Isles MP Angus MacNeil has laid an Early Day Motion (EDM) before parliament on the centenary of the Iolaire tragedy.
Two Highland Council employees have been honoured for their outstanding work at Highland Council’s Quality Awards event in the Inverness Townhouse.
Shetland-based comedian, improviser and storyteller Marjolein Robertson will visit two Lochaber schools for Book Week Scotland 2018 next week.
A Black Isle nurse who has battled to overcome family grief and personal illness for almost two years has embarked on the project of her dreams.
This year’s Christmas lights switch-on in the Highland capital promises plenty of fun and enchantment.
The design of a key building on the Caledonian Canal at Inverness has been unveiled in plans lodged with Highland Council.
A controversial housing development in Aviemore has been given the final go-ahead by the Cairngorm National Park Authority (CPNA), to furious reaction from local groups.
A north farm is to move lock, stock and barrel across the road to accommodate the dualling of the A9.
Highland Council has pledged to build a minimum of 500 new homes each year for the next five years.
Highland Council has agreed to ‘rachet up’ its plans to combat dangerous rock fall on the Stromeferry Bypass.
The current Corran Ferry service isn’t sustainable, with two ageing vessels and a crewing situation becoming critical.
The dangers run on a daily basis by travellers on the A890 Stromeferry Bypass have been highlighted in this year’s inspection of the sheer rock face on the landward side of the road and railway line to Kyle of Lochalsh.
A hotel boss has hit back in the row over public swimming in Aviemore.
Temporary traffic control changes will come into force in part of Inverness city centre next week.
Extended hours for alcohol sales over the festive season were agreed by Highland Licensing Board yesterday.
A furious Highland Councillor has lambasted Cairngorm National Park Authority (CPNA) planning committee for undemocratic behaviour in its choice of venue to decide a controversial planning development.
High occupancy rates and strong customer demand will see Premier Inn’s Inverness operation expanding over the next few months with the addition of 54 new bedrooms across its Millburn and Inshes Gate sites.
Updated guidelines for how much developers should pay towards facilities and infrastructure in Highland region have now been approved by Scottish ministers and adopted as part of the Highland Council’s development plan.
Inverness bus services are set for a huge shake-up from the New Year with Stagecoach taking over dozens of routes.
Nine candidates representing the full political spectrum have put themselves forward for election in Highland Council’s Wester Ross, Strathpeffer and Lochalsh ward.
Ross and Cromarty residents have been warned that some of their roads will not be gritted over the weekend, in a departure from previous years.
A packed Carnegie Hall in Clashmore in the Highlands played witness to the first step in the public inquiry into the controversial Coul Links golf development near Embo, Sutherland
The first stage in the public inquiry into the controversial Coul Links golf course development takes place in Sutherland today.
Improvements in weekend gritting arrangements head up Highland Council’s winter maintenance programme for 2018/19.
The new leader of Highland Council has said there should be “no need” for compulsory redundancies – but admitted there will be “difficult choices” as she starts her role.
Education bosses have turned to former teachers as part of their drive to recruit and keep educators in the region.
The Cairngorm funicular problems last night took another twist after the resort operator’s dozens of seasonal ski instructors were told the winter snowsports school will not open this winter.
A Badenoch & Strathspey councillor has slammed Macdonald Aviemore Resort for accepting millions in taxpayer cash for the resort, only to close its doors to local swimmers.
Highland councillors yesterday accepted a wide-ranging review of public toilet provision in the region, incorporating rationalisation measures designed to save £491,000.
Recurring payments amounting to hundreds of thousands of pounds to providers of children’s support services could be clawed back by Highland Council following the findings of a re-design team.
Highland Council will launch a programme of activities across the region next month to engage with the public over forthcoming hard-hitting budget cuts.
A piece of prime real estate belonging to Highland Council has gone up for sale in Inverness - but with potential legal complications.