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A family-run Highland tourist attraction destroyed by fire last year has been granted planning permission to rebuild.
A new traffic management plan to ease congestion on Oban's ferry pier will be "a nightmare", according to a businessman who owns two restaurants at the site.
An emergency care unit at a hospital in Caithness has fully reopened.
Highland health campaigners are heading to Holyrood with a 5,000-signature petition demanding better services.
A man who was allegedly slashed by his partner with a sharp object gave several different versions of who inflicted the blow.
Plans to cut £100million out of NHS Highland's budget over the next three year will be outlined to the health board next week.
An ambitious scheme to bolster tourism by creating the north-east's answer to the North Coast 500 has been given a boost of more than £300,000.
A 34 year old Inverness man struck his partner with a rolled-up magazine and burst her eardrum, Inverness Sheriff Court heard yesterday.
A businessman ended up in court after he clipped a fellow entrepreneur while driving past him on a single-track road.
Drivers caught using a Lochaber school bus route as a rat run will be hit with on-the-spot penalties from police.
A group of Inverness schoolchildren were "all safe and well" last night after receiving a guided tour of the Houses of Parliament just a day before the terror attack.
A north MP has spoken of the "shocking" moment he witnessed the horrific terrorist attack unfolding inside the Houses of Parliament yesterday.
A new addition to riverside fixtures in Inverness has been celebrated, demonstrating the talents of a local charity.
The fate of local decision-making at Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) is due to be revealed by Scottish ministers next week.
Here are four stories you may have missed from Inverness Sheriff Court this week.
He spent his "working" hours cheering up those who just needed a best friend to spend some time with.
City chiefs are aiming to unveil the newly-gleaming exterior of the Inverness's historic Town House as early in the summer tourist season as possible.
A "deeply worrying" report has been published following an inspection of the education service at Argyll and Bute Council.
A plan to turn the 90-mile route between Blairgowrie and Grantown into a tourist attraction is poised to reach a new milestone.
A man who died after falling into a burn in Argyll this week has been named as retired university lecturer Dr Ron Thomson.
Major roadworks at Dunbeath in Caithness are likely to cause delays in and around the town from this morning - for the next five and a half weeks.
A pensioner who spent the night on Ben Nevis in blizzard conditions is being treated in hospital after his ordeal.
A young mother is on trial for attacking her partner with an unknown weapon after they fought over a missing wallet.
A leading Inverness estate agent has predicted that completion of a new £55million road could send house prices soaring in the west of the city.
A well-known Highland brewery has lodged plans to transform a historic Inverness city centre building into a new craft beer bar and restaurant.
The devastating consequences of Thomas Wainwright's driving led police to issue a statement.
A drink driver who killed a young island vet in a horror head-on collision is facing a lengthy jail sentence.
Police are appealing for help in tracing a missing Highland man.
A 71-year-old walker, missing overnight, is being airlifted to hospital from Ben Nevis where he was traced this afternoon by Lochaber Mountain Rescue Team.
Police have issued an appeal for help as they try to trace a missing pensioner in the Highlands.
One of the most high-profile local politicians in the Highlands has called for an end to "council bashing" as he prepares to bow out from the authority.
The public will be consulted on the new proposed location for a £66million jail in Inverness next week.