Police Scotland are seeking information to help trace a young man reported missing from Old Perth Road, Inverness, since Sunday.
Public urged to take part in consultation about rolling out the 20mph speed limit across the Highlands as deadline nears.
The Blood Donor Service has thanked the 470-plus Highland people who gave blood and plasma over the festive period.
A massive new Church of Scotland presbytery about half the size of Scotland has been formed in the Highlands and Islands.
Final plans for Highland Hogmanay party billed as the biggest ceilidh on the planet!
Inverness donor service urges people to give blood over the festive period as only 38% of appointments are filled between now and January 2.
Strong westerly winds have been playing havoc with CalMac ferry sailings from west coast ports including Ullapool and Stornoway.
A Highland construction company that employed 11 workers is facing liquidation.
Members of a north metal detecting group have managed to "unearth" some welcome cash for Inverness based SNAP.
Some last minute Christmas shopping ended in fire terror for a Dingwall woman and her friend.
A Cromarty Firth based company is set to play a major part in decarbonising the Scottish whisky industry and bring many welcome jobs to the area.
A9 closed at Evanton after two-car crash during home time period this evening.
Vocal critic of social care funding in Scotland wins a top accolade at this year's Scottish Care awards.
Management of a Black Isle care at home service has been judged "weak" after a follow-up visit by the Care Inspectorate.
Badachro Distillery has festive flavours to help you get the party season all wrapped up.
Two Highland women have worked together so long at the local M&S store that they consider each other "family."
Police hunting the killer of Highland dad Ross MacGillivray are continuing extensive inquiries in the city.
Edith Cavell – the global hero who gave her name to Inverness's war memorial location.
Scottish Government U-turn on controversial plans to expand Scottish Highly Protected Marine Areas.
Pupils at Ullapool and Gairloch are hoping for piping success thanks to a loan of bagpipes from a Scottish trust.