Highland councillors yesterday raised objections to a hydro-scheme on Loch Ness for a second time.
The famous Caledonian Canal locks at Fort Augustus are to be drained for the second time this year for vital repairs.
Two kayakers were pulled from the water after the emergency services were called to a Highland loch.
People in Inverness have been given the chance to voyage through time aboard the last seafaring Clyde puffer.
The £2.5million project to turn a dilapidated hall into a visitor gateway to Loch Ness and the Caledonian Canal has proven to be a massive hit, attracting double the expected visitors in its first month.
£2.5million refurbishment of victorian hall on banks of Caledonian Canal complete as primary pupils deliver seal of approval
A £2.5 million project to turn a dilapidated hall into a visitor gateway to Loch Ness and the Caledonian Canal is now complete - and has been given the seal of approval by a group of local school children.
WATCH: Outrage as Caledonian Canal swing bridge opened to water traffic despite ambulance on blue run approaching
A row has erupted over traffic priorities with a city swing bridge amid claims an ambulance was delayed.
Police in Inverness are appealing for information after a man was assaulted on the tow path next to the Caledonian Canal.
Delayed reopening of Caledonian Canal locks to take place this week following £5.3million investment
Works worth in the region of £5.3million on prominent locks along the Caledonian Canal are nearing completion, with engineers planning to reopen the route to boat traffic this Wednesday.
A group of men are poised to embark on a gruelling challenge to raise money for Alzheimer's charities.
Residents of a Highland community have invested more than £100,000 in a matter of days to help to keep a much-loved floating hotel afloat.
Caledonian Canal bosses face a race against time to have the world-famous waterway reopened by Easter – sparking fears of the impact on tourism.
It was a once in a lifetime opportunity for those able to stand on the canal basin at Fort Augustus - as Scottish Canals prepare for new lock gates to be installed.
Scottish Canals is offering the public the chance to learn about the engineering, history and wildlife of the historic Caledonian Canal and a chance to explore the depths of its colossal lock chambers.
Plans for a new swing bridge at Tomnahurich have been revealed to help reduce congestion in the city.
A body was found yesterday during a search for an elderly man missing from his home.
Police are currently searching an area around Clachnaharry Locks, to the north of Inverness, for a missing 84-year-old man.
Harsh weather conditions sweeping across the city have left the Caledonian Canal’s new floating hotel stranded for a week– stalling its first voyage on the open sea.
Final preparations are being made to open a floating hotel on the Caledonian Canal.
The design of a key building on the Caledonian Canal at Inverness has been unveiled in plans lodged with Highland Council.
A worrying surge in American mink is threatening native wildlife along the Caledonian Canal and River Ness.
A community at the heart of the Great Glen is to showcase the historic origins of the Caledonian Canal with a chance to catch some outdoor pop-up theatre.
Crucial work will take place over the next three months to safeguard Loch Dochfour reservoir near Inverness.
Highland Council has appointed transport consultants to prepare design options to improve the Riverside Way in Inverness.
Frustrated motorists are demanding a new warning system to let them know when the city’s swing bridges will be opened.
Five Royal Navy Fast Inshore Patrol Vessels are heading north for a tour of Scotland during the Easter holidays.
A boat brought traffic to a standstill on the north’s busiest road yesterday after careering off its trailer and crashing through the central reservation.
The majesty of the Caledonian Canal is featured in an unusual exhibition starting this week.
Events could be staged in the north to celebrate the upcoming 200th anniversaries of two key dates in the region's history.
Plans have been revealed for a "world class" new visitor centre for the Caledonian Canal.
Tourists in the Highlands can now stay in a retired trawler from the Cod Wars.
A new project will aim to bring together thousands of Highland residents living near the Caledonian Canal.