The future of the 51-strong workforce of a north aquafeed plant is under threat after its Scandinavian owners announced plans to pull out of the UK.
Councillor Carolyn Wilson
The construction of a brand new secondary school in Alness took its first steps last night as a turf-cutting ceremony took place to signify the beginning of works.
A furious councillor claims proposals to set parking revenue targets could hold a “financial gun” to communities in the Highlands.
The Ross-shire academy known as the north’s worst school building has more than 200 asbestos hotspots, it has emerged.
A new £30million secondary is finally due to be built to replace the “worst school building in the Highlands”.
An Alness business has been left counting the cost after a car crashed into the front of their High Street shop.
An Inverness councillor who made allegedly anti-Semitic remarks is to undergo equalities training.
Plans to cut secondary school staffing by 1% will be postponed for a year after a last minute change of heart by the Highland Council administration yesterday.
Five breakaway Highland councillors have formed their own group - claiming they will fight to protect communities throughout the region.
Scrooge council officials threatened to ban school nativities amid health and safety fears over curtains and chairs.
Schools across Highland have lost hundreds of hours of teaching time because of heating breakdowns, councillors said yesterday.
A proposal to employ a commercial manager devoted to exploiting opportunities for making money was derailed by members of the resources committee today.
Raising council tax for the first time in more than seven years could protect frontline services from budget cuts, Highland opposition councillors said yesterday.
Highland Council's Independent group has unanimously agreed to fight the administration's proposed budget cuts claiming they would have "devastating impacts" on local communities.
Highland Council's Independent group says it has been calling for NHS Highland to be "more transparent" for more than a year.
Doubts over the survival of Highland Council's rainbow coalition were allayed yesterday as the Liberal Democrats pledged their commitment to the partnership.
A question mark hangs over the future of Highland Council's SNP-led coalition in the wake of the Scottish referendum.