After months of jostling for votes in the Highland capital, Calum Ross finds out if the election will be the last stand for one of the chief architects of the coalition.
Chief Treasury Secretary Danny Alexander
Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander has promised to ensure that people who earn less than £12,500 a year will not have to pay income tax.
The Liberal Democrats and SNP clashed yesterday over claims Scotland would face a £40billion funding “black hole” if the nation had full fiscal autonomy.
The UK Government is to offer up to £3million to help deliver key projects to revamp Inverness.
Plans to refurbish Rothiemurchas Lodge near Aviemore will get a £250,000 boost in the Budget today.
The UK Government will pledge today to move "urgently" to slash electricity bills for hard-pressed families in the north and north-east.
The UK Government has fined one of its own departments and will use the money to send 2,500 veterans to London for World War II commemorations.
Danny Alexander has claimed that the SNP “lacks the will” to invest in north transport projects as he called for an upgrade of the main rail line to the Highlands.
The battle for Inverness intensified yesterday as the SNP and Danny Alexander’s Liberal Democrats traded blows ahead of the election.
A motion has been tabled at Westminster censuring Inverness MP Danny Alexander for his "irresponsible" campaign against A9 average speed cameras.
Loch Ness and it's resident monster have been "under used" in attempts to attract visitors to the Highlands.
Thirteen communities in the Highlands are poised to get cut-price petrol and diesel after the European Commission approved plans to extend a discount scheme.
A row has broken out after a Highland MSP urged Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander to scrap VAT for Police Scotland.
The UK Government has agreed a new £250million seven-year contract to continue the Post Office card account service.
Danny Alexander has received £50,000 from one of the most prominent business figures in the Highlands to boost his re-election campaign.
Offshore leaders are poised to find out if UK ministers will move to resuscitate the North Sea sector - or stand by as price falls hammer a "nail in the coffin".