Police are appealing for information following the theft of tractor batteries from an agricultural building in the Forsinard area in Sutherland.
The 35th Highlands and Islands Music and Dance Festival takes place in Oban this year with hopes high for a boost in competitor numbers.
North and north-east businesses have a raft of economic data to chew over this week.
One of the biggest youth organisations in the country is struggling for numbers in the north of Scotland.
A group of Catholic parents in Argyll have claimed their children are being discriminated against - after being barred from the school bus.
Homeowners in the Highlands and Moray have halved the proportion of their disposable income that is going on mortgage payments in the last decade.
A new linkspan is to be built at Oban ferry terminal and Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL) is seeking a principal contractor.
Shocking proposals to close care homes and privatise services, potentially leaving elderly people looking for new homes and threatening 400 jobs across Argyll and Bute, have emerged.
Scottish musical icons, The Proclaimers, challenged to change their tune and celebrate jobs in the Highlands
International entrepreneur challenges Proclaimers to change their tune and help celebrate the hundreds of jobs created in the Highlands.
The final touches for Oban’s new £1.6million harbour building are being completed this week.
A fire aboard a 500-tonne live fish carrying vessel yesterday resulted engine failure and a call-out for a local lifeboat.
A row has broken out between conservationists and land managers after another satellite-tagged golden eagle disappeared in the northern Monadhliath Mountains.
A chef who carried out a "vicious" attack on his partner by stabbing her repeatedly with a knife was jailed for four years and four months yesterday.
Almost 300 inmates from across the Highlands are in jail hundreds of miles from the north because Inverness prison – one of the oldest in the country – is too small.
A former army cadet pleaded guilty to being in possession of an airgun without a certificate yesterday.
Plans for a £25million project to address mobile phone "notspots" were announced at the Convention of the Highlands and Islands yesterday.
The Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival reaches new international audiences as awards judging sessions hit the road.
High school pupils and staff in Oban are preparing to move into their new £36million building.
Protests took place throughout the Highlands at the weekend in towns and villages which are facing the loss of their local RBS branches.
A Highland village which is already the location of 29 electricity pylons has launched a campaign against plans to install a further 25 through the area.
The Easter Ross communities of Milton, Kildary and surrounding areas are set to receive better mobile coverage and improved internet connectivity.
Scottish music legend Donnie Munro and his band are to headline the Best of the West Festival at Inveraray Castle in Argyll.
The Gairloch community has taken to its beaches to demonstrate against Scottish Water’s plans to downgrade the current water treatment works to a system that will produce a dirtier discharge into the waters of Loch Gairloch.
Operations at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness have been postponed once again due to a combination of dust contamination and flooding that shut down theatre lifts.
A Highland schoolgirl who publishes her own magazine was shown around the DC Thomson HQ yesterday after appearing in the pages of the Press & Journal.
A 26-year-old bit a chunk out of his partner’s cheek in a jealous temper, a court has heard.
A council has been threatened with legal action over its proposals to sell its own aviation fuel at Oban Airport.
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson warned of GP shortages across the north and north-east yesterday as she clashed with Nicola Sturgeon.
The first milestone has been reached in a £1.1million culvert replacement project on a busy Highland road.
The family of murdered bookkeeper Suzanne Pilley spoke for the first time yesterday in the hope that her missing body will be found.
The B9176 Struie Road at Newbridge, Ardross remains closed to all traffic while work continues to clear fallen debris and stabilise the slope.
Scottish Water has lifted restrictions which were put in place on the water supply serving around 50 properties in Dalwhinnie in the Highlands.