Highland MSP Rhoda Grant has praised the Royal Bank of Scotland for steps they have taken to make their mobile banking fleet more suitable for those with disabilities.
Rhoda Grant MSP
A Highland MSP has slammed the Scottish Government for ‘washing its hands’ of solutions for the 'dangerous' Stromeferry by-pass.
Enterprise chiefs are confident Cairngorm resort will remain open despite the operators being plunged into administration – after “cashflow problems” following the closure of the railway funicular.
Ambulance services in the north are being “stretched to breaking point” as sick leave levels of paramedics soar, union chiefs have claimed.
A Highland woman’s campaign to bring a “game-changing” ultrasound device to Scotland was dealt a blow yesterday after it emerged that it can not be used in hospitals.
Island airport chiefs should be sacked unless they agree to hold a thorough consultation on controversial car park charges, it was claimed yesterday.
Health Secretary Shona Robison has pledged to keep pressing for accommodation upgrades at Raigmore Hospital for the growing number of patients from Caithness.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has been urged to intervene in a row about the downgrading of a Wester Ross sewage treatment plant.
Economy Secretary Keith Brown has raised hopes that major contracts and new investment could soon revive the near-deserted Arnish yard on Lewis.
Scottish ministers were under growing pressure last night to step in to save the Arnish yard in Lewis amid fears it could shut down within days.
A north politician is campaigning to encourage people with epilepsy in the Highlands and Islands to put ICE - In Case of Emergency - contact details on their mobile phones.
Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard has revealed his new front bench team – but there was no job for his predecessor Kezia Dugdale.
A defeat at Holyrood has left the Scottish Government with “no choice” but to help save lifeline ferries in the northern isles, it was claimed last night.
A revamp of stations between Inverness and Caithness could get under way within weeks as part of a package of measures to transform Scotland’s worst-performing railway.
Police could move to sell-off 53 stations across Scotland – and almost half of them are in the north and north-east.
A Highland Labour MSP has turned against new proposals for a shake-up of the region's development agency.
Some residents in the Poolewe area have been without mobile phone signals for the last fortnight.
The chief executive of the Scottish Ambulance Service is to travel north to meet Sutherland residents after persistent complaints about patient transport.
Only a quarter of trains arrive in Wick on time, official new figures have revealed.
Ten NHS Highland executives jetted off to North America for training courses while the health board battled to balance the books.
Passengers have been left stranded at the remote Highland station made famous in Trainspotting due to train cancellations, it has emerged.
The boss of Castle Stuart has urged the north to cash in on the booming golf tourism sector following the "phenomenal" success of the Scottish Open.
An MSP is calling for Women's Aid services to be properly funded in the north of Scotland.
A Highland MSP has called for specialised domestic abuse courts to be introduced in the north.
A Moray councillor expects bullying to increase in local authority offices as the prospect of cuts looms over employees.
Highland health chiefs could buy a £1m mobile MRI scanner, so that patients from remote areas no longer face round trips of hundreds of miles to and from Inverness.
An investigation has been launched into the "potentially avoidable" death of a newborn baby at a Highland hospital.
A senior north councillor believes Syrian refugees could help ease NHS Highland's staffing crisis.
Plans to improve a notorious hairpin bend on a key section of the A9 Inverness-Thurso road will go to a public inquiry because of one objection.
HEALTH chiefs in the north are spending more than £1million a month on locum doctors, shock new figures have revealed.
Junior doctor training at a north hospital has been suspended amid fears over patient safety.
Rail passengers in the Highlands could lose their modern carriages to a new railway in the Borders.