A public consultation will be launched to gauge Highlanders’ thinking about the Scottish Government’s future plans for education.
A north politician is backing calls for a pedestrian crossing to be installed near a school at a busy A82 junction in Inverness.
Councillors will consider revised plans next week for a new £23million Inverness Justice Centre.
Two Inverness playgroups could face closure amid claims Highland Council is evicting them from their home.
Politicians joined early-bird commuters yesterday to gauge for themselves the woes of Black Isle commuters who depend on public transport to reach Inverness.
Inverness is poised for a parking revolution - including extra bays and free drop-off spaces in some of the busiest city streets.
The Highlands remembered a fallen hero yesterday, exactly a century after his death in WWI.
Vandals have struck for a second time to cause damage to a community football pitch in the Highlands.
NHS Highland’s annual bill for private home care has almost doubled to £9million in three years - at a time of unprecedented budgetary pressures.
Beareaved relatives have been offered an apology by council chiefs after suffering funeral delays in the Highlands.
Scotland’s police reforms have harmed the efficiency and reputation of the service, a senior Highland councillor has claimed.
Highland councillors yesterday agreed a five-year strategy for “an uncertain and challenging” financial future.
Highland Council’s leader has issued a rallying call for the Scottish Government, enterprise agencies and all councils to unite to avert a mass exodus of vital workers post Brexit.
Bat lovers will have a rare opportunity of an insight into the lives of the creatures at a wildlife event in Nairn tomorrow.
There has been a surge of public support for “electrification” of the A9 as part of the Scottish Government’s mission to rid the nation of petrol- and diesel-fuelled vehicles.
A senior Inverness councillor has quit the SNP after 44 years after a split with its local leadership – becoming the sixth to go this year.
Ward 7A at Raigmore Hospital has reopened for admissions and visitors after a deep clean.
A Highland community has been shocked by the death of a Highland businessman in a car crash at the weekend.
Current and retired servicemen and women joined a moving tribute in Inverness yesterday to those killed in one of the bloodiest battles in history.
She was the history detective who found the original owners of an ancient Bible that had crossed the Atlantic - and he was the grateful descendant who benefited from her labours.
A fight to retain a £1million specialist health unit in Inverness has intensified amid fears that work to transform it for an alternative purpose could be imminent.
A kayaker was airlifted to hospital yesterday afternoon after suffering an injury ashore, on the west side of Skye.
Patients from across the north grilled a Scottish health minister and prompted several apologies from NHS Highland executives yesterday.
Alcohol and the internet can make for a potentially lethal cocktail, judging by the experience of an ex-soldier who ended up threatening to murder non believers.
Opposition councillors have voiced demands for more schools to be built and other major projects to be shelved because of worrying new statistics showing the extent of need for essential refurbishment.
A finance chief has issued a “don’t panic” message amid growing concern about the record scale of Highland Council’s £1billion-plus debt.
An 18-year-old man has been charged in connection with an alleged serious assault in the Falcon Square area in Inverness city centre in the early hours on August 14.
Highland Council’s third Gaelic masterplan, mapping out its aims for the language over the next three years, was approved yesterday.
Big crowds are expected in Inverness as Scotland’s Salmon Festival continues over the next three days.
Highland Council’s anger with the police has intensified, with a statement last night that it had “resorted” to using Freedom of Information legislation to establish facts.
A capacity crowd was blessed with unbroken sunshine at Saturday’s Glenurquhart Games where a young Inverness strongman broke a record and holidaymakers queued up to compete in the athletics events.
An MSP has called for Scottish Health Secretary Shona Robison and Highland health chiefs to step down for failing to recruit vital specialists.