Police are appealing for help to trace a man reported missing while on a walking holiday in the Highland area.
With Highland Council’s reserves down to their lowest level ever and a budget overspend, “there is absolutely no wriggle room to manage significant pressures” warned council budget leader Alister Mackinnon yesterday.
A popular and much-loved Highland sports coach was yesterday left “overwhelmed and honoured” at learning he is to be handed the Freedom of Inverness.
The Inner Moray Firth has emerged as the preferred location for a new facility to process Highland region’s waste.
Highland taxi drivers are to be cut some slack in their region-wide Knowledge test.
Dog-friendly break on the shores of Loch Rannoch with Labrador Sandy – and some fine Scottish dining
A good dog-friendly hotel is hard to come by, and one that welcomes your four-legged friend while serving good food and drink is even harder to find.
New, smaller tenders proposed for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) will give extra flexibility to Highland fire fighters, councillors heard yesterday.
A 26-year-old man was killed in a crash in the Highlands yesterday while heading to work with a colleague.
Four Highland bakeries have scooped some of the top awards at the 2018 Scottish Baker of the Year Competition.
The Highlands’ busiest cruise liner port is launching a new initiative to help businesses and tourism organisations cash in on visits by thousands of passengers and crew.
Highland stormed to a 71-10 victory against St Boswells at a packed Canal Park on Saturday to clinch the National 3 title and win promotion in style.
Highland have received assurances from St Boswells their potential National 3 title-clinching fixture at Canal Park will go ahead at the third attempt tomorrow.
A Highland business which specialises in the production of luxury candles has moved into a newly renovated factory in the Outer Hebrides.
Highland's potential National 3 title-winning fixture at home to St Boswells on Saturday has been called off at less than 24 hours' notice after the Borders outfit were unable to raise a team.
Lawyers yesterday urged Highland Council to change its objections for its refusal of planning permission for a 19 turbine wind farm in Caithness.
Construction and civil engineering group Bam Nuttall has been awarded a £10million contract by Network Rail to carry out upgrade works to the Highland mainline that will help reduce journey times.
Police in Alness are appealing for information after damage was caused to a window at The Bengal Cuisine in the town.
They have been used in search and rescue - and now, aerial photographs are to become part of the war against litter.
A sheriff and jury trial could again be held in a Highland court - but for one week only.
A driver was yesterday cleared of causing the death of a friend whose car “barrel-rolled” through the air and smashed into an unmarked police vehicle in a horror crash on a Highland road.
A restaurant boss who left a feather on a waitress’s car as code he wanted a date was yesterday banned by a sheriff from the Highlands.
A senior councillor has contacted police after becoming the target of face-to-face and online abuse as a row over parking charges in a Highland town reached boiling point.
Highland co-captain Rory Cross feels the club are ready to take the next step and gain promotion from National 3.
NHS Highland is seeking a £15million bail-out from the Scottish Government to plug a massive budget overspend.
Island crofter seeking over £20,000 financial compensation after neighbour’s bull broke through fence
An island crofter who is seeking financial compensation of over £20,000 from her former neighbours after their bull broke through her fence and compromised the health status of her pedigree Highland cattle has denied accusations that she could have done more to prevent the situation.
Scottish firm Wireless Infrastructure Group (WIG) has announced that rural Highland communities are to benefit from better mobile coverage and improved internet connectivity. This time-lapse video charts the construction of the new 164ft tower at Milton, which was developed in partnership with O2.
The first milestone has been reached in a £1.1million culvert replacement project on a busy Highland road.
Pupils at a Highland school enjoyed a taste of the daily grind as they received barista training from industry experts.
An Inverness man who was killed following a road traffic collision on a Highland road at the weekend has been named.
Stress is not a word in Lonsana Doumbouya’s vocabulary.
The Torridon Hotel in Wester Ross has been awarded the AA’s top accreditation, with a five-star rating.
Cromarty Primary School has been forced to close today due to flooding.