MSP David Stewart has been told that a patient had his confidential data was breached twice after the latest incident was made public yesterday.
NHS Highland is encouraging the parents and guardians of all children aged between two and five to ensure their child receives the flu vaccination.
Highland Council has a duty to manage burials, oversee memorial safety and cremations for around 1500 burials and 1200 cremations each year.
The grant of up to £200,000 will form part of a new climbing performance centre and adventure sports destination being developed in the Highlands.
Yesterday's event was socially distanced, due to the Covid-19 restrictions, and organised by Cromarty Arts Trust and Old Brewery.
PLANS have been submitted to upgrade overhead power lines in Ross-shire.
CALLS for urgent action to replace the outdated prison in Inverness have been echoed by leading politicians in the Highlands.
Self-taught designer Alexandra Warren Rothwell set up Alexandra Bespoke four years ago and has just launched new venture AB Accessories.
Highlands and Islands Airports Limited (HIAL) which operates Inverness airport has been officially accredited as a Living Wage employer.
AN online climate change conference in the Highlands has been hailed a success, indicating strong public engagement with big issues.
The pilot who died when his gyrocopter crashed into a field near Avoch on the Black Isle yesterday has been named as 67-year-old Paul Nichol.
CHEEKY learner drivers from across the UK are flouting lockdown rules and coming to the Highlands to take their tests.
One person is feared dead after a light aircraft crashed into a field on the Black Isle.
Emergency services are on the scene after light aircraft crashed in a field near Avoch on the Black Isle.
Staff member tests positive, but had not worked at The Gellions this week, and bosses are hoping to reopen as normal today.
There was a possible sighting of John Mackay in the Muirtown Swing Bridge area between 7.15am and 7.25am on Sunday.
The leaders of two Highland Council committees have praised the ongoing work to support children and families throughout the pandemic crisis.
The business has acquired the Happy Plant site and the new owners have promised more jobs will be created as part of an investment plan.
Shadow Health Secretary Donald Cameron has written to the Scottish Government urging it to introduce regular and rapid Covid-19 testing for staff.
Police in Dingwall are hunting a suspect who attacked a man in the Maggies Woods area of the town yesterday between 7.30am and 8am.