A Sutherland-based baronet who grabbed his 95-year-old mother by the arms and threw her to the floor while he was under investigation over his handling of her finances was fined almost £1,200.
A member of a gin dynasty who lives in Sutherland has appeared in court accused of assaulting his elderly mother.
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A controversial flag for Sutherland has been formally registered by the Court of the Lord Lyon – the official heraldry office for Scotland.
A Highland MSP has become the latest critic of plans to "re-wild" an estate in the north of Scotland.
A man is being treated for a head injury in hospital following a one-car crash in Sutherland.
A furious row has unfurled over the design of Sutherland’s new flag - with an centrepiece eagle described as looking more like a “budgie.”
A billionaire plans to restore an historic North Coast church which has become an eyesore on Scotland’s answer to America’s route 66.
A row has broken out after the wealthy owners of a Sutherland estate introduced charges for gold panning with claims that the precious ore is being sold on Ebay.
Plans have been submitted for a new outdoor viewing platform in the heart of the Flow Country in northwest Sutherland.
His guidebooks sold by the millions and are still considered “bibles” today.
Developers driving forward controversial plans for a new golf course in Sutherland have accused opponents of issuing a “mish-mash of inaccuracies and inventions”.
Residents in a Highland town have been left “dejected” after the council administration sidelined a much-needed sports hall in the pipeline for more than 25 years.
The developers behind the Coul Links golf course plans say a coalition of conservation groups are scaremongering over the project’s environmental impact.
A bird protection charity is the latest conservation organisation to object to plans for a new golf course at Coul Links in East Sutherland.
The redevelopment of the fire-ravaged centre of a Highland village square has its first business tenants.
Farmers and crofters are being invited to attend the next meeting of the Sutherland monitor farm, which will focus on developing a sustainable business.
The National Trust for Scotland has formally objected to the plans for a new golf course at Coul Links in Sutherland.
The company which owns a hotel beside Royal Dornoch golf course has backed the controversial Coul Links proposals - and announced plans for a £1 million hotel extension.
Supermarket giant Tesco has stopped delivering to a remote Highland community – but vans continue to drive through it to get to other rural destinations, an angry resident has claimed.
Eighty-five percent of local residents are now in favour of building a new championship golf course in East Sutherland, says the developer behind the plans.
The competitions in the 2017 Mod in Lochaber ended on a high note yesterday as a local choir lifted one of the top prizes.
Drink giant Diageo has hailed its £35million plan to revive a “lost” malt whisky distillery in Sutherland and another on the island of Islay as a “once in a lifetime opportunity”.
A school head allowed an unregistered teacher to take classes for a year and let an unvetted member of staff work with children.
Major plans have been submitted for a “world class” golf course which could make the Highlands Scotland’s third major golfing destination and generate hundreds of local jobs.
Schoolchildren in Sutherland are making round trips of more than 200 miles to see a dentist because of “staffing issues” manning a mobile service.
The cause of an accident at a cliff-top field last year which led to the death of a Highland shepherd is unknown and was unavoidable, a sheriff has said.
An off-duty coastguard has been reunited with the two young girls he saved from being swept out to sea on boogie boards.
An Iron Age home in Sutherland looks like it has been hastily abandoned after fire broke out.
Everybody has heard of black labradors, red setters and greyhounds.
Plans are being set in motion for a new 21 turbine wind farm in Sutherland.
Danish billionaire Anders Povlsen who owns almost a dozen estates in Scotland will take the Scottish Government to the Court of Session on Wednesday over a proposed wind farm which he considers a blot on the landscape.