A medieval burials project has been unveiled in the Highlands – and will include analysis of five men hailing back to the 15th century. Read More
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Highland Council officials have vowed to welcome more Syrian refugee families to the north as preparations continue to re-home six families in Inverness in the coming months.
Brexit anxiety facing families from the EU, who have made their home in the north, has been laid bare in an email to a Highland MP.
A tough challenge to raise cash for a brain tumour charity saw a group of hikers raise more than £11,000.
Young people in communities along the west coast are to benefit from a new initiative aimed at increasing their life skills.
A 72-year-old plunged 20 feet into “perilous” harbour waters yesterday and was airlifted to hospital with back injuries after a dramatic life-saving rescue.
Two north groups have received to further library projects.
A medieval burials project has been unveiled in the Highlands – and will include analysis of five men hailing back to the 15th century.
Residents are shocked after spotting an apparently abandoned caravan in one of the north's most scenic areas.
It played a role in creating new crofting townships - and now a celebration of the 1919 Land Settlement (Scotland) Act will take place at a centenary event at Kinloch on the Isle of Lewis.
Roadworks get under way east of Dalmally on the A85 Oban to Perth road on Monday.
Police working to trace missing person Jacqueline Ullmer are appealing for information which could assist establishing her movements before she was reported missing.
A popular island music festival has been shortlisted for a major tourism award.
Hundreds of primary six pupils from across Moray have descended on RAF Lossiemouth to see how their hard work in the classroom translates into job skills.
Officers working to trace missing person Jacqueline Ullmer are appealing for information which could assist establishing her movements before she was reported missing.
They are the mysterious new breed of everyday celebrities who are ranked by the number of online followers they have.
A new multi-million-pound contact for ferry services between Aberdeen and the northern isles has been awarded- with promises of cheaper fares and improved cabins.
A Loganair flight departing from Stornoway delayed its take-off to let a baby hedgehog walk safely across the airport’s tarmac.
Epilepsy Scotland will hold a number of information events on Lewis next month.
A man was rescued from Portgordon Harbour in Moray this morning.
Two personnel on the same North Sea rig suffered medical emergencies on late Thursday night and were airlifted to hospital yesterday morning.
Residents have been left shocked after gates to a Commonwealth War Grave cemetery in Caithness were badly damaged.
An Aviemore youngster now has a hat-trick of titles to his name after he scooped a new award from UK National Parks.
A “single process for restitution and healing” for victims of bullying and harassment within NHS Highland are to be dealt with on a “case by case basis” – but no financial settlements have yet been agreed.
Less than half of NHS Highland workers were vaccinated against the potentially deadly winter flu virus last year – “posing some degree of risk to patients and colleagues”, health bosses have warned.
Internal auditors have revealed details of multiple housing frauds perpetrated against Highland Council.
A chef who fled to Portugal days before he was due to be sentenced for sexually assaulting a schoolgirl was jailed for 18 months yesterday.
Highland residents have turned out to have their say as plans for a controversial multi-million pound hotel in Inverness went on display.
Former workers at a Ross-shire fish feed plant are being offered a new opportunity after the business was taken over.
A Highland village has mobilised to stop the local authority selling off its last remaining council house.
A Dornoch hotel is poised to receive a £1m investment this winter to build an extension for more bedrooms.
A world-famous castle on Skye has been recognised for its restoration programme.
With less than four weeks to go until the World Porridge Making Championships, organisers have announced that this year’s event will host the largest ever international line-up.