Seven out of 10 people in Caithness are in favour of proposals to redesign health and social care services, a three-month survey has concluded.
One of Scotland’s leading golfers is determined to show the next generation that a daily battle with diabetes should not halt your sporting dreams.
A small fishing village will today mark the first anniversary of the fatal sinking of a prawn trawler in which two men lost their lives.
Work on a road which is to serve 600 new houses being built at near Oban has been condemned.
A young driver who skidded off the road and crashed into a sign near a primary school has been banned from driving for three months.
Popular Inveraray Castle festival is pulled because of a lack of funding from Argyll and Bute Council
A popular festival has been cancelled, with its hostess The Duchess of Argyll criticising the local authority for its lack of funding.
A marine engineer who was working in Oban assaulted a member of hotel staff after trying to charge alcohol to his account.
Callous thieves are targeting vehicles being left by climbers and hillwalkers as they tackle Scotland’s famous mountains – knowing they will be away for hours.
A husband has spoken of his sadness after mindless vandals threw a memorial bench dedicated to his late wife over a sea wall, smashing it to pieces.
Royal Mail will fully relocate the Inverness mail centre and delivery office to a new site in Seafield Road in the spring.
The health secretary has pledged to work with NHS Highland to secure a better deal for patients splashing out “extortionate fees” to watch television at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness.
A man has been arrested following a blaze and disturbance at a luxury hotel on the Isle of Skye in the early hours of this morning.
Opera star Tony Henry is taking the next step in his long and successful musical career by opening a music academy in Inverness.
Scottish Water has lodged a new application to amend its discharge licence at Gairloch following a campaign by locals concerned about non-ultra-violet treated waste water being discharged at sea.
Fishing representatives, anglers and community groups have called on the Scottish Government to take urgent measures to protect coastal waters.
Chilling predictions have been made for Arctic polar bears and other large predators by an Oban scientist.
For more than 25 years, a speech disorder left Bryan Duff unable to say his own name.
Three Highland butchers secure gold awards at the Scottish Craft Butchers Haggis Products Awards 2019
Traditional Scottish haggis is helping butchers across the north to find the recipe for success.
A call has been made for a major review of Oban’s struggles with drug addiction after it emerged the local health partnership has lost track of the scale of the problem.
Work to renovate the main building in a £3million project to create The Rockfield Centre in Oban will begin early this year.
There is little peace or joy for one north family this festive period.
Nearly 40 years working at the same primary school in Kirkwall has seen an Orkney woman being made an MBE.
A “proud Orcadian” has been made an MBE thanks to the hard work he has put in helping to look after St Magnus Cathedral.
A primary school on South Uist is the winner of a winter show competition held by the Scottish Salmon Company and the National Theatre of Scotland.
Police in Inverness are appealing for information following a series of sneak-in thefts around the Hilton area of the city.
A pacemaker patient has had an MRI scan in a Highland first.
A young footballer who played in a major local derby to help promote a charity football event in aid of dangerously ill children found a second way to help.
The A832 between Avoch and Fortrose is closed following a one car crash. Police received the call at 3.05pm about the accident involving the Mercedes B class car. A spokesman said: “One person was treated at the scene by ambulance staff. The road remains closed.”
A person has died after being hit by a train near Aviemore today.
The first acts have been announced for Argyll's biggest outdoor music event next year.
Councils across the north have said they are facing multi-million pound funding shortfalls as a result of the annual grants announced by the Scottish Government this week.
A grieving family is asking former Dounreay workers to come forward and help them as they seek justice after losing their father to cancer caused by exposure to asbestos.