An unholy row over the removal of a stone-built cemetery wall has inflamed a Highland community.
Windfarm watchers in the north have accused environmentalists of spinning the facts about the "extraordinary" success of recent green energy production.
Overnight roadworks this week will mean temporary closures on the A86 between Kingussie and Laggan.
Police are hunting a man believed to have committed a monstrous crime - by targeting a prehistoric treasure on Skye.
Highland Council’s leader has issued a rallying call for the Scottish Government, enterprise agencies and all councils to unite to avert a mass exodus of vital workers post Brexit.
An Inverness care home support worker has vowed he will never work in the sector again after he was censured by an industry watchdog for his behaviour with a client.
Fire chiefs last night defended the transfer of control rooms to Dundee - but admitted they were "rectifying" a number of systems and procedures following December's controversial shutdowns in Inverness and Aberdeen.
Residents in Inverness spoke yesterday of their growing concern about community safety in the wake of a series of tragic events in a confined area of the city.
A north politician is backing calls for a pedestrian crossing to be installed near a school at a busy A82 junction in Inverness.
A recently bolstered Highland lifeboat crew is on the lookout for more volunteers - for the busiest spell of the year.
An entire class of students has failed a higher course in the Highlands for a second successive year.
If it happened today, the chances are it would be a major disaster.
Windfarm operators have been paid a record-breaking £3.1million - for turning off their turbines for a single day.
A retired judge and one of the Queen's officials in Scotland was locked up behind bars by police overnight before appearing in the dock in his former court next day accused of being five-times the drink drive limit.
A revised Highland Council five-year Gaelic plan will go out to public consultation from next week.
New bus stops without proper pull-ins on one of the busiest routes in Inverness are an accident waiting to happen, according to community leaders.
A row has erupted after a new report claimed to prove that tourism has flourished in areas with windfarms.
Staff shortages mean a Caithness hospital is unlikely to accept new admissions for at least a month, it has emerged.
The north's police chief has been replaced after just a year in the job, it can be revealed.
A much loved cat is retiring from a Highland post office role after 22 years because the business is switching to a supermarket.
Anti-windfarm campaigners have warned of a legal challenge if a slimmed-down scheme near Beauly is approved.
Trading standards officers have warned residents on the Western Isles to avoid a Fifa World Cup online lottery scam letter that is circulating in the region.
Promoters behind the NorthCoast500 phenomenon are confident that a year of interruptions by nuclear convoys will not deter tourists.
A Highland woman heavily dependent on home care support spoke of her anguish last night at the prospect of possible industrial action.
Enforced change and numerous retirements at Highland Council will guarantee new faces at the region's biggest local authority next month.
The governor of Inverness prison spoken out about the new jail planned for the city.
A Highland hotelier voiced fears that rocketing business rates could be passed onto customers, giving the north a reputation as expensive, as this year's bills started arriving.
Searches continued over the weekend for a man feared drowned in a Highland loch.
Hairy Highland councillor Donnie Kerr was given a clean shave yesterday in the name of charity and showed no signs of sharing the same fate as the biblical character Samson.
The number of patient transfers by ambulance from Caithness to Inverness has almost doubled in five years, leaving greater reliance on crews from outwith the county.
A Western Isles heritage charity has won a £12,500 grant from a national retailer to help slash its power bills.