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Alness High Street was crowned the best high street in Scotland yesterday.
A key Highland hydro plant is to be upgraded to produce maximum capacity thanks to Scottish Government ruling - firing the starting gun on benefits to the local economy.
Hillwalkers have relived their terrifying ordeals on Scotland’s mountains - including a climbing date that was so scary a woman briefly considered jumping off a peak instead of trying to climb down it.
It is already the biggest schools piping cometition in the world - and this year’s is set to be even bigger, according to organisers.
Coastguard teams are assisting in a medical transfer from Fort William to Glasgow this evening.
Argyll and Bute is to be made a priority in a Strategic Transport Projects Review, which will set out Transport Scotland’s investment priorities for the future.
A firefighter from Argyll who donated his stem cells to a leukaemia patient has been named as a finalist at this year’s Anthony Nolan Supporter Awards (ANSAs).
The billionaire ruler of Dubai is now facing opposition to his plans for a massive development at his Highland retreat which has been likened to a “Travel Inn”.
Young rugby players in the Western Isles are now prepared for all weathers following a £3,000 donation from a community wind farm charity.
A three-year project is under way to take stock of the rich culture of Badenoch & Strathspey and put it at the centre of the area’s future tourism and economic development.
A man flooded his own flat to make it uninhabitable because he wanted a move to a better property.
Mental health, alcohol and a much-missed parliamentarian will be the subject of a lecture given in memory of a Highland MP tonight.
A new app is being launched across the north to help prevent suicide.
An Inverness suffragette who led the way in the women’s rights movement is being recognised by UK parliament as they mark the 100th anniversary of the first women getting the vote.
Police Scotland is developing a new scheme to help recruit more special constables within rural communities across the north.
A new arrangement that will see an overhaul of church congregations in Shetland and Aberdeen is to be presented to the Church of Scotland’s General Assembly following extensive meetings to thrash out the finer details of the arrangement.
An accountancy graduate who became infatuated with a co-worker continuously sent her unwanted letters and parcels.
A Scottish Government minister has insisted that officials and agencies are working “flat-out” to resolve issues at CairnGorm Mountain.
A football fanatic is looking for suggestions for his second book - on non-league football fields throughout the north.
He survived the brutal Arctic convoys, was Firemaster of the Highlands and Islands Fire Brigade for nine years and introduced Highland games to Moscow.
Enterprise chiefs have unveiled their vision for an “international, multi-use” campus in Fort William, in the wake of the closure of a diving centre in the town.
A mother of a two-year-old child has spoken of her shock to find rat traps dotted around the outside of her flat - with no warning from the landlord.
Police are on site of a two-vehicle crash outside Oban.
The Highland landscape is to feature in a brand new Pokemon film which is due to be released in summer next year.
A heartfelt unfinished letter penned by young cystic fibrosis sufferer in the weeks prior to her death has led to her nurse being recognised with a national award.
About 900 tonnes of debris that could have caused another landslide on the A83 at the Rest and Be Thankful has been halted thanks to mitigation measures put in place by the roads maintenance company.
Isles MP Angus MacNeil has laid an Early Day Motion (EDM) before parliament on the centenary of the Iolaire tragedy.
Two Highland Council employees have been honoured for their outstanding work at Highland Council’s Quality Awards event in the Inverness Townhouse.
Motorists travelling on the A9 between Dalraddy and Slochd can expect disruption from next week as work on the largest individual section of the A9 dualling project is set to get underway.
A Black Isle nurse who has battled to overcome family grief and personal illness for almost two years has embarked on the project of her dreams.
Theresa May is today braced for a showdown with senior ministers over her Brexit divorce deal after negotiators secured a major breakthrough last night.
The number of patients in Caithness waiting for psychology appointments currently stands at a “scandalous” 250 – with many having to make a round-trip of more than 200 miles.