Scottish political leaders are urging David Cameron to use his influence to reverse a decision to close an emergency rescue centre in Moray.
David Stewart MSP
A Highland MSP has issued a "Keep calm" warning to party-goers ahead of today's festivities, dubbed "Mad Friday" by many.
Nicola Sturgeon has agreed to head up a cross-party campaign to save a vital Scottish search-and-rescue co-ordination centre.
Nicola Sturgeon will be urged to form a cross-party campaign to save a vital search-and-rescue base in Moray.
A north politician is urging Westminster to agree that a graduated licence scheme for new and young drivers should be piloted in Scotland.
A Highland politician is urging Highland Council to save a west coast swimming pool that is threatened by local authority spending cuts.
A lifeline link to the Highlands has been branded Scotland's "Cinderella" road and likened to routes in Third World countries.
A Highland politician has called for police and drivers to focus their efforts on reducing slow driving on the north's most notorious trunk toad.
A north road safety campaigner will meet with the UK Government to discuss introducing restricted licences for young motorists.
A north MSP has called for delivering a rail link at Inverness Airport to be made a higher priority.
Further devolution for Scotland could allow power companies to sweep away a controversial system that drives up electricity bills in the north and north-east.
Highland MSPs are due to raise the impact of higher electricity charges on people living in the north at Holyrood today.
Hundreds of foreign motorists caught speeding on north and north-east roads over a 12-month period have escaped punishment.
A Highland district may have to change its tourism branding if there is a Yes vote in the independence referendum.
A North MSP has called on the Scottish Government to re-route a charity bike ride which will bring 800 cyclists to the A82 Inverness-Fort William road next month.
Negotiations are at an "advanced stage" to breathe new life into a Ross-shire village.
Scotland's transport minister is being urged to intervene to stop a cycling event involving 800 people "causing chaos" on one of the north's busiest trunk roads.