The A9 has been closed in both directions at Dunbeath by a road accident this morning.
The body of a woman found in Wick on Sunday has been formally identified, with police saying there are no suspicious circumstances.
A scheme aimed at getting digitally excluded people online is set to benefit adult learners in the Highlands.
NHS Highland's staff flu vaccination programme is well under way, with employees across all areas taking the opportunity to get their jab.
Families and children are being urged to avoid guising this Halloween to minimise the risk of spreading coronavirus.
Face coverings are now mandatory in staff canteens, and the same rule will apply from the start of next week in other communal workplace areas.
Highland Council has issued a reminder that a full range of support is still available – even though its offices remain closed to the public.
Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) has given £1 million funding towards Highland Wildlife Park plans for a new visitor centre.
Staff of the Care and Learning Alliance (CALA) have been praised for making it a successful year despite the difficulties posed by coronavirus.
Short educational films shown online over the past few months have led to an increased awareness of archive collections held in the Highlands.
Plans to establish a vertical launch site for satellites in north Sutherland have taken another step forward.
The charity Marie Curie is encouraging walkers, runners, cyclists even golfers to don their tartan and sign up to the Virtual Kiltwalk Weekend.
OUT AND ABOUT WITH RALPH Timing is crucial when exploring the amazing coast around Duncansby Head by kayak
The full scale of the £9.6 million road realignment project at Berriedale has been highlighted in a video from Transport Scotland.
Marker signs have been installed at John O'Groats for the benefit of walkers either starting or finishing a 147-mile coastal trail.
Work is progressing well on a £30m programme to replace one of the two submarine electricity distribution cables connecting Orkney to Caithness.
The £17.3 million plan to launch satellites into orbit from the north coast of Sutherland have been approved by Highland Council.
Lord Thurso, chairman of VisitScotland, says he shares the frustration over the actions of some tourists but that 2020 will be seen as an exception.
North MSP Rhoda Grant is seeking answers after it emerged that some schools in the Highland Council area are not opening today as had been planned.
There was royal recognition for the work of frontline NHS staff when Prince Charles paid a visit to Caithness General Hospital.