Partners can now accompany mums-to-be when they attend for their scan and antenatal clinic at Raigmore Hospital.
Under plans by Highlands and Enterprise small buildings could be developed and fabricated off-site before being built at Inverness Campus.
A projected deficit for High Life Highland has reduced to just over £1.5 million according to the charity's boss.
Summer loving was in the air for film fans who attended an outdoor showing of a big screen classic in Inverness.
Highland Council’s housing committee has agreed a one-year plan to spend £15 million on improving existing housing stock.
Members of Highland Council’s housing committee discussed progress made to implement a plan aimed at tackling homelessness.
A road in the Milton of Leys area of Inverness is to be closed to allow for junction work.
NHS Highland and its partners in public health are encouraging members of the public to continue following guidance on Covid-19.
Highland councillors have supported recommendations over refunding families for school trips cancelled as a result of the coronavirus crisis.
Police have issued an appeal for information about a man reported missing from Nairn.
One fresh case of Covid-19 has been confirmed in the NHS Highland area in the past 24 hours.
The list of settings where face coverings must be worn in Scotland is expanding to include more spaces such as cinemas, galleries, museums and banks.
Stagecoach has announced a further expansion of services from next week, in line with the return of schools.
Commonwealth Games medallist Stephanie Inglis, who survived a horrific bike crash, has become engaged to her long-term partner.
The Pizza Express in Inverness will reopen next week – though there is still no word on the longer term future for it and dozens of other branches.
An Inverness pub has introduced additional Covid-19 safety measures to reduce the risk of transmission.
Police Scotland has charged five men following the recovery of drugs with a combined street value of £700,000 in Ross-shire.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said the rise in coronavirus cases in Aberdeen showed it had been right to impose lockdown restrictions on the city.
Highland Council and Police Scotland are urging drivers to slow down near schools as term starts next week.
The Rose Street Foundry pub in Academy Street, Inverness has reopened to the public.