Two huge towhead structures were transported through Wick this morning as part of Subsea 7's latest pipeline bundle project for the oil and gas sector
A looming health crisis is in the offing if offensive and irresponsible wild camping is allowed to continue in the Highlands.
A new programme from Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) is calling on adventure tourism businesses to apply and grow their offering.
A £14m Hotel Recovery Programme was announced today, Wednesday July 29, by the Scottish Government's finance secretary Kate Forbes MSP.
Winterfest was due to be held on Saturday November 21, and attracts thousands of people to the area for a day of attractions for adults and children.
A TARIFF war on whisky will be a "jobs killer", a leading union has warned after urging the UK government to take action.
A NOTORIOUS eyesore will be brought back into meaningful use after work to renovate the derelict building begins next month.
FREE mentoring support is being offered to Highland businesses as they cautiously emerge from the coronavirus lockdown.
A PORT authority accused of blighting townsfolk’s lives with noise and light pollution has rejected claims it is ignoring local concerns.
A HIGHLAND bakery chain is hoping for an increase in sales as the region emerges from lockdown – after using cuts in VAT to lower prices.
Demand for accommodation on tourism route North Coast 500 (NC500) is booming following lockdown, according to a local provider.
Despite face coverings being mandatory in Scotland's shops, Eastgate Shopping Centre wants customers to keep smiling.