Residents have saved the last remaining council house in a picturesque village made famous by TV series Hamish Macbeth from becoming another holiday home.
EXCLUSIVE: Refurbishment of Inverness High School a ‘project management disaster’, say local councillors
The three-year renovation of Inverness High School has descended into chaos, local councillors have said.
The Shetland Folk Festival will celebrate its 40th anniversary in style this spring.
A plea has gone out to the 200 islanders on Coll to step forward and help save the local air service by taking safety jobs at the airport.
A controversial hydro-scheme on the banks of Loch Ness will go before a public inquiry, its developers have said, after it was rejected for a second time by Highland Councillors in December.
The Orkney Alcohol Counselling and Advisory Service is to close at the end of this month due to a lack of funding.
Essential works to protect the iconic Glenfinnan Viaduct and the vital West Highland Line from landslips and rockfalls is underway.
A virtual walk-through of how a proposed spaceport in Sutherland could look has been published by Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE).
Two fire appliances have been called to the A82 between Inverness and Fort William after a lorry's brakes overheated.
Vulnerable and elderly people in Oban are being forced to walk right across town or pay for taxis just to top up their electricity meters.
More than £10 million worth of upgrade works are being carried out at Lochmaddy Pier in North Uist.
New fuel tanks will help a community company on South Uist to capitalise on the island's growing harbour.
An Inverness beauty spot was left submerged as Storm Brendan left a trail of destruction in its wake.
Councillor brands situation ‘madness and illogical’ as school with 75-pupil capacity is ‘full’ at 47
A Highland primary school with just 47 pupils has been declared "full" despite a recent £4 million refurbishment to allow the school to cope with 75 pupils.
Security was even tighter than usual at Fort George today as the gates had to be closed amidst high winds that continued to cause disruption to roads, ferry services and schools in the north.
Police use of Taser on Highland man who set fire to his own home during stand-off was ‘necessary and proportionate’, investigation finds
The use of a Taser on a Highland man during a police stand-off was "necessary" and "proportionate", an investigation has found.
The doors of two Inverness landmarks will be thrown open to the public this spring as part to create a "cultural triangle" in the Highland capital.
I wasn’t sure what to expect when I took my family out for an evening meal in Kingussie at the tail-end of last year.
Mountain rescue team blast ‘total abuse of resources’ after six-hour blizzard mission ends with them finding man safely tucked up in a bothy
A mountain rescue team has criticised a "total abuse of resources" after they walked 16 miles through blizzards for a man with a sore tendon.
There has been widespread disruption across the north and north-east of Scotland today after the region was battered with heavy wind, rain and snow overnight.
Mountain rescue teams battle blizzard conditions during effort to trace injured walker in the Highlands
Two mountain rescue teams were scrambled to reports of an injured walker stranded in the south Highlands last night.
The iconic Urquhart Castle on the shore of Loch Ness is to host a major light and music event celebrating Gaelic culture.
Major concerns are being raised about the congestion in Oban town centre as residents fear emergency services could become trapped in traffic during a 999 call.
Storm Brendan lashed the coastlines around the north yesterday as waves swamped roads and crippled transport links.
Drivers have faced horrendous conditions across the north and north-east today as Storm Brendan battered the region.
Two teenage boys have been charged in connection with a series of break-ins at the weekend.
Schools closed, ferries cancelled: Storm Brendan batters the north and more bad weather is on its way
Storm Brendan has arrived in the north causing schools to close and travel disruption across the region.
A number of schools in the north will close this afternoon as weather conditions are expected to worsen.
Police have released descriptions of two men who allegedly broke into an Inverness home and stole jewellery.
An Inverness city centre bar is hoping to extend its hours and open until 3am.
An island golf club that has become home to a white-tailed sea eagle nest has been shortlisted for an environmental award.
Police are investigating after two cats were shot in the quiet village of Tobermory.