All visits to Raigmore Hospital in Inverness are temporarily suspended in an effort to bring a norovirus outbreak under control.
Valuable artworks held in what was one of Scotland's most spectacular youth hostels are to be sold at auction.
Irish TV series Love/Hate trumps BBC shows Sherlock, Bannan and Shetland to be named Best Drama at the Celtic Media Festival in Inverness.
A man who was spoken to by police in connection with a disturbance is later seriously injured in a fall from the roof of a building.
A public inquiry into a controversial 39-turbine wind farm development in Sutherland starts.
Cold weather is set to return to parts of Scotland with light snow and freezing temperatures forecast for the Highlands.
A quay wall and breakwater on a river are uncovered during work to better protect the city from flooding.
A selection of your pictures taken across Scotland
Craig Anderson chairs a BBC Scotland radio debate from the Inverness, Nairn, Badenoch and Strathspey constituency.
Ross County manager Jim McIntyre and Partick Thistle counterpart Alan Archibald react after the Jags' 2-1 win.
Partick Thistle ensure Ross County are not yet free of relegation after they come back from behind to win in Dingwall.
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