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 former Army base in Londonderry is to be considered for sale.
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.
Kinloss Barracks and other Scottish military bases are safe from the axe in the next round of Ministry of Defence cutbacks, it has been revealed.
They have the responsibility of being role models for children and young people when they take to the pitch.
He was the bank clerk who went to war and became an unassuming hero.
Historic Environment Scotland has designated a total of six properties across the Highlands, Islands and the north east as priority sites for investment.
More than 1,100 military families in the north have been affected by the Carillion collapse.
More than a third of the most at-risk historic sites cared for by a leading public body are in the Highlands, according to a new report on climate change damage.
A former RAF servicewoman is preparing to roll out the welcome mat for hundreds of personnel who are destined for Moray.
A north MP has urged the new secretary of state for defence to look again at the decision to axe Fort George.
Organisers have expressed optimism about the long-term future of the Highlands’ leading military event after it played to packed houses at the weekend.
“Brutal cuts” to Scottish military bases, including Fort George, should be reconsidered, according to Veterans Minister Keith Brown.
Thousands of people took a step back in time over the weekend at the first ‘Amazing Age’ extravaganza.
Hundreds of extra troops are poised to move into Moray's Army base.
Moray and Highland councils have joined forces to create a new means of helping military families find their feet in the area.
The battle to save the 250-year-old Fort George garrison from the axe has been re-ignited at Holyrood.
The battle to save the historic Fort George barracks from the axe is on the brink of being re-ignited.
Organisers of the Highland Military Tattoo have received a major grant to help reach an international audience.
A north MP has predicted that the UK Government will be forced into a U-turn on its controversial decision to shut down Fort George.
She previously made headlines for "rubbish art" but it did her reputation no harm.
A young Army officer appeared in court yesterday accused of threatening to shoot a police officer and carrying out a homophobic attack in a city centre pub.
Keith Brown has urged the UK Government to commit to keeping military bases in Scotland amid swingeing cuts to the defence estate.
Bosses at the Highland Military Tattoo were increasingly "confident" over the future of the event last night after holding fresh talks and unveiling new recruits.