A Christian charity which has devised a pilgrimage route from Dalmally in Argyll to the holy island of Iona has called for infrastructure improvements on part of the walk.
Skye could be turned into the “world’s first bilingual Geopark” as part of a new strategy to alleviate pressure on the island’s tourist hotspots.
A Labour MSP has criticised a Scottish Government minister who controversially called for a new tax on campervans to be introduced in the Western Isles.
Plans have been revealed for an extra snowsports development and learning centre at Highland outdoor retreat.
An island high school has paid tribute to a much-loved pupil who died at the weekend.
A Skye community has resorted to carrying out its own traffic and toilet surveys amid concern at infrastructure pressures caused by burgeoning tourist numbers.
A Highland care home where vulnerable residents are unable to bathe or shower regularly due to a lack of hot water has been ordered to make urgent improvements.
A tragic couple found dead outside their Outer Hebridean home in freezing conditions last year are to be remembered by the community they served for years.
The line up for the official Inverness Hogmanay celebrations has been announced.
An Orcadian island is at the centre of a water bug alert.
“Serious concerns” at Highland care home after inspection reveals not enough hot water to bathe residents
Residents at a Highland care home are unable to bathe regularly as there is not enough hot water - despite inspectors repeatedly flagging up the issue.
Around 50 classic cars provided a souped-up spectacle in Oban town centre yesterday.
An eight-year-old girl from Tiree will be seen on televisions hundreds of times all over Scotland in the coming months.
He is the chairman of the board and is going to be a star in more ways than one.
Health and safety chiefs have launched a probe after concerns were raised in a small island village that contractors may have left asbestos dust in the streets.
A “truly special” young girl from Islay has lost her 13 year battle with cancer.
Police in Skye are appealing for information after two restaurants were broken into and cash was stolen.
Members of an Inverness family are raising funds for the Raigmore Hospital Macmillan suite after being touched by the care and compassion their late mother received.
Oban’s home care crisis was highlighted at a council meeting yesterday - where it was revealed that visits have been missed and people left without support.
Raising a baby while working part time is a tough enough job in itself.
The Royal National Mod returns to Lochaber next month, with entry numbers expected to be the highest in a decade.
A hill walker has died after being knocked down by a campervan and on a busy Highland road.
A father has spoken of his terror as he and his family were rescued from a blazing car after a Highland holiday almost turned to tragedy.
It is a pilgrimage in the footsteps of a legendary Orkney earl.
Singer Eddi Reader is performing in the back garden of the Duke of Argyll this weekend as Best of the West Festival gets underway.
A solution to save Mull's only sheltered housing complex is being proposed, an association has revealed.
Parts of Scotland suffered their soggiest summer for 50 years - and it probably won’t come as much of a surprise to many Highlanders to learn the wettest place in the country was in this region.
They once stood as imposing industrial structures against the otherwise unspoiled backdrop of the Cairngorms.
Thousands of postcards from members of the public protesting about health services moving from Caithness to Inverness have been gathered by a pressure group.