Hopes are rising that hundreds of new jobs could be created at Nigg Energy Park as its owner prepares to reveal details of major plans for the site.
Councillors have reluctantly approved plans by Marine Harvest to install bigger pens at a west Highland salmon farm.
Councillors have approved revised plans for a new £23million Inverness Justice Centre - but not without their reservations.
Plans to create 400 new jobs by building the UK’s biggest car wheel plant in Fort William are due to be lodged within weeks.
Police seized almost £150,000 worth of drugs during an operation in the Highlands.
Two historic dog sculptures which disappeared more than 40 years ago have been returned to the revamped Inverness Town House just hours before its public unveiling.
Letters have been sent to parents after a primary school pupil was caught carrying a knife on a school bus in the Highlands.
A top police officer, who was working in Aberdeen when teenager Bailey Gwynne was killed, has revealed plans for a crackdown on weapons in Highland schools.
Motorists will soon be able to park free for the first 15 minutes in some parts of Inverness city centre as part of a move to boost trade.
A public consultation will be launched to gauge Highlanders’ thinking about the Scottish Government’s future plans for education.
Councillors will consider revised plans next week for a new £23million Inverness Justice Centre.
Highland Council has unveiled plans to instal a hydro-electric “Archimedes Screw” in the River Ness to generate green energy that could be used to power local attractions.
An island loyalty card scheme could reach the heights if a report is approved today.
NHS Highland’s annual bill for private home care has almost doubled to £9million in three years - at a time of unprecedented budgetary pressures.
Beareaved relatives have been offered an apology by council chiefs after suffering funeral delays in the Highlands.
Highland Council has been hit with hundreds of compensation claims in the last year from motorists who have damaged their vehicles on the region’s crumbling roads.
A community leader has criticised bosses at the biggest retail park in Inverness for opposing plans for a new £66million jail.
Current and retired servicemen and women joined a moving tribute in Inverness yesterday to those killed in one of the bloodiest battles in history.
Thousands of new affordable homes are to be built in the Highlands as action is promised to address “considerable” shortages.
Opposition councillors have voiced demands for more schools to be built and other major projects to be shelved because of worrying new statistics showing the extent of need for essential refurbishment.
Plans to build a congestion-busting flyover at one of the worst traffic bottlenecks in the north have taken a “major step forward”.
Prison chiefs have hit back at bosses of the biggest retail park in Inverness over plans for a new £66million city jail.
One of Scotland’s most iconic castles is poised to undergo repairs to protect the building for decades to come - and make it safer for thousands of visitors.
Highland Council’s mountain of debt has been branded “deeply worrying” after it soared to more than £1billion for the first time.
Residents living near one of Lochaber’s most popular tourist destinations believe thoughtless parking by visitors could put lives at risk.
Contract workers failed to turn off a sprinkler system at Inverness Royal Academy after they triggered it while testing new gas cookers, causing major flooding.
Tributes have been paid to a 22-year-old north mechanic with a “bright future” who was killed after crashing during a vehicle testing session.
The transfer of police calls from Inverness to Dundee is causing serious concern among Highland councillors.
A virus has swept through a Highland school affecting pupils and staff.
A group of Inverness residents have placed traffic cones on their street to stop others parking there, sparking a council offer of consultation to make it a permit zone.
The latest break down of the Corran Ferry has left a council pondering bringing in the Navy.
Education chiefs have moved to reassure parents over ongoing concerns about building work at the £48.5million Wick Campus.