A north distillery claims a planning wrangle means the fledgling community-owned business is missing out on tourist trade at a rate of £1,000 a day. Read More
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Around 200 protesters gathered in one of the last greenfield sites in Oban at the weekend to object to developer’s plans to build houses.
A minister from Dornoch has been installed as Moderator of the Church of Scotland’s 2018 General Assembly.
A bronze statue was unveiled in Fort William town centre on Saturday, commemorating a key moment in Lochaber’s history.
The fire service has issued a wildfire warning after crews battled two large blazes in different parts of the Highlands at the weekend.
A north distillery claims a planning wrangle means the fledgling community-owned business is missing out on tourist trade at a rate of £1,000 a day.
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A wildfire outburst in the Highlands required the attendance of the fire service today.
The parents of a teenager who suffered a burst blood clot in his leg while in class – resulting in it swelling to twice its normal size – last night praised medics who they claim saved his life.
Highland Council’s leader believes she has “never seen communities in better heart”, despite a year of unprecedented budget cuts since the local elections.
A mother and daughter both broke down in tears as they recalled the moment they discovered extreme pornographic images had been posted on social media.
A new shift pattern for the Lerwick ambulance team has helped to increase cover for its back-up ambulance.
Most people tend to go up and down its peaks in a relatively straight line.
Strathpeffer Primary School is to receive a playground expansion thanks to a £1000 donation from Scottish Water and alliance partner amey-Black & Veatch (aBV).
Fire crews were called out to deal with a wildfire yesterday near the Castle of Mey in Caithness.
The Chief Executive of the Highland Council has announced he is to retire from his “stimulating and rewarding” role in November after ten years with the local authority
The leader of the main opposition group in the Highland Council has had to face her own challenges in the 12 months since the election.
Commercial marine harvesting has been shut down in four Highland lochs after algal toxins were uncovered through routine monitoring.
The public can now have their say on the five-mile - and most northerly - stretch of road in the A9 dualling programme.
Children’s claymation character Morph has visited the Callanish Stones on the Isle of Lewis during a tour of the Outer Hebrides.
An 25-year-old autistic Inverness man denies posting graphic and extreme pornographic images of a woman on her social media account without her permission as part of a stalking campaign.
Seven students from Cantraybridge College in Inverness have experienced a taste of working life in Belgium.
Staff at a Nairn hotel were suspicious of a man who came into their premises wearing sunglasses at midnight.
Councillors involved in the Highland Council’s Environment, Development and Infrastructure Committee yesterday discussed the relevant measures required to maintain vital bus links in the Lochaber area.
Argyll’s biggest open-air live music event has launched a brand new marketing campaign to raise the profile of itself and Oban.
A bright, sunny day allowed RBS staff to leave the door open for customers arriving at the bank’s Bridge Street branch in Wick yesterday.
Aviemore town centre now has access to free Wi-Fi thanks to a project funded by the Inverness and Highland City Region Deal.
The debate over introducing a tourist tax on Skye last summer raged amid complaints about overflowing car parks, congested roads and litter and visitors going to the toilet in the open.
A Buckie man has launched what is believed to be the town’s first locally built and owned fishing boat in about 30 years.
Plans for a new multi-million pound bypass from Inshes to Smithton has been met with concern during a second day of public consultations.
Campaigners yesterday vowed to fight on despite Highland Councillors approving details of a controversial housing development near Culloden battlefield.
A new scheme to create a network of whale-watching spots up and down the west coast could create jobs and boost the economy.
Research by the Federation of Small Business (FSB) has revealed that 73% of Highland businesses oppose the introduction of a potential £10 million-a year tourist tax in the region.