Highland councillors agreed to spend up to £15,000 with a recruitment agency to help them find a depute chief executive with a salary of £119,000.
Nairn residents are "delighted" as work gets under way on a town centre pedestrian crossing with lights that will make it safer for people with disabilities or just a slower pace, to use the road.
Highland Council is beginning a “phased approach” to targeting cuts in its education budget.
The demolition of a former city centre store - paving the way for a new housing development - is near completion.
A Caithness mother has raised concerns over the level of disability facilities provided at a new £50million high school.
Road safety training is being delivered to 120 apprentices and staff in the construction industry in the Highlands to help protect them from dangerous road accidents on their daily commute to work.
Highland Council has splashed out £37million on consultancy and specialist fees in the last six years – sparking a furious reaction from north politicians.
Councillors yesterday welcomed and approved a report outlining Highland Council’s aims to demonstrate continuing commitments to advance and mainstream equality in day-to-day work.
Councillors have voiced concerns over a new languages scheme for children.
Councillors yesterday handed third sector sports, culture and leisure organisations breathing space by unanimously voting to maintain funding levels for the upcoming financial year.
Highland pupils from three schools have teamed up to highlight the poor state of their learning environments.
Public consultation on a £3.1 million flood defence development in a Loch Ness-side village began yesterday.
Women had to wait a long time and engage in a protracted battle to win the vote in Britain.
A proposal that Highland Council should join the Nuclear-Free Local Authorities (NFLA) group set tempers and emotions running at fever pitch yesterday.
A site visit took place yesterday at the proposed Coul Links golf course.
A Highland high school has been praised for its participation in a littering awareness campaign.
Lack of cash and retention of staff will see roads maintenance on Skye an issue for years and years to come, councillors heard yesterday.
Plans to regenerate Uig harbour in Skye could take an important step forward today if Skye councillors approve Highland Council’s masterplan for the area.
North councillors say population decline in their counties is reaching a point where villages "can’t even raise a football team between them".
Highland councillor calling for Park and Ride scheme in Inverness in a bid to reduce city centre traffic
An Inverness councillor is calling for a park and ride system to be introduced in the city to help reduce congestion.
Inverness anglers claim Highland Council’s promise to build their club a ‘super new hut’ as part of the River Ness Art Project have evaporated into thin air.
A Highland primary school has had to close its doors to pupils as a result of damage to a school building.
Highland Council leader Margaret Davidson yesterday revealed why the local authority hasn’t raised council tax above 3% after the Scottish Government capped it at 4.79%.
The depute chief executive of Highland Council has announced he intends to retire later this year.
More than 80 academics have thrown their backing behind a campaign to ensure significant artefacts from a museum in the Highlands remain in the region.
Nairn River community councillors are up in arms after their community council was abruptly shut down by Highland Council.
A list of the roads to be closed for Inverness half marathon and 5K on March 10 has been announced.
Highland Council’s current financial position is far worse than it predicted last year, it has been revealed.
Highland Council’s decision to target children with Additional Support Needs (ASN) as part of budget savings has been met with fresh fury after it emerged the north has a massively above-average rate of diagnosed pupils.
Serious safety concerns have been raised over a perilous Inverness crossing after a female pedestrian was struck by a car.
Inverness councillors yesterday agreed to work together to push for city roads to be allocated maintenance funding based on usage, rather than length.
Furious parents claim their children were left traumatised following a disaster exercise at an Inverness primary school.