A yellow 'be aware' weather warning has been issued by the Met Office, with snow and ice forecasted for the north and north-east today.
A land manager has warned rewilding advice from Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) could aid in the spread of future wildfires.
Icy weather and freezing temperatures caused disruption across the north yesterday with school closures and crashes.
Calls have been made for people to show more respect to marine wildlife in and around the Moray Firth, despite the number of incidents of disturbances to cetaceans decreasing in the past year.
A "family man" was killed after the car he was working on fell on him, crushing him as he lay underneath carrying out work.
Motorists travelling on the A9 between Dalraddy and Slochd can expect disruption from next week as work on the largest individual section of the A9 dualling project is set to get underway.
A vessel which dramatically grounded onto rocks on Saturday evening remained beached on the coast near Burghead yesterday.
More than 1,500 abandoned items of camping gear have been salvaged from the Belladrum Festival to help refugees.
Hundreds of students had their moment in the limelight yesterday yesterday at graduation ceremonies in Inverness and Elgin.
Hundreds of drivers have been caught using a mobile phone behind the wheel across the north and north-east - with motorists in the Highlands the worst offenders in Scotland.
Police have been visiting pubs across Moray to crackdown on violence during the festive period.
A fund worth almost £2million has been opened to celebrate The National Lottery’s 25th birthday.
An impressive final tally of more than £2,000 has been raised to aid research into motor neurone disease in memory of a Moray man who died from the disease.
A charity is urging people across the north and north-east to make befriending an elderly person a priority in 2020.
A contract worth more than £10million has been awarded to cull Scotland’s deer population.
Moray Art Centre has announced a fresh face will take up residence on its board, with Caroline Inckle joining as the organisation's new executive director.
A marine wildlife tourism study, designed to shape the management methods of projects across Scotland, will use the Moray Firth as its primary focus.
Engineers have been called in to the Cairngorm funicular railway as restrictions are placed on the popular attraction’s running times.
Calls for better payments to foster carers across the north have been made after it emerged that Highland Council is the lowest provider of allowances across the nation when it comes to children under the age of 11.
Coastal communities across the north and north-east will benefit from millions of pounds in funding to enhance their local areas.
Moray’s own double Olympic gold medalist officially opens the region’s ‘game changing’ £12 million sports centre
Moray's own double Olympic gold medalist was the guest of honour as the region's new £12 million sports centre was officially opened.
Delight as schools across the north finally given go ahead following future schools funding announcement
The long-awaited Tain campus, replacing four schools in Ross-shire, has finally been given the go-ahead.
Following the launch of a pioneering Highland delivery scheme, operators Highland Parcels, an arm’s length delivery service of Menzies Distribution, have reported strong demand from both private and commercial customers.
Property prices in the north have risen for the fifth quarter in a row, largely due to the popularity of Airbnb, with the average price of a Highland home now standing at a staggering £177,634.
A Coastguard search and rescue helicopter yesterday assisted in an incident south of Aviemore where two kayakers found themselves in difficulty.
They are cute to the power five.
The public can now have their say on the five-mile - and most northerly - stretch of road in the A9 dualling programme.
A city pensioner who has to travel to Newcastle to get treatment for a chronic condition has stepped in to campaign for people with similar conditions to get help closer to home.
Controversial top secret flights carrying Dounreay’s deadly nuclear waste from Scotland to the USA resumed at the weekend.
Action has been taken against retailers in Moray after large numbers were found to be selling potentially harmful vaping products to children.