The cash will be delivered over the next two years and will go directly on hiring staff to support education through the pandemic
The Treasury hit back saying that nothing would stop the Scottish Government from agreeing its own budget before the UK
The move aims to boost the Highland economy by retaining staff and using local sub-contractors as well as saving the taxpayer up to £1 million a year
The new restrictions will come into effect on Friday but people are encouraged to abide by them now amid rising Covid infection rates
Worries about workplace bullying have not been included in an updated policy on whistle-blowing drafted by Highland Council.
A second Highland school has been hit by coronavirus following confirmation of a case involving a pupil at a secondary in Ross-shire.
Boundary Commission proposals to redraw Highland Council ward maps have been described as an "attack on democracy" in the region.
The transformation of Inverness Castle is a step closer with the enabling contract being awarded to Compass Building and Construction Services.
Re-instatement of two suspended councillors and in-fighting appears to have triggered a trio of resignations
Two Highland councillors have been reinstated to the SNP group.
Council bosses said they could no longer standby proposals after the national picture changed
Former Inverness councillor Jim Crawford has died.
HUNDREDS of thousands of pounds are to be spent improving council housing in Nairnshire – but residents are warned there may be Covid-related delays.
A Tomatin nursery has been praised for high standards in day care in a report by the Care Inspectorate.
Part-time speed warning signs outside Highland schools have still not been fixed, despite pupils having returned several weeks ago.