A new multi-million pound school campus in Inverness will be open for business by 2021 as contractors pledge to have it in working order by November.
Councillor Bet McAllister
A fire ripped through Clachnacuddin's stadium on Christmas Eve causing "catastrophic damage" and throwing Saturday's home clash with Formartine United into doubt.
Thousands of people gathered in Inverness at the weekend as the city’s Winter Wonderland festival made a triumphant return.
Modern "top up taps" installed in the centre of towns and cities across the north and north-east have been switched off as they cannot cope with freezing temperatures.
Traffic lights on a busy Inverness road have been out of action for weeks, sparking concerns for public safety.
Revised plans for a controversial 170-bed hotel on the banks of the River Ness have been lodged to the Highland Council in an effort to reduce the “visual impact” on the city’s landscape.
Patrons of Inverness’s Castle Restaurant have spoken of their delight as the popular city centre eatery prepares to reopen for business.
The future of one of the north’s largest indoor music venues is in doubt after shock plans were unveiled to demolish the Ironworks building in the Highland capital and build a 160-bed luxury hotel.
Police have launched an investigation after a young boy was attacked by a gang of men and left "shaken and injured".
Work has begun on creating one of the largest housing developments to be built in the Highlands for years.
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A row has erupted over traffic priorities with a city swing bridge amid claims an ambulance was delayed.
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.
A north charity that has helped thousands of people in to work over the past 25 years has been forced to suddenly close its doors, resulting in 17 job losses and a “huge hole” in service provision.
A Highland councillor says developer contributions could help pay for a new special school to help children with support needs - and it could be established as a wing of the current Gaelic medium school in Inverness.
Shoplifting incidents in Inverness have increased by almost 30% in the past year, sparking concerns about the benefits system.
Plans for a new swing bridge at Tomnahurich have been revealed to help reduce congestion in the city.
A creative director is being sought to lead the Inverness Castle project to make the historic site and surrounding area a major visitor attraction in the Highlands.
The demolition of a familiar Inverness landmark will begin on Monday.
A coffee shop at the heart of Inverness is to close its doors after five years of success - leaving thousands of customers disappointed and 15 staff out of work.
Hundreds of families from across the north braved the cold weather over the weekend for the city’s annual winter festival.
Cauldeen Primary School in Inverness celebrated its 50th year in operation over the weekend and marked the occasion by officially declaring its new state-of-the-art additional support needs building open.
This year’s Christmas lights switch-on in the Highland capital promises plenty of fun and enchantment.
The Christian charity Blythswood yesterday unveiled a brand new premise on Glebe Street in Inverness that will house its shop and foodbank, aimed at serving the needs of those who require it most.
Councillors have admitted there will be “winners and losers” in the north as it emerged the near-doubling of childcare entitlement being rolled out to just six schools and education centres in a pilot scheme two years before everywhere else.
It has had a facelift - now it’s time to take a look at the back end of things.
Concerns about anti-social behaviour in the city centre have resurfaced after a bottle of Buckfast dropped onto a car from the window of a property.
An Inverness community centre will get new windows and a new bike rack thanks to a donation from Highland Council.
Highland Council has done a U-turn on its unpopular proposal to reduce the length of the school week for primary pupils - but only for one year.
A former leader of Highland Council has accused the local authority of using European legislation as "an excuse" not to subsidise the Corran Ferry.
A well-used Inverness footpath is to be closed from next week for a much needed facelift.