A Highland dog groomer has helped care for rescued animals during a recent trip to Southeast Asia.
Dornoch man to flip tractor tyre up Ben Bhraggie to raise funds for Cystic Fibrosis and local football club
A Sutherland man is to scale a 1,300ft hill "flipping" a tractor tyre all the way to the top - and all in the name of charity.
Gales of up to 100mph battered the north yesterday and caused major disruption to ferries.
Plans have been revealed to build more than a dozen flats near Dornoch fire station.
A 4x4 vehicle towing a trailer full of sheep overturned on Dornoch Bridge earlier today with sheep spilling onto the carriageway.
Plans for 22 new houses in Dornoch have been lodged as part of Highland Council's community action plan.
Plans for a contemporary residential development in Sutherland have been lodged as part of the regeneration of a Highland town.
Growing up in Dornoch many years ago, going out for dinner was a real treat.
As a horse-mad teenager who has achieved a shot as his dream to be a jockey, it seemed the obvious way to say thank you to his friends back home.
An independent lifeboat station in the north is looking to relocate nearer the beach and to expand to offer more facilities.
A Caithness Highland councillor is appalled that no new upgrades in the trunk road network north of Dornoch are being scheduled over the next 10 years.
Restoration of native oyster beds is ‘part of the answer’ to reversing depopulation trend as fragile communities could experience economic boom
Fragile communities in the north and west Highlands and Islands could benefit from a socio-economic boom if native oyster beds are restored; with one Highlands and Islands MSP believing it could be “part of the answer” to reversing the depopulation trend.
A man has died after a boat capsized just outside a Highland harbour.
Since having children, I have become a bit of a holiday park aficionado.
When the sun shines and the clouds part, nowhere on Earth comes close to matching the natural beauty of the Scottish Highlands.
People in and around Dornoch are to be given their say on a proposal by Highland Council to grant a long lease to the operators of the town’s famous golf club.
A woman killed in a horror smash on the A9 was named as 20-year-old Megan Whitehead from Helmsdale in Sutherland.
Police have named a 20-year-old woman who died after a collision on the A9.
A 20-year-old was killed in a horror crash on the A9 in the Highlands yesterday.
The A9 was closed at rush hour this morning following a three-car crash at Dornoch in the Highlands.
Highland Council is inviting communities to offer their thoughts and opinions on a draft strategy to improve five town and village centres in Caithness and east Sutherland.
Members of the public are to be asked their thoughts on how Highland town centres can be improved.
Emergency services flocked to Dornoch in their droves after an explosion-like sound was reported on the town's Castle Street.
Technology is changing rapidly.
A Highland composer and artist has spent hours inside a giant, dark wartime tunnels making a film capturing what is believed to be the longest echo in the world.
There’s a picture of Andrew Mackenzie on the table next to his bed in an Edinburgh care home.
A Scottish Natural Heritage expert has claimed a proposed golf course in Sutherland would "benefit from more serious consideration" regarding dune heath habitat.
A public inquiry into the controversial Coul Links golf development in East Sutherland gets underway today.
A three vehicle crash has taken place on the A9 at Dornoch. Police received the call at 3.26pm. A spokesman said a van and two cars were involved. Recovery of the vehicles has been arranged. An ambulance has been called but there no not appear to be any serious injuries.
An alcoholic who became violent when police came to arrest her at a relative’s home in Dingwall will have to wear a monitoring tag for the next four months.
Peterhead Port has been named as the ideal UK-wide hub to facilitate a carbon capture and storage (CCS) boom in the north of Scotland, a new study has revealed.
Former police admin assistant repays half of the £70,000 she defrauded to fund her gambling addiction
A gambling addict who worked as a police admin assistant has repaid half of the £70,000 in VAT she defrauded from HMRC.