Families with a parent in prison are being given new “learning and bonding” opportunities.
Training firm launched by entrepreneur Gio Benedetti wins lucrative Highland Council health and safety contract
A company launched by Scots serial entrepreneur Gio Benedetti has secured what it describes as a “lucrative contract” to provide first aid and health and safety training for Highland Council employees.
A busy city centre footbridge is to close for essential repairs - and will lose all its love locks.
Highland Council yesterday announced it has allocated a further £1.5million funding towards mending roads in a state of disrepair across the region - but they faced questions over where the money will go.
A “rare development opportunity” is being advertised at a prominent site in the heart of Inverness.
Inverness taxi drivers have threatened strike action after joining ranks with a national trade union - claiming it aims to use its “clout” to take on the “arrogance and contempt” of Highland Council.
Highland Council has issued advice to owners of private water supplies and landlords of tenants on private water supplies that the provision of water to their properties is their own responsibility.
Works to restore an iconic 15th-century castle are well underway with pointing work expected to begin today on Castle Moil in Kyleakin.
A man is to be reported to the procurator fiscal after a dog was reported to be overheating in a car in Caithness.
Highland Council has completed the £5.275million purchase of a eyesore-buildings in the centre of Inverness to redevelop.
The first phase of a project to improve part of the West Highland Way has been completed.
Nine drivers are to be reported for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs over the past weekend in the Highlands and Islands.
People power has forced a U-turn from transport bosses considering the closure of one of the UK’s least-used train stations.
An action plan has been drawn up to help tackle unfair charges to deliver goods to customers in the north and north-east.
Crime rates across the Highlands have seen significant reductions, according to performance figures presented by Police Scotland to the Highland Council.
Highland councillors voted overwhelmingly yesterday to demand a share of the Scottish Government’s 2017-18 underspend of £453m.
Fifteen young people from across the Highlands have been awarded Gold Duke of Edinburgh awards.
Highland councillors yesterday welcomed the decision to back plans for a third runway at Heathrow Airport.
Highland Council have announced the appointment of eight head teachers and four acting head teachers across the region.
Councillors yesterday agreed to introduce car parking charges across the Highland region yesterday.
A neglected Ross-shire park is to get a new lease of life with plans for boating on the pond and a refreshments kiosk.
A number of community clubs are looking for a new base after falling victim to a cull of Highland Council venues offering evening and weekend lets.
A new Highland Council report reveals school children in the region are leading the way with initiatives to reduce plastic waste.
Residents across the Highland region have experienced unfair delivery surcharges for a number of years.
As if things aren’t austere enough, much more misery lies in store for Highland residents according to Highland Council’s revenue budget forecasts for the next three years.
MSP David Stewart considering a change in legislation after series of dangerous incidents across Highlands
Property owners across the Highlands may be required to regularly survey their buildings as Highlands and Islands MSP David Stewart considers the need for a change in legislation.
Swings at a Sutherland play park were deemed a high safety risk in a Highland Council report- but it took the council five months to remove them.
East Sutherland is poised to get its controversial new golf course after the latest twist in the saga of Coul Links - but acrimony remains in the decision’s wake.
It is a site rich with thousands of years of history - but it has been given a very unwelcome modern-day addition.
Sutherland residents are kicking up a stink over Highland Council’s latest move in their battle to save the public loos in their area.
A furious councillor claims proposals to set parking revenue targets could hold a “financial gun” to communities in the Highlands.
The “mindless” vandalism of a north Highland children’s play park is being investigated by police.