The newest member of Moray Council has pledged to continue the fight to bring cash machines back to a coastal community.
Hundreds of communities are struggling to access cash, according to a consumer group which is urging the next government to introduce a guarantee protecting people’s ability to continue using banknotes.
The supervisor behind under-fire manager Neil Woodford’s funds has said it could wind down another fund after Woodford resigned earlier this month.
Consumers and community groups will be able to request a free-to-use ATM in their area directly from operator Link due to the launch of a new fund.
A Sutherland village has been chosen as the only Scottish location for new cash machines as part of a UK-wide pilot.
Two major housing developments in Fort William will provide 438 new homes to the town over the next few years, if planning permission is granted for both schemes.
Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) has awarded a contract that will see the design and construction of a new public transport bridge linking the Inverness Campus with the city’s retail and business Park.
Business leaders have welcomed a partial climbdown on plans which were expected to lead to the closure of hundreds of cash machines in Scotland.
A new map has revealed the remote cash machines that will be protected from closure – but triggered “grave” concerns about the future of fragile communities last night.
A guarantee that 221 cash machines in remote communities in Scotland are safe from closure will only last for four years – and many could still be axed before then.
The threat to thousands of rural cash machines will be investigated by MPs next week.
Dramatic new views have opened up with the latest milestone in the construction of a long-awaited Inverness bypass.
Hundreds of people have been helping shape the future Inverness road network.
Work on a bypass to ease the Inverness gridlock could cause six weeks of jams for commuters, from Tuesday.
Campaigners claim hard-up Highland Council could save tens of millions of pounds - by scrapping its controversial choice of route for a city bypass.
A bidding process for a contract to build the first stage of the multimillion-pound Inverness West Link road starts today (FRI) amid lingering claims that Highland Council has not secured the funding.
Residents have been updated on progress in the controversial £55million West Link Inverness bypass project at a second public briefing.
Campaigners who accuse hard-up Highland Council of blowing millions of pounds on a stretch of Inverness bypass claim their concern has been met with a "wall of silence".
Scotland's public spending watchdog has told a concerned Highland taxpayer that it will only know if the controversial Inverness West Link Road bridges are good value when they are built.