The suggested closure of an Inverness laboratory that carries out post-mortem examinations on dead livestock is "strongly opposed", a consultation finds.
Planning permission is given for a new £8m Gaelic medium education primary school in Portree on Skye.
A council says spray painting graffiti is not the way to highlight potholes after strong language used to highlight one on a village road.
An insect species found for the first time in the British Isles could have been living in the Cairngorms undetected since the last Ice Age.
A giant comic strip is created to celebrate designs such as Harris Tweed, the Falkirk Wheel and Dundee-based game developer Guerrilla Tea.
The biggest agricultural event in the Highlands - the Black Isle Show - gets under way at Muir of Ord.
Views from an Iron Age fort on a prominent hill above Inverness are to be improved, says Forestry Enterprise Scotland.
The body of hillwalker Ian Bell, who was reported missing in the Lochaber area on Monday, is found.
Fish may be evolving to swim faster so they can evade capture in trawler nets, according to University of Glasgow research.
A woman was shot in the head with an air rifle after challenging another woman about her shooting seagulls in a village square, a court hears.
The names of Army and RAF personnel killed in air accidents in Belize and Perthshire are added to a war memorial.
Scotland's insects 'lack appropriate consideration', suggests new report
Mumford & Sons' Gentlemen of the Road Stopover Festival
Rangers are drawn against Scottish League One side Airdrieonians in the second round of the Scottish League Cup.
Inverness defender Gary Warren suffers 'a break', while Motherwell's Ian Baraclough reacts to his side's 1-0 win.
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