A £1 million project to provide new toilets and extend the car park at a popular north-west Sutherland beach will start later this month.
SCHOOLS across the Highlands are being affected by bad weather again today (January 18).
The two-part documentary airing over the festive season follows the folk-rock band's road to musical success over a challenging but triumphant year.
Far north school Melvich primary has achieved its first Green Flag accreditation after the "fantastic" addition of a timber tunnel in the playground.
Households will get an extra bin as part of the changes which aim to increase the amount of waste recycled while saving money for the service.
An abandoned grey seal pup is in the care of a Caithness rehab centre after being thrown a lifeline thanks to a network of Highland rescuers.
The far north railway line was damaged between Brora and Helmsdale during Storm Babet, leaving passengers facing significant disruption this week.
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Peat and Diesel to hold Black Isle Belter weekend extravaganza over the 2024 May Bank Holiday, in aid of MikeysLine, and MFR CashForKids.
A 17-year-old reporter attempted to buy vapes underage from stores in Inverness city centre. This is her story of what happened
Coaching is on offer for boards of Highland youth work organisations, to enable better support for young people involved in social enterprises.
People have been urged to be on the lookout for conmen in Caithness after one couple was almost left £600 out of pocket from a cold-calling scam.
Iona MacDonald joined Highland News and Media last summer. Here, the 17-year-old shares her experience of the debate as part of the social media team
MSP Maree Todd is urging people to donate to emergency relief charities, as Türkiye–Syria earthquake death toll rises to 30,000.
MP Jamie Stone says he is proud that Ukrainian refugees in the Highlands 'have been welcomed so warmly into local communities'.
Age Scotland is encouraging older folk to look for new groups to get involved with in 2023.
The £5m Investment, including roll out of request–stop kiosks on the Far North Line has launched.
The report also discussed the recently implemented support groups in Caithness, due to a high–number of suicides in the area.
ScotRail services will be significantly disrupted this week during the latest round of strike action by RMT members of Network Rail.