Campaigners are calling for transport bosses to get on with Inverness rail expansion plans which have been in the pipeline for the past 15 years.
Drivers fined after entering the wrong registration number at an Inverness car park should have the penalty written off, the city’s MP has said.
CLIMATE change's impact on Highland roads must be taken into account by the Scottish Government when setting its budget, council leaders argue.
Labour MSP David Stewart has secured cross-party working towards a change in the law to save an Inverness plumber from financial wipe-out.
The delivery of superfast broadband to the Highlands has been indefinitely delayed.
Labour MSP David Stewart believes there should be an automatic right for people to have full care at home for the last few days of their life.
An Inverness politician is intervening in a bid help a local plumber facing a £1.2 million pensions debt.
There will be a march in support of Scottish independence later this month in Inverness city centre.
A SCOTTISH church leader has called on MPs returning to Westminster to work for the marginalised and disenfranchised in society.
LABOUR politicians donned Christmas jumpers in support of an appeal to develop a pioneering centre for young people with severe and complex needs.
Highlands and Islands Labour MSP David Stewart has asked the First Minister about the risk of fire and lack of sprinklers in Scotland’s older schools.
Voters in the Inverness, Nairn, Badenoch and Strathspey constituency not only kept faith with Drew Hendry but doubled the SNP MP’s majority.
NHS Highland’s £20 million spend to cover the costs of staff shortages has been challenged in the Scottish Parliament.