Police have cordoned off an alleyway connecting two streets in Inverness after receiving reports of an alleged sexual assault of a 23-year-old woman.
Councillor Ron MacWilliam
Highland Council has announced a funding shortfall for the controversial My Ness river art project in Inverness, sparking fury among some city councillors.
Inverness's two senior councillors faced calls to stand down yesterday in a bitter row over funding for the city.
Highland opposition councillors described as ‘anti-democratic chicanery’ moves by the council’s administration to shut down debate about its preparations for Brexit.
Residents of South Kessock and Merkinch in Inverness are celebrating after a council U-turn on plans to build houses next to the local nature reserve.
The future of a popular Inverness community café looks brighter only days after its permanent closure was announced.
After protracted and often bitter discussion, Highland councillors approved resubmitted plans for the conversion of a derelict farm steading close to Culloden battlefield into a family home.
Highland Council has committed to looking into the issues around using electric scooters in Highland towns.
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.
Highland Council bosses yesterday admitted that a lack of governance is behind the local authority’s current financial crisis.
Inverness councillors united yesterday to refuse to sanction proposals for the Accessing Inverness city centre improvement programme - despite a looming funding deadline.
Highland Council’s opposition SNP party scored a number of approvals for their own budget measures.
Highland councillors yesterday committed to following the principles laid out in a new report on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) by NHS Highland.
Highland Council bosses have revealed the special measures they have put in place to keep their hundreds of EU employees in the country.
Highland Council has pledged to build a minimum of 500 new homes each year for the next five years.
The first Scottish independence rally in the Highlands will be held in Inverness this weekend as part of a series taking place across Scotland.