Staff at the University of the Highlands and Islands hit the picket line this morning amid ongoing strike action over pay and job losses.
The death of a man on the Far North Line in Inverness last week is not being treated as suspicious, the British Transport Police have confirmed.
British Transport Police has revealed the person's sex and age but he has not yet been named by the force. Investigations are continuing.
Police have appealed for help finding a missing teenage sister and brother from Inverness who are known to frequent Caithness.
Roadworks will affect a mile-long section of road from the eastern end of Bettyhill to the turn off for Farr.
British Transport Police have confirmed that one person was pronounced dead at the scene following an incident on the Far North Line.
Cuts to Network Rail increase the likelihood of railway line failures and cancellations, Highland RMT members have warned after more disruption.
Providing council-owned & managed allotments across the Highlands must be included in the local authority's latest review, the region's Greens argue.
Strikes by Unison members are set to hit a number of Highland colleges later this month, after further industrial action was announced.
A section of the Far North Line that was battered by spring tides and stormy seas is expected to reopen to trains tomorrow morning (Friday).
Edward Mountain had been under fire for the £129 bill which, while legal, drew flak from politicians who argued he shouldn't claim for his own error.
Rail passengers are bracing for further disruption, with engineers expected to give an update later today on when the line may reopen.
High spring tides are hampering repairs to a sea-battered section of the Far North Line, passengers have been warned.
Rail passengers on the Far North Line were facing major disruption on Tuesday, after extremely high tides and waves damaged the line.
The line was closed between Brora and Helmsdale after the tracks in that area suffered coastal flood damage for the second time this winter.
Alerts are in place for the Moray, Dornoch, Cromarty and Beauly Firths, with heightened warnings in place in Sutherland and Moray.
Railways disruption is again causing misery for train passengers after the Far North Line flooded again – just hours after it reopened.
Further disruptive snow is expected to hit the Highlands later today and overnight, the Met Office has warned after issuing another yellow warning.
Motorists across the Highlands have been urged to take care after snow fell in many parts of the region overnight.
Trains are returning to normal in the far north after days of rain-related disruption – but some were still impacted first thing on Wednesday.