Shetland is a frame of mind, I’m told by one local woman when I ask why she came to the island.
Caithness stand-off Marc Anderson feels the appointment of Ewen Boyd as head coach can provide the Greens with the stability they need to climb the National 3 table.
Inverness Harrier Mhairi Maclennan has been flying under the radar this season – but she still hopes to challenge for a place on the Great Britain senior women’s side for next month’s European cross-country championships.
Gordonians face a potentially season-defining trip to Newton Stewart tomorrow as they try to close the gap on the teams above them at the bottom of National 2.
Highland head coach Davie Carson feels the National 1 campaign is proving to be a stern test of his players’ resilience.
Extra tickets for the biggest awards in the sporting calendar, BBC Sports Personality of the Year, are on sale now.
The farmers’ union has called for an urgent derogation on the inclusion of biofuel in diesel after insisting farmers and crofters are facing a crisis because of serious issues with agricultural machinery.
Rural Affairs Minister Fergus Ewing is likely to face close questioning at his next meeting with NFU Scotland after the surreptitious disappearance of £154.76 million from the government’s Scottish Rural Development Programme (SRDP) Pillar 2 budget.
It took BMW some time to discover a profitable sweet spot in the roadster segment, but the Munich maker got there in the end.
Jaguar has enjoyed a tremendous renaissance over the past decade. Once a purveyor of traditional but staid models, it now has a dynamic range of cars with cutting-edge styling.
For some, Christmas starts with the first bite of a home-made mince pie, or the prising open of an advent calendar door on December 1.
Jack Whitehall likes to begin live shows with a bang.
Formartine United player-manager Paul Lawson is optimistic his side can overcome East Kilbride this weekend and book their place in the draw for the fourth round of the Scottish Cup.
Ross County defender Sean Kelly is keen to blank out the sentiment as he prepares to face St Mirren for the first time since leaving the Paisley club.
Scotland manager Steve Clarke believes Scott McKenna will learn from his mistakes at international level.
I wasn’t aware of it at the time but I was following in historic footsteps when I walked across the bridge connecting Skye to the mainland.
The elite show of 90 dairy cattle at AgriScot competed for the biggest prize pot in Scotland of £25,000.
The Conservatives have made an election pledge to maintain levels of farm funding for the lifetime of the next Parliament – a full two years longer than the current commitment.
The farmers’ union has issued a 10-point manifesto setting out Scottish agriculture’s priorities ahead of the general election.
The Scottish potato harvest is complete “as near as makes no difference” but there’s now a real risk that the 11% of the UK crop which is still in the ground will need to be written off.
Fan view: Clarke will have to drag Scotland to Euro 2020 with just a few of our Premier League players along for the ride
It was the thrilling end Uefa would have wished for.
Buckie Thistle manager Graeme Stewart hopes this is the season he can check the Highland League Cup off the list of trophies he has won.
A man has appeared in court charged with defrauding hundreds of investors out of £13 million through an illegal “Ponzi” scheme.
The drive to the foot of Ben More, Mull’s highest mountain, is a memorable experience.
Back in 1983, something special was happening in Waternish on Skye’s northern peninsula.
Loosely translated from Gaelic, Mullach Na Craobhan means “top of the trees” – an appropriate name as this lovely family home sits in an elevated position and enjoys treetop-height views across Loch Linnhe.
Banchory’s Robbie Simpson admits that California’s North Face 50-mile Challenge is the toughest race he has tackled in his career so far.
Highland athlete Andy Douglas feels he was cheated out of a possible medal when competing in the world mountain running championships in Argentina.
Britain’s pig farmers have warned the next UK Government that it must ensure the country’s ability to produce high-quality pork products isn’t fatally undermined by double standards being applied to post-Brexit trade deals.
Two north-east men with a love of coffee have taken their passion and turned it into a business as they open their first outlet at an Aberdeen university.
Growing up in the tropical climes of Southeast Asia, Zoe Davidson was more at home in the humid jungle than she was on the blustery Scottish coast.
Audi has brought back the rear-wheel-drive R8, this time making it a permanent fixture in its sports car line-up.