The billionaire ruler of Dubai is now facing opposition to his plans for a massive development at his Highland retreat which has been likened to a “Travel Inn”.
Two Highland Council employees have been honoured for their outstanding work at Highland Council’s Quality Awards event in the Inverness Townhouse.
Collapsed ceilings, leaking roofs and falling fences have been recorded among 19 safety failings at north and north-east schools in the last two years.
Thousands of islanders were yesterday cut off from the electricity grid after a landslide near Invergarry resulted in 23,000 customers going without power for hours.
A small Highland community has been left isolated after a landslip blocked the only road out.
Prince of Dubai’s planned expansion of Highland retreat could be put on hold to assess impact of his entourage on local roads
The Prince of Dubai’s planned expansion of his Highland retreat could be put on hold - to allow Transport Scotland to assess the impact his huge entourage will have the local roads.
Two homeowners have accused cash-strapped Highland Council of wasting money after they received multiple council tax invoices informing them they owe absolutely nothing.
A retail and hospitality project at Tomatin is set to open its door to the public by Easter 2020 after proposals for the multi-million pound development were given the go ahead.
A cook at Broadford Primary School on Skye has been named the Highland Council’s Employee of the Year for 2018 after excelling in promoting healthy eating to youngsters.
Highland Council has pledged to build a minimum of 500 new homes each year for the next five years.
Highland Council has launched a new video showing parents the benefits of their children being bilingual.
Highland Council has graciously stepped in to ensure a tradition spanning more than 30 years in remembering north war heroes is to continue.
A hotel boss has hit back in the row over public swimming in Aviemore.
The chairman of an influential council committee has given a scathing review of ambitious plans for a north town, saying he doesn’t know if anything will happen in his lifetime.
Asbestos has been found at one of the largest schools in the Highlands – sparking renewed calls for the local authority to “sort out its neglected school estate”.
A 20,000 strong crowd lined the banks of the River Ness last night to watch the city’s fireworks display go with a bang.
Updated guidelines for how much developers should pay towards facilities and infrastructure in Highland region have now been approved by Scottish ministers and adopted as part of the Highland Council’s development plan.
Two specially-trained, four-legged detectives have helped Highland Council to seize thousands of illicit cigarettes.
Nine candidates representing the full political spectrum have put themselves forward for election in Highland Council’s Wester Ross, Strathpeffer and Lochalsh ward.
New services, contactless payments and live bus tracking all part of new expansion for Stagecoach in the Highlands
Stagecoach North Scotland today confirmed plans to expand its Inverness bus operations through the proposed acquisition of certain assets from D&E Coaches.
Provost Helen Carmichael has opened the doors to more than a dozen new homes as part of the transformation of one of the city’s landmark areas.
Ross and Cromarty residents have been warned that some of their roads will not be gritted over the weekend, in a departure from previous years.
Highland Council will today begin consulting with its staff and the public to seek ways to make multi-million pound savings.
A packed Carnegie Hall in Clashmore in the Highlands played witness to the first step in the public inquiry into the controversial Coul Links golf development near Embo, Sutherland
Scottish ministers were last night urged to implement a new package of support for small businesses - including a tax break for closure-threatened public toilets.
Improvements in weekend gritting arrangements head up Highland Council’s winter maintenance programme for 2018/19.
The new leader of Highland Council has said there should be “no need” for compulsory redundancies – but admitted there will be “difficult choices” as she starts her role.
Communities across Highlands and Moray will fall silent next month as nation honours sacrifices made during First World War
Communities across the Highlands and Moray will fall silent next month as the nation honours the sacrifices made during the First World War.
Education bosses have turned to former teachers as part of their drive to recruit and keep educators in the region.
New contingency plans have been drawn up to evacuate a Highland community if a nuclear submarine accident caused a radioactive cloud to be released.
Highland councillors yesterday approved a major expansion to the electricity substation at Auchteraw, Fort Augustus, yesterday - but said local councillors have the opportunity to consult with their communities over traffic, noise and landscape impacts.
A development described as ‘the most exciting in years for Fort William’ was granted planning permission in principle by Highland councillors yesterday.