A campaign to end the practice of unfair charges for the delivery of goods to the mainland Highlands has been backed by more than 12,000 people.
A 360-degree trail around Loch Ness for walkers, cyclists and horse riders could bring a huge economic boost to the Highlands.
A dispute over the blue painted doors and window frames of a former sheriff court building in Sutherland has reached the Scottish Government.
A project to try to save Scottish wildcats from extinction is to halve the core areas where it will concentrate its efforts on protecting the species.
The latest break down of the Corran Ferry has left a council pondering bringing in the Navy.
It was 2am when the phone rang – a hesitant yet increasingly urgent conversation which ended with an emergency referral to a food bank.
The family of a little girl killed in a horrific accident has thanked the local community for all of the love and support following the tragedy.
New details of the £4million plan to make Cairngorm Mountain a year-round attraction have been revealed.
British Airways has announced a new codeshare agreement with Loganair which will allow passengers in the north to connect with the wider world.
A Highland brewery has picked up a top industry accolade for one of its ales and is in the running for another.
An elderly abuse charity has praised a sheriff for taking action to ensure a pensioner who was the victim of theft gets his money back.
Loved ones have rallied round a Highland League footballer who has been diagnosed with a malignant brain tumour.
The need to recruit more men into childcare was highlighted as a Scottish Government minister opened a newly refurbished nursery yesterday.
They are the twin brothers who hit the headlines when they became dads on the same day.
The Highlands welcomes more overnight visitors than Glasgow each year, according to a study showing the industry’s “vital impact” on local communities.
Controversial plans for a new town in the Highlands are poised to get the final seal of approval later this week.
Reach for the Skye on an island adventure this summer
A weekend at a caravan at Nairn bizarrely found us at a remote pub on the Black Isle after a recommendation from friends.
A care home worker has been accused of contributing to a resident’s death by failing to protect her from falling out of bed.
A young child has been airlifted to hospital after being pulled from the water in the Highlands.
The largest earthquake to be felt in the west Highlands of Scotland in more than 30 years was recorded on Friday.
Admissions to the only psychiatric hospital in the Highlands have been restricted due to acute staff shortages.
Belladrum music festival has once again lived up to its hype as an alternatively romantic wedding venue.
The Highlands is expected to cash in on up to £10million as thousands flocked to the Black Isle Show and Belladrum music festival yesterday.
A group of healthcare experts from America are touring the north and north-east of Scotland this week to learn how Scottish hospitals are improving care for children.
A charitable trust is being formed to push forward plans for a £25 million Scottish National Motorsport Heritage Centre at the Rest and Be Thankful in Argyll.
Divers were inspecting a new pontoon development in Oban yesterday.
The family of a man believed to have drowned in an Argyll freshwater loch is taking steps to have him declared legally dead.
Oban’s £2.5million publicly-funded pontoon development has opened just in time for the busiest sailing event in the town’s calendar.
The “cat cafe” craze has become a global phenomenon, and now a soup kitchen in Oban is the latest to be feline groovy.
A council has come under fire after yachts were caught using its multi-million pound pontoon development free of charge – and before it has officially opened.
Bishops from Scotland, England and Scandinavia congregated in Orkney at the weekend for an historic pilgrimage to mark the 900th anniversary of the death of St Magnus.