NHS Highland says capacity for endoscopy screening will be increased to serve more patients across the region.
The body looking after culture and leisure in the Highlands has welcomed news that gyms and swimming pools may be allowed to reopen on September 14.
A new fund designed to support local regeneration and sustainable development around Scotland’s coast has been launched by Crown Estate Scotland.
Councillors have again called for the controversial one-way system around Inverness Castle to be scrapped.
Childcare provision for key workers in the Highlands will end by August 10.
An online video launched by Highland Council attempts to explain the impact of coronavirus on council finances.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says it is "morally and educationally imperative" that schools reopen as soon as possible.
Police say two men have been arrested in relation to the supply of drugs valued at more than £80,000.
A project to reintroduce important wildlife habitat in the Glen Affric area has received a Scottish Government grant for its work.
Former Dragon's Den star Duncan Bannatyne says he could be forced to close his health clubs in Scotland if they cannot reopen by the end of August.
Dobbies garden centre is taking part in the Eat Out To Help Out scheme giving diners 50 per cent off their restaurant bill up to the value of £10.
Holidaymakers are facing tough choices after the rules around travel to and from Spain were changed.
Inverness's branch of Oak Furnitureland is not included in current closure plans announced by owners.
The work of staff and communities in the face of the Covid-19 outbreak was highlighted at a meeting of Highland Council's Inverness committee.
Councillors have discussed plans to prepare for the return of pupils and staff to Inverness schools in August.
Retailer Oak Furnitureland has announced restructuring plans a month after it was rescued from collapse in a pre-pack administration deal.
Ness-side councillor Ron MacWilliam has called for new byelaws to deal with a surge in excessive littering by holidaymakers across the Highlands.
A TOUR through the history and future of one of Inverness’s most prominent buildings will form the basis of an online talk.
The Scotch Whisky Association has launched a new campaign urging people to write to their MPs about US traiffs.
Scottish Labour believes thousands of hospitality staff could be laid off if the furlough scheme ends before a new Jobs Guarantee Scheme is in place.