The north's university has launched a new degree course to help tackle a growing demand for eye care services.
Concerns about losing donated blood in transit have led to the cancellation of volunteer sessions in Stornoway.
The decision whether to grant planning permission for a new village near Aviemore has been delayed until later in the year.
The Inverness City Region Deal is starting to deliver according to Highland Council's infrastructure director.
A free tea dance aimed at tackling social isolation among senior Highland residents is to return for a second edition next month
A Culloden man who downloaded over 1,600 indecent images and videos of children had sentence deferred for a background report until August 10.
The man who died after falling from a cliff at an Orkney beauty spot was a visitor to the islands.
Conquering the digital divide could be transformational for Highland residents, according to a senior council official.
Two teenagers who heard a man talk about having a "taser" and three knuckledusters immediately reported the conversation to a nearby police station.
A bus fire has closed a Highland road.
A man has been seriously injured after an incident near an Inverness car park.
A man was killed after falling into the sea from cliffs in Orkney yesterday.
A Highland youth pipe band has become European Champions.
Residents of Inverness are being urged to seize a phenomenal opportunity" and help shape a new art installation on the shores of the River Ness.
A Highland haulage firm has been sanctioned for "compromising" road safety in the lead up to a road crash which claimed the life of a teenager.
A new service which removes the need for relatives to inform several agencies after a death has been launched in the Highlands.
Four people appeared at Inverness Sheriff Court yesterday in connection with an alleged disturbance in Alness on Wednesday night.
The long-serving leader of the Western Isles Council SNP group has chosen to stand down.
The chairman of Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) is to lead a new board implementing changes to development agencies across the country.
A "blank canvas" has been promised as a group of artists begin work to design a replacement for the controversial "tilting pier" project.
A major restoration of an historic Black Isle harbour has been permission to go ahead.
A man has died after taking unwell while walking on Skye.
The leader of Highland Council is to meet senior police officers this week to discuss the future of the Inverness control room.
An urgent plea has been made to islanders to open their doors ahead of the Western Isles' largest music festival.
Two elderly men have lost large sums of money after falling victim to bogus workmen
Reintroducing wolves to the Highlands may be a controversial topic - but not when it comes to the adorable latest arrivals at the north's largest wildlife park.
Gliders and leisure fliers have warned that their safety is being put at risk as the north's largest airport prepares to submit an airspace "grab" proposal to the authorities.
A 67-year-old Rosemarkie man who almost collided with two pedestrians as he tried to reverse into his parking space was fined £100 yesterday.
A 32-year-old woman who didn't realise her car insurance direct debit was not being taken was fined £200 at Inverness Sheriff Court yesterday for driving without insurance.
A 28-year-old father of two who became irritated by excessive noise coming from the upstairs flat was fined £200 yesterday for shouting and swearing at the occupants.
A Swiss holidaymaker badly injured his partner and himself when he drove his motorcycle into the path of an oncoming vehicle.
A man jumped to safety after a fire broke out in his first floor flat in Inverness.