In an Inverness Courier poll seeking your views on the latest lockdown measures a majority did not agree with the imposition of new rules.
Police, some believed to be armed, were called to an incident in Boath Park, Nairn this afternoon.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced a range of measures to tighten up the current coronavirus lockdown.
The owners of a popular Inverness ice cream shop are to stay open late on Friday, ahead of new lockdown restrictions.
Highland Hospice has received £250 from someone who wanted to thank them for the care they provided to her family.
An extra £20 million is to be invested in Highland roads, councillors have been told.
Highland Council has launched the Temporary Business Closure Grant scheme for firms closed due to Covid-19 measures introduced on Boxing Day.
A kilt shop in Inverness has announced its temporary closure in the wake of the new coronavirus lockdown.
Scots are being urged to seek support and advice from Home Energy Scotland to reduce heating bills.
Of course nobody is going to be able look back at 2020 without thinking of the huge toll coronavirus has had on all our lives.
The UK’s biggest roll-out of a vaccine in a generation is well under way, bringing hope to all for protection against Covid-19.
More than £1 million has been set aside for ongoing fire safety works across council homes in the Highlands.
A TRIO of environmental protesters marked the fifth anniversary of the Paris climate agreement in Inverness at the weekend.
Highland Council announced recently that final design approval has been given to the controversial My Ness Gathering Place artwork.
The public is being reminded to stay safe around fire this winter, and support firefighters by identifying vulnerable individuals who may need help.
Green-fingered pupils at several schools are supporting efforts by Highland Council to cut carbon emissions by planting trees.
Another 14 cases of Covid-19 have been diagnosed across the NHS Highland region in the past 24 hours.
Findlay Nicholl, from Culloden, is planning to walk six miles in honour of former nursery playmate Leo Flett who died with muscular dystrophy.
The owners of the Dores Inn outside Inverness say Covid-19 restrictions have made it impossible for it to trade for the time being.
Prospect members in air traffic control at Highlands and Islands Airports Limited (Hial) are to be balloted over the company’s centralisation plans.