Ben Wyvis is a bonnie mountain but when there’s snow lying on it – as there is now – it looks spectacular.
In what seems like a very short time, Tornagrain has gone from being an idea on a developer’s plan to a very real and pretty new village
A little over two years ago, history was made when the first showhome at the new town of Tornagrain, on the eastern outskirts of Inverness, opened its doors to welcome in prospective buyers.
Female gamekeeper from Dornoch is beating the boys at their own game, and wants other women to follow suit
If you believe in popular stereotypes, then you may believe the life of a gamekeeper is an unusual choice for a woman.
When it comes to visiting Skye, the journey is as important as the destination.
The lives of tens of thousands of babies have been saved in Aberdeen’s Special Nursery – here is one survivor’s story
Heather Driscoll took a big breath, followed by a leap of faith as she began a freefall abseil from the top of the UK’s tallest sculpture.
Parting is such sweet sorrow, especially when David and Mary Cameron are having to say goodbye to their much-loved 12-bedroom Edwardian home, writes Susan Welsh.
During visits to Invergordon, I’d feel a pang of envy seeing the relaxed-looking passengers disembarking from cruise ships.
It’s a tradition that’s been around for more than 500 years.
Chris and Claire Welsh searched far and wide before they found Netherwood, a handsome traditional house near Dornoch that dates back to the 19th Century.
For the fourth night in succession I was in Eden Court reviewing a show.
There will be a sprinkling of Hollywood glamour at this year’s Inverness Film Festival, as screen star Karen Gillan returns to her hometown to present her debut movie.
Less than two months ago Aly Bain and Phil Cunningham packed them in at Eden Court.
This month saw the 125th anniversary of the establishment of the Camanachd Association.
What’s more frighting, coming face to face with a snow leopard or a leopard seal? How do you get close to the biggest fish in the sea and can your eyeballs freeze when the temperature drops to minus 50C?
Susan Welsh saw, The Case of The Frightened Lady at Eden Court Theatre, Inverness.
Step inside this beautifully situated eco home in an outstanding location close to the coastline and with magnificent views over the Western Isles and Torridons, writes Susan Welsh.
Since first being aired in 1975, TV show The Good Life has inspired thousands of people to become more self-sufficient.
Having a home with a turret is a bit of a status symbol. They are often associated with castles and tower houses, although Victorian builders were also fond of including a corner turret when building a home designed to impress.
Earlier this year the P&J revealed record figures had been announced for Moray, with the area enjoying something of a tourist boom.
The stage is set for Inverness to host two world-class piping competitions this week as hundreds of pipers from as far afield as Canada, America, New Zealand, Australia and Europe descend on the city for two days.
Last week we reported how the Inverness and Highland property market has been pretty lively of late, but it’s not the only area in the north of Scotland that’s flourishing.
If you thought Alison Ozog was good as Sandy in Starlight Musical Theatre’s production of Grease, wait until you see her play Eliza Doolittle in their latest show, My Fair Lady.
Inverness has been identified as one of the top 10 places to raise a family in Britain.
It’s one of the biggest and deepest bodies of water in the UK and home to a monster called Nessie, which is why thousands of tourists flock each year to visit Loch Ness near Inverness.
In one of the large attic rooms of Ballindoun House sits a machine that changed the lives of generations of women.
The re-introduction of Lynx into the wild; President Donald Trump’s policies on National Parks and how a local lass became a consultant herbalist for the cult TV series, Outlander, are just some topics being discussed at the Belladrum Verb Garden on Friday.
Wartime diary kept by teenage relative resulted in former north art teacher becoming a family history detective
Some 16-year-olds today would feel lost with without access to their mobile phone or social media, while they take for granted being able to listen to the latest music or watching TV to see what their favourite celebrities are up to.
With more than 1,700 miles of stunning coastline, along with Lerwick’s dive boat activity, boat trips and record-breaking cruise traffic, it’s no surprise that Lerwick is a very busy harbour with yachts making a valuable contribution to marine tourism in Shetland.
Not everyone wants to move into a “dream” home where there’s nothing to be done but unpack and settle in.
A historic lodge, set against a picturesque back-drop of colourful shoreline and with direct access to the glistening waters of Loch Fyne, would make an ideal home for a nature lover.
An extended former schoolhouse could become the dream home for someone in the market for a peaceful property in an idyllic Highland setting.
Attracting thousands of fans and more than 40 acts, the Hebridean Celtic Festival is celebrating its 23rd birthday in style
From small beginnings, the Hebridean Celtic Festival has grown to become a hugely successful international multi award-winning event, which doubles the population of Stornoway to around 16,000 over the four days it takes place.