A heartbroken couple have won a legal battle against NHS Highland after their daughter died from a brain tumour two months following an all-clear.
A new app is being launched across the north to help prevent suicide.
The number of patients in Caithness waiting for psychology appointments currently stands at a “scandalous” 250 – with many having to make a round-trip of more than 200 miles.
Was the child who cried out innocently and with clinical honesty in Hans Christian Andersen's classic fairy tale "The Emperor's New Clothes" a literary example of a whistleblower in action?
A debate in the Scottish Parliament will set out the scope and time frame of an independent inquiry into an NHS Highland bullying scandal.
NHS Highland whistleblowers hail top-level talks over an external investigation into the claims as ‘the first time our voices have ever been heard’
Whistleblowers at the centre of an NHS Highland bullying scandal hailed top-level talks over holding an external public investigation into the claims – set to be QC-led – as “the first time our voices have ever been heard”.
‘Barbaric’ NHS Highland ordeal for Caithness man who was a victim of a paedophile ring linked to ex-MP Cyril Smith
A victim of a paedophile ring linked to former MP Cyril Smith has slammed the “barbaric” five-year wait he faced for a clinical psychology appointment - and the 250-mile round trip to get there.
The Scottish Government last night bowed to pressure from whistleblowing doctors at the centre of the NHS Highland bullying scandal and revealed an investigation will now be carried out.
Half the beds in the Highland Rheumatology Unit in Dingwall are to be given over to acute patients for the winter.
An assurance from NHS Highland that all 12 beds at Portree Hospital will be open by May next year, has been welcomed by MSP Kate Forbes.
An MSP has attacked the “outrageous” abuse by drivers who are parking at the north’s main hospital without even visiting it.
Scandal-hit NHS Highland has suffered another blow as the health board has so far failed to recruit a new chief executive.
The Press and Journal contacted all non-executive members of the NHS Highland board individually to discover their thoughts on the claims of a bullying culture being present in the health board.
A GP has claimed he was “blacklisted” by senior NHS Highland managers for being a perceived troublemaker.
As many as 1,000 people could have been affected by the NHS Highland bullying scandal, one of the whistleblowing doctors predicted yesterday.
A community-based garden project in the north is under threat as NHS Highland outlines plans to withdraw its entire £51,000 funding budget from March next year.
Patients suffered “serious, irreversible and avoidable harm” because follow-up out-patient appointments were “deliberately” delayed to meet targets, a former NHS Highland neurologist has claimed.
The extent to which the north and north-east’s hospitals are falling behind the rest of Scotland has been laid bare in a new report.
More than 100 workers have come forward since whistleblowers alleged a “severe bullying culture” at NHS Highland.
Former staff nurse describes working at Raigmore Hospital as the ‘worst experience of her entire life’
A staff nurse who worked at Raigmore Hospital has described it as the worst experience of her entire life.
NHS Highland’s bullying crisis has deepened with calls for a public inquiry because there is “no faith that the existing senior leadership team” can resolve the issue.
NHS Highland has accepted “external, independent support” from NHS Scotland in a bid to resolve crisis surrounding allegations of bullying going back a decade.
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.
More victims of the NHS Highland bullying culture are coming forward, a whistle-blowing doctor said yesterday.
Ambulance workers in the north and north-east have moved a step closer to striking after nearly three-quarters backed industrial action in a ballot.
The Scottish Conservatives have called for an independent inquiry to investigate allegations of a “bullying culture” at a health board.
The Press and Journal first raised the issue of bullying claims within NHS Highland back in July.
Health bosses are being accused of ignoring a major radiology shortage despite warnings from medics.
A multi-agency plan to tackle Highland’s worrying suicide trend was approved yesterday by Highland NHS board.
A suspected cancer sufferer in the Highlands has been waiting 289 days for treatment – the longest delay in Scotland.
Health chiefs have halted admissions to a city care home condemned by inspectors who have found serious failings – including staff requiring training in how to give patients sufficient food and fluids.