Ruth Davidson has rejected suggestions that the Scottish Tories could break away from the UK Conservative party.
Theresa May must be willing to compromise on her Brexit deal if it is to pass at Westminster, according to Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson.
There are more Davidson's in the north-east of Scotland than anywhere else in the world.
Highland Council chiefs appear to have failed in a fresh attempt to influence controversial police reforms.
Thousands of motorcyclists heading for the Highlands are being urged to keep their tanks topped up amid concerns there could be a limited fuel supply at town at the centre of the north’s biggest annual extravaganzas.
Windfarm bosses have insisted that a multi-millin pound windfarm off the coast of Caithness will be a boon in terms of jobs and money.
Councillors pressing for the reinstatement of 24-hour emergency NHS cover on Skye have called for urgent talks with Health Secretary Shona Robison.
Council chiefs are maintaining pressure on Scottish Government ministers to scrap the proposed switch of the police control room in Inverness to Dundee.
A last-ditch attempt by Highland Council's leader to avert the closure of the police control room in Inverness appears to have failed.
The north's council leader last night launched a blistering attack on her own education officials for failing to get to grips with an overcrowding crisis in city schools.
Council chiefs have accused Scottish Government ministers of ignoring their pleas for help to secure Highland a fairer share of massive profits from green energy schemes.
Highland Council chiefs have agreed an escape clause if radical reforms go wrong.
The Highlands have been put "at risk" by the exclusion of the SNP from the council's coalition, nationalists have claimed.
The main opposition party on Highland Council last night pledged to be "co-operative and not obstructive", despite a bad-tempered start to the new term.
Highland health campaigners are heading to Holyrood with a 5,000-signature petition demanding better services.
Opposition leaders in Holyrood have branded Nicola Sturgeon’s referendum demand “irresponsible” and “divisive”.
A Highland councillor has called for a full explanation for a disparity in the formula for business rates that sets Inverness city centre apart from the rest of Scotland.
There has been universal support for the massive new investment.
The Scottish Government was last night accused of causing delays to vital investment in north schools by failing to pass on millions of pounds in funding.
An investment bonanza agreed yesterday has promised to create hundreds of north jobs and deliver a massive boost to the economy.
A prominent eyesore building in the heart of Inverness is finally poised to be put up for sale - after lying empty for a year-and-a-half.
Hoteliers in the Highlands were last night celebrating the news that their rates are to be capped at 12.5%.
Highland Council last night delivered a tough budget with tax increases and service cuts for the man and woman on the street.
Highland Council leader Margaret Davidson owned up yesterday to leaving her vehicle on double yellow lines in the authority's own car park.
Community leaders are to arrange urgent talks with ambulance chiefs to address growing public concern about the viability of maternity services in the far north.
Highland Council has stated its resounding opposition to centralising the Highlands and Islands Enterprise board.
Highland council leader Margaret Davidson warned last night that people needed to "get real" on the issue of fresh budget cuts.
Highland council chiefs have confessed to an element of failure in last year's radical voluntary redundancy scheme.
Highland Council leaders are seeking an assurance from Scottish Government ministers that extra money raised by increasing council tax will be invested back into the area.
Tens of thousands of Highland householders face hikes of up to £500 on their council tax as local authority chiefs try to claw extra cash into their coffers.
Hundreds of Highland Council frontline staff stepped out of the shadow of uncertainty yesterday after their bosses made a surprise decision not to hive off their jobs to an outside organisation.
A bid by opposition politicians to allow constituents to grill Highland Council leaders has been "kicked into the long grass" amid safety and security fears.