Unrepentant Highland councillors have hit back at an audit that blamed them for the early departure of a consultant costing £936 a day at their door.
Fees for the use of ATMs has seen thousands of cash machines taken out of service.
Home test kits were unavailable for some locations because the Royal Mail system was unable to send the kits to laboratories quickly enough.
In the Highland Council area, as many as 17,700 have been forced to apply for council tax exemption.
EFFORTS to increase tourism in a Ross-shire village have received a boost after councillors allocated more than £56,000 to a number of local projects.
No funding available is available for these business in spite of service industry suffering from a downturn in trade.
Minister committed to the supporting workers.
First Minister says the changes were prompted by the highest weekly death toll since May
Kate Forbes MSP has welcomed the beginning of NHS Highland’s new renal dialysis service unit on the Isle of Skye.
Ross-based Highlands and Islands MSP Maree Todd is demanding action over post-Brexit delays that are costing firms dear.
Fergus Ewing MSP believes the Brexit deal is not good news for Scotland.
The first part of a look back in words and pictures of a tumultuous year for Ross-shire.