A New Zealand woman whose daughter took her own life praises the work of two Highland groups who are raising awareness of suicides in the Highlands.
An Inverness taxi firm bagged a hat-trick of trophies at a national industry awards ceremony in Glasgow.
Plans to demolish an existing substation and replace it with a new one as part of an Inverness hotel development have been approved.
Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland is closing its 45 shops across the country from 5pm tomorrow because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Residents fear that problems they already face parking their cars will only get worse in the future once planned hotel developments are completed.
An Inverness man unleashed a furious rant on Facebook when his wife was reduced to tears after panic buyers turned abusive.
Organisers behind an Inverness project which gives hot meals to vulnerable people are appealing for food donations during coronavirus outbreak.
A Drumnadrochit care project is appealing for donations of thermometers after it was unable to get supplies during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Inverness Chamber of Commerce is offering help and support to businesses in the city in response to the current coronavirus pandemic.
Government advice has been published regarding which parents can continue to send their children to school after closures due to the coronavirus.
A Highland cab firm is staking steps to help vulnerable people and protect the health of its drivers and staff during the coronavirus emergency.
Inverness-born actor Karen Gillan has found a fun way to entertain herself in self-isolation during the coronavirus pandemic – Quarantine Karaoke.
Education Secretary John Swinney said free school meals will continue amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Ness Walk Hotel in Inverness has announced it will be closed for 30 days as a result of the coronavirus emergency.
High Life Highland will close its facilities across the Highlands to help minimise social contact during the ongoing coronavirus emergency.
An Inverness support group which helps those affected by suicide has had to cancel this month's meeting because of the current coronavirus situation.
A CHARITY which holds monthly meetings in Inverness will mark its second anniversary this month.
Organisers of a fundraising event for Highland Hospice have had to postpone it because of the coronavirus pandemic.
A planned recruitment and community drop-in event scheduled due to be held in Fortrose tomorrow has been cancelled.
Senior managers and trustees at the National Trust for Scotland (NTS) have decided to keep properties closed and suspend all planned events.