Highland surged back to form, crushing a brave Watsonians side 52-7 in Inverness.
A former ancestral home in the Highlands that sits beside the popular NC500 route is on the market with a near £2 million asking price.
A “lost boy” sperm whale which died after stranding in the Highlands may have had a brain problem, a post mortem has found.
A support group set up by a Black Isle couple in memory of their son is going from strength to strength.
A woman has been "seriously injured" this evening after being struck by a car on the road between Bonar Bridge and Ardgay.
Traffic chaos as late flurry of last minute shoppers causes backlog on roads in and out of Inverness
Thousands of motorists in and around Inverness faced delays today as a late flurry of shoppers led to an increase in traffic on roads and footfall through retail premises doors.
Three Highland councillors have spoken out about the online bullying and abuse they receive on a daily basis, saying it is the ‘new normal'.
The number of teachers working in Highland schools has fallen by 88 over the last year, according to Scottish Government figures.
Highland Council’s Ross and Cromarty area committee is to be split into three smaller committees in an attempt to serve the vast area better.
A large stretch of coastal defences has collapsed on one of the Black Isle’s most popular beaches sparking a row about who has responsibility for their maintenance.
Inquiries are continuing to trace a Highland rapist who has been reported missing.
Highland councillors enjoyed a rare moment of unity over spending money yesterday as they agreed to allocating £145,000 to fund various strands of work to tackle climate change.
After losing its official status as a marathon - because of the number of potholes on the route - an iconic Highland road race is to end after 20 years.
An Inverness city centre church is in discussions with Highland Council over a £250,000 project to adapt one of their halls for nursery facilities for the neighbouring primary school.
Highland councillors swallowed their reservations yesterday to grant planning permission for a 175-bed four star hotel on the derelict site of the former swimming pool in Glebe Street, Inverness.
The north and north-east is braced for more chilly weather this week after the mercury plummeted to its lowest levels of the year at the weekend.
Visitors could soon flock to the Highlands to enjoy Scotland's longest zip-wire.
Multi-million pound plans for a new town in the Highlands are back on the table.
A huge electricity substation will be built in the countryside near Lairg, despite years of protests and expressions of concern about road safety by villagers.
Children in rural schools must be given the chance to learn scientific subjects, a new Holyrood report has said.
Police have confirmed that missing Stephanie Norman from Drumnadrochit has been found.
Strathpeffer residents are planning a facelift for their village’s historic square.
Details have emerged of a plans for trusted trader scheme by Highland Council.
A computer games competition has been launched for primary school pupils across the north and north-east.
Highland Council is proposing to build eight homes at Torvean, near the new golf course.
Highland head coach Davie Carson challenged his side to bring the performance to match their impressive National 1 results when they face bottom side Dundee HSFP tomorrow.
After reaching the quarter final of the Scottish Cup with a comprehensive 38-18 home win over Stirling Wolves last weekend, Highland return to league duty this weekend when they entertain Ayr in National 1.
Scotland faces a health and social care funding shortfall of almost £2 billion over the next few years unless services are reformed, the public spending watchdog has warned.
Highland roared back to winning ways with a 38-20 home win against Boroughmuir to the delight of Dave Carson.
Work to improve the road between Fort William and Inverness will take place next week.
A Highland heifer which reigned supreme in the ring at three northern shows this summer won the female championship at yesterday’s breed show in Oban.
More than 300,000 people across the north and north-east are among the most vulnerable to Brexit, Scottish Government analysis suggests.