Over 1,000 huskies and 250 mushers are descending into the Cairngorm forests for the UK’s biggest sled dog rally.
The biggest sled dog rally in the UK will take place this weekend - after sponsors agreed to continue to support the popular event in the Highlands.
Britannia Hotels has expanded its Scottish footprint to five sites, including three in the north and north-east, after buying one of the Highlands’ best-known hotels.
Cash with a value of more than £2,000 has been stolen from a shop in Boat of Garten.
A person has died after being hit by a train near Aviemore today.
Hundreds gathered to remember tragic Aviemore teen Jade McGrath at Carrbridge Parish Church yesterday.
Hundreds of Santas took to the streets of Aviemore on Saturday to run 5k in aid of charity.
The grief-stricken mother of tragic teen Jade McGrath has issued an appeal to parents and children to speak up about bullying.
Police in Aviemore have issued a warning about vandalism following a series of incidents in the village in recent weeks.
Scotrail has issued an appeal for businesses to open up new shops and cafes at its train stations.
A Highland teacher who has grown her dance school from a handful of children to 161 in four years will find out today whether her plans for a studio in an Aviemore industrial estate can go ahead.
Police are calling for residents in Inverness to check sheds and outbuildings to help find vulnerable teenager Jade McGrath who was last seen in the Leachkin area of the city.
Police are continuing their search for missing teenager Jade McGrath who has disappeared from the Inverness area.
Two persons were cut free from a vehicle after a three-vehicle road traffic collision occurred on the A9 earlier today.
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 fundraising volunteer has been honoured for her efforts to raise much-needed cash for a cancer charity.
A controversial housing development in Aviemore has been given the final go-ahead by the Cairngorm National Park Authority (CPNA), to furious reaction from local groups.
A Coastguard search and rescue helicopter yesterday assisted in an incident south of Aviemore where two kayakers found themselves in difficulty.
A Coastguard search and rescue helicopter was earlier today assisting in an incident south of Aviemore, where a kayaker is believed to have found themselves in difficulty.
Proposals for an artificial ski slope at CairnGorm were resoundingly thrown out by the Cairngorm National Park Authority planning committee yesterday, against planners’ recommendations.
CairnGorm’s fall from favour as centre’s market share plunges and skier numbers drop between 2014 and 2018
In the ten seasons from 2004 to 2013 CairnGorm’s skier numbers averaged 78,010 and the centre’s market share grew from 35.6% to 40.6%.
Aviemore’s seasonal businesses are under serious threat from the prolonged closure of the Cairngorm funicular railway, according to a local business group.
Aviemore residents told yesterday how they now face a 60 mile trip to take their children to a swimming pool after public access to facilities was scrapped earlier this year.
Recent sheep-worrying incidents in the Highlands have sparked angry reactions from campaigners trying to get owners to keep their dogs on leads in the countryside.
Police are appealing for information following a break-in at a hotel near Aviemore.
Engineers have been called in to the Cairngorm funicular railway as restrictions are placed on the popular attraction’s running times.
Deputy First Minister John Swinney said young Scots needed to be involved in national policy-making “absolutely routine”.
Since its poignant inception in 2015, Mikeysline has been helping people with thoughts of suicide.
A series of draft compulsory purchase order notices have been issued along a 15-mile stretch of the A9 at Aviemore.
Aviemore is a holiday destination that truly has something for everyone, whether that be nightlife, exploring the great outdoors or treating yourself to a bit of pampering. But what about eating out? Sure, there are plenty of little eateries dotted throughout the main thoroughfare, but where should the discerning YL restaurant reviewer head to carry out an undercover critique?
Aviemore families face a 30-mile round trip for affordable swimming facilities after it was officially announced yesterday that Macdonald Aviemore Hotel and Resort would cease to allow access to High Life Highland users.
Organisers hailed this year’s Thunder in the Glens rally as a resounding success with thousands of bikers descending on Aviemore over the weekend for the annual gathering.