Overnight road closures will be in place as work is undertaken at Appin in Argyll next week.
A 63-year-old man has been killed in a two vehicle road accident in Argyll.
One person has died and others have been injured in a two-car crash in the Highlands.
Icy weather and freezing temperatures caused disruption across the north yesterday with school closures and crashes.
A gritter driver had a lucky escape after his vehicle went off the road and overturned in sub-zero conditions.
A gritter left the road in the early hours of this morning near to Appin as workers worked tirelessly to treat roads ahead of the influx of commuters this morning, with temperatures dropping to around -3c overnight.
Two people appeared in Fort William Sheriff Court yesterday afternoon accused of a string of firearms offences, including having sawn-off shot guns and semi automatic weapons.
The community of a scenic Highland glen is celebrating a final victory after developers proposing to build a quarry there had their appeal rejected.
An area of hillside spanning about half a mile is on fire in north Argyll.
An Argyll country house could be turned into a luxury hotel as part of plans to convert the entire estate into a high-end tourism destination.
Developers proposing to build a quarry in a scenic Highland glen have been dealt another blow.
A busy road through Appin in Argyll will be closed on Sunday for up to 10 nights.
A controversial plan for a quarry by a nature reserve in a Highland glen has lead to an "unprecedented" number of objections.
A plan to put a quarry in a "pristine" Highland glen next to a nature reserve has been met with outrage.
The victims of a Lochaber slavery racket are to meet the local MP in a bid to stay in the UK.
The Crown is calling for the confiscation of money from the former owner of a Highland hotel who was jailed for human trafficking.
The former owner of a Highland hotel who was jailed for human trafficking has failed to have his conviction overturned.
A woman has described the horrifying moment she looked out of her house and saw the garage across the road engulfed by flames.
Firefighters have been battling a blaze at a garage on the main route between Oban and Fort William this morning.
A HIGHLAND businessman who treated four workers as modern day slaves has been jailed for three years.
A truck driver had a lucky escape when his fully-laden timber lorry crashed off an Argyll road this morning and overturned.
A former soldier burst into tears after a jury cleared him of abusing two boys.
An Argyll man has gone on trial before a jury accused of indecency towards two boys, allegedly after plying one of them with alcohol and cigarettes.
A woman has admitted committing fraud by pretending to be a registered nurse.