NHS Highland says it has had to introduce temporarily restrictions on admissions at four of its hospitals.
There is no snow on Britain's highest mountain for the first time in 11 years.
The 56-year-old man was injured in a crash on the trunk road south of the village of Glencoe.
Police say most of the 3,000 who attended Groove Loch Ness enjoyed themselves trouble-free, but two men are facing drugs supply charges.
Thunder in the Glens is one of Europe's biggest annual gatherings of motorbike enthusiasts.
A group of artisans are working with amputees in an effort to make artificial limbs more personal.
The trio had watched Danny MacAskill's film The Ridge before getting lost on Skye.
Richard Tait and Louis Moult are on target as Motherwell beat Ross County to earn their first Premiership win of the season.
Inverness Caledonian Thistle's early-season struggles continue as they draw at home to Greenock Morton.
Dundee sign former Inverness Caledonian Thistle defender Josh Meekings on a one-year contract, with the option of a further year.
Inverness Caley Thistle's board say they have secured £500,000 of new investment after "shortfalls" identified in a financial health check.
A picture of the landscapes, people and customs of rural Scotland in the late 1970s and 80s.
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 11 and 18 August.
A hasty US withdrawal from Afghanistan would leave a vacuum for terrorists, the president said.
Younes Abouyaaqoub, wearing a fake explosive belt, was cornered west of Barcelona after a tip off.
"Too early" to tell if woman's remains are those of missing Swedish journalist Kim Wall, police say.
News of the judges' ruling by 6-4 led to celebrations among left-of centre parties in Santiago.
Arrests are made after a KwaZulu-Natal man complained to police he was "tired" of eating human flesh.
Judge Joseph Bruzzese was shot several times, but returned fire in a gunfight outside his chambers.
An earthquake on Ischia leaves at least one person dead, with reports of others trapped and injured.
The inquiry will look at "all related accidents at sea", US Defence Secretary James Mattis says.
The men set a mosque ablaze after being inspired by so-called Islamic State, police allege.
Gustavo Dudamel confirms his US tour with Venezuela's National Youth Orchestra has been cancelled.
Details emerge of plans to hide bombs inside a doll and a meat grinder on an Australian flight.
The Spanish woman was being wheeled out of a lift when it began moving upwards, reports say.
A Nasa telescope captures the total solar eclipse as it passes over the western US state of Oregon.
The US president couldn't resist taking a sneaky peek without his protective glasses.
Just weeks after the Libyan city was declared liberated from Islamists, footage shows more bloodshed.
People hug and chant "no terrorism" on the street where people were killed in last week's attack.
The display of Nazi symbols is illegal in Germany - so what was it like for Germans to see neo-Nazis joining white supremacists to march in Virginia?
Security forces rehearse their response to hostage and biochemical attacks in annual drills.
The guided missile destroyer USS John S McCain was sailing east of Singapore when a collision with a Liberian-flagged tanker occurred.
Skywatchers in the US are treated to a spectacular coast-to-coast eclipse.
The Danish royal was reportedly turned away because he did not have proper identification.
TV claims that instructions for the voting app come from the top of Russian politics.
A mobile application is set to launch in northeast China for people seeking that VIP touch.
Driver won't have to face court because a police officer only spoke to him in English.
BBC correspondent James Cook views the total eclipse from 40,000ft above the Pacific Ocean.
The BBC's Divya Arya asked two teenagers, Duaa from Srinagar and Saumya in Delhi, to become pen pals.
From next month Turkish schools have a new curriculum and it is dividing parents.
Food firm Dr Oetker, says others should follow it and give back art they own that was looted by the Nazis from Jewish owners.
A new monument will commemorate the first time a Canadian commander led Canadian troops in WW1.
Angolans go to the polls on Wednesday as President Dos Santos steps down after 38 years in power.
The singer performed her aptly-titled hit on a cruise ship as the solar event swept the US.
This is the moment Big Ben chimed for the last time before major restoration work starts.
Olivia Attwood says she was told to expect online abuse, but has tried to not let it affect her.
A pilot scheme which has seen action taken against dangerous drivers is being expanded across Wales.
The driver wasn't behind the wheel as the bus moved onto a main road.
Vicky Veness shared a photo of herself looking healthy that was taken just hours before she was diagnosed.
A church in Cambridge holds the secret to the Westminster Chimes.
2. The most ‘liked’ tweet in history. More than three million Twitter users endorsed Barrack Obama’s tweet in response to racist protests in Charlottesville, in which the former-president quoted Nelson Mandela: “No one is born hatting another person because of the colour of his skin, or his background, or his religion.” The Times
3. It’s a matter of defence. This year’s August transfer window has been a particularly lavish one. The €222m paid by Paris Saint-Germain [PSG] for the Brazilian forward Neymar da Silva Santos Junior was more than double the previous record for a footballer; the €179m splurged by Manchester City on new defenders meanwhile outstrips 47 countries’ defence budgets. The Economist
4. The number one device. Apple has sold about a billion iPhones since the product’s launch a decade ago – more than 20 times the sales of the Toyota Corolla the world’s best selling car. The iPhone is not just the bestselling phone in the world but also the best selling camera, music player, computer and video screen. The Times
5. Petrol's fall 'will deter interest rates rise'. Falling petrol prices are keeping a check on inflation and making an interest rates hike less likely. The Office for National Statistics said consumer prices rose by 2.6% in the 12 months to July, as a drop in petrol prices offset rises in food and clothing. Analysts believe that is unlikely to be high enough to push Mark Carney and the monetary policy committee into raising rates. Daily Mail
6. US eclipse to cause mass movement. The US authorities are concerned about the potential for chaos on Monday 21 August when a total solar eclipse will cross the country from coast to coast for the first time since 1918. It is thought some 7.4 million people will travel to watch the sun being obscured by the moon – the greatest mass movement for tourism ever. The Observer
7. Slight rise in A-level top grades. The proportion of students awarded A and A* grades at A-level has risen by 0.5 per cent – the first increase in six years – but dropped slightly in 13 subjects trialling a new exam system. Boys overtook girls in top grades with 26.6% of boys getting these results compared with 26.1% of girls, reversing a 0.3% gap last year. 416,000 university places have so far been confirmed - down 2% on the same point last year. The Observer
8. Anger as study shows one in 10 own second home. One in 10 British adults now owns a second property, according to research from the Resolution Foundation. Its data shows that the number of people with multiple properties rose from 1.6m to 5.2m between 2000 and 2014 - a 30% increase. The Homeowners Alliance described the news as "shocking”, adding: "It's really the haves and have nots." In 2016, the Cornish town of St Ives voted to ban the building of second homes. The Times
9. Quote of the week. “You may not always turn left when you get on a plane. But you still need first class leadership advice.” [MORE]