Bones in a lead casket were previously thought to be those of a notorious clan chief and the last man to be beheaded in Britain.
New rules that entitle anyone in police custody to legal advice will be unworkable, solicitors have warned.
The business, which employs hundreds of people at a site in Inverness, is the subject of a review by its parent company.
The Western Isles' Comhairle nan Eilean Siar is the first to pledge to go plastic straw-free, says MSP.
Police say the female car driver was uninjured but shaken by the incident on Wednesday afternoon.
The case involves the discovery of a 24-year-old Kevin Mcleod's body in a harbour in the late 1990s.
Statues of Lord Thomas Cochrane have been made as a 200th anniversary present to the Chilean Navy
The Ptarmigan is situated 1,097m (3,599ft) up Cairn Gorm mountain in the Cairngorms, near Aviemore.
An independent team is to look at whether the service is meeting the needs of patients.
The work would come from decommissioning rigs and building massive offshore wind turbines.
Inverness Caledonian Thistle bolster their promotion hopes with victory over Queen of the South.
Hamilton defender Ioannis Skondras accepts a five-game ban for his part in a touchline melee against Ross County.
Inverness Caledonian Thistle comfortably beat Falkirk in a rearranged Scottish Championship fixture.
Ross County sign midfielder Greg Tansey on loan from Aberdeen until the end of the season.
John Robertson praises Sean Carr despite the assistant denying his Inverness Caledonian Thistle side a goal in their 1-0 defeat by St Mirren.
Gavin Reilly scores his 20th goal of the season as St Mirren beat Inverness Caley Thistle to boost their position at the top of the Championship.
The young animal is having supervised "swimming classes" to help build up strength in his weak hind legs.
Andy Macleod, who lost part of his right leg when he was hit by a car, hopes to compete as a snowboarder.
The couple appeared in court after prosecutors detailed the horrific abuse allegations against them.
A bill to temporarily fund the US government must now be backed by the Senate to avert a shutdown.
Jacinda Ardern, who took office in October, jokes that she "thought 2017 was a big year".
Financial giant HSBC agrees to pay $101.1m, confirming it misused client information for its own profit.
Travis Kalanick is selling $1.4bn worth of shares as consortium invest $8bn in the ride-hailing firm.
Malaysia Airlines says the jet experienced a "technical" issue on its way to Kuala Lumpur.
A fierce storm sweeping across northern Europe kills eight people and halts Dutch and German trains.
Peru has been rocked by protests against the authorities' decision to pardon ex-President Fujimori.
A baby dies and 15 people are hurt when a car hits crowds on a promenade near Copacabana beach.
Roy Bennett, a farmer who became a thorn in the side of Robert Mugabe, is killed alongside his wife.
Syria's government warns Turkey against launching an assault on a northern Kurdish enclave.
Ukrainian MPs pass a law defining areas seized by separatists as temporarily occupied by Russia.
Chained to beds and beaten as punishment, the couple's children hatched an escape plan over years.
The country's leader said she will take six weeks off work when her baby arrives in June.
Watch how fishermen in Oregon react as a boat speeds straight towards them.
Channel 9's promo for its Today show was copied, at moments, word for word from the BBC's promo video.
Ma You-chul and Kim Jung-hyun are set to be the first from their country to compete in the Winter Paralympics.
The vehicle swerved to avoid hitting the police officer, when her horse reared up in the air.
Beauty blogger Jackie Aina wants the cosmetic industry to do more for women of colour.
Delayed marriage and parenthood has pushed back perceptions of when adulthood starts, scientists say.
Lifeguards in Australia interrupt a drone training session to save two stricken boys.
Spring Scent is the latest homegrown app available to North Korea's 3.5 million smartphone owners.
Belarusian border guards catch a smugglers' drone being sent in along a railway line.
Railway experiment hopes to put an end to collisions with deer drawn to the track.
From their pictures, the couple arrested in California seemed to preside over a happy American family.
Moscow endured a December without sunshine - Oleg Boldyrev describes a hundred shades of grey.
Two novice skiers are set to represent their country for the first time at the Winter Paralympics.
Indian-origin Jews moved to Israel soon after its creation, but their lives have not been easy.
Uganda's only machine broke in 2016, leaving Monica Kyotazala and hundreds of other cancer patients without adequate care.
Recent crime in Melbourne has dominated national news, but many say it is being unfairly exaggerated.
A survey of thousands of young people across the world reveal what influences their career aspirations.
Philip Ellis lost his labouring job when the construction giant collapsed.
Meghan Markle met adoring crowds as she visited Wales with her fiancé Prince Harry.
The two brothers behind the idea have named the bar in memory of their mother Carol.
The 8ft-tall bronze monument is being created in West Sussex, but will be located in Manchester.
Ross Edmonds, 26, of Bowmans Court, Hemel Hempstead, left the road and smashed in to a car park.
An MP describes meeting people who had been gang-raped, seen their husbands murdered and their babies thrown on to a fire.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are greeted by hundreds of well-wishers on their first official visit to Wales.
Rebecca Loos says the disgraced celebrity publicist Max Clifford offered her £1 million to do a sex tape.