Fears are growing for a Highland man who has been missing since Thursday amid overnight sub-zero temperatures.
Highland Council opposition leaders have reacted to news that the council still has more than £5m in overspend from last year, as it prepares to spend £1m on achieving savings through change.
Ross and Cromarty councillors yesterday welcomed the formation of a new development trust to take the lead on securing the future of Invergordon Town Hall.
In a first for Highland Council, the site of a problematic planning application could be surveyed by drone, sparing the council the costs of a multi-councillor site visit.
GlenWyvis Community Distillery will not be allowed to run bus tours to its premises, Highland councillors determined yesterday.
Police in Invergordon have issued 15 anti-social behaviour warning letters to youngsters in the town.
An SNP councillor believes the administration’s decision to halve ward discretionary budgets across the north will reduce the effectiveness of partner contributions for local projects.
Opposition councillors have voiced demands for more schools to be built and other major projects to be shelved because of worrying new statistics showing the extent of need for essential refurbishment.