Caley Thistle manager John Robertson says he would support the introduction of a high quality artificial surface at Caledonian Stadium.
A top price of 11,000gn was paid at the Highland Cattle Society’s annual spring show and sale in Oban yesterday, where buyers were selective in their bidding and only prepared to fork out the cash for animals oozing quality.
The number of people killed while at work in Scotland has been branded “a source of concern” by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).
Students at colleges across the north of Scotland faced yet more disruption yesterday as lecturers took part in industrial action over pay.
The heart attack death rate in the Highland, Western Isles and Shetland council areas has gone up over the last decade, official data has shown.
Work has started to demolish a former theatre and shop complex to make way for a long-awaited cinema in Lochaber.
Business leaders in the north and north-east of Scotland are urging the government to think twice before drawing the Brexit process out even further.
Pupils at Farr High School in the Highlands are celebrating after taking ownership of a brand new school bus thanks to funding from a local land conservation and tourism company.
Just 25% of bin lorries in northern Scotland have technology recommended after Glasgow’s 2014 tragedy
Just a quarter of bin lorries in the north of Scotland are equipped with the life-saving technology recommended in the wake of the Glasgow bin lorry crash.
Oban family who lost everything in house fire a week before Christmas ‘overwhelmed’ by community support
A young family whose home was devastated by fire less than a week before Christmas have been inundated with cash, gifts and offers of help.
Police have launched an urgent appeal for information to help trace two men following a serious incident in Inverness.
More than 20% of cancer patients in NHS Grampian and NHS Highland are waiting longer than the Scottish Government’s 62-day target for treatment.
The Orkney Islands are leading the way in electric car purchases, with more green vehicles per head than anywhere in the north and north-east, according to official figures.
A Highland mountaineer, who spent weeks searching for two friends who disappeared in the Himalayas more than 30 years ago, has spoken of his relief after their bodies were finally found.
A family has said health concerns forced them to move out their “forever home” costing them at least £1,000, the third family to leave the same houses in a matter of months.
Engineers used drone to restore communications after a landslide cut off the remote Highland community
The landslide saw 9,000 tons of soil and rock crash 2,500ft onto the road outside Kinloch Hourn completely destroying it in the process.
A region-wide call for a rethink to the planning system has been made amid claims a centralisation of the process has failed.
Young people and children have been told to keep out of an unused school due to the dangers and risk of asbestos poisoning.
A Badenoch & Strathspey councillor has slammed Macdonald Aviemore Resort for accepting millions in taxpayer cash for the resort, only to close its doors to local swimmers.
Highland’s Rob Eatough aims to continue blistering start to life in Inverness after back-to-back hat-tricks
Highland outside centre Rob Eatough is determined to maintain his outstanding start with the Inverness side in tomorrow’s trip to National 2 leaders Biggar.
A powerful watchdog has voiced “serious reservations” over embattled NHS Highland’s financial woes.
The Auditor General has put staffing issues as a central factor in the future financial success of NHS Highland.
A formal application for Scotland’s fourth-biggest wind farm, sited in the Highlands, has been lodged.
Retiming a road closure from daytime to overnight is a battle won, claims the chairman of the influential development committee on Highland Council.
A city school has improved the standard at its school after benefiting from government funding for more teachers, inspectors for Education Scotland confirm.
Transport Scotland confirmed a perceived increase in the number of deaths on the A82 discussed by councillors may not be based on facts it holds.
A telephone box decommissioned by BT has been reinstated after a community campaign.
Highland will automatically progress to the second round of the National League Cup after today's opponents Glasgow Accies withdrew due to being unable to raise a team.
Highland's National League Cup match against Glasgow Accies at New Anniesland on Saturday has been cancelled after their opponents were unable to raise a team.
Highland head coach Davie Carson says his newly-promoted squad is ready to embrace the challenge that awaits them in National 2 this season.
A Swiss tourist on a Highland ferry was fined £1,000 for filming a man in the next toilet cubicle.
A north-east health board has drafted in dedicated immunisation specialists to help protect babies after vaccination rates plummeted.