The public is being given the chance to view site plans and building layouts for the new primary school at Ness Castle, Inverness.
The business and cultural communities in the Highlands have come together in a series of creative partnerships.
A £7million centre of excellence and innovation in veterinary science is being created at Inverness Campus.
Tom Bryers, a renowned civil engineer, has died at the age of 93.
Eden Court's investigations into the possibility of expanding its main theatre to accommodate blockbuster shows was welcomed yesterday by Highland councillors.
Emergency services are dealing with a three-vehicle crash north of Drumnadrochit on the A82 Fort William to Inverness road.
Police have said they are confident they will find the remains of a murdered mother and son if they have been left in a quarry, as a search of the area nears completion.
Police close to completing the excavation of a Highland quarry linked to the murders of Renee and Andrew Macrae more than 40 years ago
The excavation of a quarry linked to the disappearance of Renee Macrae and her infant son Andrew more than 40 years ago is nearly complete, police have announced today.
Inverness Citizens' Advice Bureau has warned that controversial benefits sanctions are leaving people “destitute” and putting pressure on hard-pressed food banks.
It has been one of the most visible signs of the great Victorian age of steam for well over a century in the north east.
Police have issued a safety warning after revealing there have been seven water rescues in the River Ness in 2019 so far.
Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival 2020 has already sold out all its adult, child and campervan tickets in the space of less than a week.
Police have issued a warning after a car was spotted parked in an emergency zone reserved for ambulances at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness.
The employment tribunal into the dismissal of an Inverness baker concluded yesterday after a two-day hearing.
A Highland MP has called on home secretary Priti Patel to abolish visa fees for Commonwealth servicemen and women in the British armed forces.
A drunk man assaulted a woman twice on the same day after attending an Inverness music festival.
A 35-year-old drug addict with a 20-year habit has been jailed for eight months at Inverness Sheriff Court after admitting a string of shoplifting offences.
A 29-year-old Inverness woman obtained a £25,000 bank loan by pretending to be her mother.
A charity for older people has called on ScotRail to reverse an unpopular decision to increase the cost of using the toilet at its stations.
A Highland councillor has said the demolition of a top Inverness music venue to make way for a hotel would take the city back fifteen years.
Heavy rainfall, rising water levels and landslips have caused chaos across the Highlands today.
On the way into the Eden Court Theatre the audience had to contend with thunder, lightning and downpours, but once inside, they were transported to sunny Spain via the musical Club Tropicana.
An emergency department waiting room at the north’s busiest hospital was closed by hospital bosses as heavy downpour and overnight flooding wreaked havoc on much of the north.
Emergency services are dealing with a number of incidents this morning after heavy rain hammered the north of Scotland overnight.
Highland Council is encouraging members of the public to respond to its public consultation on how community councils are created and governed.
A new Oor Wullie sculpture has been unveiled in Inverness as part of this summer’s art public art trail - and this time the community will be able to have him along for a visit.
Bosses at Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) are currently searching for the right candidate to oversee the repair of the organisation's stricken funicular railway.
Lewis Capaldi was spotted out and about in Inverness city centre before he took to the main stage at Belladrum last night.
Fully paid up member of the Nosey Parker Club (NPC) that’s me.
Caley Thistle manager John Robertson hopes he can turn history on its head by helping the Highlanders make a flying start to their Championship campaign.
Caley Thistle forward Jordan White says the hurt of last season’s play-off defeat by Dundee United remains fresh in the memory ahead of today’s opening day Championship return to Tannadice.
World-leading research to continue as UHI purchases Inveness’ Centre for Health Sciences in £9.8million deal
The University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) has agreed a multi-million-pound takeover of the Centre for Health Science in Inverness.