Highland Council has announced a funding shortfall for the controversial My Ness river art project in Inverness, sparking fury among some city councillors.
Councillor Ken Gowans
Inverness's two senior councillors faced calls to stand down yesterday in a bitter row over funding for the city.
A new championship golf course for one of Scotland's exclusive clubs is being recommended for approval - with an economic boom being predicted.
Highland councillors will have a sense of déjà vu next week when they are confronted with a fresh application to develop a holiday village near Culloden battlefield, months after the council turned down a similar proposal.
Council cuts are being blamed as two city primary schools are unable to replace a sick ASN teacher, forcing one headteacher to step in to assist pupils with additional needs.
A controversial holiday village and restaurant development near Culloden Battlefield is back on the cards – just months after being thrown out by Highland Council planners.
Inverness pupils’ safety is being compromised with a lack of investment in school crossing patrollers to combat a rapidly-growing population - with more children walking next to busier roads, it has been claimed.
An Inverness primary school has had a class cut and lost a teacher less than a month into the new term, sparking deep concern within the school community.
The head of one of largest schools in the Highlands has spelled out to parents the “brutal reality” of cuts to pupil support.
A long-desired pharmacy for an Inverness community of around 3,000 people has finally been approved.
Police accused of inaction over ‘boy racers’ causing early-morning disturbance at Inshes in Inverness
Police are being urged to act after 100-plus “boy racers” were accused of creating early-morning mayhem in a city suburb.
Controversial £1million plans for a four-star holiday village and 100-seat restaurant near Culloden Battlefield have been rejected by officials under delegated powers.
Highland councillors have accused the authority’s administration of “running amok” with public funds over its handling of a controversial arts project on the River Ness.
Plans have been lodged to create a luxury "glamping" site in an effort to meet an increasing demand for tourist lodgings in the north.
Highland Council has splashed out £37million on consultancy and specialist fees in the last six years – sparking a furious reaction from north politicians.
Locals have been left outraged after a decapitated badger's head was discovered in a popular woodland area in Inverness.
Owners of a new Inverness care home have performed a U-turn over the controversial naming of the building – and will now leave it in the hands of local schoolchildren.
Owners of a new Inverness care home are under fire for planning to name it Culloden House – despite it being miles from the historic battlefield.
A Highland councillor has warned of a potential ‘tsunami’ of homelessness in light of the fragility of many residents’ finances.
Four out of Inverness's five secondary schools will not be able to accommodate the number of pupils in its catchment, according to official projections released this week.
Work to make a river bank safe to protect an eighth century church and its adjoining graveyard has been completed.
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.
A multi-million pound flood protection scheme on the outskirts of Inverness is finally to go ahead – seven years after a hero pensioner died when trying to help neighbours during torrential rainfall.
New plans unveiled for the multi-million pound ‘East Link’ road in Inverness – connecting the A96 with the A9 to the south – is a “win, win, win” for the city, it was claimed last night.
Plans for an “impressive” multi-million pound hotel and retail development in a Highland village will eventually bring 70 jobs to the area.
More than £2.6million was spent on plans to build a new prison and justice centre in Inverness before a single brick was laid, it can be revealed.
The opening of the £55million West Link bypass has sparked speeding fears in two neighbouring Inverness communities.
Two thirds of drivers in the Milton of Leys area are exceeding the 30mph speed limit, a new survey has found.
A gang of youths terrorised customers and staff at a cafe in the heart of Inverness – just days after police chiefs promised a crackdown on city centre yobs.
Highland Council’s mountain of debt has been branded “deeply worrying” after it soared to more than £1billion for the first time.
Plans to install temporary classrooms at four Inverness schools have fuelled a bitter row over claims the city's education system is heading for "catastrophe".
Neighbours of a controversial housing development in Inverness have criticised the "ridiculous" lack of facilities included in the scheme.