We already have planes, trains and automobiles - and now, the north is about to get two more forms of transport.
Emergency services were called to a car fire on the A9 last night.
Lizards and slow worms could be trapped and moved elsewhere if plans to reopen a sand and gravel pit are approved.
A new record time for navigating Loch Ness by rowing boat was set on Saturday on a boat fronted by Team GB athletes.
The famous Caledonian Canal locks at Fort Augustus are to be drained for the second time this year for vital repairs.
Pictures show ‘unusually challenging’ conditions Loch Ness lifeboat crew faced after tent spotted in water
The Loch Ness lifeboat crew faced "unusually challenging conditions" after they were called to investigate a tent floating in the water.
Fears Highland tourist town businesses are being targeted by thieves because of reduced banking hours
Businesses in a popular Highland town are fearful they are being targeted by professional thieves in the knowledge that banking facilities in the town have been slashed to the bone.
A man who claims he was abused at a Catholic school in the Highlands has launched a six-figure civil action.
Police are searching for the individuals responsible for throwing a CCTV system into a Highland canal.
The driver of a car left hanging over an embankment near to Spean Bridge managed to escape the incident uninjured.
A world record that has stood for 26 years has been beaten - albeit narrowly - by a hardy band of 14 rowers on Loch Ness.
A Scottish adventurer is to lead an attempt at breaking the record of navigating the Nessie-infested waters of Loch Ness in the fastest time possible.
A busy tourist route will be partially shut for road works later this month - resulting in a 28-mile diversion.
Essential maintenance on the A82 Fort William to Inverness road, at the Fort Augustus Swing Bridge, is scheduled to take place on Tuesday for one night.
The A82 has now reopened after the Fort Augustus swing bridge suffered mechanical failure.
Back in the glory days, there was one name above all others which dominated the world of motor sport: Lancia.
A health centre in the Highlands has opened thanks to cash from the local community, Highland Council and NHS Highland.
A hillwalker, who had been reported missing in the Glendoe area yesterday afternoon, has this morning been traced "safe and well" by search teams.
Caledonian Canal bosses face a race against time to have the world-famous waterway reopened by Easter – sparking fears of the impact on tourism.
The cottage that belongs to Simon Greenway’s family has an unusual claim to fame for it directly overlooks a listed building and scheduled monument, which dates from 1854 and is still used today.
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.
An additional £5.35 million of capital funding has been awarded to allow replacement works to take place on one of Scotland's best-known waterways.
Twenty community groups are to benefit from the latest round of funding under the Making Places initiative.
Controversial work that will close part of the Great Glen Way has started.
The first phase of a £21 million project which will provide a single, improved water supply for Scottish Water customers in Fort Augustus and Glenmoriston is underway.
Highland councillors travelled to points in the Great Glen south of Fort Augustus yesterday to view for themselves the potential impact of the expansion of an electricity sub-station at Auchteraw.
It is the focal point of any community Christmas.
A motorcyclist from Skye who suffered multiple injuries in a road crash has thanked the medics who came to his aid.
Retiming a road closure from daytime to overnight is a battle won, claims the chairman of the influential development committee on Highland Council.
Rat Race Adventure Sport’s Coast to Coast endurance challenge took place over the weekend and saw 2,000 participants make their way from the Moray Firth in the east to Loch Leven in the west.
Fort Augustus Abbey School will be included in the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry's next round of public hearings.