A Highland MP has called on home secretary Priti Patel to abolish visa fees for Commonwealth servicemen and women in the British armed forces.
Drew Hendry MP
A bus operator has admitted it has failed passengers in Inverness with unreliable services.
An Inverness MP is urging for “sustainable measures” to be put in place to generate a reliable bus service for local residents.
A long-desired pharmacy for an Inverness community of around 3,000 people has finally been approved.
Terminally ill people face "devastating and far reaching financial hardship" because of a benefits policy invented three decades ago, a new report has revealed.
Northern Scotland is in danger of being "short-changed" by the UK Government after European Union funding ceases, an MP has claimed.
An Inverness chip shop has been voted the best in Scotland.
Thousands of disabled people across the Highlands have had their benefits slashed or stopped as part of the government's controversial welfare reforms, it can be revealed.
Highland MPs have demanded the government give more detail on a post-Brexit fund for the regions.
Highland post offices are "hanging by a thread" and need urgent support if they are to remain open, it has been claimed.
Brexit risks plunging the Highland hospitality sector into "complete meltdown", an industry leader has claimed.
Highland MP Drew Hendry is to join a new Parliamentary Network Group to step up the pressure on "rip off" delivery charges.
A Black Watch soldier serving at Fort George will at last be reunited with his teenage daughter after a U-turn by the Home Office to now allow her into the country.
A campaign to tackle violence against women is being launched in betting shops in the north today.
A Tory MSP privately raised fears that military chiefs would break their promise to the Highlands by shutting down the historic Fort George barracks several years early.
The north's enterprise company is taking over operations at troubled Cairngorm ski centre – a move which saves up to 70 jobs.
Following the launch of a pioneering Highland delivery scheme, operators Highland Parcels, an arm’s length delivery service of Menzies Distribution, have reported strong demand from both private and commercial customers.
Enterprise chiefs are confident Cairngorm resort will remain open despite the operators being plunged into administration – after “cashflow problems” following the closure of the railway funicular.
A new parcel delivery service charging a flat fee across the north was hailed as “a potential game changer” for a “disgraceful situation”.
The UK Government was under fresh pressure last night to end its “energy tax” on communities in the north and north-east.
An Inverness based charity hosted the official opening party of its new premises yesterday, as supporting organisations and local MP Drew Hendry gathered to celebrate the occasion.
A firefighter turned personal trainer is poised to launch his next rescue mission - making fitness affordable to all to help combat mental health issues.
Communities across the north are to benefit from the roll-out of superfast broadband to 25,000 more homes and businesses, the Scottish Government has revealed.
An American salon manager has been left devastated at facing deportation after almost five years in Inverness following a visa dispute.
Residents across the Highland region have experienced unfair delivery surcharges for a number of years.
A new whisky visitor experience has been launched in Aviemore by Speyside Distillery following a six-figure investment.
A north transport chief has called for a rail and bus interchange to be created in Inverness after the Royal Mail announced plans to relocate its Highland sorting office to another city site.
The battle to save a “valuable” Inverness-based support centre for adults with autism will go “to the wire” amid a cash crisis.
Politicians and businesses in the Highlands yesterday welcomed “a breakthrough” to tackle unfair delivery charges hitting customers in the north.
Shock proposals could lead to Inverness being dropped from the title of the city’s Westminster constituency for the first time in a century.
Business leaders believe Inverness is on the brink of an economic transformation after a key milestone in the £55million West Link project was reached.
Engineers are poised to start drawing up detailed plans for a multimillion-pound flyover at the worst traffic bottleneck in Inverness.