Customers travel from across the Highlands and Islands to buy books from the Inverness branch of Waterstones.
Robert Davidson set up Sandstone Press in 2002 and he has since worked closely with a number of authors to produce successful books.
Caffe Nero first moved to the Highland capital five-and-a-half years ago and currently enjoys a good central location on Inverness High Street.
Culloden Visitor Centre's souvenir shop is a finalist for the international Museums and Heritage Award – winners will be announced on Tuesday.
An Inverness café owner originally moved to the city because he found living in London too expensive.
The well-established city centre café was originally set up by an Italian family who first moved to Inverness in the 1930s.
Josh Quigley has fully recovered after being hit by a car travelling at 70mph while riding across America last year.
The Castle Street bar is planning to reopen from September 25 – table bookings are being accepted with a range of new rules are now in place.
Frankie and Lola's, which is next to the Asda superstore off the A8082, is hoping to be back in business from Monday, October 5.
The National Trust for Scotland’s Culloden Visitor Centre retail shop has been shortlisted in the international Museums and Heritage Award 2020.
Café 1 is offering a 25 per cent discount on food, soft drinks and hot drinks throughout September.
Since opening in 2017 Church Street’s Revolution has been shaking up the local scene with a stylish restaurant, dining and cocktail bar experience.
A government meal deal proved so popular that when it ended last month a number of Inverness businesses decided to continue with their own discounts.
The Palombo family originally moved to the Highlands from their native Italy way back in 1880 and have a long association with Inverness.
Farm and Household Stores in Inverness has expanded over the years and it is an integral part of the local business community.
Supporters of social distancing measures in Inverness city centre want to see then remain in place.
This month’s exhibition at Castle Gallery will be a bit different because it is being run under post-lockdown conditions.
Hugh Nicol, who runs the Riverside Gallery in Bank Street, said people were gradually becoming more confident about returning to the city centre.
A tartan wedding dress and the death mask of Bonnie Prince Charlie are just two of the popular exhibits held at the museum.
Perk, in Church Street, organised virtual doughnut and whisky sessions, and bags of his Milk Bar’s own roast of coffee were also delivered by bike.