With concerns rising over the need for personal protective equipment (PPE) one Inverness teacher is offering 3D printed plastic face shields.
Police are hunting vandals who torched gorse bushes and trees and tried to set fire to a shelter at Nairn Golf Club.
Highland MSP Rhoda Grant is calling on the Chancellor of the Exchequer to end his punishment of new start employees.
During the uncertainty and isolation of the Covid-19 outbreak Highland Council is giving advice for individuals offering their time to others.
A Highland Council bin lorry caught fire this morning and the cause is believed to have been ashes which had not fully cooled down.
Highland Council launches revised guidance on behalf of the Scottish Government with grants becoming available for eligible self-catering businesses.
Credit unions across the Highlands and Islands are poised to share in a £20million support package as they battle to help vulnerable families.
Highland Council is sending a bulletin to all council tenants providing them with advice about issues related to Coronavirus.
A number of banners have appeared near to the site of a former Inverness swimming pool offering accommodation during the current coronavirus pandemic.
People with access to 3D printers jointly launched a crowdfunder appeal to help create protective wear for Highland health staff.
A former Inverness nurse was delighted to be flooded with donations of wool after she put out an appeal for donations.
Inverness College UHI is supporting efforts by a group of designers to create essential personal protective equipment during the Covid-19 outbreak.
The children's ward at Raigmore Hospital is appealing for baby monitors to enable doctors and nurses to communicate with patients and families.
An Inverness firm of solicitors has donated almost £8000 to a mental health charity based in the city.
Loganair has announced it is converting two aircraft to carry Covid-19 patients in isolation pods.
The Eastgate Shopping Centre is offering free parking to key workers.
The Inverness branch of DIY giant B&Q has donated flowers to Highland Hospice.
Almost one in five Highland employees, including vital key workers during the coronavirus crisis, are earning below the real living wage.
Tomatin Distillery, near Inverness, is organising the world’s first virtual whisky festival this weekend alongside industry leading whisky brands.
A national sight loss charity is calling for blind and partially sighted people to be included in the priority group able to access online shopping.