Safety fears have been raised after it emerged overcrowded Inverness jail has "insufficient" CCTV coverage.
Conservative MSP Edward Mountain
Less than half of NHS Highland workers were vaccinated against the potentially deadly winter flu virus last year – “posing some degree of risk to patients and colleagues”, health bosses have warned.
‘Rip off’ TV charges at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness to run for six more months following contract confusion
Patients at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness face six more months of “rip-off” TV charges after “confusion” over when the contract ends.
Health chiefs have apologised for failings in the care and treatment of a mum who died of cancer after her illness went undiagnosed twice.
A health watchdog has raised concerns over patient care files and treatment plans at the Highlands main psychiatric hospital.
Scottish Natural Heritage under fire for splashing out £1 million on specialist consultants in one year
Inverness-based environmental agency Scottish Natural Heritage has been blasted for splashing out more than £1million on specialist consultants in a single year – despite having a staff of more than 700.
A major crackdown on illegal parking across the Highlands and islands – including a host of remote towns and villages – started to be rolled out yesterday as the tourist season begins to kick off.
NHS Highland bullying scandal: Health chief warns staff inquiry findings make for ‘difficult’ reading
The new chief of crisis-hit NHS Highland has admitted bullying exists within the health authority ahead of the findings from a QC-led inquiry being revealed today in the Scottish Parliament.
A long-awaited report into whistleblowing bullying allegations within NHS Highland has again been delayed.
Caledonian Canal bosses face a race against time to have the world-famous waterway reopened by Easter – sparking fears of the impact on tourism.
Scotland’s public spending watchdog will turn the spotlight on “recent issues with CairnGorm Mountain”, it has emerged.
Highland Council has been criticised for “serious failures” in its financial handling of the £315million City Region Deal – by its own auditors.
A biomass boiler which formed part of a £3million “green” heating system at the north’s flagship hospital – hailed for potentially saving NHS Highland £1m a year – has lain dormant for four years after a horror explosion, sparking fury among politicians.
Cash-strapped NHS Highland splashed out almost £2million in compensation to patients last year – and £5m in the last five years – for a catalogue of errors.
Ambitious NHS Highland plans to use drones to deliver medical supplies to hospitals, GP surgeries and care homes across the region has been welcomed.
The use of a potentially deadly synthetic drug sold as an alternative to LSD – known as N-Bomb – is on the increase in the Highlands, health bosses have warned.
A north MSP has claimed delays in the construction of a new prison in the Highlands will cause additional overcrowding at the current jail and lead to more prisoners being sent outwith the region.
Dozens of firefighters in the north were attacked while on duty over the last six years, it can be revealed.
NHS Highland has the longest chronic pain waiting times in Scotland – with two patients enduring a wait of more than 72 weeks before treatment.
Patients needing emergency radiology treatment in the Highlands may have to travel to Tayside or Grampian after the region’s full-time specialist consultants leave next month.
Budget-cutting NHS Highland bosses accused of ‘mismanagement’ after £200,000 contract payments were not legally agreed
Health chiefs in the Highlands have been ordered to carry out a major review after investigators found they were paying a £200,000 contract that was not legally agreed.