Patients in the far north have been promised a major hospital upgrade within two years - if the Scottish Government guarantees the necessary £5million.
A ward at Caithness General Hospital has been closed to new admissions after an outbreak of sickness and diarrhoea.
Concerns are growing in the far north about the threat to round-the-clock surgical cover at the Caithness General Hospital.
Proposals for a new pharmacy in an Inverness neighbourhood have been welcomed by locals.
Ambulances carrying seriously injured patients on Skye have been ordered to drive past a hospital amid moves to downgrade it, according to angry campaigners.
NHS Grampian’s performance in treating accident and emergency (A&E) patients has worsened to a new record low.
Visitors are being asked to stay away from a Highland hospital because of an increase in sickness bugs - just days after it reopened.
The Scottish Liberal Democrats have demanded an explanation after independent research showed health boards in the north and north-east are “still being short changed”.
NHS Highland has been given £6million to help ensure patients receive faster hospital treatment.
The number of children admitted to hospital for harming themselves in the Highlands and Argyll has doubled over the past five years.
A ward at Raigmore Hospital has reopened after a flu outbreak.
A sheriff launched a stinging attack on NHS Highland yesterday - as he ordered the chief executive to personally explain why a medical report on an urgent case was not available.
A west Highland care home that was closed temporarily seven months ago following allegations of poor practice is due to reopen in April.
An inspection of an Argyll hospital has revealed 12 areas for improving its care for older patients.
Wards for the treatment of respiratory patients have been moved into the main tower of Raigmore Hospital in Invernesss as part of a £30million upgrade.
A ward at Raigmore Hospital remains closed to new admissions because of a possible flu outbreak.
The north’s cash-strapped health board is to receive an extra £24.8million from the Scottish Government next year, it has been announced today.
The Highlands' flagship hospital has closed a ward to new admissions due to an outbreak of the flu.
Expectant mothers in parts of the north face a 120-mile journey to have their babies if they go into labour after 5pm.
A new hospital in Aviemore was approved by the Scottish health secretary yesterday.
The recent Ebola scare in the Highlands proved that procedures put in place to tackle an outbreak work well, NHS Highland's board was told yesterday.
The financial situation at the north's flagship hospital was one of the major factors in NHS Highland's budget deficit last year.
Health chiefs in the north have admitted that only a Scottish Government bailout saved them from having to cancel operations and cut services.
Bosses at NHS Highland will be grilled about their financial management today when an influential Scottish Parliament committee visits Inverness.
NHS workers fear patients are being put at risk by a new system for calling in nurses to cover absences and vacancies in north hospitals.
The north health board has slashed its overspend from £8.2million to just under £2million - but £3million of the reduction is thanks to extra funding from the government.
NHS Highland will miss its target for controlling a potentially life-threatening infection if just one more person becomes a victim before the end of March.
The grounds of New Craigs Hospital in Inverness are to be transformed with a £500,000 project that it is hoped will prove therapeutic for its mental health patients.
A pilot scheme is underway at the Highlands' flagship hospital to help patients clearly identify the nurses in charge of their wards.
The outbreak of flu at the Highland's flagship hospital is over.