SSEN have narrowed down proposals for their 'preferred' routes for a new power line and are hosting events along its route from Beauly to Peterhead.
A yellow warning for snow and ice has been issued for Friday and Saturday across the area.
Cold air from the north will drop temperatures across the area with an increased chance of wintry hazards and a potential for snow again.
Vandalism that occurred within the lane between Tolbooth Street and High Street, Forres, known locally as 'Bobbies' Bow'.
An amber warning for wind has been issued for the Highlands, northern coast and part of the Moray Firth coast from 6pm today until 8am on Wednesday.
A strong jet stream is pushing another low-pressure system off the Atlantic across northern Scotland bringing wet and windy weather for Tuesday night.
All services across the country will be suspended from 7pm tonight (Sunday) and there will be no rush hour services on Monday morning.
This weekend will see a change in weather as strong winds follow on from the recent snow across the north.
An Amber warning has been issued for northern parts of Scotland as winter hazards continue to dominate the weather.
A warning for snow and ice across the whole region is in place for the whole of Sunday and into Monday as snow showers return.
A northerly airflow will bring cold arctic air to the UK from Sunday and into early next week, with snow showers focused across northern areas.
It is estimated there are now around 1 million wild deer in Scotland, figures which show they require proper management.
Financial support is available through Help for Heating grants, starting at £300, to help those struggling to keep their homes warm.
An area of low pressure passing to the north brings the likelihood of strong west or north-west winds to much of Scotland on Sunday afternoon.
Snow is expected to develop across north and north-east Scotland during Friday night before gradually turning to rain during Saturday.
The strongest winds are likely to be across the far north and north-east of Scotland reaching between 45-55mph with stronger gusts.
The Advanced rate band will apply a 45 per cent tax rate on annual income between £75,000 and £125,140.
Strong winds are likely to affect a wide area through Thursday, potentially causing some travel disruption.
Livestock or livestock products that end up in the food chain and which may be exported to the EU will require proof of an annual vet visit.
The future of lifeline support to Scotland’s hills and uplands was top of the agenda when the Cabinet Secretary met with NFU Scotland.