Flybe, which operates flights to and from Inverness Airport, went into administration in the early hours of this morning.
A Government minister visited an Inverness centre this week as part of Scottish Apprenticeship Week.
Pupils were surprised when they were complimented by the original singer of one of the songs they performed at this year's Inverness Music Festival.
National Express will fully suspend its national network of scheduled coach services with effect from midnight on Sunday during the ongoing pandemic.
A group of workers from Inverness supermarkets have joined a legal fight for equal pay which could net each of them up to £10,000 in back pay.
Glen Urquhart Health Walk Group is inviting people to join them for a taster health walk at Balnain tomorrow to mark its third anniversary.
PLANS to improve a Culloden Road junction have been approved but councillors are still critical of it, claiming major changes are still needed.
NEW figures show that incidents of domestic violence have risen to just over six per day on average in the Highlands.
HIGHLAND Hospice has taken over running an Archie Café in Inverness city centre.
TWO collections which hoped to raise a total of £5000 to help an Inverness football club back to its home ground have passed their goal.
PLANS have been submitted to turn a former bakery shop into a new hot food takeaway in Inverness city centre.
A popular Nairn bar has been named as the Campaign for Real Ale's (CAMRA) Highlands and Western Islands Pub of the Year.
Employers from across the Highlands will be promoting a range of apprenticeship job opportunities at an open evening next week.
HIGHLANDERS drink less alcohol than people in the rest of Scotland, a survey by health service provider Babylon has claimed.
Police are appealing for information after a thief stole a collection box from an Inverness sandwich shop.
A NEW business directory has been launched by Inverness Airport aimed at aviation professionals.
FOUR charities benefited from the inaugural Highland Hearts of Gold event, which was held in Inverness.
An Inverness shoe shop has offered vouchers for every pupil at Park Primary School in Invergordon which was destroyed by fire earlier this week.
A working group has agreed to move on to the construction phase of the My Ness Project at a meeting this week.
Residents with a lucky postcode in Nairn are celebrating after each won £1000.