Internationally renowned UK climber Fay Manners told an audience in Aviemore that she wants to encourage young women to follow their passion for sport
'Feisty species' project under the environmental microscope
The quality of bathing waters in the Highlands will see areas ranked from sufficient to excellent, according to forecasts issued by SEPA.
Three sites have been identified for return to wild after absence of more than four centuries
Agencies meet with representatives by a beaver pond
Four days of strike action by Scottish Water staff will begin as planned on Friday over a pay dispute, with "serious implications" for services.
200 million single-use paper cups are used in Scotland each year, of which only 4 per cent are recycled - but a Highland scheme aims to change that.
She says: 'The move could incentivise landowners to restore their degraded peatlands and create more woodland.'
Work party clear eyesore site and now BEAR Scotland will correct its sign
The Highlands has an opportunity to become “Scotland’s true gateway to nature” as an appeal has gone out to nominate Scotland's next national park.
Has anyone lost their cocks, ask Badenoch cyclists?
The Highlands' multi-agency emergency response to Storm Babet has moved onto the recovery phase – but its teams warn dangers still persist.