A new bothy has opened at the Rest and Be Thankful in Argyll.
Plans have been submitted to create a new luxury home development in the centre of a picturesque Highland town.
A chemistry teacher yesterday pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting an 18-year-old woman in a shop by touching her bottom.
Anyone in Aviemore at the weekend would be forgiven for thinking they were trapped in a time warp.
A junction in Inverness has been named as one of the worst cycling collision blackspots in Scotland.
The 300th anniversary of the oldest surviving bridge in the Highlands was celebrated at the weekend.
One of four heavy transformers for an electricity substation in Caithness was delivered yesterday.
Driving along the NC500 you will be able to see the most magnificent views and maybe even lucky to spot wildlife in their natural habitat.
World-record-breaking Scottish cyclist Graeme Obree has backed the idea of a new cycling event being created in and around the North Coast 500 in the Highlands.
A young father was crushed to death while working at a Highland quarry, leaving a widow and five-year-old daughter - after moving from Poland for a better life.
Staff working at more than 50 businesses in Inverness and Loch Ness has been internationally recognised for their exceptional customer service.
A famous Highland golf club is ensuring its illustrious past is not forgotten by future generations.
Economic growth and education are the main priorities for the new leader of Argyll and Bute Council.
Bed and breakfast owners in Inverness have erupted in fury over the negative business impact of the north's new parking enforcement scheme.
Oysters have been reintroduced to a Scottish firth after a century's absence in a "ground-breaking" environmental project.
Motorists in Caithness should be prepared for a parking clampdown this year as Highland Council seeks to deploy permanent patrols in the county.
An urgent fundraising appeal has been launched to raise £15,000 to save an Easter Ross heritage centre from closure.
Politician flooded with 400 “dodgy” emails an hour after online bullies signed her up to x-rated websites
An Argyll councillor targeted by "sexist" online bullies is getting emails from dating and x-rated websites with names like "hot Ukrainian brides" at a rate of 400 an hour after her account was hijacked.
A man was seriously injured last night following an attack in an Inverness street.
The SNP group in Argyll and Bute Council has expressed its disappointment at not being able to form an administration, despite being the largest party.
A young Black Isle woman who battled for three years to get a Lyme Disease diagnosis has written a novel mirroring some of her own experiences in a bid to help others.
A new animal centre has been built in the grounds of the Queen Mother's historic Highland castle.
Police have charged three men in connection with incidents of disorder at a recent Highland derby football match.
A freedom of information request in May last year showed that Aberdeen City Council pulled in £8million in parking charges between 2011 and 2016, averaging £1.5million a year.
The north's new team of parking enforcers are handing out tickets at a rate of one every 24 minutes, "earning" over £200,000 since they started.
A north mother and her 12-year-old son who went missing more than a week ago have now been traced safe and well.
A coalition of LibDem, Conservative and independent councillors are poised to take control of Argyll and Bute Council.
A Nairn woman stole £46,000 from her partner's divorce settlement - claiming she was being blackmailed by a former flame.
The site zoned for a new £52million super-campus to replace all schools in Tain would be just half the size of the new Wick Campus, it has emerged.
A large wildfire which broke out on the hillside above Inverness could have been started by people out enjoying the weekend weather.
Police are growing "increasingly concerned" for a north mother and her 12-year-old son who have been missing for more than a week.