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Four men have been arrested in connection with the alleged distribution of counterfeit banknotes.
Soaring numbers of visitors to Skye will be discussed at high level talks between a Scottish Government minister and the local MSP.
Ministers are expected to outline their views on the controversial transportation of radioactive material from a Highlands airport today.
Here are six stories you may have missed from Inverness Sheriff Court this week.
Education chiefs are poised to lodge plans for a new £45million campus to replace all of the schools in Tain.
A former shop manager who stole from her employer was labelled "a disgrace" yesterday when she finally paid the money back.
A campaign group is launching its own "baby boxes" for Highland mothers facing a 100-mile trip to Inverness to give birth.
A north jury heard yesterday how a woman put up a fight when a stranger who accosted her in a town car park and threatened to hijack her car.
A man who claimed he hugged his married lover has been found guilty of assault.
The crumbling condition of many schools in the north has been highlighted by new figures.
Councillors will revisit a wind turbine proposal for Caithness later this week.
Snow sports finally returned to Scotland's slopes at the weekend as a few hundred hardy skiers and boarders packed onto the limited runs available.
An NHS volunteer has called for staff at the north's busiest hospital to be given free bus travel to ease parking problems.
Overnight roadworks this week will mean temporary closures on the A86 between Kingussie and Laggan.
Another nationalist politician has demanded more public consultation on controversial plans for ship-to-ship oil transfers in the dolphin-friendly Moray Firth.
The "frightening" speed of cars through a village on the NorthCoast500 tourist route has prompted calls for a 30mph limit.
A watchdog is being set up after hundreds of people turned out to raise fears about the future of the Lorn and Islands Hospital in Oban.
A flu outbreak has forced the Highlands' main hospital to shut down a ward for several days.
Councillors will this week decide whether one of Scotland's top businesswomen can build a holiday home near Beauly.
The boss of the north's busiest citizens advice bureau has warned a 20% cut in funding would result in job cuts - just as more and more people need help.
Demand for the services of the Inverness, Badenoch and Strathspey CAB branch is at record levels.
An online appeal has raised almost £12,000 to support the family of a Black Isle man who died after being struck by a car on New Year's Day.
A ward at a Highland hospital has been closed to new admissions after a number of patients were diagnosed with flu.
The UK's most northerly mosque will open its doors to the public next month as part of an event offering outsiders an insight into Islam.
A land deal that would pave the way for a new £66million prison to be built next to the biggest retail park in Inverness is on the brink of being struck.
Highland health chiefs have admitted they may have to rely on the Coastguard helicopter to take pregnant women from Caithness to Inverness when bad weather hits.
Controversial plans to put an oil depot next to an Argyll travellers' site have been recommended for approval.
A former priest who taught at a Highland school will go on trial in May accused of a string of brutal assaults against his pupils with weapons including a spiked golf shoe and a hockey stick.
Residents of Oban and Dunbeg had the chance to discuss plans for a development of 600 new houses which will link the two communities.
The first Nando's restaurant in the Highlands will open within days as a £13million revamp nears completion at the north's biggest retail park.
Police, mountain rescue teams and the coastguard yesterday issued a joint plea to walkers and climbers to inform someone about their intended routes.
Detectives investigating the murder of Renee MacRae and her young son received several calls from the public in the wake of a recent appeal.