The first branch of a new science schools programme aimed at boosting employability in the Highlands is expected to be up and running by the end of the year.
Long-abandoned buildings at Wick harbour are to be rebuilt to serve a predicted business boom during construction of a massive offshore windfarm.
An Inverness housing developer has pledged to invest £20million in and around the Highland capital this year.
A huge former Highland fabrication yard has been sold in a £5million deal.
A neolithic history tourist boom could be the economic future of Caithness.
Plans for an £80million fish food processing plant on Skye could be approved next week.
A fishing boat sank within 7ft of a major gas pipeline off Shetland after its crew failed to hear a flood alarm, despite it going off for up to an hour.
A budget hotel operator has announced plans to create five new branches in the north.
Cabbies in the Highland capital fear they are being driven out of business amid a row over fares rises and a "free-for-all" they claim is costing them trade.
A staycation boom in the north has contributed to a high number of flight bookings for this summer, according to one airline.
The operator of the north's airports has been accused of putting public safety at risk by a trade union.
Historic buildings at Wick harbour have been sold to be used as a base for the Beatrice windfarm.
The scale of the operation involved in transporting hundreds of staff working to decommission Dounreay has been laid out by the nuclear facility.
Work is finally under way on a £10million retail park in Fort William, paving the way for a new supermarket and a Marks and Spencer food store to be open by next summer.
New figures have shown that the property market in the Highlands are continuing to recover, with the best results recorded in six years.
New funding will be used to attract lucrative cruise ship operators to Fort William.
Harvesting seaweed could become a major business opportunity for fisherman, according to the north's development agency.
Bosses at a north nuclear plant are preparing to shed up to 15% of their staff as part of a voluntary redundancy scheme.
Inverness Caledonian Thistle's relegation from the top flight of football could have a knock-on effect for the city's economy.
A north MSP has accused the Scottish Government of "ducking responsibility" after they refused to release ministerial correspondence about Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE).
Plans for a multimillion-pound upgrade at a Highland distillery have been recommended for approval.
Plans have been unveiled to give the north's biggest retail park a £13million facelift and create 180 new jobs.
The director of the multimillion-pound Inverness Campus is confident of making investment announcements in the coming months.
A £10million retail park in the centre of Aviemore has been given the go-ahead.
Business leaders in the far north have hailed the confirmation of a £2.6billion offshore windfarm as having the power to "transform" the region.
An acclaimed restaurateur has been honoured with a lifetime achievement accolade at a prestigious award ceremony.
The tourism industry in the north is in good shape to ride out the economic uncertainty of Brexit, according to Scotland's tourism boss.
Inshore fishermen in Shetland's north mainland were unable to access their shellfish boats on Wednesday morning after the islands' council put up a barrier preventing use of the dilapidated Toft pier.
A coalition of unions has warned of industrial unrest at Dounreay amid a dispute over pay.
The chief executive of an airline serving the north and many island communities has stepped down, prompting a worldwide search for a replacement.
Sleeper trains linking Caithness with the Central Belt could be on the verge of becoming a reality.
A former Highland MP has been appointed as the new chairman of VisitScotland.