Campaigners against the mechanical dredging of kelp in Scottish waters have been left “delighted” as they live to fight another day at Holyrood.
The proposed development of a derelict former tourist information centre on the outskirts of Inverness has been warmly welcomed by local councillors.
Award-winning author Andy Stanton is to tour the north as part of the 20th anniversary of the Children’s Book Tour.
An American couple who have been battling deportation from their Inverness home have told how they were “in tears” when an immigration judge said they could stay in the UK.
A climber has told how he thought he was going to die after spending the night in the Cairngorms.
Two walkers found by Cairngorm MRT after overnight search that rescued two additional climbers in distress
Cairngorm Mountain Rescue Team (MRT) has successfully traced two climbers who were missing overnight in bad weather.
Firefighters across the world are known for their close ties - but one unit on the Ardnamurchan peninsula are much closer than most because they are members of the same family.
The 3rd Battalion of Royal Regiment of Scotland (3 SCOTS) has received a well-deserved warm welcome on their homecoming parade through the Highland capital after a six-month deployment.
NHS Highland social workers removed round the clock care for Dingwall man Ron Fraser despite the health board’s own assessment that 24-hour assistance is needed, it has emerged.
An ambitious project is aiming to link two Highland towns by a cycle and walkway.
A paralysed man has been left clinically depressed after his 24-hour care package was suddenly removed- leaving him “in pain, degradation and misery”.
Rat Race Adventure Sport’s Coast to Coast endurance challenge took place over the weekend and saw 2,000 participants make their way from the Moray Firth in the east to Loch Leven in the west.
The Highland Council has been slammed for sending out “mourning kits” in anticipation of the death of members of the Royal Family.
Legendary Highland musician Fergie MacDonald has written a personal account of his father’s experiences surviving some of bloodiest military confrontations in history.
The cancellation of the winter service of the hugely popular Harry Potter train for maintenance has been slammed.
A festival celebrating the best the Highlands has to offer in the way of Gaelic culture, music, dance and food has opened across the region.
One of Scotland’s best loved and oldest wildlife sanctuaries has announced that it will close at the end of October.
‘Notes of hope’ will be placed across Caithness as part of Suicide Prevention Week, which starts on Monday.
Environmental health has received notification of a suspected growth of blue green algae at Loch of Clickimin in Lerwick.
The A82 has now fully reopened after a two vehicle collision near Urquhart Castle left five people injured.
A landslip next to the A9 near Helmsdale has sparked community fears that Caithness and north Sutherland could be completely cut off.
Highland Council has announced a public consultation on a “masterplan” to develop Fort William and the surrounding area over the next generation.
A team of fundraisers who successfully scaled Ben Nevis wearing a vintage diving suit said they were “elated” on completing the challenge.
An Inverness woman who is aiming to break the world record for cycling around the world has revealed some of the “bear necessities” that she did not take with her.
A serious two vehicle collision involving a police car has left the A9 closed in both directions between Invergordon and Kildary.
Since its poignant inception in 2015, Mikeysline has been helping people with thoughts of suicide.
For many just climbing Britain’s highest mountain is enough of a challenge - but today a team of divers will attempt something that has not been done before.
Planned improvements to pedestrian and cycle access along the A82 in Inverness have received a mixed reaction from the public at a consultation event in the city.
Scotland’s long hot summer had led to a 42% jump in demand over three years for those choosing to stay at home rather than go abroad, new figures reveal.
A rescue operation was launched yesterday after a man fell into the water from a boat in the area in Broadford Bay on Skye.
The helipad at Raigmore Hospital is to get a major upgrade at a cost of just under £600,000, paid for through two charitable donations.
Health chiefs are investigating after almost all of their 10,000-strong workforce were not paid their salary as expected yesterday.