Highland residents were waking up to what is likely to have been the coldest night of the winter so far after the mercury plummeted as low as -15C.
Internationally renowned UK climber Fay Manners told an audience in Aviemore that she wants to encourage young women to follow their passion for sport
The Met Office yellow warning for snow and ice comes into force on Friday evening and covers parts of the far north.
SSEN announced today that reports have now been produced following the first round of consultation on its proposals.
If you hear bells ringing this weekend, it is not Santa coming early – but it could be Kidical Mass cyclists who are planning a special festive ride.
Key pledges include increasing energy efficiency, reducing waste and sourcing from locally-based and sustainable suppliers as much as possible.
Pupils from Inverness, Culloden and the Black Isle were joined by others from as far afield as Ardnamurchan for the mock COP28 event.
Households will get an extra bin as part of the changes which aim to increase the amount of waste recycled while saving money for the service.
Individuals and organisations involved in the tourism industry gathered together at the Highland Tourism Conference in Inverness yesterday.
A wet Munro mission in Kintail as John Davidson heads onto the South Glen Shiel Ridge with his head in the clouds
Making Space for Nature by Fiona MacLean
Millburn Academy chose the overnight rail service as more environmentally friendly than flying for pupils who headed south.
Loch Ness's landscape has been showcased in a successful exhibition in Venice, and is set to enjoy further exposure at Dundee's V&A next year.
The climate emergency will be depicted in dance, theatre and song at a special Eden Court Theatre show at Inverness Botanic Gardens.