Highland Council is planning a 15-flat development in Portree to ease Skye’s housing crisis, but has confirmed the go-ahead for the scheme may rely on bat and bird breeding surveys.
A fresh threat of job losses at a Western Isles fabrication plant was branded “an outrage” by shadow chancellor John McDonnell yesterday.
Scandal-hit NHS Highland is seeking someone to permanently lead the health authority.
Detectives from an external force instructed to carry out a cold case probe into the “unexplained” death of Kevin Mcleod are to meet his family.
The north's busiest bridge has won listed status as a structure of special architectural interest.
A man has been banned from driving for three years and fined £1,000 after getting behind the wheel while over four times the limit on a Shetland road.
An 85-year-old former RAF pilot has been given a £160 fine and three penalty points after admitting driving without due care and attention.
Safety fears have been raised after it emerged overcrowded Inverness jail has "insufficient" CCTV coverage.
Council cuts are being blamed as two city primary schools are unable to replace a sick ASN teacher, forcing one headteacher to step in to assist pupils with additional needs.
Kevin Mcleod: Family has waited 500 days for response into why case was not treated as murder – as instructed
The family of 24-year-old Kevin Mcleod - who died in mystery circumstances at Wick Harbour 22 years ago - is seeking the personal intervention of the Scottish Police Authority chairwoman after waiting an astonishing 500 days for a response into the failure to investigate the tragedy as murder.
A huge human-scale bower bird’s nest created by artist Andy Holden will go on display as part of a new exhibition at Inverness Museum & Art Gallery this week.
Fundraisers raised £2,500 for a cancer charity after a golf tournament in Inverness.
Four weeks of roadworks are to begin next week at the A9 near Aviemore.
A controversial holiday village and restaurant development near Culloden Battlefield is back on the cards – just months after being thrown out by Highland Council planners.
Britain's newest aircraft carrier – the £3bn HMS Prince of Wales – cruised in to the Cromarty Firth today to restock on fuel and supplies at Invergordon.
The NC500 tourist route has generated almost £23million for the local economy in just 12 months, a major new study has revealed.
A Skye community is appealing for support from across the Highlands as it enters the final days of a crowdfunding appeal to build new homes and a medical clinic.
A teenage rally driver from Culloden has won the coveted Scottish junior rally crown.
An HIV patient is calling for a Government inquiry into an NHS Highland data breach that revealed details of 37 people with the illness.
Demolition of the troubled Cairngorm funicular railway would cost £13.3million, it has emerged.
A warning has been issued about scam phone calls claiming to be from the Citizens Advice Bureau.
Inverness pupils’ safety is being compromised with a lack of investment in school crossing patrollers to combat a rapidly-growing population - with more children walking next to busier roads, it has been claimed.
A cargo boat was left stranded for a week in the Pentland Firth off Caithness after the night-time watch officer was distracted by watching music videos on his mobile phone.
Health campaigners in Caithness are polling the public on staging a protest march against the latest NHS Highland cuts.
Police are launching a cold case review into a second young man's death in Caithness.
Sky at Night presenter Chris Lintott will be among the headline acts at the second Hebridean Dark Skies Festival next year.
A new supermarket has opened in Moray - on the site of a popular 19th century hotel the community tried to save.
Group emails to patients of NHS Highland’s sexual health department have stopped indefinitely after a shocking data breach exposed confidential names and email addresses of 37 people with HIV.
RAF Lossiemouth Typhoon fighters have arrived in Malaysia to begin preparations for a major exercise.
Plans to revitalise Cairngorm Mountain after the funicular was put out of action last year are being progressed by community leaders.
Theatre bosses in Inverness have stepped in to provide an exciting new focus for children who were left devastated by the cancellation of one of the biggest annual dance contests in the country.
A £400 million revamp of RAF Lossiemouth will start early next year – preparing the historic base for the arrival of the military’s new Poseidon spy planes and an extra 470 personnel.