Visitors to Armadale Castle on Skye will be entertained to more than just the traditional castle visit later this month.
Concerns at a government body’s plans to take full control of Oban Bay are being discussed at a public meeting.
Plans have been submitted for the reopening of “lost” malt whisky distillery closed for more than three decades – a move that could inject millions of pounds into the economy of a remote Highland village.
A Bronze Age burial cist has been discovered at Drumnadrochit near to where two of the stone slab-built graves were previously found.
Warm weather prompts emergency talks to halt declining salmon catches on Spey as water drops to lowest level since 1976
Emergency talks have been scheduled in an attempt to reverse a dramatic decline in the amount of salmon caught on the River Spey.
A light aircraft crashed as it attempted to take off at Oban Airport yesterday, nearly ending up in the water.
Emergency services have been called to Oban Airport where an aircraft has crashed.
Tributes have been paid to a Wick man who died while diving off the Caithness coast.
Jail sentence handed to sex beast who drugged and brutally raped two victims – including one at a flat in Oban
A sex beast who drugged his two victims - including one at a flat in Oban - before brutally raping them has been jailed for 12 years.
The legendary Moscow State Circus is set for its opening night this evening amid claims of attempted “sabotage” to posters, allegedly by competitors.
Highland councillor praises ‘truly remarkable’ level of support from north communities as emergency services battled wildfire
A senior Highland councillor has praised the “truly remarkable” level of support shown by the north communities to the emergency services as firefighters finally defeated a blazing wildfire which took hold in Sutherland.
Bold plans for a striking viewing tower at the award-winning Inverewe Garden in Wester Ross have been unveiled.
A set of enchanted bagpipes which were played at Bannockburn will make music for only the fourth time in 200 years at a clan gathering in Oban this month.
Law firm Brodies has reported higher profits and revenue from its growing office network.
Brewing giant Heineken is eyeing further investment in Highland pubs as it prepares to give one of the oldest bars in Inverness a £450,000 makeover.
Police in Ross-shire are appealing for information following a break-in at a pharmacy in Alness.
Fire crews revealed they were dealing with a “complex and challenging” incident as they battled for a second day to contain a wildfire in the Highlands.
A body recovered from the shadow of the UK’s highest mountain is believed to be that of a missing David Munro.
Police in the Highlands are warning residents of smoke hazards as fire crews continue to battle a nearby wildfire.
More than 50 firefighters remain at the scene of a large wildfire at Ben Bhraggie for a second day as residents are advised to keep windows and doors shut.
Fire crews have been working through the night in an attempt to extinguish a wildfire in the Highlands.
The biggest vessel yet to call at Oban’s new pontoons - a super yacht owned by a billionaire hedge funder - has berthed in the town.
A 64-year-old swimmer has died after going for a dip in an Argyll loch.
Thousands of whales and dolphins, including common dolphin super pods recorded from aircraft, have been followed on a new app.
Slowly but surely the familiar red bricks of the old Oban High School building have been coming tumbling down this week.
Drought conditions have led to an unprecedented water shortage warning for the north and north-east.
Police across the Highlands and Islands have removed drugs with a combined street value of almost £100,000 from communities during June.
A 25-year-old man was yesterday convicted of stalking a 16-year-old girl and her parents in the Oban area.
Users of Oban Bay have expressed concerns at plans by the government body which owns the ferry terminal to take control of the entire bay.
A well-known West Highland fisherman who died after falling overboard was not wearing a life jacket or locator beacon, a new probe has revealed.
An American salon manager has been left devastated at facing deportation after almost five years in Inverness following a visa dispute.
Drugs with a street value of around £9,000 have been recovered from a vehicle in the Highlands.