Police are appealing for witnesses after a hit and run incident in Lairg on Monday morning.
A human skull and other bones unearthed by workmen on a Highland estate could now prompt an archaeological probe.
Plans to develop a space port in Sutherland have hit a problem as a legal challenge was launched against the decision to approve the launch site.
Sunday's coronavirus figures showed an increase of 27 positive cases in the NHS Highland area.
Royal Dornoch has been crowned Scotland's best golf course 2020 at the World Golf Awards.
Europe's biggest war games have claimed an unusual casualty – nearly 900 pints of beer!
Nobody taking part in mountain sports has been made ill from coronavirus, says a new study being used to highlight the benefits of the outdoors.
A further 14 cases of Covid-19 have been detected in the NHS Highland area over the past 24 hours.
The biggest new hydro power scheme in the UK in the last 30 years has been approved in the Highlands.
The total number of Covid-19 cases in the NHS Highland area reached 700 as a further 19 positive tests were recorded in the most recent 24-hour period
There were 13 new Covid-19 cases recorded in the NHS Highland area in the past 24 hours.
HMS Queen Elizabeth, the first of the Royal Navy's new aircraft carriers, is to take part in Europe's biggest war games off the Scottish coast.
A basking shark tagged off County Clare in Ireland has been re-sighted months later off the west coast of Scotland looking for a mate.
Far north MP Jamie Stone is pressing for repairs to the dilapidated Cape Wrath road.
As the north of Scotland tries to deal with an influx of visiting campers, Mountaineering Scotland CEO Stuart Younie looks at how to tackle the issues
Huge swathes of the National Cycle Network in the Highlands are to have their official status removed as part of a review.
KAYAKERS and canoeists are being urged to get back on the water with caution and to keep clear of man-made structures at hydro power sites.
Hill walkers and climbers have been reassured that they should not be penalised if they have to call on the services of a mountain rescue team.
A leading cycling charity has teamed up with farmers to urge rural road users of all types to keep safe this summer.
We want to shine a spotlight on those people who are going above and beyond to help others at this terribly difficult time.