A former charity worker convicted of embezzling nearly £9,000 of cash earmarked for grieving children has been struck off the nursing register.
Campaigners have pledged to “chain themselves to diggers” if controversial plans for new homes next to Culloden Battlefield get the go ahead next week.
The first milestone has been reached in a £1.1million culvert replacement project on a busy Highland road.
Highland Council has stepped up patrols in Caithness in a bid to tackle littering, fly-tipping and dog fouling.
A 360-degree trail around Loch Ness - for walkers, runners, bikers and horse riders - is set for an influx of new visitors from the German and French markets who have been “screaming out” for something new in the area.
A Skye community organisation has withdrawn its bid to purchase council-owned land at one of the island’s busiest visitor sites.
Councillors defied their planning officials yesterday by unanimously approving proposals to convert a vacant office building into a church in a Caithness town.
Federation urges crofters to consult updated muir burning code amid spate of wildfires in the Highlands and Islands
The Scottish Crofting Federation has urged crofters who practice muir burning to take extra care after several recent fires spread out of control in dry and windy conditions.
More than 30 firefighters battled for over 24 hours to stop a wildfire in the north of Skye before crews dealt with another wildfire on Benbecula yesterday.
Motorists have been hit by major delays on the first day of four weeks of roadworks on a busy Inverness road.
A local bus company stepped in to save the day for a “desperately needed” service in Inverness after Stagecoach announced it would be axeing it.
NHS Highland has not advertised any of the three vacant surgeon posts at the north’s second busiest hospital since November 2016 - relying on costly locums instead, it has emerged.
Police are anxious to trace a 16-year-old boy who is missing from the Black Isle.
The "highest single remaining hazard" at a Scottish nuclear site is being removed.
The construction of a viewing platform at an iconic Skye waterfall featured in films has moved a step forward.
Firefighters were last night still battling a huge wildfire in the north of Skye on the same day a community on Barra rallied to bring three wildfires under control.
Parking problems have resurfaced at the north’s flagship hospital.
Family of pensioner who died at Inverness nursing home says managers should have sought outside advice on care
The heartbroken family of a pensioner who died at an Inverness nursing home claim managers should have sought outside advice to ensure she was eating and drinking enough in their care.
Complaints inspectors says staff were ‘not competent’ in care for pensioner who died at Inverness nursing home
A nursing home complaints inspector told a fatal accident inquiry that some staff were not competent to care for a pensioner who died at an Inverness nursing home - and that she should have been referred to a dietitian.
A motorcyclist was fined £600 at Inverness Sheriff Court yesterday after admitting driving carelessly on a north road and exceeding speeds of 100mph.
Two Black Isle communities are set to benefit from big cash injections for local projects.
Nurse tells inquiry staff ‘did not have the training’ to care for pensioner who died at Inverness nursing home
The nurse in charge of the care of a 72-year-old woman who died in an Inverness home told an inquiry that her team did not have enough training to look after her.
A north mother has spoken of how her 12-year-old daughter was snatched in a dark alleyway by the same man convicted of taking an autistic boy from Inverness train station last week.
It was a bizarre movement which sparked a police hunt and a barrage of criticism from residents across the Highlands last summer.
A man has died after falling more than 650ft from a mountain in the Highlands – the sixth walker to lose his life on Scotland’s deadly hills this winter.
Competitors are being sought for a charity run and cycle challenge in memory of a young Lewis woman who died of Cystic Fibrosis at the age of 21.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was seen acting suspiciously in Inverness on Saturday evening.
Police have issued 15 warning letters to children in front of their parents in the last 10 days in a bid to crack down on a spate of anti-social behaviour in an Easter Ross town.
A community has been left “disappointed” after Stagecoach announced it is to review all of its Lochaber operations, with at least one bus service to be withdrawn next month.
An SNP councillor believes the administration’s decision to halve ward discretionary budgets across the north will reduce the effectiveness of partner contributions for local projects.
A continental style refreshment kiosk will finally open in 12 days’ time on a scenic part of the riverside in Inverness - 16 years after planning permission was first given.
Ross County’s star player is under investigation amid reports he performed a sex act in the dressing room.