The pilot who died when his gyrocopter crashed into a field near Avoch on the Black Isle yesterday has been named as 67-year-old Paul Nichol.
CHEEKY learner drivers from across the UK are flouting lockdown rules and coming to the Highlands to take their tests.
The leaders of two Highland Council committees have praised the ongoing work to support children and families throughout the pandemic crisis.
Concerns have been raised that suspended flights and a reduced service at Inverness Airport will have a serious impact on the local economy.
A Covid-19 lockdown in England has led to British Airways suspending its service between Inverness and London Heathrow.
Brora is about to get a new post office after local resident Andrew Smith decided there was a need for it and looked into bringing it back.
The Scottish Government has issued new guidance for face coverings in schools.
Scottish author Val McDermid joins young people of Scotland for time capsule which will be opened in 2030.
The facility will serve Sutherland and at today’s meeting of the Highland Council members were given a progress update on the project.
The one-off grants of up to £50,000 will be available to businesses in both sectors through the £11 million Covid-19 Contingency Fund.
The short film will mark the spot where a Wellington bomber, carrying eight men, ditched into the ice-cold waters at 3.15pm on Hogmanay 1940.
A Highland museum has been overwhelmed by the response to an animated film which is narrated by Outlander star Sam Heughan.
The Exeter-based operator went bust in early March due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on passenger demand.
Police Scotland is appealing for witnesses after an armed robbery at a property which was carried out by five unidentified men near Kiltarlity.
The five-times Scotland's Strongest Man champion Luke Stoltman adds the UK log lifting record to his impressive list of strength achievements.
The data shows the region suffered 173 power outages in the past month with each incident lasting an average of 5.7 hours.
The Clean Up Your Act event was outside Barclays Bank, in Union Street, and was opposed to investment in fossil fuel financing.
Police have closed a stretch of the A82 following a two-vehicle collision.
The Raining’s Stairs development in Inverness city centre has been nominated in the housing crisis solution category of the British Home Awards.
A SECOND-hand bookshop buys stock from a variety of customers – including most recently the Highland News.