Red squirrels are being restored to a Sutherland wood as part of a reintroduction project across the Highlands.
The filthy condition of an ancient pilgrimage site in the Black Isle has shocked a local resident into getting a community clean-up organised.
Applications are now open for six new mid-market rental homes nearing completion in Ullapool.
Highland council is to review air quality standards around its schools - and will undertake a pilot project on air quality improvement at a local school yet to be decided.
Residents of a Black Isle village say they fear losing their morning commuter bus into Inverness because their village is "too rich".
Teacher, parent and pupil anxieties over cuts in Highland Council’s education service were underlined in an interim report presented to councillors yesterday.
A community leader has laid the blame squarely at the door of Highland Council for low numbers coming forward for the forthcoming elections.
Highland trades businesses have until today to apply to become approved council suppliers - but smaller traders say they’ll lose out because the paperwork is too complicated.
Early plans for the Sutherland vertical launch space port were nodded through to the next stage by Highland councillors yesterday.
Residents of a Ross-shire village say they have lost the first battle but not the war in the fight to save their valued green space from development.
Youngsters at a Forres primary school are enjoying their gym classes even more thanks to their former cohorts.
A multiple AA rosette and Michelin award-winning chef thrilled crowds at a Caithness food festival this weekend.
A record number of runners put themselves to the test as they tackled the 18th Loch Ness Marathon yesterday.
Black Isles residents, businesses and organisations turned out to celebrate their community in their 6th biennial gathering at the weekend.
A Moray councillor has hit out at Moray Council’s "downgrading" of its biodiversity and landscape commitment.
Whisky by-products scheme could power fast-charging for electric vehicles in Caithness business park
Waste from a Caithness distillery could be turned into gas to fuel journeys along the North Coast 500.
Residents of a Ross-shire village are mobilising to stop council plans to build houses on part of their only green space.
Moray's clothing bank for children has launched its winter appeal for warm coats and jackets for youngsters in need.
A Speyside distillery has won a coveted architectural award.
Fire crew are at the scene of a house fire on the island of Yell in Shetland.
Residents of South Kessock and Merkinch in Inverness are celebrating after a council U-turn on plans to build houses next to the local nature reserve.
A bitter row has broken out between Moray Council’s administration and opposition councillors over the budget-cutting process.
Highland Council has issued an urgent alert about criminals still targeting Highland with council tax rebate scams.
Plans for Space Hub Sutherland have taken a step forward with early proposals lodged for discussion by Highland councillors next week.
In our millennia of commingling on this earth, you would think human beings would have learned a little about tolerance, acceptance, honesty, equality, fairness.
The head teacher credited for turning around a Ross-shire secondary school has been appointed interim head of education at Highland Council.
An Aviemore restaurant has been granted a drinks licence despite concerns that noise and disturbance will increase in the area.
A new live entertainment venue is shortly to open in the heart of Inverness, filling the spot left empty by a Castle Street nightclub more than two years ago.
Highland is one of the safest places to drink in Scotland, according to national police boss Iain Livingstone.
Plans have been lodged for permission in principle for a development of 312 homes at Chapelton, between Balloch and Moray Park in Culloden.
Local residents have had a chance to look at early plans for a proposed woodland holiday village in the grounds of Stagecoach billionaire Dame Ann Gloag’s Beaufort Estate near Beauly.
The future of a harbour swim which raises thousands for Moray charities is in doubt after organisers learned the council plans to charge them for the event.