A major project to revamp a Highland school finished £1million over budget and nearly six months late - prompting fears there may not be enough cash for repairs elsewhere.
Local businesses have been urged to intervene to help resurrect the Highland Military Tattoo after organisers announced it is to be axed.
A sickness bug has struck down 70 pupils – and a number of staff – at an Inverness primary school, forcing it to shut for the rest of the week.
A sickness bug has struck down 70 pupils – and also staff – at an Inverness Primary School, forcing it to shut for the rest of the week.
A former Second World War bunker enhanced to withstand nuclear, biological or chemical attacks has gone on sale in the Highlands.
Police Scotland is appealing for any information following a report of a man acting suspiciously in the Milton Pitches area of Inverness.
Highland Council has called for greater transparency from Police Scotland over apparent control room errors ahead of the Inverness handling centre closing next year.
Inverness Centre retail park is to check every pane in the glass canopy above the walkway after a man was injured on Tuesday, according to a local councillor.
An Inverness neighbourhood is in line for a £1.5million retail park that will create up to 40 jobs.
Highland pupils are missing out on playground space and proper accommodation because their primary school is being “run into the ground”, parents claim.
Highland MSPs were at the centre of a security alert in the Scottish Parliament yesterday after one was sent a “suspicious package” in the post.
Conservation organisations have lodged a joint objection to a proposed luxury golf course development, warning it would damage an internationally important wildlife site.
The Scottish Government will today announce plans to create a new tourism taskforce to help Skye cope with rising visitor numbers.
A frustrated granddad left stranded in an Inverness hospital for six months – despite being fit to leave – has finally been offered a suitable home.
A frustrated businessman has revealed he is being forced to accommodate staff in his own home because of a severe housing shortage in the rural Highlands.
Highland Council has issued a list of temporary traffic restrictions as part of the arrangements for the city’s Ness Islands Halloween Show this weekend.
A section of a "lifeline road" in the Highlands has collapsed.
The Highlands could be getting its first prison in more than a century after councillors backed proposals.
A grandad who suffered a catastrophic brain haemorrhage has claimed he is being “held captive” in hospital due to a housing crisis in the Highlands.
A Black Isle councillor has warned that “lives are at risk” for residents waiting on a grass verge by a busy dual carriageway each day for a connecting bus to Inverness.
A crisis is looming after it emerged that almost 45% of teachers working in the Highlands could retire within the next decade.
Several local authorities in the north and north-east remain vulnerable to cyber attacks after failing to fully implement e-mail security measures.
By any standards, they are major success stories in the ever-demanding tourism sector.
An MSP has quizzed UK and Scottish ministers on the availability of laser pens after a Highland girl was left with permanent eye damage on a school bus.
Building one of the world’s top golf courses in Sutherland could attract thousands of visitors each year and turn the region into an international destination, it is claimed.
Police have launched an investigation after a girl suffered permanent eye damage in a laser pen attack on a school bus in the Highlands.
Almost 30% of all parking fines issued in the first year of a clampdown in the north have not been paid.
UK Government figures believe devolving tax powers to Highland Council could safeguard the region’s vital discount on passenger flights.
Plans to give a prominent eyesore building in Inverness a major makeover have been changed following public feedback.
Work on a multimillion-pound transformation of the heart of Inverness has been pushed back until next year.
More housing is one of the top priorities for Lochaber, local councillors have agreed.
Plans have been lodged for a major expansion and refurbishment of an Inverness primary school to ease “ridiculous” pressure that critics claim is being caused by new housing.