The Barra schoolgirl killed in the Manchester Arena attack is to have a special piping award named after her.
Stornoway photographer Scott Davidson’s entry - Callanish and the Cosmos - has been unveiled as the winner of the second Dark Skies contest, organised for the astronomy festival, which takes place in February in the islands.
It is something a little bit different to chocolates and socks - and will help combat climate change for decades to come.
It is renowned as one of the most gruelling events in the Scottish sporting calendar, attracting hundreds of participants.
A professional dancer who killed two elderly neighbours in a row over bins in Argyll told police: “This is the best day I've ever had.”
Church members from the north let their feet do the talking to raise awareness about HIV.
Sarah Bruce saw Ben Elton at Eden Court, Inverness.
As they say in the business, “Yeee-haaa”!
Five Greenpeace protesters who occupied an oil rig for almost four days costing the operators and the taxpayer more than £500,000 have been spared a jail sentence.
Police are appealing for information following a theft from a car in Grantown over the weekend.
Fresh doubt surrounds the future of a top Highland visitor attraction after Scotland’s public spending watchdog warned “tough decisions” on repairs to Cairngorm’s crisis-hit funicular are likely to be needed soon.
Eleventh hour reprieves have been secured for two school nurseries in the far north which were earmarked for the chop.
We are days away from the start of another school year - and all the shopping for everything from gym shoes to lunchboxes that goes with it.
Tools made of antlers dating back 6,000 years, 400 Lovat country maps and mysterious “cup marks” on boulders are just some of the discoveries featured in a new archaeology book.
A Hebridean crofting couple have failed in a compensation bid after a neighbours’ bull escaped and got their pedigree cow pregnant.
Highland footballer Richard Finnis jailed for nine years for ‘brutal and cowardly’ attack on his ex-partner
A Highland League footballer who tried to kill his ex-lover in a "brutal and cowardly" attack has been jailed for more than nine years.
Inverness's new five-star hotel has openeed for business, bringing 65 new jobs to the city.
JUDE SAINT saw Zog at Eden Court Theatre in Inverness
A crofter on Fair Isle and the community’s nurse have come up with a novel way of helping a young lamb get back to full strength following a debilitating illness - homemade "bionic" legs.
Stagecoach is facing competition on its X99 scheduled bus service between Caithness and Inverness.
Problems continue to blight the Wick High School campus with the latest hitch set to put the main games hall out of use for outside lets for part of the summer holidays.
Walkers, cyclists and horse-riders interested in a new Loch Ness Trail can now get themselves online for information.
At 2.5 miles long by 1.5 miles wide, it doesn't feel like there would be room for 300 different place-names.
Enterprise chiefs have ploughed almost £2.5 million into crisis-hit Cairngorm Mountain since its funicular railway was taken out of service and the ski resort’s former operators went into administration, it has been revealed.
Residents of one of Britain’s most remote inhabited islands have stepped up efforts to move towards a cleaner energy system.
A top official at one of Scotland’s biggest agriculture events has been fined £750 and given a two-year non-harassment order after being convicted of stalking his estranged wife.
A Highland League footballer carried out a horrific murder bid on his ex-lover after refusing to accept their break-up.
A 12-year-old girl from Shetland has qualified for the prestigious Horse of the Year show.
A rare albino hedgehog appears to have been spotted in the wild in Shetland.
The death of an island crofter who became trapped in a piece of farming machinery is to be probed by a sheriff.
NHS Highland bosses have unveiled a 32-page action plan to combat bullying in response to a damning report probing a culture of intimidation and harassment within the organisation.
Music lovers attending this year’s Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival are being encouraged to help rewild the Highlands by having their own trees planted by conservation charity Trees for Life.