A wild land conservation group claims that the Scottish Government's approval for the largest windfarm in the Highlands is a serious threat to conservation.
Climbers and hillwalkers claim tourists are shunning the Highlands in protest at the spiralling number of turbines in the area.
Climbers and hillwalkers are lobbying MSPs to protect Scotland’s mountains from renewable developments.
A senior councillor has warned that the Highlands will soon run out of room for windfarms.
A windfarm plan for the heart of globally important peatland was yesterday described “one of the most worrying” the RSPB has ever seen.
Plans to extend a Highland port, creating up to 2,500 jobs, were given the green light yesterday.
Plans for another new windfarm for the far north have attracted nearly 1,000 letters of objection.
Anti-windfarm campaigners yesterday called on an energy giant to withdraw its plans for 31 turbines on the edges of the Cairngorms National Park.
A public local inquiry into plans for a windfarm in Sutherland could be held before the end of the year.
The family of the Inverness victim of the helicopter crash said last night that his death had left a “deep void” in their lives.
A date has been set for the first stage of a public inquiry into a controversial windfarm in Sutherland.
THOUSANDS of jobs could be created under plans to make the north an international centre for wind turbine manufacturing - but only if port chiefs act quickly.
A NEW map has revealed the full scale of the windfarms explosion across the north and north-east - and led to calls for a moratorium on any more turbine projects.
HIGHLAND residents will see renewable energy in action as part of a unique festival in the region next month.
A LEADING engineer will help to create an offshore technology research and teaching centre in his new role as visiting professor with UHI.
A survivor of the helicopter crash that forced 18 oil workers into the North Sea has told of the ordeal for the first time.