Scotland’s public spending watchdog will turn the spotlight on “recent issues with CairnGorm Mountain”, it has emerged.
Green MSP John Finnie
A Holyrood committee is visiting Skye later this week, where islanders will have the opportunity to deliver their views and opinions at an open question and answers session, followed by a formal committee meeting.
Students from across the north have spoken of their Brexit fears at a conference in Inverness yesterday.
Dozens of firefighters in the north were attacked while on duty over the last six years, it can be revealed.
The last reported flight taking high-grade nuclear material from Dounreay in Caithnesss has taken place.
Hundreds of jobs are to go over Christmas after the “devastating” announcement a major seafood firm in the Highlands is to close.
An expansion of flights between Inverness and Heathrow exposes a “failure” by the Scottish Government to upgrade rail infrastructure, a north MSP has claimed.
Plans for a council takeover of Aberdeen’s bus network have been dealt a blow after a proposed new law limited the scope for a bid by the local authority.
MSPs have passed a “historic and momentous” law to safeguard the future of the islands – including a ban on putting Shetland in a box on official maps.