People across the north and north-east are being urged to sign a petition calling for more funding for brain tumour research in a drive to reach 100,000 signatures.
A north MP has put pressure on the UK government to guarantee improved mobile phone coverage in the Highlands and islands.
UK Energy Minister Andrea Leadsom has rejected north MPs' latest call for a national market for electricity distribution.
More than 100 MPs from across the political spectrum have now signed a parliamentary motion calling for the mandatory installation of CCTV in UK slaughterhouses.
Energy Secretary Amber Rudd has ruled out any change to the electricity transmission arrangements which mean consumers in the Highlands and islands pay higher prices.
The Ministry of Defence has been accused of "riding roughshod" over fishing communities with a plan to expand its submarine testing site off the west coast of Scotland.
The UK Government will not consider legislating to ensure uniform delivery charges across the whole of the country, a business minister has indicated.
Higher electricity prices paid by consumers in the north and north-east have been described as "grossly unfair" as Highland MPs met with provider SSE for talks.
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie will lead tributes to the late Charles Kennedy at a public memorial service later this month.
The UK Government is being urged to create a national market for electricity distribution to end the unfair "penalty" on consumers living in the north of Scotland.
Former First Minister Alex Salmond has criticised a "novel solution" put forward by a Tory backbencher for reverse devolution if Scottish MPs vote on English-only matters.
Five of Scotland's MPs employ a family member who is paid by parliamentary expenses - despite a recommendation by the body which advises the prime minister on ethical standards that the practice be ended.
The SNP appear on course to defeat one of the Liberal Democrats biggest names in the Highlands.
General Election 2015: Lib Dems accuse north SNP candidate of “uninvited intrusion” into Charles Kennedy’s office
The Liberal Democrats have accused an SNP candidate in the Highlands of “bullying and intimidatory behaviour”.