ScotRail has reduced the time needed to arrange assisted travel to as little as two hours before passengers make their journey.
A steam railway crossing barrier at the north end of Aviemore is being recommended for approval tomorrow.
A man is expected to appear in court following Wednesday's road crash at Laggan.
An international business expert who has successfully brokered multi-billion pound deals is hosting a negotiation masterclass in the region.
Police in the Highlands are to use drones in their searches for missing and vulnerable people from May.
Glenfeshie Estate owner Anders Holch Povlsen and his wife Anne have lost three of their four children in yesterday's Easter massacre in Sri Lanka.
PLANS to take Cairngorm Mountain into community control have been given a huge boost with major funding approved to help launch the bid.
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Gamekeepers, families and villagers have said they are astonished by the scale of rural littering they have collected in a spring clean.
Fire chiefs have issued a new warning about the threat of wildfires after a spate of blazes in the Highlands during the prolonged dry spell.
THE Grantown-based British Association of Snowsports Instructors has helped highlight Brexit’s risk to their sport at a major international event.
Grantown Guides made quite a splash at this year’s annual swimming gala in the Aquadome.
A PUPIL from Newtonmore Primary is celebrating after success in a Highland schools cross-country race.
A VERY happy band of Badenoch Angling Association enthusiasts gathered recently to celebrate the start of their season.
THE Eilan was no place like home last Saturday for Newtonmore, as their auld rivals ran out 3-1 winners.
A QUARTET of talented young skiers from Carrbridge Primary School delivered great performances at the recent Green Mountain Indoor Races.
Rothiemurchus and Aviemore Tennis Club netted a guest player when Badenoch MSP Kate Forbes visited to check out progress on the new all-weather court.
GB slalom star Charlie Guest has notched up the first Europa Cup win of her career.
A more reality-based drama about a failing pub than last year’s fairytale-inspired debut was this year's Inverness Student Drama Society play
WEB EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: To say that Tamzene’s next few months are stuffed would be an understatement.
Neil Lancaster's original plan was to write a police procedural novel
The Highlands’ biggest festival launches its first Belladrum on the Road tour in May.
The choral will perform Haydn’s Mass in D minor – the Nelson Mass, and John Rutter’s Magnificat on Saturday
The fact that a sold out Highland stand-up comedy showcase exists at all is something worth savouring.
Releasing his debut album this month has been a long road for Dougie Mackenzie.
In her latest ArtyNess column, Liza Mulholland still has the drive to take her musical life up a gear