A Scottish Labour MEP who enjoyed a family Easter holiday in the Highlands fears any closures of public toilets in the region could harm the success of the NC500 tourist route.
Highland Council have issued warnings to motorists planning to use the Castle Street area of Inverness next week to expect delays.
Motorists have been told to expect delays in Inverness next week due to scaffolding being dismantled.
Work to install flood alleviation channels in Kingussie are now complete following a three phase project.
Plans to build 160 new homes in Evanton have taken a step forward after being approved by the Highland Council.
Highland Council has come under fire for announcing a hike in garden waste pick-up fees just months after introducing the charge.
Motorists are advised of traffic restrictions as 19 roads close for Etape Loch Ness.
Staff and pupils flooded through the gates of Bun-sgoil Ghàidhlig Phort Rìgh for the first time yesterday as the multi-million pound Gaelic medium school opened.
Work on the next stage of improvements to a popular Inverness tourist attraction will begin today.
The Ross-shire academy known as the north’s worst school building has more than 200 asbestos hotspots, it has emerged.
Lib Dem Denis Rixson has been elected as the Highlands' newest councillor.
It has had a facelift - now it’s time to take a look at the back end of things.
The organiser of a petition calling on Highland Council to reverse the threat of closure of public toilets on Scotland’s answer to America’s Route 66 says he is “staggered” after it attracted more than 2,500 supporters in a week.
Highland Council have approved plans for six new affordable houses in the north-east of Skye – the first of their kind in almost 20 years.
North councils are facing a demographic “ticking time bomb” that could accelerate cuts and make vital services unsustainable within a few years, according to a new report.
Motorists in the north are being advised that part-day road closures in Farr have been called off after wintry showers swept across Scotland.
It is one of the most famous lighthouses in Scotland - and, thanks to a major tourism boom on Skye, Neist Point is experiencing more visitors than ever before.
North police have dealt with more than twice as many cases of children going missing from care accommodation this year compared to last.
Two sites are now in the running for a new £45 million super school in Tain.
Furious Dingwall residents and traders have accused Highland Council of drawing up controversial parking fee proposals “on the back of a fag packet”.
Taxi drivers in Inverness have been left fuming at Highland Council’s refusal to cap the number of vehicles operating in the city – claiming the trade was on the “brink of collapse”.
Scotland’s first Business Improvement District has been confirmed in place for another term after six weeks of voting concluded.
A senior councillor has contacted police after becoming the target of face-to-face and online abuse as a row over parking charges in a Highland town reached boiling point.
Plans for an “impressive” multi-million pound hotel and retail development in a Highland village will eventually bring 70 jobs to the area.
Highland Council Trading standards are urging residents to be vigilant to prevent them falling victim to a new telephone scam.
Highland Council's director of care and learning Bill Alexander has announced his retirement.
A major overhaul of school management in the Highlands - including the “clustering” of schools under one head teacher - has been put on hold amid claims the council failed to properly communicate its plans.
One of Inverness’s busiest streets was forced to close yesterday after a banner advertising an Easter egg hunt was caught by the wind and dislodged masonry.
The controversial decision to approve a new housing development near Culloden Battlefield has been suspended, it has emerged.
The decision to allow a controversial housing development was thrown into doubt last night after it emerged two councillors might have voted the wrong way.
Taxi drivers in the north have accused the council of endangering their livelihoods by overcharging them for licences and failing to cap the number of cabs on the streets.
A north-east council has been ordered to pay more than £1million to another authority to foot the bill for one person’s healthcare costs.