The move by Rocpool Restaurant follows the announcement that the Highlands and Islands will be in Tier 1 of the Covid-19 restrictions next week.
The move will make it easier for hospitality businesses who will be able to sell alcohol, both indoors and outdoors, with time restrictions.
The current level of statutory sick pay is "shockingly inadequate and urgently needs to be reviewed" according to Lib Dem councillors.
The construction, which will see a new puffin crossing installed on the A82, is due to last for six weeks – subject to weather conditions.
Music tutors have successfully introduced electronic chanters as a method for continuing piping lessons.
With cases of Covid-19 rising NHS Highland is reminding people to remember the importance of self-isolation if they test positive.
Online event aims to discuss the regional, national and global response to the climate emergency announced by Highland Council last year.
The one-off grants of up to £50,000 will be available to businesses in both sectors through the £11 million Covid-19 Contingency Fund.
It is part of the Scottish Government’s Covid-19 Brake Restrictions which came into effect on October 9 with a total funding pot of £1.23m.
The building's cinema and new look Bistro-style Café and Bar will finally be able to open their doors to visitors from Thursday.
Highland Council Trading Standards is keen to raise awareness of the role of The Small Business Financial Ombudsman Service in resolving disputes.
The Exeter-based operator went bust in early March due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on passenger demand.
Changes to road conditions which can affect everybody from pedestrians and cyclists to motorists.
Police Scotland has confirmed there were five occupants at the property near Kiltarlity which was targeted by armed robbers on Monday.
Police Scotland is appealing for witnesses after an armed robbery at a property which was carried out by five unidentified men near Kiltarlity.
It is offering free pre-booked entry to its award-winning Visitor Centre on Saturday, November 28, and Sunday, November 29, between 10am and 4pm.
Drivers are advised that the road is closed at the junction between Culloden Road and Barn Church Road in Balloch.
PEOPLE pressure has seen controversial fire regulations for all Scottish homes delayed by a year – though householders will still face a hefty bill.
Remembrance Sunday and Armistice Day to be observed differently due to coronavirus restrictions following the latest Scottish Government guidance.
Police had to step in after a man tried to disrupt the latest protest by Extinction Rebellion Highland activists in Inverness on Friday.