Politicians have criticised beleaguered north health bosses’ "disappointing" decision to postpone NHS Highland's annual review.
MSP Rhoda Grant
Seriously ill patients from the west Highlands and islands are enduring gruelling three-times-a-week trips of hundreds of miles for life-saving kidney dialysis – sparking calls for treatment to be made available locally.
Pressure is mounting on ministers to stop "shilly-shallying" over a notorious stretch of Highland road and give a start date for work.
The courageous efforts of a north-east helicopter winchman have been remembered on the 21st anniversary of his death.
Inverness Airport bosses are aiming to upgrade security measures at the city’s terminal to help improve check-in protocols for passengers.
Rail passengers in the north continue to face delays until the weekend as engineers continue to repair damage to the Highland Main Line in Perthshire.
Health bosses have apologised after a man from Skye waited almost two years for an eye appointment at Raigmore Hospital.
A city pensioner who has to travel to Newcastle to get treatment for a chronic condition has stepped in to campaign for people with similar conditions to get help closer to home.
Labour's new leader in Scotland has insisted the north and north-east will have a strong voice - despite her decision to appoint just one MSP from the region to her senior front bench team.
Councillors in Moray have been accused of making a decision that could hamper the future of a struggling hydrotherapy pool without having all the facts.
A man who credits a Moray hydrotherapy pool with restoring his ability to walk is appealing for councillors to reconsider a decision to cease its funding.
A top union official has claimed morale among police civilian staff in the north is so low they have become an "endangered species".