Cllr Alasdair Christie says the plans are aimed at 'improving health and prosperity in our area'
RESIDENTS from the EU living in Nairn and Moray are being urged to ensure they have the correct post-Brexit paperwork.
But operator Hial says its must expand to support long-term aviation links that sustain the region's economic growth
Rhoda Grant has written to Audit Scotland to probe the claims made by Hial about the plans
Councillor Andrew Jarvie also wants to see a Council Tax cut in this year's budget when it is decided on Thursday
Treasury spokeswoman Christine Jardine says 'lives and livelihoods' are on the line all across the north
Liberal Democrat candidate, Molly Nolan, will this weekend seek her party’s support for new plans to tackle the Highlands housing shortage.
Edward Mountain believes this will boost the economic recovery of the region but will ensure young people have more reason to stay in the Highlands.
Chairman, Innes Morgan from Thurso and vice chairman, Isaac Beckley from Glenurquhart said they were "ecstatic" about their new roles.
Rhoda Grant takes over the role of rural economy spokeswoman
Jason Issacs and MP Drew Hendry are urging people to get involved with the annual Great Daffodil Appeal.
WHILE my focus is on helping constituents in the pandemic, I am also looking to the future as we need to rebuild our economy, writes Drew Hendry MP.
More than £6 million will go to supporting wages, grants for businesses as well as training and apprenticeships
Councillor Struan Mackie launched the campaign after branding the proposals a 'destruction of rural democracy'