A young fitness enthusiast is set to travel the length and breadth of the Highlands this week as part of a 1,000 mile journey in aid of Childline.
Summer visitors are in line to face a “tourist tax” in the form of a charge to park in John O’Groats.
A north of Scotland rugby stalwart has organised a major cycling challenge to raise money for Doddie Weir's foundation.
Progress is being made with a community effort to inject fresh life into one of the last working examples of a corn mill in the north Highlands.
The world famous John o’Groats signpost is under threat – from visitors who have covered it with stickers.
The future of commercial air connectivity in the far northeast of Scotland has been described as “fragile” with urgent government action needed now.
Plans are in place to form an official UK Highland Games Team after a group of wounded veterans took part in Scotland’s first Para Highland Games in front of Prince Charles at the weekend.
As if the trek from Land's End to John O’Groats wasn’t a great enough distance - one adventurer has come up with an even longer journey.
A Scottish rugby legend with motor neurone disease has just tackled a marathon drive to raise funds for medical research.
A group of bikers have travelled the length of Britain to raise more than £2,300 for the Highland Hospice.
Two horse trainers are riding the length of the UK in six weeks to raise more than £2,000 for charity.
Holding his bike above his head, David Balfour is either about to throw it into the sea or celebrating at the finish line.
A resident from John O’Groats has written to the Duke of Rothesay following plans to abolish direct bus services to several villages in the north.
A blind man walking 1,000 miles to raise awareness of raising funding into eye research will reach Inverness today on his journey to John O’Groats.
A campaign to end the practice of unfair charges for the delivery of goods to the mainland Highlands has been backed by more than 12,000 people.
A retired RAF search and rescue pilot has returned to Moray to commemorate a frightening operation to rescue fishermen from the North Atlantic.
Police have issued a second appeal for witnesses to come forward after a man was killed in a Highland road accident.
A man has died after being hit by a car while walking along a Caithness road.
A woman who ended up in court after a Christmas holiday break in the far north turned sour ran into more trouble when she failed to comply with a sheriff's order to make a further appearance.
Grateful Malcolm Copeland miraculously escaped losing a limb in a horrific car accident - thanks to his trusty work boots.
An athlete has become the first person in history to complete the gruelling journey from Land's End to John O'Groats in a wheelchair.
Police in Caithness are appealing for assistance in identifying a woman found on the shore in Caithness yesterday.
He had already swum it, run it and cycled it.
A new £118,000 sculpture inspired by the tidal races in the Pentland Firth will be officially unveiled at John O'Groats today.
Searches are continuing for a missing Australian tourist who was last seen in John O'Groats on Monday morning.
An Australian tourist has been reported missing in Caithness, with police saying concern is growing for her welfare.
The village of John O'Groats is to once more be the ceremonial starting point for the glamorous Monte Carlo Rally.
A far north village, which was once given an award for being the most dismal place in Scotland, is now in line for a multimillion-pound revamp.
A blueprint for future development of a famous north tourist attraction could take a significant step forward next week.
An amateur photographer has been having a whale of a time capturing some rare wildlife sights in Scotland's most northerly point.
An adventurer is aiming to become the first person to ever swim, cycle and run the length of the country.
Caithness is an area that has plenty to offer residents new and old Anyone who is under the impression that, the further north you go, the less likely it is that anything exciting is happening, clearly hasn’t been to Caithness of late.