Cabinet Secretary for Rural Economy and Tourism, Fergus Ewing, visited the Kingsmills Hotel as Scotland’s tourist industry emerged from lockdown.
A question on service in the armed forces will be included in the census for the first time.
An Inverness councillor has welcomed the resumption of work on a new pedestrian crossing in Glenurquhart Road.
An Inverness gift shop has taken to social media to warn about an alleged shoplifter.
A new cycle lane on Ness Bridge has been ditched by Highland Council after just four days.
The owner of a city computer business is inviting people to help out a good cause while also protecting themselves and others from coronavrius.
Councillors have welcomed news that work on Highland Council housing developments has restarted.
Education Secretary John Swinney says no physical distancing will be required for primary or secondary pupils as long as infection rates remain low.
An Inverness charity shop is to make way for a new affordable homes project in the city centre.
Ashers bakery is keeping up with the times with a range of shortbread figures in kilts and face coverings.
Blend Tea and Coffee Merchants in Inverness city centre has launched a scheme to help needy customers following the Covid-19 pandemic.
Pre-school children with special needs and their parents will be able to meet at a new playgroup in Inverness.
Learnie Red Rocks – between Rosemarkie and Cromarty – is among Forestry and Land Scotland (FLS) sites which will once again welcome visitors.
An Inverness businessman is behind new software to help the crisis-hit hospitality industry welcome guests back safely in the post-lockdown world.
Visitors will be welcomed back to the grounds of Urquhart Castle from the start of August.
The Loch Ness Centre and Exhibition in Drumnadrochit is to reopen to visitors tomorrow.
We all have a role to play in the recovery of the country’s valuable tourism industry, according to VisitScotland.
Dobbies Garden Centre says the restaurant at its Inverness store will reopen this week.
Inverness business The Salon says the coronavirus lockdown "hit hard".
UNIONS have called on the government to build on the huge public support shown for the NHS during the pandemic by giving an early pay rise.