A Highland warrior known as the "Fighting Mac" will be commemorated next month.
A 28-year-old Easter Ross man who downloaded and distributed indecent images of children was told he would be jailed at Inverness Sheriff Court yesterday.
A Highland town could be in the running to become Scotland's marine sports capital if ambitious plans to revamp its harbour are realised.
A Highland community has been granted planning permission to rebuild an historic graveyard.
The preferred route for one of the most challenging sections of the A9 to be dualled will be revealed next month.
An emergency summit is planned for Highlanders facing "extraordinary" increases in business rates.
A man has died after being hit by a car while walking along a Caithness road.
A rural watch scheme has been launched in an Argyll community.
Police who raided Richard Matthews' house uncovered a small cannabis cultivation enterprise.
An animal charity is seeking new volunteers to raise money in Sutherland.
A Sutherland care home has received a glowing report from Scotland's care regulator.
A heat-seeking camera is being used by an Argyll community to search for a missing family dog which may me trapped down a rabbit hole.
Muscle men and women across the Highlands will gather soon to compete in a national qualifier bodybuilding contest in Inverness.
A new bridge which will give thousands of walkers access to Ben Nevis has been lowered into place.
A 32-year-old Grantown man grew up to £21,000 of cannabis in the loft of his home.
A team of Highland coastguard rescuers with nearly 200 years' experience between them has quit.
The driver of a car which struck a pedestrian at a Wick garage was so concerned about it that he later gave her a bunch of flowers as well as an apology.
A newly built bridge on the Road to the Isles has opened to traffic.
Two groups who regularly clash on outdoor issues have joined forces to press for more protection for the Scottish landscape.
Plans for an £80million fish food processing plant on Skye could be approved next week.
A man who attempted to hijack a woman's car and violently resisted police trying to arrest him, was yesterday jailed for thirty months.
Sentence was deferred for a background report on an Aviemore man who threatened to cut the neck of a woman while holding a hacksaw.
A Black Isle community has written to seven leading care home providers in a desperate plea to build a much-needed facility in the area.
A group which has campaigned against changes to maternity provision in Caithness has agreed to "set aside" their differences and work with NHS Highland.
Parking enforcement officers have dished out 20 tickets in the first 24 hours of the new parking permit clampdown at Highland Council's headquarters.
Students targeting a career in golf have teed up lessons from international industry experts attending a major conference in Inverness
A pair of rescue cats who "fell in love" in the care of an animal charity are looking for a permanent home.
It is now "almost impossible" to find a mountain from which a wind farm cannot be seen, according to a senior mountaineering figure.
Here are four stories from Inverness Sheriff Court you may have missed this week.
Firefighters in the Highlands are now battling a second wildfire with a two-mile front.
Two lorries have collided at a junction in the West Highlands.
More than 50 people gathered yesterday for a poignant ceremony to mark the 325th anniversary of the Glencoe massacre.