A decision to approve plans for a controversial £43m waste incinerator in Invergordon is quashed following a legal challenge.
Ross Country sack manager Derek Adams and his father George, who was director of football at the Highland club.
Highland Council is to make a £200,000 contribution to the Highland Hospice in Inverness to help cover the cost of new projects.
Scotland's red squirrels are facing a new threat from a form of leprosy, scientists are warning.
Expenses covering the cost of a young aristocrat's golf clubs in 1616 provide earliest evidence of the sport's popularity in Dornoch.
Action is to be taken by Highland Council to tackle poor air quality in parts of Inverness city centre.
Team of four celebrate the completion of Nessie pedalo challenge
A selection of your photographs of Scotland sent in between 15 and 22 August
Inside Inverness' new research and business campus
Liam Boyce nets a second-half winner as Ross County come from behind to beat Stranraer in the Scottish League Cup.
John Hughes insists Inverness have "no chance" of finishing second in the Premiership, despite their fine start.
Derek Adams says Dundee United stole the points after Chris Erskine's late goal consigned Ross County to defeat.
Eoghan O'Connell's own goal helps Inverness stay top of the Premiership as Celtic suffer their first league defeat this term.
Goals from Nadir Ciftci and Chris Erskine give Dundee United victory over Ross County in the Scottish Premiership.
A late Fraser MacKintosh goal gives Newtonmore the Artemis MacAulay Cup for the first time in 28 years.
BBC Get Inspired visited the Highland Cycle Ability Centre in Cantray, near Inverness.
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