With the first Highland derby of the Championship season around the corner, we take a look at 10 memorable encounters when Caley Thistle and Ross County locked horns
A £5 million fund has been set up to give a cash injection 10 new tourism projects that showcase the outstanding scenery, wildlife and culture of the Highlands and Islands.
Caithness police are carrying out inquiries after a man was found seriously injured at the bottom of cliffs near Thurso yesterday.
The main route between Oban and Fort William is closed following a crash between a diesel tanker and a car.
A thousand young people took to the stage to sing an inspiration Gaelic song during a celebration of young musicians in Inverness on Saturday.
Overnight roadworks begin this week on a section of the A83 Tarbet to Campbeltown road in Argyll.
A meeting at the ancient stronghold after which Fort William is named may change the course of its history.
A cyclist has died while taking part in a gruelling triathlon in Lochaber.
Emergency services had to be diverted from a 999 open day to rescue a young man who had plunged off cliffs on Thurso seafront.
Emergency services are in attendance at Thurso following reports of a man falling from a cliff.
Ross County have suspended a member of staff following a complaint which is now being investigated by police.
The dad of a daring nine-year-old mountaineer says he believes his son has become the youngest person in Britain to climb Tower Ridge on Ben Nevis.
Work gets under way to fell 900 trees and eradicate a deadly plant disease at a National Trust for Scotland garden near Oban next week.
Firefighters across the world are known for their close ties - but one unit on the Ardnamurchan peninsula are much closer than most because they are members of the same family.
Rescuers have blasted an “ill equipped, very naive and very lucky” missing walker who was rescued from a sheer drop on the UK’s highest mountain.
A former Oban police officer caught with indecent images of children has been jailed for eight months.
Inverness Airport generates £33.3 million-a-year for the Highland and Moray economies and supports the equivalent of 748 full time jobs (FTEs), according to a new study.
Police in Inverness are appealing for information after a number of vehicles were damaged in a fire in the Tannery Court area of the city.
Salesman who scammed thousands of pounds from north and north-east residents facing total of 28 charges
A Glasgow based renewable heating systems salesman who is on trial for 62 offences of dishonestly obtaining over £30,000 worth of deposits from elderly customers is now only facing a total of 28 charges.
Highland-based charity Mary’s Meals reached a milestone target of reaching in excess of 1.36 million of the world’s poorest children in 17 countries with life-changing daily meals.
The last sea-going coal-fired steam puffer made a call to the Highlands this weekend.
The Highlands have topped a British league of having the most road miles without mobile phone coverage.
There were celebrations when the final pieces of the jigsaw were put in place for Rothiemurchus and Aviemore Tennis Club’s ambitious “Courts4All” Project - which will see all season playing.
A festival celebrating the best the Highlands has to offer in the way of Gaelic culture, music, dance and food has opened across the region.
Kinlochbervie protesters were left shell-shocked yesterday after their efforts to protect their toilets from closure were dismissed in scathing terms by Highland Council’s leader.
The multi-million-pound upgrade of Aberdeen and Inverness rail stations is to begin soon.
A stark picture of reduced job opportunities, isolation and social exclusion has emerged across the Highlands as a direct consequence of cuts in bus services.
Nearly four out of five firms in the north have highlighted the importance of hiring and retaining young people to their future success.
Police investigating a two vehicle collision involving a police car on an emergency call are appealing for witnesses to contact them.
A Glasgow man will stand trial over the next four to five weeks on 63 charges of dishonestly obtaining thousands of pounds from elderly people as deposits for heating systems.
Tourism, business and leisure groups in Oban have said that they are “astounded” that plans are continuing for CMAL to run the entire harbour area, despite public support for a trust port.
A policeman and two other people have been injured in a two-vehicle collision involving a police car on an emergency call.