Education Secretary John Swinney has been urged to visit Tain Royal Academy to see for himself the leaks, substandard heating, “inadequate” canteen and poorly drained playing fields.
A child with autism was removed from an Inverness primary school in the back of a police van earlier this week.
Highland Council is inviting communities to offer their thoughts and opinions on a draft strategy to improve five town and village centres in Caithness and east Sutherland.
North’s largest primary school to extend summer holiday by a day as £3.2 million refurbishment continues
Pupils at the north's largest primary school are being given an additional day off at the end of the upcoming summer break after an "exceptional school closure" was granted by the Scottish Government.
A row broke out over proposals to build an incinerator on a former Highland landfill site.
Lochaber councillors have questioned Highland Council’s choice of heating system for a new social housing development at Fort William.
The Provost of Inverness has been chosen to take on the role of chieftain of the European Pipe Band Championships.
Pupils from an Inverness primary school delivered a positive verdict on their visit to the finals of a mock court project in Edinburgh - with some being inspired to consider a career in law.
Members of the public are to be asked their thoughts on how Highland town centres can be improved.
A conservation charity has outlined plans to install a café in a centuries-old townhouse at the heart of Inverness to help meet rising costs of maintenance.
It's almost exactly a year since Jenny Graham launched her bid to cycle round the world faster than any other woman.
Noel Gallagher and the High Flying Birds will take to the stage at Inverness's Bught Park today.
A former Highland Council employee is to be reported to the procurator fiscal for alleged corporate fraud.
A council that sends children to foster care hundreds of miles away has apologised after giving incorrect information to an MSP.
An Inverness playgroup that has run for 30 years has become a casualty of the Scottish Government's new childcare pledge.
Children from the Highlands in foster care are being placed up to 500 miles (805km) away from their birthplace, an investigation has found.
Highland Council must “radically rethink” its fostering arrangements after new figures revealed children are routinely placed hundreds of miles from home.
Highland Council employees are being reminded how to dispose of confidential documents after information about more than two dozen children were found by a member of the public.
A turf-cutting ceremony was held yesterday to mark the start of Stage 2 of the West Link, with the works programmed to be complete in December 2020.
Residents across the north have spoken of their fury after the council used gallons of weed killer to "destroy" several grassy areas in the region.
Several Skye beauty spots are in line for further expanses of parking as the island tries to cope with pressure from tourism, local councillors heard at their regular area meeting yesterday.
Black Isle residents will next week have a chance to look at proposals to turn the former Black Isle Wildlife Park at Drumsmittal, North Kessock into a holiday park.
A senior official at Highland Council is to step down after 20 years service.
Plans for central belt flights from Skye have been dealt a blow as it emerged no Scottish Government cash will be available for the project.
A new traffic order will stop vehicles above 3.5 tons entering Station Square from Academy Street in the heart of Inverness.
Highland councillors claimed more than £1.57m in salary and expenses last year, latest figures show.
New Inverness Torvean plans strike viable balance between green and commercial space, councillors told
The development of the Torvean area of Inverness must strike a balance between public space and sufficient commercial development to be viable, Highland Council planning officials have told city councillors.
Highland Council has been urged to reconsider its payment structure to foster carers amid claims siblings are being unnecessarily separated.
The future of three Highland primary schools was considered by councillors yesterday.
The Russian Consul General yesterday visited Inverness and encouraged local businesses to step up and begin trading directly with Russia, building upon historic relations between the two nations.
Highland Council chief executive Donna Manson has been accused of ‘betraying’ parents after some pupils attending an autism unit in Thurso were told they will have to move.
One of Scotland’s best known lighthouses is in line for a solar panel array to enable the lamp to be solar-powered by 2021.