Bruce MacGregor, who owns MacGregor's Bar in Academy Street, looks to expand into Sutherland with a second venue set to open in Golspie.
Highlands and Islands Airport Limited has revealed additional mitigation measures to help ensure passenger safety for the resumption of flights.
Culloden Visitor Centre suffered a drop in visitor numbers due to the Covid-19 pandemic the latest figures have revealed.
Shops, bars, restaurants and other outlets are busy welcoming customers back across the city for the first time this year.
Two thought-provoking online performances will take place next month which are aimed at starting conversations around diagnosis, death and grief.
Visitors flock back to Inverness city centre as coronavirus-related restrictions are eased allowing shops and beer gardens to open once again.
With the majority of businesses re-opening this week, Highland Council’s environmental health team will be undertaking visits across the region.
It will launched by Morrisons in Inverness next week and is aimed at anyone who is in need or struggling for sanitary products.
Inverness city centre is expected to get busier and busier after the easing of coronavirus-related lockdown restrictions today.
An Inverness gallery is celebrating its 20th anniversary with a special exhibition when it reopens on Monday.
Landlords of pubs and bars which are lucky enough to have outside areas are gearing up for the return of outdoor hospitality on Monday.
OXFAM’S Inverness store has issued an urgent appeal for volunteers to help it deal with an anticipated deluge of donations as it prepares to reopen.
Businesses are preparing themselves for a manic, yet magic, Monday when they get the chance to reopen for the first time this year.
During lockdown a burst pipe caused damage in the gym area of the site and remedial work is already underway to repair the damage.
Police in Nairn are hunting vandals who sprayed offensive graffiti on the garden wall of a house in Auldearn near Nairn.
Jason "Junior" Cochran, who is 14 years old, was last seen in the the Milnafua area of Alness and was reported missing around 7.30pm yesterday.
The Highlands' largest leisure centre will temporarily suspend sporting activities in favour of democracy as a location where votes are counted.
Fire crews spent six and a half hours battling a large gorse fire at Fort George with around 35 firefighters and volunteers were sent to the scene.
Residents can highlight issues affecting their communities over the summer months – with the first held later today in Culloden and Ardersier
Around 35 firefighters and volunteers are currently tackling the gorse and grass fire which was first reported at 1.35pm.