Bosses at Mowi, the world's largest salmon farming company, have revealed they would "prefer" to relocate work from Lochaber to the company's new base on Skye - a move that would affect 150 jobs.
Councillor John Finlayson
Two students from Culloden Academy in Inverness have their eyes firmly on the prize after progressing to the national finals of a public speaking competition.
Education chefs have placed two crumbling Skye schools at the top of its priority list as efforts are made to address the state of the north school estate.
Highland councillors yesterday committed to following the principles laid out in a new report on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) by NHS Highland.
Highland Council housing staff been selected to work with the national Tenant Participation Advisory Service thanks to their efforts in tenant engagement.
Work to restore a 15th Century castle at Kyleakin on Skye are now complete after the structure of the castle was damaged following a lightning strike in February.
The Camanachd Association has received more than £9,000 in funding to help sustain the future of shinty across the north.
The Co-op has delayed refurbishment work on Skye’s only 24-hour filling station after a backlash by by community groups and leaders fearing the vital resource would be closed off to the public for three months.
Visitors to Skye were left astonished as the volume of traffic at one of the islands beauty spots caused parking pandemonium.
Works to restore an iconic 15th-century castle are well underway with pointing work expected to begin today on Castle Moil in Kyleakin.
Education inspectors have praised Portree High School and the work of pupil support assistants in aiding young people who require additional help with learning meet their needs.
The handover of a brand new 17 seater minibus took place in Kyleakin on Tuesday which will benefit and aid community groups.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said she is “delighted” to see almost £500,000 committed to ease pressure at tourist hot-spots on Skye and Orkney.
Repairs to roads across the Highlands damaged by the harsh winter are to begin thanks to a £1.5million cash injection from Transport Scotland.