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The remotest bunkhouse on mainland Britain has opened - more than 300 feet above the sea and at a bombing range.
Snowsports enthusiasts have snapped up early-bird passes for the 2018/19 season at the CairnGorm Mountain in record time.
A community archaeology team hopes that it has uncovered a previously unknown prehistoric settlement near Thurso.
Two Spanish tourists were struck by falling debris in Inverness city centre as Storm Hector swept across the north with a bang yesterday.
A Highland MSP will find out by next week if the Scottish Government will back his call for sprinklers to be installed in all new-build social housing.
An exiled Russian scientist has won a court battle to remain in Scotland after he claimed he would be murdered if he is returned to his homeland.
Nine of Scotland’s top 15 destinations on the popular online hospitality service ‘Airbnb’ are in the Highlands and the north-east, bringing millions of pounds to local economies.
Cash-strapped Highland Council has bowed to public pressure and delayed plans to axe 29 rural toilets - aimed to make annual savings £338,000 a year.
The Scottish Open felt the full impact of Storm Hector as winds ripped through the VIP tent at Gullane Golf Club. The footage shows the marquee being lifted into the air and flipped over. Coming into land the structure crashes into the green and dismantles into pieces.
The pilot killed in a helicopter crash in the Western Isles has been named as 59-year-old Peter Clunas from Aberdeenshire.
Two women have been struck by falling debris blown from a building in the centre of Inverness.
Lochaber police are currently investigating the death of a man found outdoors in Fort William.
Travellers and residents across the north are being warned of potential major disruption today as Storm Hector sweeps in from the Atlantic.
A community in Sutherland have successfully secured 3,000 acres of crofting estate after receiving a £273,025 grant from the Scottish Government.
Ambitious plans for one of Nairn’s most popular districts will go to public consultation after being considered by local councillors yesterday.
Passengers of the Caledonian Sleeper will be able to explore the wonders of the west coast as a direct bus connection is reintroduced.
Plans are under way to create 100 jobs in the Highlands and islands.
The UK Government refused calls to give extra cash to Aberdeen and Inverness during behind-the-scenes talks that led to City Region Deals, it has been claimed.
Police in Caithness are appealing to the public for information after a shop in Wick was broken into early yesterday morning.
A woman has told an employment tribunal how she contacted a Swiss suicide clinic following an alleged campaign of abuse from her male colleagues at a government agency.
A blind man walking 1,000 miles to raise awareness of raising funding into eye research will reach Inverness today on his journey to John O’Groats.
Oban’s new pontoon development for visiting yachts and cruise ships has become such a success that it is being considered for expansion.
New figures have revealed that the number of casualties on roads across Scotland has dropped to its lowest ever level.
A disabled climber faces losing his lower right leg after it became trapped under his wheelchair while climbing Ben Nevis.
A 59-year-old pilot has died after the helicopter he was flying in crashed into a Western Isles loch.
Two female casualties have been taken to hospital after a serious road accident near North Ballachulish.
A motorcyclist has died following a one-vehicle collision on the A836 outside Caithness.
These adorable pictures show the first polar bear born in the UK in 25 years struggling to get a traffic cone off of its head.
The Scottish Government has overturned a decision by councillors to refuse plans for a new Chinese takeaway in the centre of Inverness.
Highland League club Nairn County have been left devastated by the passing of former assistant manager Ally Macleod at the age of 37.
A young woman from Skye living with cystic fibrosis is backing a campaign by MSP Maurice Corry to make medicine available on the NHS to prevent her from the prospect of uprooting her life to Inverness.
Education inspectors have praised Portree High School and the work of pupil support assistants in aiding young people who require additional help with learning meet their needs.