A historic wooden bridge crossing the Spey has reopened to traffic today after being closed for more than a week.
Police are extending a warm welcome to the thousands of Harley Davidson fans who have just started to descend on the strath
Two sessions will be held in popular village community hall to cover Kingussie and district
Highland Council has started an online consultation on the future of seven strath public payphones plus 100 others across the region
Walkers are being encouraged to make the most of the landscape – and themselves – in this year's "week".
The Society of Badenoch and Strathspey Artists are celebrating the success of their latest competition for all ages.
A total of 117 probationer teachers have been welcomed to the Highland Council ahead of work starting in earnest tomorrow.
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Concerns are being aired by observers after a plan was put forward to increase the stage pensionable age in Scotland to 75
Draft proposals for a new local plan have been submitted to Scottish Ministers
Newtonmore's annual Golf Week has been voted a resounding success despite the weather playing havoc with two days of competitions.
Badenoch Ladies headed to the Eilan – with The Dell a washout the previous day – to face Lochaber for the second match in a row.
Oban Camanachd entertained Kilmallie and won 4-0 with three second half goals from Daniel MacVicar.
Grantown Utd 4-0 Aviemore Thistle
Hopes of the Badenoch giants still facing one another in the Tulloch Homes Camanachd Cup are still alive.
The Highland Welfare Cup comes to the strath this Sunday with three local sides taking part.
The Rovers are on the hunt for some young players to bolster their ranks.
Newtonmore's shinty future is clearly in safe hands
Lesser known than some of the more popular Greek archipelagos, the Sporades is ideal for carefree island hopping, says Fiona Webster
Perfect for the barbecue or under the grill.
TV chef Ainsley Harriott goes back to his roots in his new cookbook.
Richard Meadows from the Great Grog looks at the impact the new drink driving limit is having on rural businesses
Hill runner Jenny Gillies takes in a trio of fine Munros in the Central Highlands as the weather gives glorious conditions on the tops
Hungarian DJ and producer plays Elgin Town Hall
Free event set for Thursday
Some tickets remain for Eden Court opening nights
The Leeds band offered up a slick, tight set as part of Live in the City.
The award-winning singer/songwriter comes to Inverness next week.
ArtyNess: Barbara Henderson is dealing with the dreaded question, 'what did you think...?'
With Tolkien, Shakespeare, others and you
The Feis Rois Ceilidh Trail's final concert takes place this Saturday.