The Liberal Democrats have proposed a radical plan aimed at securing lifeline services such as banks, post offices and pubs.
Highland Council said it has 'completed the current programmed works on the A882' despite the fact long stretches of potholes still lie on it.
Conservative candidate Struan Mackie says that the many areas need homes refitted not built to deal with housing shortages
Scotland’s rail operator urged customers to ‘plan ahead to stay safe’ as travel restrictions are lifted.
RSPB Scotland is asking everyone in Caithness to keep their eyes peeled for one of the UK’s rarest birds of prey – the hen harrier.
A popular walking route through Caithness suffered a setback after a section near Ulbster was seemingly chainsawed apart.
Rail engineers are now attempting to force a wage rise with strike action that is expected to further disrupt services on the far north line.
Labour's Marion Donaldson says how she would tackle housing and depopulation in Caithness, Sutherland and Ross
Results are just in for the eighth annual Big Farmland Bird Count with record numbers of participants taking part.
The Highland News and Media team wanted to join in with National Pet Month: So here are some of our team's fluffy companions!
People from across the Highlands have been sending messages of their condolences to a special e-book hosted by the council.
The Scottish and UK governments are slammed for a lack of action as the Highlands still pays more than elsewhere
A Wick man celebrates with this week's free online presentation of his new experimental film about gay men and capitalism.