Around 200 protesters gathered in one of the last greenfield sites in Oban at the weekend to object to developer’s plans to build houses.
A minister from Dornoch has been installed as Moderator of the Church of Scotland’s 2018 General Assembly.
The fire service has issued a wildfire warning after crews battled two large blazes in different parts of the Highlands at the weekend.
A wildfire outburst in the Highlands required the attendance of the fire service today.
Argyll’s biggest open-air live music event has launched a brand new marketing campaign to raise the profile of itself and Oban.
A major business body has called for Aberdeen council chiefs to ditch plans for a “unwanted and regressive” tourist tax it believes will damage the city.
Research by the Federation of Small Business (FSB) has revealed that 73% of Highland businesses oppose the introduction of a potential £10 million-a year tourist tax in the region.
Teacher, 42, blames his ‘drunken stupidity’ after being struck off for sexually assaulting a teenager
A chemistry teacher convicted of sexually assaulting an 18-year-old woman in a shop has been struck off the teachers register.
A top London restaurant is to open its doors in the Highlands at the former “Harrods of the North”.
An ambulance has been called to attend an accident involving a motorcyclist in the Highlands. Police were called at 2.01pm to the accident near Loch Laggan on the A86. The motorcyclist was described as “conscious and breathing.”
Plans for a new road in Inverness linking the A9 and A96 trunk roads were unveiled today and will provide enhanced facilities for road users, cyclists and pedestrians.
North and north-east businesses are well-represented in an annual celebration of some of the fastest-growing and most dynamic small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the UK.
The man who was found lying seriously injured on a busy Lochaber road at the weekend has died.
A 14-year-old girl will be reported in connection with a fire near Milton of Leys Primary School.
The Uist Economic Taskforce Working Group was addressed by a senior member of the Faroese Government in the UK.
Staff of Highland Council are being encouraged to look after their mental health while at work as part of Mental Health Awareness Week 2018.
The Outlander effect is being blamed for the strength of feeling generated by a housing development near Culloden Battlefield.
Officers were last night conducting door-to-door inquiries and pouring over CCTV in the hunt for clues after a man was found lying on a busy Highland road with serious head injuries.
Three veterans have paid their respects to more than 3,000 sailors who lost their lives aboard the Arctic Convoys of the Second World War.
Gardeners beware – it looks as if the long, cold winter followed by the recent warm spell has prompted a dandelion explosion.
A controversial decision to approve detailed plans for a housing development within the Culloden Moor conservation area will be revisited by Highland councillors next week.
A 2,000 square metre gorse fire has broken out in the vicinity of Loch Duntelchaig near Dores.
Only six to 10% of the Highland population will be of working age within the next three decades according to one statistic, it emerged at yesterday’s Highland Council meeting in Inverness.
VIDEO: The UK Government outlines what the City Region Deal will bring to Inverness and the Highlands
The benefits of the City Region Deal for Inverness and the Highlands have been outlined in a video from the UK Government.
Ossian has launched a bespoke Open Championship package that is the last word in luxury.
Police and partner agencies will be offering advice on how to prevent rural crime at an event at Dingwall Mart next week.
Theresa May refuses to rule out charges for EU nationals to live and work in the Highlands after Brexit
Theresa May has refused to rule out charges for EU nationals to live and work in the Highlands after Brexit.
A light-aircraft crash which killed two men who had just completed a charity climb of Ben Nevis was probably caused by poor visibility, an investigation has found.
An Argyll museum which celebrates one of the most important archaeological landscapes in Britain has received a £3.2 million grant.
The skills of the final year students at a prestigious west Highland ballet school will be showcased at the Corran Halls in Oban.
Design work has started to create a major rail and bus interchange in Inverness.
Almost 200 motorcyclists were checked in the Highlands over the course of the bank holiday weekend as part of an operation aimed at promoting road safety.