Highland Council is to spend more than £4.5m on three Highland schools to improve their facilities.
Inverness and Highland towns have been branded the "safest party spots" in the north after a crackdown on anti-social behaviour - which has seen police committing 50% more hours patrolling pubs, clubs and restaurants in the region than counterparts in Scotland, the area's police commander has claimed.
An outdoor nursery for 3-5-year-olds will open at the end of August in Wester Ross.
Highland Council planners have granted permission for a bunk house on the site of a former brewery in Wester Ross-shire.
Two Highland primary schools have received praise in their latest Education Scotland inspection and review reports.
A second car dealership in Inverness has been targeted days after thieves stole three vehicles from another business in the city
Emergency services rushed to attend a road accident on the A96 this morning.
A Newtonmore estate has been granted retrospective permission by Cairngorm National Park Authority (CNPA) to resurface its hill track at Carn Sgulain, provided it doesn’t use plastic matting.
Police have responded to the pressure of tourists on the NC500 with a level of visibility described as ‘unprecedented’ by Highland’s local policing commander.
Highland Council will show support for Proud Ness 2019 by flying the rainbow flag, symbol of the LBGT+ rights movement, in Inverness during the weekend of the parade.
Tourism fears as planners suggest national cycle route could be extended away from Kyle of Sutherland to Dornoch
A suggestion that the national cycle route through the middle of the Highlands could be diverted away from the Kyle of Sutherland has raised alarm bells that local tourism could be affected.
A contract worth £5.1 million has been awarded by Highland Council to build 35 new council houses in Inverness.
Inverness College students have designed new merchandise for the University of the Highlands and Islands.
Highland Council is fighting back against calls by Aberdeen Airport that north airports should lose their Air Passenger Duty exemption.
Charities, community land trusts and housing co-ops across the Highlands have been urged by Kate Forbes MSP to apply for funding through the Nationwide Community Grants programme.
A novel set in a west coast fishing community is the debut offering of former teacher and Scottish Book Trust children’s fiction new writer awardee, Strontian-based Sylvia Hehir.
Families and supporters gathered in five towns across Highland to protest against Highland Council’s cuts to additional support needs provision (ASN).
From December, members of the public will be able to ask questions at Highland Council meetings.
A lottery has been launched to raise funds for the Inverness Highland Games.
An expert in Viking and early Scandinavian place-names, mythology and law has joined UHI's Institute for Northern Studies.
Education has borne the bulk of the cuts Highland Council says it has achieved so far this year in its drive to balance its books.
Feis Bharraigh’s Music for All project has been awarded £2,000 from ferry operator CalMac’s new Community Fund.
Highland MSP Rhoda Grant has praised the Royal Bank of Scotland for steps they have taken to make their mobile banking fleet more suitable for those with disabilities.
Arisaig residents will today get the first glimpse of plans for the development they hope to build to alleviate housing pressures in their community.
One of Inverness’s oldest buildings will next month start offering “time travel tours” for visitors to discover more about the city’s history.
The world’s fastest female solo Atlantic rower will shortly start the Highland stint of her UK and Ireland coastal litter pick.
Concerned parents across the north are preparing demonstrations against Highland Council’s proposed additional support needs (ASN).
Nairn residents and visitors will next Sunday be treated to the unusual sight of the town's courthouse steeple being lifted off and placed in the rear car park.
An north entrepreneur, who opened a high-end men’s clothing business in Inverness less than a year ago, has applied to change the business to a cafe.
A live Second World War torpedo, found at Scapa Flow, was blown up yesterday by a Royal Navy explosives disposal team.
A Highland councillor, who turned to gardening as therapy after suffering a stroke ten years ago, unveiled his garden to the public as part of Cromarty Gardens open day at the weekend.
Organiser of 37th Highland Cross declares event a huge success as competitors raise £300,000 for charity
This year’s Highland Cross saw 735 competitors race on foot and cycle from Kintail to Beauly with only five failing to finish.