A Scottish Fire and Rescue spokeswoman said the fire involved an area of gorse and whins grass and a number of volunteers were also at the scene.
Mikeysline will reopen The Hive on Inverness’ Academy Street from Tuesday following temporary closure due to Covid-19.
A best-selling American author compared Inverness to her hometown during a special event to mark the 275th anniversary of the Battle of Culloden.
The charity shop in Church Street, Inverness, will re-open on Monday – under the First Minister’s roadmap for non-essential shops.
Reopening of the gym from Monday will be dependent on Tier announcements along with others across Scotland.
A new water treatment works is now serving residents in Tomatin and Moy, following the completion of a £5 million project by Scottish Water.
A health and safety expert has put his time on furlough to good use – writing and illustrating a children’s book inspired by his young daughter.
National Trust for Scotland will today unveiled the most detailed map created of Culloden Battlefield to mark the 275th anniversary of the battle.
Calls have been made for better protection of Scotland’s historic battlefields to coincide with today’s 275th anniversary of the Battle of Culloden.
As of April 15, 171,229 people, 63.5 per cent of the population aged over 18, have had their first vaccination.
Tourist information centres in Inverness, Portree, Ullapool, Aviemore and Fort William this month as coronavirus restrictions are further eased.
Online booking now available for destinations including Urquhart Castle, Fort George and Elgin Cathedral.
Police investigating an overnight Inverness fire, where a man died, have confirmed that the incident is not being treated as suspicious.
The Scottish Government confirmed that the majority of pupils will return full-time to education after the Easter break, except for those shielding.
Police officers and fire investigators are continuing to probe the cause of a fire at an Inverness flat where a 57-year-old man died.
Passengers were finally able to take a trip on the popular Ness Islands Railway when it was able to reopen for the season.
Travel and meeting restrictions eased from Friday with shops and hospitality businesses also able to reopen across Scotland from April 26.
Highland Council’s roads team was kept busy providing a daily gritting and winter ploughing service but the crews are now switching to road repairs.
It was in the car park of Inshes Retail Park outside the Dunelm Mill store where a vehicle collided with a signpost and a white Renault van.
The B851 Errogie, Strathnairn, Daviot Bridge, Culloden Moor road will be temporarily closed between today and Friday.