Athletes in the Outer Hebrides are being encouraged to apply to a travel scheme designed to assist them in progressing their sporting careers.
An independent school has lodged plans to tear down its science block to make way for a modern new sports building.
An Aberdeen coach, who works tirelessly to help young people thrive in basketball, has had her dedication recognised after being named Sportscotland's Young Persons’ Coach of the Year.
One of the north’s most dedicated sporting mentors has received a prestigious accolade for her efforts.
Olympic gold medal winner Sir Chris Hoy has helped launch a new partnership between the Scottish Association for Mental Health and Sportscotland to offer training to 400 active school coordinators.
Record numbers of youngsters are being sought to take part in one of the north-east's biggest sports programmes.
Moray’s own double Olympic gold medalist officially opens the region’s ‘game changing’ £12 million sports centre
Moray's own double Olympic gold medalist was the guest of honour as the region's new £12 million sports centre was officially opened.
Eight Shetland athletes are to benefit from funding from a local authority funded scheme designed to ease the burden of travel.
Two young sportspeople from Moray have been chosen to be sportscotland Young Ambassadors and will lead conferences across the country in September.
A new festival for adventurers is to take place in Inverness this spring.
One of Scotland’s leading golfers is determined to show the next generation that a daily battle with diabetes should not halt your sporting dreams.
It’s a little north-east school which has fewer than 50 pupils.
A teenager from Fortrose is to play a key role in developing sport across Scotland over the next two years.
The number of children taking part in sports sessions at Aberdeen schools has rocketed by almost one-third over the last two years.
The medals keep coming for Scotland at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
Team Scotland has clinched a double victory at the Commonwealth Games this morning.
Campaigners have warned the future of a £23million sports complex could be in jeopardy if councillors do not commit to it financially.
An Inverness-shire shinty side is one step closer to owning their dream clubhouse after receiving a string of generous donations from the public.
Groups and schools across the north-east have been awarded a share of more than £25,000 from the National Lottery.
The future of the only junior football team in Inverness has been plunged into fresh turmoil after ground-sharing plans collapsed.
Fears have been raised for the future of a popular north-east running club after news emerged the organisation faces a national funding crisis.
Sally Carns, of Aberdeen, is voluntary lead coach for Bucksburn Netball Club teams, and was named Community Coach of the Year by sportscotland.
A leading gymnastics coach from the Highlands has picked up a national award for his commitment to others.
Mountaineers have welcomed a new deal which has saved a vital forecasting service for at least the next three years.
SportScotland has insisted that a "high-quality" mountain weather forecasting provision will continue beyond the end of the year, saying they have "exciting plans" for the future.
A Scottish Government agency has been accused of putting the lives of mountaineers and snow sports enthusiasts at risk by axing funding for a respected weather forecasting service.
Teachers and pupils celebrated receiving a national award yesterday for their commitment to school sport.
Many an organisation has a vision to be world class. Yet for 33-year-old Darren Hide and his colleagues at the sportscotland institute of sport, it’s a buzzword with huge significance.
Members of Tain Table Tennis Club are now playing with top quality equipment which was used during this year's Commonwealth Games.
A new £40,000 initiative will be served up this week to get more people playing tennis in Inverness.
A planned regional sport complex in Inverness has been boosted by a pledge of cash by sportscotland.
Scotland's national agency for sport is investing £50million to "motivate and inspire" young people to participate in physical activities.