Householders are being urged to check their gas and electricity bills after Ofgem lowered the energy price cap.
The firing range at Cape Wrath will be the focal point for part of the largest NATO exercise in decades next week as allied nations join forces.
Four Highland charities are set to receive new vehicles to help their community efforts thanks to a unique event that is marking its 40th anniversary.
Staff and residents at Pentland View in Thurso welcomed in the Year of the Dragon with a day of celebrations and activities.
The opening of the salmon season on the Forss Water was marked on Monday when around 20 people gathered for the occasion.
A love of the outdoors is one of the most attractive qualities in a potential partner for people in the Highlands and Islands, according to research.
Foxes are being blamed for killing lambs on Scottish farms and crofts where there was suspicion over badgers being responsible.
North Highland Harriers made their presence felt at the Scottish Masters Cross Country Championships in Forres at the weekend.
A Thurso Rotarian is hoping to “go out with a bang” when he steps down as president this summer – by running a trio of marathons.
Children at Mount Pleasant Primary School in Thurso enjoyed a celebration of all things Scottish when they marked the 265th birthday of Robert Burns.
The developer of a proposed five-turbine wind farm close to Thurso claims the scheme will improve biodiversity by improving habitats in the area.
A decapitated goose was shot and dumped on the banks of the River Thurso in a plastic bag, police have said.
Miller Academy Primary School was awash with tartan to mark Burns Day when a delicious traditional Burns Day lunch of haggis and sausages was enjoyed.
Rail campaigners are hoping that improvements to the Far North Line can start before the end of the year after a "friendly and constructive meeting".
Scotland's leading youth hostel organisation is looking for new board members who can inspire young people to experience the country at its best.
People are being given the chance to learn more about the buzzing sounds of summer in Caithness with an event focused on bumblebees.
A Highland MSP claims that people in the Highlands are being ignored as the far north is left to crumble.
Water bills are set to rise by nearly nine per cent from April.
Most businesses in the Highlands consider their links with the local community as either equal to or more important than their profitable growth.
Hundreds of litres of heating oil have been stolen from a property in Scrabster within the last week as people are urged to protect against crimes.