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A man had a lucky escape this morning after the car he was driving left the road and rolled on to its side.
It sounds like a misnomer - but conservationists have found non-biting midges at a "Lost World" estate in the Highlands.
Storm Doris arrived in Scotland this morning as roads, schools and airports were hit by high winds and snow.
A former craft centre at a prominent site in Fort William could be demolished and turned into new council flats.
A pre-planning application has been lodged for a new £66million jail next to the biggest retail park in Inverness.
Fears have been raised that youngsters and animals could be harmed by Police Scotland policies surrounding their investigation of bird of prey poisonings.
Plans to create Scotland's first community owned school in the west Highlands are edging closer to reality as a fundraising bid nears its target.
Plans to locate Scotland's first purpose-built justice centre in Inverness are on the brink of being approved by councillors.
Thieves tried to break into the shop in a Caithness village.
An area of Wick Harbour was cordoned off after a vehicle fire in an industrial unit.
A long-awaited new rail station at Inverness Airport is poised to be given the go-ahead next week after more than a decade on the drawing board.
A switch of bus provider could leave purpose-built commuter homes on the Black Isle without a vital public transport link.
Land and property-owners impacted by the multibillion pound dualling of the A9 and A96 have been warned to brace themselves for compulsory purchases.
Winds of up to 75mph that battered parts of the northern Highlands yesterday will be followed by heavy snowfall in many areas today, according to forecasters.
A "brave, caring and witty" eight-year-old boy from Nairn has died following his second cancer battle.
Bomb disposal experts last night urged people to steer clear of suspicious devices after it was reported that a group of children were caught playing with a live war-time explosive on a Highland beach.
A lifeboat was called out twice in 12 hours in fierce weather conditions off the Argyll coast.
A busy Highland road has been closed after an accident near Boat of Garten.
Firefighters are tackling a blaze within a warehouse near Wick Harbour.
The Highlands enjoyed some good news yesterday in the shape of a planning bonanza with five major projects given the green light by the council in a single meeting.
A Cairngorms climbing instructor witnessed the horror of a young man falling 250ft yesterday, yards from where he was teaching rookies.
Police are appealing for information following a series of thefts and damage at a construction site at Brora.
It is hoped a Scandinavian touch will better prepare the Highlands for a jobs boom.
A man in his 20s has died after falling in the Cairngorms yesterday.
Fire chiefs are urging people to protect vulnerable relatives and neighbours by helping them organise a free home safety visit from the brigade.
A 33-year-old Inverness man was fined £200 at the city's Sheriff Court yesterday after admitting illegal possession of a lock-knife in a public place.
Part of a beach has been cordoned off after the discovery of a suspected unexploded device.
Plans for a new distillery in Ross-shire and a leisure facility were also backed by the planning committee.
Staff who work with pupils with additional needs in north schools are suffering worrying levels of violence and aggression, according to a new survey by Unison.
A Moray woman faces the prospect of days without fresh water as she completes a 400-mile trek across the desert.
High winds will cause disruption to ferry passengers today before Storm Doris makes its presence felt by bringing snow tomorrow.
One of the biggest cranes in Britain has arrived in Inverness and is poised to start lifting giant steel beams into place for the new River Ness bridge.