Officers release new photos in a bid to find missing 51-year-old Inverness man John Mackay who has not been seen since Sunday.
One person is feared dead after a light aircraft crashed into a field on the Black Isle.
Emergency services are on the scene after light aircraft crashed in a field near Avoch on the Black Isle.
There was a possible sighting of John Mackay in the Muirtown Swing Bridge area between 7.15am and 7.25am on Sunday.
Today officers carried out garden searches and house-to-house enquiries in the Dalneigh area in a bid to find John Mackay.
Two students in Inverness are self-isolating after they tested positive for coronavirus at the Raigmore Hospital campus.
Staff member tests positive, but had not worked at The Gellions this week, and bosses are hoping to reopen as normal today.
The leaders of two Highland Council committees have praised the ongoing work to support children and families throughout the pandemic crisis.
The business has acquired the Happy Plant site and the new owners have promised more jobs will be created as part of an investment plan.
Katie Macphee (15) and 16-year-old Nicole Ramage were reported missing yesterday and police have thanked the public for their help.
Circus Artspace, which is an artist-run initiative and graduate support programme in the Highlands, made the appeal via its Twitter account.
Concerns have been raised that suspended flights and a reduced service at Inverness Airport will have a serious impact on the local economy.
Work on the reconstruction of a replica prehistoric Highland roundhouse has begun after the original was destroyed in an accidental fire.
Paul Stephenson converting his neglected garden shed into a vintage rock-themed pub and it is where he records interviews with rock stars.
A Covid-19 lockdown in England has led to British Airways suspending its service between Inverness and London Heathrow.
Kirkhill musician Mark Forbes has released a single to raise funds for an electric bicycle for his disabled brother-in-law.
Dawn Aird, who saw a post on Facebook from the community group Habibti Liverpool, is appealing for donations to help a children’s hospital in Yemen.
Rhys Langlands will feature in the show next Friday at 8pm as he attempts to climb the Super Crag rock face which overlooks Loch Maree.
A rare bottle of Glen Grant 1966, which was donated by Elgin-based distillers Gordon and MacPhail, will be auctioned to raise funds for charity.
Officers from the Highland and Islands Division are reminding the public to remain vigilant in relation to counterfeit currency.