A north-based soldier who tried to take his own life has launched a new fitness venture to help people with their mental health.
Security was even tighter than usual at Fort George today as the gates had to be closed amidst high winds that continued to cause disruption to roads, ferry services and schools in the north.
The leader of Highland Council has demanded urgent talks with military chiefs amid uncertainty over the future of the historic Fort George barracks.
Reflections on rifles, romance, shinty and war when Highlanders Museum hosts evening commemorating Patersons of Beauly
Rifles, romance, shinty and tales of war will be among the topics this evening when the Highlanders Museum hosts an evening devoted to the Paterson clan of Beauly.
The historic Fort George military barracks in the Highlands could still be saved from the axe, it can be revealed.
Historic Environment Scotland is offering free entry to the region's best loved sites this month.
A huge convoy of military vehicles was loaded on a train yesterday as soldiers headed south to take part in a massive training exercise.
Thousands of visitors were transported back in time as Fort George celebrated its 250th anniversary by showcasing its history at the weekend.
An event to mark the 250th anniversary of Fort George will take place this weekend at the historic site.
Military horse riders will retrace a historic 1930s trek on a four-day endurance ride ending at Kinloss.
A dramatic drop in the number of military personnel based in the Highlands has sparked fears that defence chiefs have begun an "early run down" of Fort George.
Evacuated farms, live fire and sinking Donald Ducks: Moray’s secret role in the success of the D-Day landings
As our series continues, Mark Mackay discovers how the seeds of a bloody D-Day victory were sown on the beaches of the north amidst much secrecy
A Fort George chef who stole a charity bucket and its contents was ordered to make a £200 donation to the organisation he stole from.
Road closures were put in place today on the approach road to Fort George after a member of the public stumbled upon what is believed to be unexploded ordnance.
Bravery and valour of Highland soldiers celebrated as 16 Victoria Crosses put on display at Fort George
A north museum has unveiled a special exhibition of 16 original Victoria Crosses awarded to Highlanders, Seaforths and Camerons down the generations.
Defence chiefs are poised to hand control of Fort George to Historic Environment Scotland (HES) after the Army is withdrawn from the barracks.
Bosses at Historic Environment Scotland (HES) have discussed shock plans to move the quango’s national headquarters from Edinburgh to the Highlands.
A Tory MSP privately raised fears that military chiefs would break their promise to the Highlands by shutting down the historic Fort George barracks several years early.
Tributes have been paid to a soldier who died suddenly at Fort George barracks at Ardersier.
A soldier has died suddenly at Fort George barracks at Ardersier, near Inverness.
A Highland businessman has created a 10,000 square foot peace sign directly opposite a military base in a protest against escalating global conflict.
The Duke of Rothesay visited Fort George yesterday to present medals to members of 3 Scots who have recently returned from a six-month tour of Iraq.
Fort George is to become the latest venue to host Warren Elmore’s touring Lego exhibition depicting the history of the world, constructed from the miniature play bricks.
A Black Watch corporal downloaded indecent images of children on to his phone.
Fort George played host to the very people the military stronghold was built to keep out over the weekend - Jacobites.
Military personnel of the 3rd Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland have returned home to their base in Inverness following a sixth-month stint in Iraq.
More than 8,000 military personnel will have their salaries protected from income tax increases in Scotland.
Five north and north-east businesses are in the running for a regional heat of the 2018-19 Rural Business Awards.
A north schoolgirl has seen her logo design become a reality - with the help of the Black Watch’s master tailor.
A porpoise was left savaged on the shores of the Moray Firth following an attack by Chanonry Point’s famous bottlenose dolphins.
Defence chiefs have been warned that plans to leave the Highlands without a single operational military base are “astoundingly short-sighted”.
Heritage hotspots like Urquhart Castle and Fort George are enjoying a surge in visitor numbers.