A Dutch firm’s plan to expand the controversial Limekiln Wind Farm near Shebster hit a stumbling block as Highland councillors objected to the plan.
A five-year visitor management plan is to be drawn up after an influx of visitors this summer created tensions in rural communities across the north.
A new craft distillery will launch this month at Forss after securing more than £250,000 of investment.
NHS Highland bosses faced a bruising encounter as MSPs probed the financial performance and reasons behind the board’s fire dire financial position.
North MP Jamie Stone has sought an update from NHS Highland after news of a second cluster of Covid-19 cases on a ship docked in the Cromarty Firth.
Hard-up families in Thurso are among hundreds across the north who will miss out on extra free childcare for almost a year.
Wick and East Caithness councillor Raymond Bremner has been named the new leader of the SNP group in Highland Council.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced a range of "tough" new measures including banning different households from meeting indoors.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced that new restrictions will be in place from Thursday to stem the rising tide of infections.
Shocking levels of fuel poverty in the Highlands have prompted Highland Council to demand action to deliver a fair electricity distribution system.
Caithness councillors visited the assembly yard at Nigg to get an insight into the next phase of the MeyGen tidal power generation scheme.
Highland Council looks set to reject a controversial shake-up of wards that drew almost universal condemnation for undermining local democracy.
The Scottish Government’s stopgap voucher scheme to provide broadband in rural areas to provide has been labelled “an expensive mistake”.
Highland Council is under fire for forcing parents to pay for childcare, despite being given a £30 million pot to provide the services free.
The recruitment of a new £122,812 deputy chief executive for Highland Council has been paused after uproar at a finance committee.
Fresh controversy over highly paid jobs at cash-strapped Highland Council has been sparked by adverts for two roles worth a combined £216,744 a year.
Nicola Sturgeon has warned that the rate of Covid-19 reproduction – the R-number – could be rising amid a spate of virus clusters, including Orkney.
Highland Council’s controversial education chief failed to appear at an education committee meeting amid ongoing acrimony over his £936-a-day wage.
There have been no new deaths from either confirmed or suspected Covid-19 in the last seven days in the NHS Highland area.
The departure of Highland Council’s education chief Paul Senior has led to calls for a probe into the whole affair by leading councillors.