Designs for a congestion-busting flyover at one of the worst traffic bottlenecks in the north will cost almost £1.5million to prepare.
David Stewart MSP
A new initiative is being launched today to raise awareness of the safest way for drivers to use single track roads and passing places in the Highlands.
Progress on plans to build a new flyover at the worst traffic bottleneck in Inverness was warmly welcomed last night.
A north MSP has secured another award for his road safety campaigning.
Education chiefs are pressing forward with plans for a £10million upgrade of Inverness High School amid "concern" over its current condition.
NC500 bosses pledged to deliver a "lasting legacy" for the Highlands as a study showed the route had transformed the local economy.
Engineers are poised to start drawing up detailed plans for a multimillion-pound flyover at the worst traffic bottleneck in Inverness.
More than 200 patients needing treatment for eye conditions in the Highlands in the last year waited more than three months for surgery.
My interest in road safety was brought into sharp focus when two teenagers tragically died in a horrific road accident on the outskirts of Inverness.
Health chiefs in the Highlands have admitted they are facing "unprecedented" cuts of £100million over the next three years.
Retaining a 40mph speed limit through dualling roadworks on the A9 during the Christmas holidays has been branded "ridiculous" by a north MSP.
Battle lines were being drawn last night amid claims that the Scottish Government is poised to scrap the economic development agency for the Highlands.
An Inverness pensioner has warned that lengthy waiting lists for cataract operations could leave scores of older people housebound.
An in-demand ferry will not be returning to the Mallaig to Armadale route this summer, a north MSP has been informed.
Highland and Island Enterprise and Skills Development Scotland have stepped in to support Baxters staff at risk of losing their jobs.
Transport chiefs at Holyrood are under pressure to help fund major repairs to the crumbling roads in the Highlands.
Bosses at mining giant Rio Tinto have met north politicians over fears the firm could shut down its operations in Lochaber.
An e-petition has been launched by Highlands and Islands Labour MSP David Stewart asking the public to support his Preserve Our Ness Islands campaign.
A north MSP has launched a campaign to protect one of Inverness's most popular walks from flooding.
Fresh concerns have been raised about so-called "boy racers" driving in the harbour area of Nairn.
Troubled airline Loganair has been urged to "come clean" over its reliability problems after the latest emergency involving a flight to the islands.
Transport minister Derek Mackay has admitted air travel to the Highlands and Islands has "got worse" on his watch.
A damning report has demanded better rail links between the north of Scotland and the central belt - and revealed the bill for the backlog of pothole repairs is running at hundreds of millions of pounds.
The number of fatal accidents on the A9 between Perth and Inverness has increased by more than a third since average speed cameras were introduced.
A north MSP has held talks with UK transport chiefs to try to win backing for an overhaul of the driving licence system.
A north MSP has said he has been "inundated" with complaints about delays on the A9 Inverness-Perth because of roadworks.
A freedom of information request by a road safety campaigning MSP has found that there have been 12 road accidents at busy trunk road junctions in Nairn.
Labour's new leader in Scotland has insisted the north and north-east will have a strong voice - despite her decision to appoint just one MSP from the region to her senior front bench team.
SNP ministers are being partly blamed for a reduction in ScotRail services across the country tomorrow.
Scotland’s transport minister has admitted there may be little he can do to force airlines to cut the price of fares between the mainland and the northern and Western Isles.
A north MSP was snubbed yesterday when he tried to visit a closure threatened centre in Inverness at the request of concerned staff.