Children in rural schools must be given the chance to learn scientific subjects, a new Holyrood report has said.
Police have confirmed that missing Stephanie Norman from Drumnadrochit has been found.
Strathpeffer residents are planning a facelift for their village’s historic square.
Details have emerged of a plans for trusted trader scheme by Highland Council.
A computer games competition has been launched for primary school pupils across the north and north-east.
Highland Council is proposing to build eight homes at Torvean, near the new golf course.
Highland head coach Davie Carson challenged his side to bring the performance to match their impressive National 1 results when they face bottom side Dundee HSFP tomorrow.
After reaching the quarter final of the Scottish Cup with a comprehensive 38-18 home win over Stirling Wolves last weekend, Highland return to league duty this weekend when they entertain Ayr in National 1.
Scotland faces a health and social care funding shortfall of almost £2 billion over the next few years unless services are reformed, the public spending watchdog has warned.
Highland roared back to winning ways with a 38-20 home win against Boroughmuir to the delight of Dave Carson.
Work to improve the road between Fort William and Inverness will take place next week.
A Highland heifer which reigned supreme in the ring at three northern shows this summer won the female championship at yesterday’s breed show in Oban.
More than 300,000 people across the north and north-east are among the most vulnerable to Brexit, Scottish Government analysis suggests.
An Aviemore restaurant has been granted a drinks licence despite concerns that noise and disturbance will increase in the area.
Selfless act of Highlanders celebrated: Anthony Nolan hails number of potential lifesavers on register from Highlands and Islands
As Blood Cancer Awareness month draws to an end, the life-saving stem cell charity Anthony Nolan has praised the number of people in the north now signed up to its register.
Aberdeen cycling projects, Moray’s electric bus service and a Highland car-sharing scheme are among 100 projects sharing a £2.3 million pot to support green transport.
The number of sexual crimes reported in Scotland has risen to the highest level since records began.
Unlicensed car dealers across the north and north-east have been the target of a crackdown by Trading Standards officers.
Stagecoach billionaire Dame Ann Gloag has signalled another attempt to develop her Highland estate by lodging early plans for visitor accommodation near Beauly.
The Scottish Government has been challenged over the lack of rural bank branches amid reports criminals are targeting businesses which have to store their own cash.
People in Inverness are being encouraged to get a free health check with the arrival of a mobile liver screening roadshow.
Detailed plans have been revealed for the new Highland Council ferry terminal in Uig.
A £3.4 million Scottish Water project to provide improved drinking water storage facilities for Nairn and Auldearn has been completed.
Jaguars will be descending on a north hotel for a show of a lifetime later on this month.
Highland staged the most remarkable comeback ever seen by head coach Dave Carson to get their National 1 campaign off to a winning start.
A fisheries fund has seen its scale of investment rise to more than £2 million.
Call are being made for a fatal accident inquiry into the death of a young man killed in a Highland loch last month after marine investigators signalled the end of their probe.
A social enterprise in Dingwall has started its own gin production as part of a £222,860 investment.
Householders in the north have been warned about bogus callers offering services such as landscape gardening in a bid to gain access to properties.
Highland head coach Davie Carson has warned his side to be braced for the step up as they begin their National 1 campaign away to Cartha Queen’s Park tomorrow.
A section of the A95 at Boat of Garten will benefit from £385,000 worth of resurfacing improvements starting next week.
A project to upgrade existing road signs along a stretch of the A9 at Tain will begin later this month.