A conservation charity has called for greater protection for sea life off Scotland’s west coast after extensive and “pioneering” research that identified the area as a hot spot for whales, dolphins and porpoises.
The head of a Highland school is set to take “play” very seriously when he starts his new role with the LEGO Foundation.
Camanachd Association celebrates 125th anniversary by inaugurating Scotland’s first ever Shinty School
A Highland high school has been unveiled as Scotland’s first School of Shinty - and talks are already under way to create more.
Guests of one of the only hotels that cater especially for disabled people in the north of Scotland have reacted with shock at news the establishment could soon close.
Highland Council “Scrooges” have been accused of pricing some community councils out of buying a Christmas tree by slashing their grants and asking for payment for the tree.
It is the focal point of any community Christmas.
Supporters have hailed the success of two weekend Pride marches across Inverness and Stornoway as a watershed moment for LGBT rights in the Highlands and Islands.
The former Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale will attend the Proud Ness event in the Highland capital today.
Police have renewed an appeal for information to locate a man from Invergordon who is considered to be a risk to the public.
Units from the Inverness fire station saved a Black Isle home after bringing a blaze under control in a 30-minute operation.
A Lochinver man who attempted to cross the Atlantic in a self-made rowing boat has finally returned home after more than three months at sea.
NHS Highland’s bullying crisis has deepened with calls for a public inquiry because there is “no faith that the existing senior leadership team” can resolve the issue.
NHS Highland has accepted “external, independent support” from NHS Scotland in a bid to resolve crisis surrounding allegations of bullying going back a decade.
The University of the Highlands and Islands was at the centre of a data breach after an administrator inadvertently revealed 132 email addresses.
A Church of Scotland minister will address what could be the biggest LGBT+ march ever held in the Highlands this weekend.
Hundreds of runners have raised a record-breaking £43,000 by taking part in a Run the Runway event at Inverness Airport.
Dingwall High Street is a step closer to getting its first major redevelopment for years amid hopes it will “regenerate” the town centre and attract more visitors.
Rescuers who launched a search operation after detecting a maritime distress signal yesterday discovered that the alarm was not coming from a vessel in difficulties but from the back of a van on a ferry.
The roof of Inverness’s Victorian Market is leaking again - renewing concerns about the so-called “private” section of the city centre shopping arcade.
The Press and Journal first raised the issue of bullying claims within NHS Highland back in July.
In what was an otherwise highly rated service Marybank Primary School Nursery has been criticised for poor facilities.
Pupils at an Island primary school had to go without hot meals this week after asbestos was found in the kitchen.
The hunt for the last resting place of the body of Jacobite Clan Chief Lord Lovat has hit a brick wall - in the crypts beneath the Tower of London.
Police have issued a warning to the public to be on their guard after a spate of incidents involving the use of counterfeit banknotes.
Works to repair a damaged embankment on the A9 south of Helmsdale are due to get underway next week.
The 17th annual Baxters Loch Ness Marathon and Festival of Running attracted thousands of spectators on what was a windy, sunny and wet day of events.
It is an activity that almost all of us know – skimming stones on rivers, lochs, ponds and the sea - but on one day of the year it becomes a highly competitive event on the tiny island of Easdale.
A Lochinver man has spoken about his terrifying ordeal after he got into difficulties and was rescued while trying to row across the Atlantic in a home-made boat.
When you’re filming, the show must go on - and two island businesses helped a celebrity father-and-son team do just that.
Storm Ali caused disruption across swathes of the north yesterday as motorists, rail and ferry passengers were hit.
The main rail route south from Inverness was cut off yesterday after the derailment of a freight train at 1.40am just outside Inverness.
A major rescue operation was launched in Rogart in Sutherland after a digger over turned in a river near Rogart.