Health Secretary Jeane Freeeman has pledged a “comprehensive response” to concerns about the birth of twin babies 50 miles apart in Golspie and Inverness.
NHS Highland faces more questions over the birth of twin boys 50 miles apart after admitting the experience was “unusually stressful” for the mother.
The £600 million drive to give every Scottish property superfast broadband by 2021 has been hit by delays, prompting fears the target will be missed.
Business minister Jamie Hepburn has pledged to consider a staff buy-out of Stornoway’s Talk Talk call centre in a bid to save 59 jobs.
A Highlands and Islands MSP has hit out at airport bosses' plans to centralise air traffic control operations.
Nicola Sturgeon yesterday pledged to investigate the 100-mile ambulance journey of a mother-to-be who gave birth to her premature twin boys 52 miles apart.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman will examine claims that ambulance drivers in remote areas are undertaking six hour “on call” journeys after working a day shift.
Disgruntled rail passengers faced yet another Monday morning with travel disruption after a string of train cancellations.
The Scottish Government is facing calls for “urgent” investment in Calmac ferries after new figures revealed that more than 120 repairs have been made to the fleet since 2016.
Scotland’s public spending watchdog was last night urged to investigate the financial arrangements that led to Cairngorm Mountain Ltd going into administration.
A Highlands MSP has written to the Scottish Government’s transport boss to demand an end to uncertainty over the future of the “gateway to the islands”.
Four remote police stations earmarked to be sold should be returned to their former use, an MSP has urged.
The north of Scotland’s most vulnerable residents have been forced to turn to foodbanks in record numbers over the past twelve months.
The Scottish budget is going to be debated in the parliament next week – this is a worrying time for those who depend on public services.
A 79-year-old woman had to wait an agonising three-and-a-half hours for an ambulance in Inverness after dislocating a hip – an “awful situation” which a trade union and north MSP claim highlights the “urgent need” for extra vehicles in the city.
Scottish leadership candidate Anas Sarwar has gained the backing of two north MSPs and a dozen others a day after announcing he would stand.
The lack of a Highlands representative on the Scottish Government’s rural council has been criticised by Labour MSP Rhoda Grant.
Radical plans to create a tramway which would run parallel to the Stromeferry bypass have taken a step forward.
Delays to a previously-agreed water pipeline upgrade have been criticised by Highlands and Islands MSP Rhoda Grant.
A row has broken out after Marine Scotland management cut £3,000 from a £5,000 supplementary payment designed to retain its seagoing staff.
Politicians from across the north and north-east yesterday called for action to prevent further problems with farm subsidy payments.
Rhoda Grant: ‘Centralising HIE will be bad for the economy, social fabric of the Highlands and islands and, ultimately, Scotland’
The predecessor to Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE), the Highlands and Islands Development Board, was founded in response to a fragile economy and depopulation.
Fears for the future of Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) have been reignited after the Scottish Government could not say if it would hire a new chief executive for the agency.
Complaints about NHS Highland have risen by almost 90% in just five years.
Moray could be home to a pilot scheme for an innovative new approach to tackle bullying.
A north MSP has written to the Health Secretary amid claims NHS 24 failed to help an elderly woman who had fallen.
The Scottish Government is today accused of leaving the nation's island communities behind as superfast broadband is rolled out across the country.
A Moray women's refuge has backed calls for a specialised domestic abuse court to be established locally.
A sheriff's safety warning should accelerate work to improve a notorious section of the A9, according to a north MSP.
Moray Council has dismissed claims it could be inviting future problems by leaving vacancies unfilled as part of its latest budget.
Labour's new leader in Scotland has said it is "outdated" to think of the Opposition's role as simply shadowing government ministers as she prepares to unveil her frontbench team today.
NHS Highland has racked up the biggest bill in Scotland for agency nurses with £9.8m spent on the temporary workforce in the past year.