A controversial hydro-scheme on the banks of Loch Ness will go before a public inquiry, its developers have said, after it was rejected for a second time by Highland Councillors in December.
Highland councillors are asking the Scottish Government for extra cash to improve its road network in the wake of extensive damage caused by Storm Brendan.
Councillor brands situation ‘madness and illogical’ as school with 75-pupil capacity is ‘full’ at 47
A Highland primary school with just 47 pupils has been declared "full" despite a recent £4 million refurbishment to allow the school to cope with 75 pupils.
£10 million phase two of Inverness’s West Link project ‘back on track’ thanks to festive effort of workers
Work on the £10 million phase two of Inverness' West Link is "back on track" thanks to staff putting in extra hours over the festive period.
A Highland village could welcome hundreds of new residents if plans for 140 affordable homes are approved.
A number of schools in the north will close this afternoon as weather conditions are expected to worsen.
Postage bills for councils across the North and North East have dramatically dropped inthe past five years due to a shift to online working
A north café has been saved from closure as High Life Highland (HLH) announce plans to take it under their wing.
A “lost boy” sperm whale which died after stranding in the Highlands may have had a brain problem, a post mortem has found.
Environmental health officers have been coordinating the disposal of a sperm whale after it washed ashore near Ardersier.
Taxi drivers in Inverness fear the closure of one of the main ranks in the city will make the other prominent stop “volatile”.
Gales of up to 100mph battered the north yesterday and caused major disruption to ferries.
A number of schools have closed today across the north and north-east of Scotland.
Community groups in Caithness are being urged to apply for a slice of £10,000 funding.
The future of a north Men's Shed is hanging in the balance as it struggles to meet running costs.
Highland Council has pledged to help address major issues concerning disability access to Thurso High School.
Interior renovations to a centuries-old townhouse in Inverness will begin next week to secure its future.
Plans have been revealed to build more than a dozen flats near Dornoch fire station.
Councils in the north and north-east are among the most regular users of controversial powers to carry out covert operations, it has emerged.
A stellar line-up of writers will share the tricks of their trade when the Ullapool Book Festival returns for its 16th year.
Music fans in Inverness are facing another devastating blow after plans were lodged to convert part of a popular venue into a backpacker’s hostel.
Plans have been lodged to breathe new life into Scotland’s first bilingual archaeological trail.
The leader of Highland Council has issued a rallying call to fight climate change, citing the Australian wildfires as proof of the urgency for change.
Tory opposition councillors are asking Highland Council to hold off from setting its budget for 2020/21 until the delayed UK government settlement has been announced.
Two north charities are benefiting after generous employees at Highland Council dug deep.
A dispute over backdated holiday for workers of Highland Council - totalling an estimated £500,000 - has hit an “impasse” according to one trade union.
Highland Council has spent £400 on paying workmen to paint double yellow lines on a street in a south Skye village – before removing them weeks later after complaints from locals.
A school crossing patroller has slammed the lack of treatment of icebound pavements near Miller Academy primary in Thurso this week.
Three Highland councillors have spoken out about the online bullying and abuse they receive on a daily basis, saying it is the ‘new normal'.
Professor Ronald MacDonald of Skye has announced he will stand down as a Highland councillor as from today.
Kind-hearted members of the Tesco store in Dingwall have generously donated gifts to ensure children waking up on Christmas morning in homeless accommodation in Ross-shire are delivered a special parcel to open.
Work is to start early in the New Year to improve one of Inverness’s busiest hotspots for tourists and taxis.