A £2.6m pound plan to upgrade Inverness Airport's taking flight.
There's an outbreak of C-Difficile at the North's flagship hospital.
Banff Academy's been given a damning report by inspectors.
Tributes are being paid to a "popular" girl who was killed in a road accident on the A9 as she was returning to her Highland home …
The North's being promised 17-thousand homes, and 11-thousand jobs, over the next 20-years.
Local school children have joined members of the Royal British Legion in the annual launch of the Poppy Appeal in the North.
An Inverness man's been jailed for repeatedly raping a nine-year-old girl over a period of nearly a year.
Billy Barclay - the councillor for the Black Isle - has died suddenly.
There's a warning to take extra care near the Caledonian Canal as the wintery weather sets in.
Police have issued the name of a man killed in a serious accident last week.
Animal welfare officers are investigating the death of a badger, found snared and beaten to death on a footpath in Inverness.
Highland Council's promising an "improved service" this year to cope with winter weather.
Crews are searching for a man who was last seen a week ago on board his yacht.
An application's been sent to the European Commission to allow 10 towns to join the rural rebate scheme.
The First Minister is calling for a "truce deal" - to get Grangemouth back on line.
Highland Council's formally submitted a planning application for the controversial Inverness West Link.
The captain of Caley Thistle's been accused of running away from police, after a late night fight in Inverness city centre.
Under plans approved by Moray Councillors the St Giles centre will be increased in size by almost 2 thirds.
Scotland's first publicly-funded fibre broadband services are to be delivered in the Highlands and Moray.
The Elgin businessman's lost his 3rd attempt to overturn his conviction.
A man who subjected an American tourist to a frenzied attack at a North beauty spot has had his minimum jail term reduced.
Police Scotland hope 9 years on, more people will be willing to help them solve the murder of a Nairn banker.
Almost a quarter of youngsters living in the Highlands are now officially classified as overweight or obese.
Four people treated for injuries following collision in North East.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue service has voted to consult on plans to get rid of some of its control rooms.
It's hoped 120,000 ex-service men and women could benefit from Poppy Scotland's centre.
Three vehicles involved in collision on the A9.
A woman who died in a car crash on the outskirts of Inverness has been named by police.
Highland Council's youngest member, who is facing allegations about his election expenses, has resigned.
RSBP Scotland's warning the Scottish Government it has to "act quickly" to save species like puffins and razorbills.