Inverness Chamber of Commerce has hit out at ScotRail for axing reservations on services to and from the north, describing it as “another slap in the face for rail passengers".
Inverness and Aberdeen are ranked top in Scotland, and among the top 10 locations overall in league tables of the best cities to live and work in the UK.
It is almost six months since the relaunch of the Open4Business Highlands and Islands (04B H&I) online portal and it is clear the facility is proving its worth in providing Highland companies with major contract opportunities.
In the coming weeks, work will start on a multi-million-pound development for Inverness that will bring more than 100 new jobs to the city.
Employment numbers at a new Highland superstore have increased beyond previous estimates as the shop prepares to open next week.
A multi-million-pound luxury hotel is to open next to Inverness Airport this year - creating scores of new jobs and a providing a massive economic boost to the region.
A “monstrosity of a building” in the heart of Inverness is finally to be torn down – with demolition work expected to start by the end of the summer.
Plans have been unveiled for a community buyout of iconic Urquhart Castle’s visitor centre - and it could pave the way for takeovers at other attractions across the north.
Work on a multimillion-pound transformation of the heart of Inverness has been pushed back until next year.
British Airways has announced plans to expand the number of flights it operates between Inverness and London Heathrow.
Business leaders believe Inverness is on the brink of an economic transformation after a key milestone in the £55million West Link project was reached.
A leading business group has warned that badly managed parking is hampering efforts to turn around Scotland’s high streets.
Inverness Caledonian Thistle's relegation from the top flight of football could have a knock-on effect for the city's economy.
Port of Cromarty Firth (PCF) will host a cruising workshop next month for the benefit of firms throughout the north.
The UK Government's decision to back Heathrow over Gatwick was hailed by business leaders across the north and north-east last night.
The Scottish Government has backed the building of a third runway at Heathrow over an expansion at Gatwick.
The UK transport secretary has promised regional connectivity will be an important factor in the decision over where to site a new runway in the south-east of England.
A top north hotel has unveiled multimillion-pound plans to transform a historic site in the heart of Inverness into new up-market accommodation.
The chief executive of Inverness Chamber of Commerce has warned a decision on airport expansion in south-east England has become even more urgent post-Brexit.
A Highland MP is calling for the UK Government to make an immediate decision on airport expansion in the south-east of England.
Scottish business chiefs moved quickly to calm nerves yesterday after UK voters chose to quit the European Union.
The chief executive of Heathrow Airport declared Inverness his "favourite place to holiday" last night at a reception to mark the launch of the new route between the Highland capital and London.
SNP MP Drew Hendry will today host a reception at Westminster to celebrate the upcoming launch of the new Inverness-Heathrow route.
Business leaders across the north and north-east spoke last night of their disappointment after the UK Government delayed its decision on airport expansion in the south-east of England.
Business leaders in the north are keeping a "watching brief" on the fallout from the Forth Bridge closure, as they try to gauge the economic impact on the Highlands and Islands' economy.
Business leaders across the north and north-east have entered the debate over the future of airport capacity in the UK.
A union boss is cutting short his holiday to try to broker a peace deal in a dispute between airport staff and their bosses which could cause travel chaos across the north.
There are fears that the heart of Inverness will start resembling a building site as three major construction projects get underway at the same time as thousands of tourists flock to the city.
Inverness is one of the fastest-growing economic areas in the UK, according to a new study by Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS).
A gathering of politicians, airline executives, and flight staff boarded the maiden flight of a new service between Inverness and London yesterday.
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