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.
Variety wins for WRC’s latest title, offering a wider choice of game modes.
The cumulative number of coronavirus cases across the Highlands has risen to 557 according to figures published today.
The only tartan weaving mill in the Highlands has launched a unique face covering service.
The cumulative number of coronavirus cases across the Highlands has risen to 549 according to figures published today.
The Highlands’ biggest bus company is to support a leading cancer charity over the next year.
There have been a further eight confirmed diagnoses of coronavirus in the NHS Highland area in the past 24 hours.
There have been a further four confirmed diagnoses of coronavirus in the NHS Highland area in the past 24 hours, new figures have shown.
There have been four additional confirmed coronavirus cases in the Highlands in the past 24 hours, new figures have shown.
There have been three additional confirmed coronavirus cases in the Highlands in the past 24 hours, new figures have shown.
Organisers of the planned Parking Lot Social event have postponed bringing entertainment to the Highlands.
NHS Highland hopes new technology will help prevent the spread of coronavirus in care homes.
Labour MSP David Stewart has called for changes to a committee set up to help victims of bullying at NHS Highland.
Highland MSP Edward Mountain has called on the Scottish Government to reduce delays in the courts system which have hit 633 trials in Inverness.
Highland Archive Service is presenting a programme of interviews with registrars, conservators, archivists and family historians for Doors Open Days.
A man from Cardiff who needed a coronavirus test was offered a slot in Inverness.
Pupils at Millburn Academy are planning to sell their artwork in aid of the Maggie's centre that was vandalised recently.
Tesco says it is following guidance and taking precautions after a staff member at its Eastfield Way store in Inverness tested positive for Covid-19.