A care home in Inverness is being told to improve on how it caters for garden visits during the Covid-19 pandemic.
AN eye-catching expression of young people’s belief in a safer, fairer and more sustainable planet has gone on show at Eden Court Theatre.
A concerned neighbour in Kinmylies is warning cat owners to beware of youngsters intent on collaring their kitties.
European citizens wishing to continue living in the UK after Brexit are being urged to seek out Highland Council help.
Inverness and Nairn are set for a timely employment boost with up to 250 jobs created by a consulting, technology and outsourcing services giant.
An Inverness windows manufacturer is to create 10 new jobs this month to take staff numbers above pre-Covid 19 levels.
High Life Highland will be able to keep all of its facilities and attractions open throughout the school holidays.
Some Scotrail services north of Inverness were disrupted last night after a conductor fell ill.
When Diane and Alan Wallace returned to Inverness after six years in Australia to open their own bakery, it turned into a true homecoming.
A pioneering charity with a track record for transforming young lives has managed to get a massive cash boost over the finishing line.
One of the Penta Hotel’s great strengths amid the challenges of the pandemic has been the ability to offer a comforting streak of normality.
Fraser Peterkin embraced a streak of realism as the four-star, 121-bedroom Mercure Hotel in Inverness re-opened tentatively in July.
THEY can sometimes resemble Ghostbusters, with special chewing gum removal gear strapped to their backs.
Inverness hoteliers are confident their businesses will bounce back
Inverness city cleaning team is proud of the way it keeps the Highland capital sparkling
Shane Sutherland believes he can shine in return to club.
CULLODEN residents have accused a developer of bullying behaviour in seeking to sell-off popular woodland by their homes.
Many fans will have described their club’s management as a bunch of comedians, but Loch Ness FC;s appointment of Rab Mulheron as assistant is no joke.
Brody MacIver has landed a dream trip to San Diego to compete for a world title after the six-year-old outshone the rest of the field in Cambridge.
Stuart Kettlewell feels Ross County have been “assassinated” for defensive displays and unfairly criticised for performances so far this season.