Hendry leads way with 50 per cent of his shopping through local suppliers
'They are there to help prepare to Ne'er Day change' says Brexit group chief
'If you're in a position to donate, please do' says council's convener
Still £374k for local groups to apply for - and another £254k may come
'What about the unemployed who want to train?'
Anger and delight greets Scottish Government announcement
'It's a local concern as much as a global one'
Action called for as inquiries go on into fires, litter and human waste dumping.
Road users in the Inverness area can now check out Highland Council's gritting policy by checking out the maps at www.highland.gov.uk/gritting
'We need to invest in our future now' says Maree Todd MSP
HIGHLAND children's services charity Care and Learning Alliance are brightening up the windy winter days with a month of fun activities.
'Impossibly difficult' to carry on but company says it will honour Christmas orders via Inverness outlet
Top Cop praises community support for service
Today will see such sweet sorrow for all at the Highland Wildlife Park, as one of its favourite sons finally leaves home.
'Incredible opportunity' for locals to serve their communities
This month has seen the opening of The Highland’s Table, a new cafe at the main entrance to Raigmore Hospital.
Traffic Scotland warn of possible disruption tomorrow
All air routes are 'absolutely vital' say Labour team
The SNP has called again for the Treasury to turn its Bounce Back Loan Scheme into grants or equity – and write off repayments for struggling firms.
Highland and Islands Police Division has posted a warning of a parking fine scam going the rounds in the region.