A 30-year-old man from the Liverpool area has been charged with dangerous driving in connection with an alleged incident on the North Coast 500 tourist route.
A new initiative aimed at encouraging visitors to remain in the north for longer has been launched by the founders of the North Coast 500 (NC500).
A cafe buoyed by the popular North Coast 500 has gone on the market.
The region's largest tourism conference will focus on responsible tourism when it meets in Inverness at the end of the month.
The NC500 tourist route has generated almost £23million for the local economy in just 12 months, a major new study has revealed.
Tourists venturing round the North Coast 500 are to benefit from three additional tours as part of a new business partnership.
Charity pedalers smash target time as they navigate NC500 in less than 40 hours for Archie Foundation
Two fundraisers have smashed their target of navigating the North Coast 500 route by bicycle in less than 40 hours.
North Coast 500: Police ‘disappointed’ by high number of driving offences detected during three-day crackdown
Police say they are 'disappointed' after discovering scores of driving offences during days of action on the North Coast 500 route this week.
The Stig and Burt Reynolds's Bandit were just two of the unlikely characters spotted driving the NC500 this weekend.
Road tolls on the NC500 tourist road could bring in funds to invest in improvements, a north MP has suggested.
A remote Highland road that forms part of one of Scotland's most popular tourist routes has been branded the nation's worst pothole offender.
A teenage serviceman in the north has embarked on a gruelling challenge to become the first person to circumnavigate the entire North Coast 500 route on a BMX bike.
Frustrated Highlands residents have renewed calls for more suitable camping sites along the busy North Coast 500 tourist route.
The importance of tourism to the Highlands and Islands’ many small businesses and communities should never be underestimated, for it touches everyone in a way that no other industry can. In short, life would be much emptier for most of us without tourism.
Drivers touring Scotland and the North Coast 500 have been urged to drive sensibly and park safely to avoid traffic collisions.
A company director has been found guilty of running down and seriously injuring two German motorcyclists after a three-and-a-half day trial.
A Porsche driver on trial accused of causing a horror crash on the North Coast 500 claimed another car was “playing chicken” with him just before the collision.
NC500 crash trial: witness describes seeing accused driver acting like ‘boy racer’ moments before accident
A witness has told a trial she thought the driver of a Porsche on the NC500 was a “boy racer” moments before a horror crash.
Two German motorcyclists yesterday relived a horror head-on crash with a sports car on the North Coast 500.
A gleaming cavalcade of classic, sports and super cars will stream past some of the north's most stunning sights as a charity drive returns for its fifth year.
Police have responded to the pressure of tourists on the NC500 with a level of visibility described as ‘unprecedented’ by Highland’s local policing commander.
Small business owners will gather in Inverness today to discuss ways they can “harness the spending power” of NC500 road trip tourists.
An Inverness fundraiser will roar round the North Coast 500 in memory his brother and his best friend.
A map to help communities interested in developing tourism in the North Highlands is now available online.
A busy section of the steepest single track road in the UK has become a pinch point for motoring tourists on the North Coast 500- with as many as 30 incident on the route this year so far.
Four men have been charged for allegedly racing at speeds of up to 128mph on a popular tourist trail.
Racing into the record books as former cancer patient becomes the first person to run the North Coast 500
An exhausted former cancer patient from Orkney has become the first person to run the 500 plus miles of Scotland’s answer to America’s Route 66.
A former cancer patient from Orkney was on course last night to become the first person to run the 500-plus miles of Scotland's answer to America's Route 66.
A tour guide has claimed the state of rubbish at one of Scotland's most iconic sights is "a disgrace".
A former cancer patient from Orkney is today beginning an attempt to become the first person to run the 500 plus miles of Scotland’s answer to America’s Route 66.
Residents living along the scenic NC500 route yesterday hit out at tourists driving dangerously and blocking roads.
A former cancer patient from Orkney is to attempt to become the first person to run the 500 plus miles of Scotland’s answer to America’s Route 66.