Highland Council has received the first award from a Scottish Government fund to provide priority routes for buses.
£150,000 of Creative Scotland funding is to be made available for Highland artists.
Crime detection rates in the Highlands increased during the first quarter of 2020-21 as confidence in policing also grew during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Actress Karen Gillan, strongman Luke Stoltman and former Ross County player Scott Boyd are now ambassadors for Inverness charity Mikeysline.
The café service at Inverness Botanic Gardens has opened to customers for the first time since lockdown.
Highland Council believes the impact of the Covid-19 outbreak gives it a chance to change how it works with communities.
High Life Highland is ready to reopen more facilities after the announcement that gyms and swimming pools can welcome customers back from August 31.
More businesses will be allowed to reopen from Monday next week, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon confirmed this afternoon.
Bosses at a popular Inverness eatery have welcomed the support shown after a diner later tested positive for Covid-19.
NHS Highland and the head of Highland Council are trying to reassure parents after a confirmed case of Covid19 at an Inverness school.
The future of Pizza Express in Inverness appears secure as it was not named as one of dozens set to close.
WooHa Brewing Company is sponsoring the Loch Ness FC home shirt for the 2020/21 season – and has also created a limited edition Loch Ness FC Lager.
Tesco is to hold an extra summer food collection to charities Trussell Trust and FareShare
An Inverness affordable housing development has been shortlisted for another award.
The historic Kirking of the Council ceremony in Inverness will not take place in September as usual due to Covid-19 restrictions.
A new post of depute chief executive is being created by Highland Council, which is also to recruit a new chief officer for health and social care.
Inverness Caley Thistle is reaching out to help Highland Hospice during the 2020-21 SPFL Championship season.
A COMMUNITY has hit out after plans for 155 new homes were recommended for approval by council planners.
Various roads in the Dalneigh area of Inverness are to be subject to closure until May next year.
Lanes blocked on the Kessock Bridge after a breakdown are clear again.