NHS Highland chairman David Alston is facing a call to resign after an independent report recommended the board use mentors, coaches, mediation and formal training courses to improve how they govern.
One of the most high-profile local politicians in the Highlands has called for an end to "council bashing" as he prepares to bow out from the authority.
The public sector across the Highlands is united in opposing any centralisation of decision-making at Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE), the health board chairman has said.
The head of NHS Highland has given his full backing to the controversial Named Person policy - saying it is "much misunderstood".
NHS Highland want talks over plans to replace the Belford Hospital in Fort William as a matter of "urgency".
The boss of NHS Highland has urged communities across the north to show "courage" as he unveiled his vision for a radical shake-up of health services.
Controversial changes to maternity services in Caithness have been passionately defended by the head of NHS Highland.
A health chief has hailed plans to build a new children's centre in Inverness - as he revealed his own mother was in a care home on the same site when it burned down.
P&J reporter Iain Ramage speaks to NHS Highland Board chairman David Alston.
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NHS Highland chairman David Alston explains why health services need to change to meet new challenges following concerns about nursing services on Raasay.
Furious NHS Highland board members have hit back at Scottish Parliament accusations of "gross misconduct", accusing ministers of making scapegoats of local health bosses
Council bosses are demanding Scotland's police chief defend the controversial policy of arming officers on routine patrols.
Non native flatworms from New Zealand could increase the cost of improvements to a Black Isle school by a six-figure sum.
MSPs have demanded to know whether a decision to give guns to police on routine patrol was publicly endorsed prior to its roll-out across Scotland.
A row erupted last night between Highland Council and Chief Constable Sir Stephen House over the issue of armed police.
A cross-party group of Highland councillors will this week call for a controversial policy of routinely arming police officers to be abandoned.