A mountaintop forest is to be created near Loch Ness to reverse the loss of high-altitude woodlands across Scotland.
A well-known Highland hotel, bought by an Indian entrepreneur, has reopened after an extensive refurbishment.
A Forres-based company is celebrating after receiving planning in principle from Highland Council for educational and residential facilities in its Glenmoriston forest.
Conservationists are to plant 10,00 trees to create a "waist-high" forest in the Highlands that will attract golden eagles, mountain hares and other wildlife.
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.
One is a TV star and author who enjoys a good day’s fishing - the other is a senior Scottish politician with responsibility for the rural economy.
Conservation experts in the Highlands are to use mushrooms to help restore 20,000 trees to their natural beauty.
It has been quarter of a century, but the money spider is back.
If an award of £30,000 was offered in return for information relating to the capture of someone on the run, people would not only sit up and take notice but may be tempted to spill the beans.
A woman climber was airlifted to hospital today after falling 100 feet on a mountain in the North West Highlands.
An air ambulance has been called following a serious road accident in the Highlands.
Councillors have deferred a decision on a controversial windfarm extension after deciding they needed to visit the site.
Residents are being invited to view scaled-down plans for a Highland windfarm.
A 71-year-old man has fallen around 15ft near a waterfall beside Loch Ness. The incident happened at 1.15pm this afternoon near Glenmoriston. Firefighters from Fort Augustus, Fort William and Inverness have been sent to the scene along with paramedics. A police spokesman said that the man was thought to be conscious and was standing up.