An application has been lodged to establish a community pharmacy for the Inverness district of Cradlehall.
A multi-agency plan to tackle Highland’s worrying suicide trend was approved yesterday by Highland NHS board.
Highland NHS board members yesterday debated tactics on how to encourage all NHS staff to take up the flu jab this winter.
NHS Highland’s overspend at the end of this financial year has shot up again and is now projected at £22.6m, it emerged at a Highland NHS board meeting in Inverness yesterday.
A glimmer of light may be ahead for Badenoch & Strathspey residents missing their swimming at the Macdonald Aviemore resort pool.
Officials are reviewing the speed limit at Lochaber’s “Harry Potter” tourist trap, it has emerged.
A Highlands MSP has written to the Scottish Government’s transport boss to demand an end to uncertainty over the future of the “gateway to the islands”.
Locals have voiced concerns over a plan to allow hundreds of lorryloads of felled trees to drive past a primary school and through a residential development.
A conservation group in Badenoch and Strathspey has criticised the Cairngorm National Park Authority (CNPA) for approving an application for 23 new houses to be built in Carrbridge.
Police are appealing for information after a theft from the Tesco supermarket in Dingwall.
Less than 400 people populate one of the Scotland’s most remote areas, the Morvern peninsula.
A crew member was airlifted from a trawler east of John o’Groats after taking ill in the early hours today. The man was suffering from chest and stomach pains. He was airlifted from Budding Rose at around 1.30am and taken to hospital in Shetland. Shetland coastguard said the rescue went smoothly amid strong north-westerly gales.
Police are appealing for information after a fire-raising incident at a farm in the Highlands.
A Highland Council internal audit has revealed a catalogue of problems over the use of council credit cards by employees.
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.