Highland Council is planning a 15-flat development in Portree to ease Skye’s housing crisis, but has confirmed the go-ahead for the scheme may rely on bat and bird breeding surveys.
A parent, who claimed her child was neglected by mental health staff at Highland Council, has said early intervention would have prevented the deterioration of her daughter’s health.
Highland council is to review air quality standards around its schools - and will undertake a pilot project on air quality improvement at a local school yet to be decided.
A community activity day will focus on controversial plans for walking and cycling routes along the River Ness.
Wick town centre in Caithness may be currently "dying on its feet" - but a glimmer of hope has been found for the future.
Council cuts are being blamed as two city primary schools are unable to replace a sick ASN teacher, forcing one headteacher to step in to assist pupils with additional needs.
Residents of a Ross-shire village say they have lost the first battle but not the war in the fight to save their valued green space from development.
Primary one pupils in Inverness have helped plant dozens of trees as part of a climate change campaign.
The Highland Council is urging consumers to check whether their tumble dryer is covered by a nation-wide product recall following Whirlpool safety concerns.
Residents of a Ross-shire village are mobilising to stop council plans to build houses on part of their only green space.
A controversial holiday village and restaurant development near Culloden Battlefield is back on the cards – just months after being thrown out by Highland Council planners.
For one household, yesterday’s occasion was the cause for a double celebration as a husband and wife duo graduated with honours degrees.
Highland Council has ditched plans to build 35 homes near a nature reserve after a community outcry.
Highland Council has issued an urgent alert about criminals still targeting Highland with council tax rebate scams.
Inverness pupils’ safety is being compromised with a lack of investment in school crossing patrollers to combat a rapidly-growing population - with more children walking next to busier roads, it has been claimed.
Coastal communities across the north and north-east will benefit from millions of pounds in funding to enhance their local areas.
Plans to close 110 rarely-used phone boxes across the north will be given the green light unless communities object, Highland Council's leader said yesterday.
Revised plans to transform a run-down office block in Inverness into self-catering holiday apartments have been lodged to the Highland Council.
Campaigners fighting to save an Inverness beauty spot have launched a public petition in opposition of council plans to construct 35 homes.
Plans to build 35 homes close to Merkinch Local Nature Reserve has been met by local criticism.
An investigation has been launched after a pupil support assistant posted a video appearing to mock a child in class.
Work to repair Dingwall Pool has been delayed after asbestos was discovered.
Highland Council officials have vowed to welcome more Syrian refugee families to the north as preparations continue to re-home six families in Inverness in the coming months.
Residents are shocked after spotting an apparently abandoned caravan in one of the north's most scenic areas.
Internal auditors have revealed details of multiple housing frauds perpetrated against Highland Council.
A Highland village has mobilised to stop the local authority selling off its last remaining council house.
After protracted and often bitter discussion, Highland councillors approved resubmitted plans for the conversion of a derelict farm steading close to Culloden battlefield into a family home.
A Highland councillor has called for greater support to be offered to music venues amid the continuing battle to keep the Ironworks in Inverness open.
A mum has condemned a council savings drive that means children in the Highlands receive less teaching time in their first years at primary than elsewhere.
A major step towards easing traffic congestion in Inverness could be implemented in the next year as Transport Scotland presses ahead with its East Link scheme.
Revised plans for a wind farm near Lairg have been tabled, four years after being rejected by the Scottish Government.
Revised plans for a controversial 170-bed hotel on the banks of the River Ness have been lodged to the Highland Council in an effort to reduce the “visual impact” on the city’s landscape.