Milton of Leys residents were horrified to learn last night of the council's approval for Tulloch's 100-home Bogbain Farmhouse Inshes plan, saying it would mean a bus route being bulldozed through the last remaining local green belt - and right beside an idyllic lochan.
A school inspection report into one of Inverness's fastest-growing primaries took the unusual step of referring to the building children are taught in.
Radically redesigned plans for a proposed new £66million jail in Inverness can be revealed for the first time today.
Highland Council needs twice as much money as is currently available to bring Inverness's full-to-bursting schools up to scratch.
Developers have agreed to revisit designs for two housing estates planned for Inverness amid angry complaints about "over-development" and "destruction of green belt."
Stop building houses south of Inverness says residents following a row over plans for “Sovie-style” flats
Fresh calls were made last night for a ban on all new house-building in southern Inverness amid a row over plans for "Soviet-style" flats.
A developer's revised plans for a 100-home estate in an Inverness suburb could drive a road through precious greenbelt.
An Inverness politician has claimed that Scottish Government ministers could save taxpayers millions of pounds by securing a publicly-owned site for a new city jail.
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.
Campaigners reacted with fury last night as it emerged prison chiefs were offered an alternative to the controversial Milton of Leys site for the new Inverness jail.
A rival campaign has surfaced in Inverness's prison wars, backing Milton of Leys as the right location for a new jail.
Thousands of people are opposed to plans to build a new jail on the outskirts of the Highland capital.
A thriving Highland community will be destroyed if a prison is built in its midst, according to a prominent SNP politician.
Plans have been unveiled for two major developments on the outskirts of the Highland capital which could create hundreds of jobs.