Everyone in Highland is being asked to keep their eyes open for children at risk during the school holidays.
An Inverness primary school now has its own magic bus for learning, nurturing and special projects thanks to a massive cross-community effort.
North communities are racing against the clock to bid for a share of a new Scottish Government Town Centre Fund.
Plans have been lodged with Highland Council for the demolition of the 1970s additions to Inverness High School and construction of Phase 2 of the school’s refurbishment.
Urgent foster care places could be created instantly by tweaking fee structure, says Highland councillor
A Highland councillor is calling on the council to change its fostering fee structure immediately - a move he says would create 25 desperately needed foster places.
A Black Isle community council is making an urgent appeal for more members to prevent it from being put into abeyance.
Work will soon begin on an extension and other alterations at a Sutherland distillery as part of a £150m investment in whisky tourism by global distilling giant Diageo.
A stretch of the A82 Glasgow-Inverness road will be closed overnight from tomorrow evening to permit resurfacing work at Alltsigh, Loch Ness.
Oban residents are invited to an informal drop-in session to learn more about the findings from the ongoing investigations into flooding in the town, including possible solutions to address flood risks.
The partnership work between wildland and conservation charity John Muir Trust (JMT) and community land owner West Harris Trust (WHT) will continue for a further four years thanks to the signing of a new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).
Businesses across the Highlands have spoken of their dismay following a series of opportunistic thefts from village shops, charity tins and honesty boxes.
Pupils from Dalneigh primary school in Inverness yesterday celebrated the opening of their new dining hall and commercial kitchen extension.
A child with autism was removed from an Inverness primary school in the back of a police van earlier this week.
A Nairn care home worker who dragged a resident across the floor by her wrist has had a warning placed on her registration for two years.
Highland Council social work managers will undergo online training around regulations in petty cash handling after a member of staff allegedly falsified documentation and stole around £250.
Website upgrade leads to fewer complaints against Highland Council – but targets still not being met
Highland Council received 35% fewer complaints last year compared to the year before, but about half were not resolved within the target time of five days.
Nairn councillors yesterday agreed to set a prompt deadline for applications to a £200,000 town centre improvement fund.
An aged paddling pool in a north town is poised to receive a radical upgrade after councillors endorsed plans to give it a new lease of life.
I was a child in the 1960s, but I knew something was going on out there that I desperately wanted to be part of.
The Inverness Townscape Heritage Project has pledged a substantial grant towards the cost of repairs to a city centre building.
A row broke out over proposals to build an incinerator on a former Highland landfill site.
A new sand and gravel quarry will be built near Nairn despite concerns that the development could upset breeding capercaillies and common crossbills nearby.
Lochaber councillors have questioned Highland Council’s choice of heating system for a new social housing development at Fort William.
Fast-food giant McDonalds has been given permission to extend the opening hours of its drive-through at its new Nairn restaurant.
Political journalist and broadcaster John Sergeant will headline the 16th Nairn Book and Arts Festival (NBAF).
Hebridean, Inverness and Moray developments feature large in the Saltire Society’s shortlist of housing design awards.
A Gairloch couple were left shocked and distressed after someone broke into their restaurant and stole an evening's takings.
A diver exploring the waters around Orkney came up too fast and had to be rushed to hospital for safe decompression.
Stainless steel reinforcements are to be placed behind the distinctive stone tracery of Inverness Cathedral to strengthen it against strong winds.
Glenfinnan’s Harry Potter viaduct is in line for a plaque commemorating its unique history.
Anaesthetists in Inverness have reduced the hospital’s CO2 equivalent emissions by 4.5% and saved NHS Highland £73,000 a year - simply by changing the gas they use in operations.
Police were called after Highland Council was victim of a bank mandate fraud, an internal auditors’ report has revealed.