Councillors say that proposals to increase charges for community groups using schools could be a disaster for sport in the Highlands.
A injured walker was airlifted off a mountain in Wester Ross yesterday afternoon.
New attempts to find a missing Nairn guide dog have prompted fresh sightings, according to a charity.
Campaigners are urging councillors to heed their views before making a decision on a windfarm that will be visible from the north's busiest road.
NHS Highland needs to slash £43,000 from its spending every single day if it wants to balance its books by the end of the year.
More than 30 council staff in the north and north-east are earning more than £100,000 a year, according to new research.
Police have issued an appeal after a quantity of live lobsters were stolen from a Highland harbour over the weekend.
The leader of Western Isles Council has said he is "extremely concerned" about the prospect of ships carrying cargoes of nuclear waste close to the islands.
The president of a Highland marine science institute has been awarded a royal medal for his lifetime's work studying glaciers.
The head of a north-east kilt-making school has condemned a supermarket for selling cheap kilts and described them as "tartan tat".
Police are directing traffic after a vehicle broke down on a dangerous bend in the Highlands.
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A Drumnadrochit man who has volunteered for a number of community groups has been made an MBE.
A British Sign Language interpreter has translated for a Highland Council meeting for the first time.
Sutherland's own warship is almost ready to make waves again as a complete overhaul nears completion.
A Ross-shire man has been cleared of attacking a former neighbour with a hammer.
A new diesel store which will be used to keep the fire service on the road during a fuel crisis is among the improvements unveiled at a refurbished centre in Inverness.
Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire should have more councillors, while Highland and Moray should have less, the Local Government Boundary Commission has proposed.
Teenage drivers in the north are more likely to be involved in serious or fatal crashes than young motorists anywhere else in Scotland.
A man told a jury yesterday that he would have let a woman he is accused of abducting out of his car if he had known that she was uncomfortable.
A Scottish Labour candidate has won a seat on Argyll and Bute Council after an Oban by-election.
Health boards in Scotland have spent more than £500,000 buying maggots and other bugs since 2009.
A woman texted her sister to tell her she was afraid and locked in the back of the car, an abduction trial heard yesterday.
TWO dog walkers have told a court they confronted a man they saw dragging a "hysterical" woman towards a car on the outskirts of a Highland town.
Campaigners have hailed Highland councillors after they got tough with windfarm developers - before they had even lodged an application for turbines.
A major housing development in the outskirts of Nairn has been given permission, despite concerns over the layout of the site.
An Inverness youth choir teamed up with hundreds of other young singers in a Glasgow 2014 inspired event at the weekend.
A leading conservation body has voiced its support for the reintroduction of wolves to the Highlands.
A tanker that was at the centre of an airlift rescue drama off Inverness earlier this week has entered port as her captain recovers in Raigmore Hospital.
The crew of a 300ft tanker laden with road fuel have been praised for their level-headed response after their captain collapsed at the helm.
A masterplan which outlines where 17,000 homes and 11,000 jobs will be created in the Highlands has been approved by councillors.