Highland Council and north transport group HiTrans have spoken out against the call from walking and cycling organisations to cease all new road building in Scotland.
Councillor Allan Henderson
Weeks of closures and convoy systems will come to an end on the A890 Strathcarron to Auchtertyre road tomorrow as restrictions are lifted 10 days ahead of schedule.
Two Highland councillors want to see developers of small numbers of large homes pay fairer contributions towards education in the area.
Tribute has been paid to a Lochaber man who tragically died in a horror five-vehicle pile-up on a scenic route through the Highlands.
Highland Council has moved their bins to a secure area just days after confidential documents about more than two dozen children were found by a member of the public.
Active travel maps to provide information for tourists and residents to plan safer routes around Inverness have been updated.
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.
The £10million final stage of the Inverness West Link bypass – described as the “gateway to the Highlands” – will finally get under way next month.
Council leaders have welcomed the introduction of a new Inverness to Heathrow service this week that will allow commuters to send a working day in the capital.
A Highland high school has been praised for its participation in a littering awareness campaign.
Homes development worth £1.2m will offer vital carer support for elderly and disabled in Highland village
A £1.2 million specialist housing development aiming to keep more elderly and disabled in their home Wester Ross village was last night welcomed.
Highland Council has launched a review of its planning policies following a groundswell of concern about planners "playing God".
The Highland Council has thanked the public for their consultation at community drop-in events with the completion date for work being carried out on the Stromeferry bypass set for Friday November 23.
Researchers have claimed the reduction of the drink-drive limit has had little effect in reducing deaths and accidents on the road.
“Disrespectful” vandals have targeted a collection box at one of the country’s most famous military monuments.
A £7 million waste handling centre – creating up to 30 jobs – is likely to be located at a former landfill site in Inverness.
Highland Council yesterday announced it has allocated a further £1.5million funding towards mending roads in a state of disrepair across the region - but they faced questions over where the money will go.
Cash-strapped Highland Council has bowed to public pressure and delayed plans to axe 29 rural toilets - aimed to make annual savings £338,000 a year.
Councillors involved in the Highland Council’s Environment, Development and Infrastructure Committee yesterday discussed the relevant measures required to maintain vital bus links in the Lochaber area.
The Highland Council have forecasted a potential financial year overspend of £2.2 million in its winter maintenance budget.
Highland Council has launched a consultation document on ambitious plans to build 3,000 new homes on the outskirts of Inverness.
Holm Mills Bridge is to become the city's centre of attention as the crossing gets set to be unveiled tomorrow.
Two thirds of drivers in the Milton of Leys area are exceeding the 30mph speed limit, a new survey has found.
Highland Council has unveiled plans to instal a hydro-electric “Archimedes Screw” in the River Ness to generate green energy that could be used to power local attractions.
Highland Council has been hit with hundreds of compensation claims in the last year from motorists who have damaged their vehicles on the region’s crumbling roads.
Business leaders believe Inverness is on the brink of an economic transformation after a key milestone in the £55million West Link project was reached.
A senior Highland councillor has welcomed the end of the Right to Buy scheme as a means of protecting social housing stock.
The north might be enjoying a late run of good weather but Highland Council is asking people to get ready for the icy blast of winter.
Highland Council will slash £600,000 from its winter maintenance budget - despite warnings that the move could put lives at risk.
Communities along the Road to the Isles say two bridges they consider "accident blackspots" should be included in a crossings replacement project on the popular tourist route.