Cheese and Tomatin was voted the best restaurant in Inverness on the Tripadvisor website this week.
A good mix of takeaway businesses – including independents, specialists and multiples like McDonald’s – are important for the city centre.
Traffic Scotland has confirmed that the A82 has now reopened after being closed in both directions this morning.
A man who was seriously injured during a two-vehicle collision on the A82 had been freed from his vehicle before fire crews arrived on the scene.
One person has been taken to hospital after being cut free from a vehicle in a crash that has closed the A82 south of Fort William.
Police have closed the A82 following a two-vehicle collision.
Loyal customers have been happy to follow an Inverness food store to its new premises the owner has said.
One of the attractions of the city centre in Inverness is its diverse range of specialist shops run by knowledgeable owners and staff.
The money off discount scheme was funded by the UK Government and a number of food outlets have said they are extending it at their own expense.
More Inverness restaurants and bars have announced have announced that they intend to extend the Eat Out to Help Out scheme into next month.
During lockdown one Inverness barber's online video on how to cut your hair went viral.
An Inverness pub which has been continuously trading since 1841 might actually be older than originally thought.
The Therapy Suite in Inverness provides treatments such as oncology massage to help people with cancer.
People have been flocking back to hairdressers to have their DIY haircuts made more presentable.
“Nobody wants to sit in a bar, especially the ones on their own, and there is nothing in the background.”
ONE Inverness hair and beauty salon was open for just 19 weeks before it was forced to close due to the coronavirus lockdown restrictions.
A city salon is currently working seven days a week to keep up with demand.
AN integral part of the city centre night-time economy are the Inverness Street Pastors who are on hand to provide help wherever it is needed.
Tour operator JetsGo Holidays has announced its summer 2021 holiday programme departing from Inverness Airport to the largest Balearic Island.
Restaurants in Inverness city centre have been busier than ever this month with diners keen to take advantage of the UK government’s money off deal.