MFR Reporter Bryan Rutherford presents a review of the week's biggest local stories.
Highland Council have U-turned on plans to close customer service points.
A Highland nuclear incident, kept secret, has sparked a row.
Councils in the North could lose funds helping people afford the 'bedroom tax'.
It's emerged a Highland nuclear reactor's leaked radiation into water that cools it.
Moray's changing how council houses are let, and the authority's claming it's got "overwhelming support" from tenants.
North Scotland firefighters' readiness to tackle wildfires has been 're-energised'.
Eden Court Theatre in Inverness is lifting the lid on the myths of living with Down's Syndrome.
Inverness is lighting up red and blue as Caley Thistle prepare for its first major cup final.
As new figures show visitors to Culloden battlefield have risen, its keepers are warning that new homes could threaten the attrac…
Police looking for a missing Buckie man have released images of what Ian Bramald was wearing when the 73 year old was last seen.
Exports of Scotland's food and drink products are set to double by 2017.
An Inverness woman's the face of a new cancer appeal, after being diagnosed with a brain tumour.
The Enterprise Minister's calling on retailers to stop 'discriminating' against its North Scotland customers.
Road users on Scotland's deadliest road are being urged to think before pulling out to overtake in a new safety campaign for the A…
Speyside's biggest whisky-maker's offering Moray school children work experience.
Police have released the identity of a man found on the Isle of Skye last September
Highland Wildlife Park's two polar bears are receiving a pair of mini icebergs to pounce on in their pond
Highland Councillors have voted to back plans for a radical shake-up of customer services.
Businesses in the North are asking others to join them in their fight for fairer delivery charges
Putting average speed cameras on the A9 could negatively impact on the North's economy.
A woman's thanked Inverness firefighters for helping to save her life, after having a heart attack.
Police in Inverness have found missing 15 year old William Williamson, who's from Kiltarlity.
We'll be hearing more tonight about when superfast broadband's coming to the rest of Moray.
A boy's traveled more than 500 miles to Moray to visit the town he's named after.
A tiny orphaned seal pup’s been found underweight and asleep on a Highlands beach.
A "ficticious holiday home in the Highlands" is being investigated, according to police in Inverness.
The Highlands fire service has been sued by a police officer for £20,000.
Seven Highlands schools are sharing £800,000 for improvement works.
BT says it's aiming to bring superfast broadband to all of the North.