A teenage swimmer helped his brother get to shore after their kayaks were swamped by water in rough conditions on Loch Ness.
Highlands and Islands MSP John Finnie has called on the Scottish Government to commission research on the impact of tourism in Scotland.
NHS Grampian has published a list of venues visited by people linked to a coronavirus cluster in Aberdeen, which now faces renewed restrictions.
Pubs and restaurants in Aberdeen will have to close and people are being told not to travel to the city.
Targeted measures it says will help build a stronger, fairer and greener economic future have been announced by the Scottish Government.
NHS Highland has highlighted the role Test and Protect plays in containing future coronavirus outbreaks.
Health promotion bodies have joined forces, calling for Scotland's parents to rethink the school run, as pupils get set to return to class next week.
A nursery in Inverness is welcoming the community through its doors for an open day for the first time since the coronavirus lockdown.
Transcripts of proceedings at a fatal accident inquiry into a helicopter crash off Shetland will be made available to victims’ families daily.
Inverness Museum and Art Gallery (IMAG) joined the High Life Highland bounceback campaign when it reopened to the public today.
Highland Council says an improving trend of attainment is continuing in the region – demonstrated by SQA results published today.
Police Scotland are urging householders to be vigilant following an attempted break-in and a theft.
Pizza Express is considering the future of 67 of its UK restaurants, though no specific premises have have been named yet.
Highland charities and good causes are being urged to apply for funding from one of four trusts funded by players of People’s Postcode Lottery.
Opposition councillors on Highland Council say questions need to be answered after the executive chief officer for education left his post abruptly.
DW Sports, which has a site at Inverness Retail Park, went into administration yesterday, placing 1700 jobs at risk.
The Scottish Men’s Sheds Association (SMSA) has opened its prestigious ‘Shed of the Year’ Awards to applications from Men’s Sheds across Scotland.
Families are being encouraged to check if they qualify for the Best Start Grant School Age Payment as schools re-open next week.
After a delay due to the coronavirus crisis, work is set to begin on a major city centre retail and residential development in Inverness.
The team behind a mini Black Isle music festival are pushing ahead with plans for it to return next month.