The lead ecologist in the battle to build Donald Trump’s Aberdeenshire golf course claims plans for a new Highland course are “not fit for purpose”.
A man who died after a crash on the A9 near Aviemore yesterday has been named by police as Norbert Palfi, from Kingussie.
A crisis is looming after it emerged that almost 45% of teachers working in the Highlands could retire within the next decade.
A sheriff has found no evidence that a north man trapped in the flame-filled cab of his fuel tanker would have survived if a fire extinguisher had been working.
The Scottish Government is just days away from unveiling its preferred route for the link road connecting the A9 and the A96.
A man was airlifted to hospital yesterday after a crash involving a car and a van closed the A9.
The enterprising spirit in the north and north-east has been highlighted in the findings of a new study released today by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB).
Plans to axe the equivalent of nearly 90 full-time jobs and make millions of pounds worth of cuts have been revealed by Argyll and Bute Council.
Hurricane-force winds are due to batter coastal areas across the Highlands and the north-east tonight.
The parents of one of two climbers who died on Ben Nevis on St Valentine’s Day last year have made an emotional return to the mountain.
The knitters have arrived.
A major new study is being launched to determine the Highlands and Islands’ potential to become a leading player in developing the UK’s marine economy.
As if by magic a family of six were rescued by a “Hogwarts Express” in a remote part of the Highlands yesterday.
Two cars have collided at a busy junction in Ross-shire.
The fiancee of a British ex-soldier from Oban jailed in India took her justice campaign to Number 10 yesterday.
An inquiry into a controversial windfarm in a scenic part of Argyll will be held next month.
A doctor has gone before his professional watchdog accused of assaulting a nurse and molesting two patients.
Normally it is a shining beacon above Oban, but McCaig’s Tower has lost its sparkle of late.
The mother of a Caithness teen who almost died after a football struck his head is poised to lodge a formal complaint with NHS Highland after her family’s terrifying ordeal.
An American businessman has lost his appeal to the Scottish Government to keep the blue painted doors and window frames of a former sheriff court building in Sutherland.
More than 260 Highland businesses along the North Coast 500 route are set to benefit from “first class” training and new information boards to help them better market local attractions.
A 26-year-old man stripped to his boxer shorts for a swim in Loch Ness but could not get out of the water for an hour - and his pregnant girlfriend had to call 999.
A 14-year-old Caithness boy was left paralyzed on one side and fighting for his life - after a football hit his head.
A carer who stole thousands of pounds from vulnerable older people wept as she was jailed for seven months yesterday.
Motorists are being warned to approach with care a road accident on the A816 Oban to Lochgilphead road.
Plans have been submitted for an extension to a former hotel which would create a new single campus for North Highland College UHI in Dornoch.
A £1million project to upgrade parapets on the A9 Dornoch Bridge gets underway this month.
Oban will continue to be a Business Improvement District (Bid) town after Bid4Oban announced it has been successful in its ballot.
I must have passed the sign for the Carnegie Lodge Hotel dozens of times over the years, and each time thought, I wonder what that place is like?
A delay in the construction of a £250million floating windfarm off Stonehaven has hit a Highland port that had expected to create up to 200 jobs supporting the project.
A massive search was under way in Argyll yesterday for a missing man who is believed to have started cycling from Fort William to his home in Fife.
A school head allowed an unregistered teacher to take classes for a year and let an unvetted member of staff work with children.