Developers are eyeing up sites in the Inverness area to build up to 5,000 houses.
Cash-strapped Highland Council has found the funds to replace one vehicle in its ageing mobile library fleet over the next financial year.
A controversial decision to approve detailed plans for a housing development within the Culloden Moor conservation area will be revisited by Highland councillors next week.
Highland Council has refused planning permission for an “inappropriate” housing project on the edge of Inverness which triggered local outrage.
Community leaders have warned of public protests if a housebuilder is allowed to drive an access road for a new 100-home development through greenbelt on the edge of Inverness.
An Inverness playpark, refurbished at a public cost of £50,000, is falling apart because of a lack of council maintenance, according to a local representative.
CCTV and new lighting could be installed in an Inverness park to crack down on drunken youths and vandals.
One of the most vociferous critics of plans for a new prison complex at a gateway to Inverness is confident public opinion will steer it to a suitable location elsewhere.
Schools in Inverness face a cap on pupil numbers in the New Year as the city's rapid growth threatens to leave classrooms bursting at the scenes.
Shorter pedestrian crossing times could cut tailbacks at an Inverness traffic trouble spot.
Plans to build three cottages next to Culloden Battlefield have been withdrawn by the developer.
Residents of an Inverness housing estate could soon have the landscaped gardens and play park they were promised a decade ago.