The famous shortbread company is facing a 200-worker shortfall following the pandemic and Brexit.
Ian Calder died after his scooter was involved in a collision with a transit van on Wednesday morning.
The 69-year-old driver of a white Vespa died following the crash in the Highlands on Wednesday morning.
A judge ruled in favour of the The Tomatin Trading Company over whisky company Tomatin Distillery.
Excavations near Glenlivet Distillery have uncovered the floor of an old site where single malt whisky was produced illegally in 1824.
Extinction Rebellion Scotland are calling for an end to fossil fuel extraction.
The two week trial will see post travel by drone to North Ronaldsay in the Orkney Islands.
Hundreds of images of locals in Nairn have gone on display in the town's community and arts centre.
Emergency services were first called to Beaufort Gardens in Beauly at around 7.45pm on Saturday.
The proposals would give voice to the communities in the northern parts of the country.
Ward 4C at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness has been closed to new admissions and visiting.
Heroin and cocaine were discovered by officers after stopping a vehicle on the A9.
Labour shortages, price hikes and supply issues threaten to derail Highland Council’s home-building programme.
Experts said it could be the first preserved Ice Age campsite in Scotland.
Mike Campbell, 63, died after he plunged 80 metres while climbing down Blaven.
The health board has so far made 150 financial payments totalling more than £2m.
No trial date has been set for William MacDowell after he fell off a wall and fractured a vertebrae on his neck.
Marion MacLeod's 14-year-old daughter Eilidh died at the Ariana Grande concert, a public inquiry into the terror attack heard.
Up to 50 freelancers are to be taken on as tutors for pupils in Scotland's island schools.
The 30-year scheme by Highland charity Trees For Life would create a vast nature recovery area.