An ambitious plan has been devised to create a short-stay haven for yachts and small craft at Fort William.
Mainland Highland's biggest single business project has kick-started a new industrial revolution promising 2,000 jobs, hundreds of new homes and massive economic spin-off.
Councillors have approved plans to convert a former whisky and crafts centre in Fort William into 12 affordable flats.
Shoplifters are costing north charity shops thousands of pounds a day in a spiralling theft epidemic.
A spending watchdog has warned that Britain's military bases have deteriorated so badly they could affect the operational readiness of the country's armed forces.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has claimed that Fort George could be "run down" before its closure date in 2032.
The loss of the 250-year-old Fort George barracks was condemned as a shattering blow to a fragile local economy last night.
A ferocious war of words over the future of two military bases in the north has escalated with a Scottish Government minister branding the UK Government "disrespectful."
The operators of Fort William's aluminium smelter confirmed last night that they are in negotiations to sell the facility to a "preferred bidder."
Scottish Secretary David Mundell has given a clear indication that Kinloss Barracks has a future - but that Fort George may not.
The Press and Journal's campaign to save 250-year-old Fort George from possible closure has reached another significant milestone with 3,000-plus people now registering their support.
The healthy economy of a Highland village could be destroyed if defence chiefs axe Fort George as part of cost-cutting, according to local traders.
The son of a Fort George-trained serviceman killed in WWII and a widow of a Normandy Landings veteran are among more than 1,000 people who have joined our campaign to save the Highland base from shutdown.
A new army of Press and Journal readers is adding its voice to the growing campaign to save the Fort George garrison.
A newly-elected Conservative MSP and retired Army major has joined the battle to save the recently-revamped Highlanders Museum.
Dates have been announced for next year's UCI Fort William Mountain Bike World Cup, just days after celebrating a record breaking 2016 event.
A Roman wall, two Roman roads, a drain and a well have been unearthed at Lancaster Castle and prove the theory that the area once housed Lancaster's Late Roman Shore Fort.
A new £10million retail park has been approved for Fort William - bringing a Marks and Spencer food store to the town for the first time.
A developer is a step closer to transforming a redundant industrial site at Fort William into a thriving retail park.
Scotland's oldest woman has died at the age of 109 at a Highland care home.
Highland Council could be about to prove that "every little helps" the retail giant Tesco overcome its financial woes, by finalising a £2million offer for a site the multinational deserted in Fort William.
A Highland community's ambition of building a new £1.5million indoor sports centre appears unlikely to get off the starting blocks.
The Highlanders' Museum at Fort George has won another stripe, retaining full accreditation by the national governing body, Museums Galleries Scotland.
Vandals have left a trail of damage and stolen money from a church in a series of mindless incidents across Lochaber.
A hilltop fort overlooking Inverness is to have its commanding all round views restored as part of improvements to the historic visitor attraction.
Hundreds of "time travellers" are preparing to hone in on a Highland fort to re-enact historical milestones at a weekend celebration of 2,000 years of history.
Police are hunting a group of men who pulled up in a car and attacked two pedestrians by the side of a Highland road on Saturday.