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A 70-year-old man has died after falling from a peak in the Highlands.
Despite the weekend being earmarked for Oban lifeboat’s annual open day, the crew were not allowed any respite after being called out three times over the course of the weekend.
Officers are appealing for information to help trace Kristiana Zulevica, 15, who has been reported missing from the Fort William area.
A team of 12 revellers from the Highlands have saddled up for their fundraising journey to one of the UK’s largest music festivals.
School students across the Western Isles have been commended for their “outstanding contributions” in helping to mark the centenary of the Iolaire.
A woman reported missing from her Highland home has been found after an appeal was issued.
Lochinver lifeboat was earlier today tasked to assist a fishing vessel suffering from “fuel problems”. The crew were sent to the vessel at 1.30am this morning and took the stricken Kingfisher fishing boat under tow, setting sail towards Kinlochbervie. Both the lifeboat and stricken vessel arrived in port around 8.10am today.
An north entrepreneur, who opened a high-end men’s clothing business in Inverness less than a year ago, has applied to change the business to a cafe.
A live Second World War torpedo, found at Scapa Flow, was blown up yesterday by a Royal Navy explosives disposal team.
Jacobite fighters clashed with the red-coated forces of King George in the Highlands once more at the weekend.
A Highland councillor, who turned to gardening as therapy after suffering a stroke ten years ago, unveiled his garden to the public as part of Cromarty Gardens open day at the weekend.
Organiser of 37th Highland Cross declares event a huge success as competitors raise £300,000 for charity
This year’s Highland Cross saw 735 competitors race on foot and cycle from Kintail to Beauly with only five failing to finish.
This year’s Inverness provincial mod closed on Saturday night with organisers excited about the excellent standard of Gaelic being spoken by young participants.
Two lifesaving volunteers from Inverness have returned from a vital training course in England which was geared towards helping them save the lives of people stranded at sea.
Highland councillors could introduce a mental health and wellbeing service to better support those working with the local authority.
A walker has died after falling from a peak in the Highlands.
Appeal launched to raise final £300,000 for the refurbishment of Fairburn Tower as urgent repairs required
An appeal to raise the final sum of a £1.8m refurbishment project on a historic Highland tower is being urgently broadcast amid urgent repair works.
Small business owners will gather in Inverness today to discuss ways they can “harness the spending power” of NC500 road trip tourists.
An angry and distraught HIV sufferer is to sue NHS Highland after an email blunder exposed his details.
Indian soldiers have located the bodies of seven of the eight members of a team of international climbers, including a group of Britons, who were killed on a dangerous Himalayan mountain.
Vessels are being told to keep out of the the area between Clava Island and Hoy in Scapa Flow after a suspected unexploded wartime torpedo was discovered on the seabed during an underwater survey.
Mavis Paterson is 81, but has just become the oldest woman to cycle the length of Britain after pledging to complete the gruelling challenge in memory of her three children.
Health chiefs have apologised for failings in the care and treatment of a mum who died of cancer after her illness went undiagnosed twice.
A 70-year-old male walker has died after falling from a peak in the Highlands.
An all-night police search for a missing person in the Fort William area has had a positive ending after they were traced safe and well.
A cyclist has been taken to hospital by air ambulance after being knocked down by a camper van on the A9.
A group set up to combat loneliness amongst older people have proven that is not all sedate sandwiches and cups of tea after taking to the high seas on a canal boat.
Culloden Battlefield’s visitor amenities are creaking under the strain of ever-increasing visitor numbers and will require an overhaul to make them fit for purpose for the next ten years, says owner National Trust for Scotland (NTS).
A Scottish adventurer is to lead an attempt at breaking the record of navigating the Nessie-infested waters of Loch Ness in the fastest time possible.
Inspirational youngsters from across the Highlands are to be celebrated once again as entries for the second Young Highlander Awards are now open.
Oban lifeboat has been launched this evening to assist with the transfer of a casualty from Glensanda Quarry.
NHS Highland bosses have unveiled a 32-page action plan to combat bullying in response to a damning report probing a culture of intimidation and harassment within the organisation.