Highland councillors have moved a step closer to making it a criminal offence for taxi drivers to refuse a fare from someone in a wheelchair.
WORK to complete the second phase of the Inverness West Link is back on track after contractors worked over Christmas to make up for lost time.
A TRAIN fault caused disruption for rail passengers on the Kyle Line on Friday.
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.
Inverness has been named as one of the top 10 most welcoming places in the UK to visit in the latest poll.
Highland motorists have been reported to the courts for drug driving offences, say police. Drivers urged to know the law before driving.
CLIMATE change's impact on Highland roads must be taken into account by the Scottish Government when setting its budget, council leaders argue.
THE southbound carriageway of the A9 in the Tomatin area was blocked following a collision during the early hours of this morning.
Troubled airline Flybe, which operates flights out of Inverness Airport, has welcomed a rescue plan which was agreed by the government this week.
UPDATE: A WOMAN was taken to Raigmore Hospital after a crash on the A9 this morning.
COASTAL flood alerts were still in place around the Moray and Cromarty firths this morning as high winds continued to cause road and ferry disruption.