Police are investigating a report of a sexual assault on a teenage girl and a serious attack on a man in Inverness.
Councillor Donnie Kerr
A councillor in Inverness has called on the local authority to grant a reprieve to the city's closure-threatened junior football club as it desperately hunts for a new pitch.
Highland Council has agreed to repay more than £18,000 to the Inverness Common Good Fund after an administrative blunder.
An Inverness councillor has lodged a formal complaint with Highland Council over the lack of action to clear up unsightly rubbish bins in the city centre.
Highland Council is spending tens of thousands of pounds on consultants to help it crack down on rogue parkers.
A powerful watchdog body has discovered Highland councillors are being starved of the vital information they need to make key decisions on multimillion-pound projects.
Efforts to open a new viewpoint at Inverness Castle have taken a major step forward after councillors approved a £100,000 funding request.
Councillors are disappointed that plans for a waste transfer station in Inverness will now go ahead.
A row broke out last night over who was to blame for delays in the consideration of a controversial windfarm application, which mean it will no longer be decided by local councillors.
Controversial plans for a rubbish sorting site which were binned by Highland Council have been put back on track by the Scottish Government.
A busy Inverness thoroughfare will close to traffic again as the city's long-running flood scheme continues.
The owners of a fire-ravaged hostel in Inverness have been issued with a dangerous building enforcement notice by Highland Council.
Further snow could bring fresh disruption to travel in the north today.
Anti-windfarm campaigners have called for a moratorium on new turbine developments in the north amid fears the region is being "swamped" by turbines.
A long-awaited report setting out the true cost of the Inverness West Link road has been delayed by Highland Council.
Five breakaway Highland councillors have formed their own group - claiming they will fight to protect communities throughout the region.
A row has broken out over an invasion of rubbish bins in the centre of Inverness.
Calls have been made for Highland Council to pilot new powers which could force the sale of an Inverness eyesore.
Councillors have clashed over the future of a coach drop-off point in the centre of Inverness.
Plans to bring a historic Inverness building back into community use have taken a major step forward.
Plans for a multimillion-pound brewery which would have transformed the Highland capital's riverside area have been rejected by councillors.
Councillors have approved plans for new student accommodation at the Highland's new multimillion-pound education and business campus.
Councillors have deferred a decision on plans for multimillion-pound redevelopment of a popular Inverness hotel so that they can visit the site.
A member of Highland Council told a ground-breaking conference in the north yesterday that the war on drugs is lost and the issue is now one of damage limitation.