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A Highland woman is to cycle from Land's End to John O'Groats in support of an animal charity.
Keepers at Highland Wildlife Park will today unveil a new breeding complex to help the rarest big cat species in the world - but they will be kept out of sight.
Organisers of a popular book and arts festival in Nairn still need to find £2,000 by the end of the month to save the event.
Plans for a new 60-bed hotel on an eyesore site in Aviemore look set to be approved next week.
The mass poisoning of birds of prey in the Black Isle "brought shame on the Highlands" according to a local MSP.
It was a cherished possession that he assumed had disappeared down a 1,500ft drop in the Cairngorms, never to be seen again.
A Highland hotel is at the centre of a row involving a high-profile SNP election candidate in Edinburgh.
Scottish ministers could deliver a massive economic boost to the Highlands and islands by slashing the cost of flights to the region.
One person was left seriously injured last night following a crash between a lorry and two cars in an area of roadworks on the A9 Inverness-Perth road.
A section of a busy Highland road has been closed following a crash involving a lorry and two cars.
An Inverness mother was caught by police with more than 100g of heroin hidden in her underwear, a court heard yesterday.
A masterplan for a 600-house development between Oban and the village of Dunbeg will go before Argyll and Bute Council's planning committee next week.
A prize of £1,000 is up for grabs in a charity draw being organised by Oban RNLI.
Hundreds of cyclists are expected to converge on Inverness tomorrow to promote active travel.
A former council office in a Badenoch village could be set for a new lease of life as an arts studio.
Plans have been approved for the first phase of a world-class shooting lodge and spa in the Highlands which could create in excess of 100 jobs.
Police are considering a complaint that a Highland Council election candidate adopted a new surname to feature more prominently on ballot papers.
The battle to save the 250-year-old Fort George garrison from the axe has been re-ignited at Holyrood.
Willie Rennie has revealed the Liberal Democrats will target the late Charles Kennedy's former seat in the general election.
More than 60 jobs are being axed at Lifescan Scotland's Inverness facility - and most will work their last shift today.
A major police investigation into the mass poisoning of birds of prey in the Highlands has been dropped.
Here are the key events in the investigation:
Parents of Highland boy who died following second cancer battle to fundraise for community in his memory
The parents of an eight-year-old boy from Nairn who died following his second cancer battle are to start fundraising to help build a special family area in their community.
A Highland road has been closed after a crash close to Loch Ness.
A former north PE teacher diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in her 30s is gearing up for a gruelling cycle around Loch Ness, to raise funds for a charity which helps people with neurological problems.
Two talented Highland sisters have proved that perfection is possible even with limited practice, after taking centre stage at New York's annual tartan spectacular.
A new overnight care-at-home service is to be trialled in Inverness to ease pressure on hospital beds.
A community group which provides support and advice for the disabled and elderly claims its concerns about a new housing development are being ignored.
A fishmongers on Oban's Railway Pier says its business is being threatened after ScotRail put a barrier up on the pier and continually refuses its customers entry.
A temporary solution to a row over bus stop signs in Fort William has been criticised as "dangerous".
Inspectors have issued eight recommendations to improve a learning disability facility in Inverness amid concerns over delayed discharges.
A heartbroken family will be removed from their Highland home, put in taxis bound for an airport and deported in a fortnight's time.