One of Inverness’ biggest-hearted volunteers is to step back from his role coordinating morning calls to the lonely and isolated after 31 years.
Residents of a Skye township shed tears of emotion in Highland Council chamber yesterday as they defended their coastline against a proposed fish farm- and tears of joy when councillors finally refused to grant the development.
The return of proposals for a seven turbine wind farm in Caithness have prompted angry and despairing responses from local residents who believe an industrial "ring of steel" is tightening its grip on their community.
Highland Council has been told to get on with making budget savings and improve its poor service performance, particularly in education.
Dates have been confirmed for open days at Inverness Castle in the spring, part of the 'cultural triangle' of visitor attractions envisaged by the Provost and Highland Council.
Community members leapt to the rescue of an award-winning Gairloch garden as it was battered by Storm Brendan, suffering severe damage.
A controversial piece of public art which could not be installed in Inverness because of health and safety regulations is now to make an appearance in the new Torvean park.
Children in an Inverness primary school are tackling the scourge of plastic on their own terms.
A man has been charged in connection with drugs offences after a significant amount of herbal cannabis and cocaine were seized in Lerwick.
EXCLUSIVE: Refurbishment of Inverness High School a ‘project management disaster’, say local councillors
The three-year renovation of Inverness High School has descended into chaos, local councillors have said.
Live music, books and comedy will all form part of Lyth Arts Centre's (LAC) 2020 season.
Permission has been granted for a row of three houses in Dingwall, despite local objections.