents in Sutherland have cast their deciding votes for the design of their community flag following a public backlash against the original choice.
An 18-year-old pilot from Stornoway is reaching new heights after a historic Highland aviation charity provided funding to help send him soaring into his dream career.
A 66-year-old man has died after a campervan fire.
Fort William residents are being invited to have their say on a new housing development on the site of a former primary school.
Health workers in the Western Isles are to hold a series of public consultations to find out what life is like for patients living with a Neurological condition.
Plans for a new 81 bedroom hotel in Thurso could bring a significant boost to the local economy, a new study has found.
A family of bagpipe makers are determined to create the Highland’s first specialist centre in Inverness to celebrate the instrument.