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A bus fire has closed a Highland road.
Moves are being stepped up to strengthen economic links with Inverness' twin city, Augsburg, Bavaria.
A Highland youth pipe band has become European Champions.
Woodlands and forests across the North of Scotland have been recognised at a top national awards ceremony.
A fire broke out yesterday in the engine room of a fishing boat in the north west Highlands.
Plans have been submitted to Highland Council to erect a new 'blue light' emergency services telecommunications mast in Lochaber.
Three drivers have been caught speeding at more than 100mph as police clamp down on dangerous motorists.
Hundreds of nursery and primary school children are set to benefit from a radical new scheme to help combat poverty in the Highlands.
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 damning survey has revealed the Highlands, Orkney and Shetland have the worst broadband speeds in the UK.
A new service which removes the need for relatives to inform several agencies after a death has been launched in the Highlands.
Concerns have been raised by union bosses that ambulance workers could be called to work during their holidays to cover major incidents and events.
A Fort William student was invited to lunch by the founder of the world-famous Glastonbury Festival as a reward for his hours of hard work - helping to maintain thousands of loos.
A retired engineer has made a "friend for life" after rescuing a church minister who nearly drowned.
A man has been reported to the procurator fiscal for allegedly speeding at 114mph on the A96 between Inverness and Nairn.
A fire has broken out in the engine room of a fishing vessel in the north west Highlands.
Plans have been lodged for the creation of a new hotel along Oban's front street on a site which has lain empty for several years.
Parishioners had a glimpse of the future yesterday with the unveiling of ambitious plans to transform their Highland church.
Council chiefs are maintaining pressure on Scottish Government ministers to scrap the proposed switch of the police control room in Inverness to Dundee.
The untold stories of a family home, which is now owned by the National Trust for Scotland, will be revealed in a fascinating exhibition.
Future election duty could prove a winner with Highland Council staff, who may get an extra half day off as a reward.
Finance chiefs have revealed Highland Council is facing a funding black hole of between £130million and £187million.
Two feisty birds have caused work on a giant substation at a new Highland wind farm to grind to a halt.
Oban Lifeboat was called out to the aid of a yacht which ran aground in Dunstaffnage bay with three people on board on Sunday.
Work will start within weeks to create a new suburb of Inverness in a development that will create thousands of jobs.
Scotland's Transport Minister last night promised to tackle the problems on one of the most notorious roads in the Highlands - but warned that progress would not "happen overnight".
Unseasonable summer gales will sweep across the Highlands today - and ferry passengers have been warned they could face severe disruption.
Harry Potter fans are being encouraged to come to the Highlands and travel the real-life Hogwarts Express railway line as part of a 20-year celebration of the first book.
They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
Residents claim the grass is growing out of control in parts of Lochaber and nothing is being done about it.
A last-ditch attempt by Highland Council's leader to avert the closure of the police control room in Inverness appears to have failed.