An Inverness missionary has been sent an offensive package after he led a petition against next month’s proposed gay pride march through the city.
Highland councillors have thrown out an application for a hotel on a well-known site in the centre of Inverness, amid claims that the design is a throwback to the 1960s.
Highland Council’s new chief executive is East Lothian-born Donna Manson, currently children’s services director in the Borders.
Travellers to the islands of Harris and North Uist face more days of disruption after a stricken cargo vessel took refuge in Tarbert harbour at the weekend.
Early plans for a possible 111-home development close to Inverness will go before Highland councillors for comment next week.
Four Highland war memorials have received national awards in Legion Scotland’s 2018 campaign.
Amended plans for stage two of the Inverness West Link will go before Highland councillors for final approval next week.
One of Ardersier’s best-loved community spaces has had a facelift thanks to community efforts.
In a first for Highland Council, the site of a problematic planning application could be surveyed by drone, sparing the council the costs of a multi-councillor site visit.
Plans for two holiday houses in Sutherland designed specifically for the disabled were approved by Highland councillors yesterday.
Cromarty has received the seal of approval for a purpose-built cinema and business hub.
Toilet campaigner welcomes ‘constructive’ phone call from Highland Council leader after being subjected to verbal attack
The Kinlochbervie woman who bore the brunt of a verbal attack last week by the leader of the Highland Council on her community’s campaign to save their public toilets from closure said a subsequent phone call from the council leader was welcome and "constructive".
Kinlochbervie protesters were left shell-shocked yesterday after their efforts to protect their toilets from closure were dismissed in scathing terms by Highland Council’s leader.
Skye residents could soon be snaring speedsters - and possibly their own neighbours - in their commmunity.
A stark picture of reduced job opportunities, isolation and social exclusion has emerged across the Highlands as a direct consequence of cuts in bus services.
The Highland SNP group will tomorrow ask Highland Council to review its policy on the use of controversial weed killer glyphosate across the region and look for a safer alternative.
Skye looks set for another massive boost in tourism with the forthcoming release on Netflix of the new Robert the Bruce movie.
Highland Council has come under fire for its pension investments - with the £1.8bn fund being boosted in the arms, drinks and tobacco industry, pharmaceutical, mining, oil and gas companies, banks, Facebook and Amazon.
Inverness residents will see improved weekend gritting this coming winter.
Forecasts of a £5.1 million overspend in this year’s Highland Council budget dominated yesterday’s corporate resources committee meeting in Inverness - with fears voiced over the authority’s £8million reserves.
Residents of a historic Black Isle town say that traffic congestion in their High Street is causing serious access problems for emergency vehicles.
Highland Council’s opposition SNP group is calling for the immediate resignation of the man responsible for balancing the council’s books.
Budget leader Alister Mackinnon yesterday issued a stark warning over Highland Council’s precarious financial position in a statement predicting a £5.1m overspend this year, almost twice what was projected at the same time last year.
Final closure beckons for the last primary school in central Sutherland.
Education bosses in the Highlands are to consult on changing spring school holiday dates - to not necessarily include Easter weekend itself.
A total of 238 affordable homes are planned for the Badenoch and Strathspey over the next five years.
Highland Council has slashed teacher vacancies from 65 to 36 in a year, new figures show.
Council bosses reveal plans to roll out unpopular penalties scheme to more Highland towns and villages
Council bosses in the north have revealed plans to roll out their unpopular penalties scheme to more towns and villages in the Highlands - and bring in clamping and towing as further punishments.
North Black Isle residents were celebrating yesterday with news that Highland Council will fund a new junction at Crask.
The long shadow of Dr Beeching’s axe will continue to hang over an Easter Ross railway halt for the foreseeable future - but the fight to have it re-opened will continue.
Traffic-besieged residents of a tiny Highland village have lodged plans for what they believe is a potentially life-saving car park for their visitors.
The family of a teenage road crash victim have backed the fight to improve a Black Isle junction as councillors this week debate whether to allocate £250,000 to reroute it.