Police investigating a fire in Thornbush Road, in the Merkinch area of Inverness, have charged two 12-year-old boys in connection with the blaze.
Six fire crews – including an aerial platform – were called out to South Kessock last night after an abandoned building caught fire.
A 42-year-old Inverness man whose life was saved by both his wife and a complete stranger has spoken of his gratitude ahead of World Kidney Day.
The A832 near Munlochy was partially blocked this afternoon following a collision between a bus and a van.
Essential repairs are being carried out to the sewer in Glebe Street with the road closed to traffic.
Highlands and Islands MSP David Stewart put a question about the coronavirus direct to SNP health secretary Jeane Freeman at Holyrood today.
Ice and snow may bring travel disruption to Inverness and the Highlands from tomorrow evening.
Dalneigh residents are facing having to make a journey either to the city centre or Merkinch after their local Post Office closed.
The Kingsmills Hotel in Inverness has advised guests that the tablets left in rooms should be eaten and not used as soap.
As part of Scottish Apprenticeship Week, Highland MSP David Stewart visited Moray Firth Training Group.
Part of General Booth Road in Inverness will be temporarily closed to all traffic for two weeks.
As the Coronavirus emergency worsens, even Nessie is taking no chances.
Figures compiled in a new report show the Highlands has some of the least energy efficient homes in Scotland.
Three Syrian families took part in a workshop organised by an Inverness-based music charity.
THIS year’s Inverness Music Festival was brought to a fitting close with the much anticipated Premier Competition at Eden Court Theatre.
Wednesday saw the Premiere Competition which rounded off proceedings of Inverness Music Festival 2020 at Eden Court.
Stranded Flybe passengers are being offered free rail travel for the next week by overnight rail service the Caledonian Sleeper.
Flights from Inverness to Belfast, Birmingham and Jersey will be taken over by Loganair following the collapse of troubled airline Flybe.
Loganair has already had talks with the Scottish Government officials as it prepares to take over a number of Flybe’s former routes.
Flybe passengers have been advised not to travel to airports today after the firm was placed into administration.