A Highland charity which helps support those affected by suicide is planning to hold more meetings across a wider area this year.
Inverness taxi firm owners give their backing to a call that private hire drivers should be treated as key workers and be vaccinated as a priority.
New initiatives to drive economic growth, create jobs and tackle inequality will be included.
An Inverness fundraiser is hoping to raise £2500 to help Fort William FC get new CCTV equipment following a spate of recent vandalism incidents.
Highland Council has begun detailed design works on a major £2.5m energy project, part-funded by the Scottish Government through Salix Finance.
Staff, patients and visitors in all hospital and care settings should now use Fluid Resistant Surgical Masks (FRSM) instead of face coverings.
According to Inverness Cat Rescue Milly is now living in a beautiful west coast Scottish village and is already settling in and purring away happily.
Craig Maclean Leisure Centre, Badenoch Centre and Aviemore Community Centre will be used thanks to High Life Highland NHS Highland partnership.
The Inverness supermarket will be shut for just over four months so it can be refurbished.
The £270,000 Fuel Support Fund has been set up using Scottish Government funding which can be used flexibly to alleviate financial insecurities.
It has been predicted that job losses could impact the region’s migrant workforce – unions have already reported an increase in people being sacked.
Both business and personal bank accounts can now be used to apply for the Scottish Government's Temporary Business Closure Grants.
They were at the Chieftain Hotel and have been connected with the festive period – both NHS Highland and Highland Council are aware of the situation.
The news was shared via the Inverness BID Facebook page yesterday and staff are look forward to seeing everyone again soon.
NHS Highland and Highland Council are thanking staff for their continued support and approach to the fight against coronavirus across the region.
A Scottish Prison Service spokesman today confirmed the figure and said a number of procedures were in place.
A Mitie spokeswoman confirmed six members of staff had tested positive for Covid-19 and that the centre had been closed over the weekend as a result.
Highland Council and Tree of Knowledge have agreed a partnership to provide support to all pupils and staff across all 200 schools.
NHS Highland reminds patients to only order prescriptions that are needed to help the health service.
One member of staff at each of the Inshes and Eastfield Way branches of Tesco Extra have tested positive for Covid-19 it has been confirmed.