Council leader Margaret Davidson says the Boundary Commission is riding roughshod over local connections and local democracy
But the charity behind the plans says 'we are absolutely not giving up' as they scout other locations
MSP Edward Mountain slams the response, saying 'there you go, no yes or no, no prison guaranteed'
MSP Edward Mountain says that is because the same government failed to build two new ferries on time and on budget
A by-election to replace a departing Inverness councillor will take place in tandem with a similar poll in Caithness in August.
Separately Conservative Donald Cameron and the SNP's Emma Roddick say help is 'vital'
The First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, was speaking in Holyrood today as she gave her regular coronavirus briefing to fellow MSPs.
Works are scheduled to correct problems in the drainage infrastructure.
MR Ross will donate his monthly wage to a different charity every month.
The payment, which is only available in Scotland, is open to families who get tax credits or certain other benefit.
More than half of Inverness Highland housing register lets go to homeless people as the council warns of 'very significant pressures'
The Red John project is expected to create as many as 700 jobs
POLITICIANS are putting their best feet forward to support a campaign celebrating Carers Week and highlight the invaluable work of unpaid carers.
Highlands and Islands Labour MSP Rhoda Grant is calling on the UK government to implement measures to prevent children accessing pornography websites.