A road near Inverness city centre is to be closed for resurfacing work by Highland Council.
A processing delay due to a testing capacity issue at the UK government Lighthouse facility in Glasgow has impacted today's cornavirus results.
Transport partnership HITRANS is to deliver a new network of electric vehicle charging points across the west Highlands.
A new discount card will give veterans a 34 per cent discount on rail travel.
There have been 11 additional confirmed coronavirus cases in the NHS Highland area in the past 24 hours, new figures have shown.
The Tooth and Claw pub in Inverness city centre is to close for most of the rest of the month.
The Rocpool restaurant in Inverness is to close for the duration of new restrictions introduced in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
A "small number" of people from Nairn Academy will have to self-isolate after a member of staff contracted coronavirus.
Number 27 bar and restaurant in Inverness will close for 16 days following the announcement on new coronavirus restrictions.
Highland school pupils are to be given vouchers in place of free school meals if they are asked to self-isolate during term time.
Live streams of animals at the Highland Wildlife Park aim to entertain the whole family this month – along with special shopping offers.
Eden Court Theatre has been nominated for a national award in recognition of its work to support the coronavirus emergency response in the Highlands.
A 75-year-old former soldier is cycling the North Coast 500 route for charity.
Dobbies’ Halloween Spooktacular is taking place from Thursday to Saturday, October 29-31 in the Inverness store.
The key Scottish Government scheme has been beset by Covid-related delays but critics say it is still taking Highland Council too long to deliver
A man who shot dead a teenager originally from Inverness was the victim of an attempted armed robbery by the youth and his girlfriend.
Newly qualified nurses at Raigmore Hospital are getting extra support in their transition from student to fully fledged member of staff.
A stroke victim from Inverness has spoken about how the coronavirus lockdown has impacted on her ongoing health battle.
The man admitted that on November 26, 2019 he shouted, swore and attempted to throw a bicycle at police before lunging at them.
Families and friends of patients in Raigmore Hospital in Inverness are being urged to send a message to them over the airwaves.