Walkers have swamped a Highland mountain which stars in a Sheila Hancock movie in a bid to follow in the actress’s footsteps.
Councillors will finally decide next week on plans for the controversial Coul Links golf course in east Sutherland - with officials continuing to recommend refusal.
The remains of what is believed to be a 2000-year-old wolf has been discovered in the Highlands.
A community in Sutherland have successfully secured 3,000 acres of crofting estate after receiving a £273,025 grant from the Scottish Government.
A driver who plunged to his death from a bridge with a defective parapet was 30% to blame for the tragedy, judges have ruled.
Councillors yesterday signalled they will go against their planning officials by voicing unanimous support for the controversial Coul Links golf course in east Sutherland.
Sutherland police are appealing for information following the theft of two flags from Golspie War Memorial.
A Sutherland rower has had to be rescued off the New Jersey coast - just four days after beginning his attempt to cross the North Atlantic in a wooden boat he built himself.
One of Scotland’s most picturesque “hidden gem” beaches has seen almost 5,000lbs of plastic removed by volunteers.
Councillors face a huge decision next week after their officials recommended refusing the controversial Coul Links golf course in east Sutherland.
Brora residents must wait an undefined time to see repairs done on what’s been branded “the worst road in Sutherland”.
Golspie High School is making progress in becoming more inclusive and achieving, its head teacher told Highland councillors yesterday.
It could have been a comedy sketch from “Carry on Camping” when a 77-year-old pensioner decided to move his van in the middle of the night.
A Lochinver man set to embark on a 3,500-mile journey from New York to his home in Sutherland faces a nervy wait to discover if his DIY boat will arrive in time.
A top London restaurant is to open its doors in the Highlands at the former “Harrods of the North”.
Tourism projects totalling around £3million are being developed in Sutherland by a company owned by Danish billionaire Anders Holch Povlsen, its chief executive has said.
Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Tourism and External Affairs Fiona Hyslop MSP has opened a viewing point at Castle Varrich in Sutherland following £360,000 of restoration works.
Volunteers have disposed of two boats full of rubbish from a remote nature reserve on an island on the west coast of Sutherland.
Regular visitors to the Caithness and Sutherland agricultural shows will have to choose between them this summer as they go ahead on the same day.
Hundreds of tonnes of stone and gravel will be carried by helicopter to the high slopes of a community-owned mountain in Sutherland this week.
The body of a man has been recovered on the River Oykel in Sutherland.
Two wind turbine developments in the Highlands have been rejected by Scottish ministers in a move approved by the John Muir Trust charity.
Searches are ongoing for a fisherman reported missing in the River Oykel area of Sutherland last night.
A church has officially blessed a Sutherland pub in the first move of its kind in Scotland.
Firefghters have contained a fierce wildfire which broke out at the top end of Strath Naver in north Sutherland.
The organiser of a petition calling on Highland Council to reverse the threat of closure of public toilets on Scotland’s answer to America’s Route 66 says he is “staggered” after it attracted more than 2,500 supporters in a week.
Police Scotland have confirmed that a man has been reported in connection with a series of crimes of dishonesty in the Highlands last year.
A Highland tourist attraction once owned by former Harrods boss Mohammed Al Fayed has suddenly closed its doors.
Police are appealing for information following the theft of tractor batteries from a farm in Sutherland.
A research buoy used for monitoring ocean climate conditions in the sea close to a north Atlantic glacier has been found washed up in Sutherland.
Highland Council is preparing to make a special case for extra capital funding to repair roads affect by winter weater as drifting snow continued to close routes in parts of the north yesterday,
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.