The Campervan and Motorhome Rental Operators Fund is being delivered by VisitScotland, on behalf of the Scottish Government.
A visitor management strategy with £1.5 million of investment will be at the heart of proposals being considered by Highland councillors today.
Veteran Scottish Labour stalwart David Stewart is retiring after three decades of service to constituents in the Highlands.
David Stewart has contacted the cabinet secretary for rural economy in a bid to secure the remaining funding needed to allow the project to go ahead.
Chairman, Innes Morgan from Thurso and vice chairman, Isaac Beckley from Glenurquhart said they were "ecstatic" about their new roles.
The company said it was still lobbying the government for relatives to be prioritised for vaccination.
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The Scottish Government says it has written to Barchester Healthcare asking it to adjust its view that people should be vaccinated prior to visiting.
A survey of dark skies and population density has found that the Highlands are considered the best place in Scotland to escape for peace and quiet.
New research to be undertaken in the Highlands and Shetland will explore how best to support the mental health and wellbeing of farmers and crofters.
The second half of one devoted whisky lover’s 'perfect collection’ will go under the hammer in a sale that is set to go down in whisky history.
The leader of Highland Council has formally written to the Local Government Boundary Commission rejecting its proposals.
The Scottish SPCA has revealed a 134 per cent increase in calls to its animal helpline to give up unwanted animals.
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A book published to mark the 300th anniversary of the birth of Prince Charles Edward Stuart, says modern depictions of the Jacobite are inaccurate.
Highland Council has issued more than 4500 vouchers and payments to parents and carers for free school meals and Covid Winter Hardship Payments.
The store in the Eastgate Centre will remain open to clear its stock, and if no buyer can be found, it will be closed in early 2021.
An open letter to Nicola Sturgeon has laid out a catalogue of tourism problems that are causing a growing sense of despair in north-west Sutherland.
Motorcycle charity Highlands and Islands Blood Bikes insists it was not transporting a medical bag containing Covid test samples found beside the A9.
A bag containing Covid-19 test samples was found near the A9 after it was meant to have been transported from Caithness General Hospital to Raigmore.