Highland Council has responded to worries that not enough housing is planned to meet future demand in the region.
Highland business leaders want councillors to ‘seize the opportunity’ of the Cromarty and Inverness Green Freeport to boost 'critical' infrastructure.
People with a commitment to the future of the Highlands and Islands are being invited to apply to join the board of the region’s development agency.
A determined rock climbing instructor is on her way to bagging all 282 of Scotland's Munros after embarking on the challenge just before Christmas.
Highland Labour MSP Rhoda Grant has demanded action as new figures reveal 73 per cent of train stations in the region are not fully accessible.
Another year has passed and, while we look forward to what 2024 might bring, it is always good just to pause and reflect on what has passed.
Households across the Highlands will be bracing for a cold start to the new year with the increase to Ofgem’s price cap on energy bills.
From Royal visits to local tributes, protests and days out there has been no shortage of goings on touching Inverness, Nairn and Ross-shire in 2023.
Highlands and Islands Labour MSP Rhoda Grant says the backlog cost of road repairs needed in the Highlands has soared to more than £200 million.
Councils are being offered a £14 billion funding settlement from the Scottish Government, according to provisional details just published.
A UK government grant has been given towards efforts to by a former Gairloch restaurant.
A Highland education centre preparing students for careers in the energy industry has strengthened its fabrication training with a new appointment.
The Singleton of Glen Ord Distillery has been crowned visitor attraction of the year at the Icons of Whisky Scotland and World Whiskies Awards 2024.
Highland Council's parking enforcement team is reminding drivers that pavement parking is now an offence.
A recent report has highlighted Highland Hospice's community partnerships and how these enable the delivery of vital care services locally.
The family of murdered Nairn banker Alistair Wilson are believed to have raised a complaint in the way his case has been investigated.
Five Highland women are among the 100 most inspirational in cycling for 2023 according to Cycling UK.
Inverness-born forensic anthropologist Dame Sue Black also received an honorary doctorate at the ceremony.
The vast majority of fungi emerge between late summer and early winter, but each year is different, and their behaviour is hard to predict.
An occupational therapist with NHS Highland has been talking about her role in getting patoents back into their own homes.