Police have named the climber who died after falling on Ben Nevis on Sunday.
Transport Scotland have been told to stop “tinkering” with north roads, and consider urgent changes to prevent further gridlock on the A82.
A charity shop manager from the north is taking on one of the UK’s biggest sporting challenges in memory of her cousin.
Lochaber councillors’ pleas for fairness over free car parking charges for Fort William residents in the run up to Christmas found favour with councillors at yesterday’s full council meeting in Inverness.
Lochaber councillors will unite at a Highland Council meeting today to demand free parking for six weeks for Fort William car parks.
A “health check” on the vibrancy of Highland towns and Inverness city centre has discovered stark contrasts in fortunes across the region.
A newly-built community-owned school is struggling to find a head teacher, and Her Majesty’s Inspectors of Schools has now stepped in to oversee the transition.
Scotrail has issued an appeal for businesses to open up new shops and cafes at its train stations.
Two major housing developments in Fort William will provide 438 new homes to the town over the next few years, if planning permission is granted for both schemes.
Greenpeace activists have been out encouraging Christmas shoppers to force supermarkets to make plastic waste a priority as part of a campaign to end ocean pollution
Fears have been voiced that a “crumbling road” could disintegrate if Scotland’s largest pumped storage hydro scheme is given the go ahead.
Police have named the woman who died while going to find help for her daughter after an incident on the mountainside.
250 of the world's best cyclists are due to return to the Highlands for the annual Fort William leg of the Mercedes-Benz UCI Mountain Bike World Cup, organisers have announced.
Police have confirmed the identity of a 52-year-old woman who died in Glen Coe on Monday.
A 52-year-old woman has died after a massive rescue operation on a Highland mountain yesterday.
Fort William residents are being invited to have their say on a new housing development on the site of a former primary school.
A row over a Christmas parking charge freeze has erupted into the resignation of an “excellent” Highland Councillor from one of the authority’s main committees.
A water rescue unit will be based on the west coast for use throughout the north Highlands.
Police in Fort William are appealing for information in connection with the theft of a Poppy Scotland collecting tin from the Co-op supermarket in Kilmallie Road in Caol.
Coastguard teams are assisting in a medical transfer from Fort William to Glasgow this evening.
Mental health, alcohol and a much-missed parliamentarian will be the subject of a lecture given in memory of a Highland MP tonight.
A football fanatic is looking for suggestions for his second book - on non-league football fields throughout the north.
Enterprise chiefs have unveiled their vision for an “international, multi-use” campus in Fort William, in the wake of the closure of a diving centre in the town.
The Highland landscape is to feature in a brand new Pokemon film which is due to be released in summer next year.
Plans for an alloy wheel manufacturing facility at Fort William are “still progressing”, the operators have confirmed.
A day of Remembrance services across the Highlands and Islands yesterday served as a powerful reminder of war and of those who had fallen.
Caol man jailed after a string of offences including threatening hospital staff and breaking into an ATM with a hammer
A Fort William man who appeared at the town’s sheriff court on six separate charges will spend the next 18 months in jail.
Young people and children have been told to keep out of an unused school due to the dangers and risk of asbestos poisoning.
The chairman of an influential council committee has given a scathing review of ambitious plans for a north town, saying he doesn’t know if anything will happen in his lifetime.
A north man had his gun licence revoked and ordered to pay a £1,000 fine after leaving his guns outside a cabinet.
Fire starter – who lied about torching his own flat – falsely reported an active arms deal in a Highland town
A Kinlochleven man torched his own flat and then posted social media messages criticising police for their efforts to find the culprit.
Volunteers from a Highland foodbank, who work with more than 1,100 people, are calling on residents to give generously to its winter appeal.