The First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, was speaking in Holyrood today as she gave her regular coronavirus briefing to fellow MSPs.
Highland Council Garden Waste Permits are now available to purchase for the 2021/22 permit season with existing permit holders to receive a reminder.
Plans for a new housing development in Drumnadrochit have been lodged with Highland Council.
We asked whether parents were considering keeping their children off school 308 people said yes compared with 302 who said no.
Two lanes were blocked after a collision at Scatraig earlier this afternoon.
Jason Junior Cochrane, who is 14 years old and from Strathpeffer, was last seen at 3pm on Saturday and has since been found safe and well.
The northbound carriageway is closed to traffic which is described as heavy at Scatraig.
Firefighters were called out to Inverness city centre this morning over concerns about loose slates on the Town House in High Street.
Motorists are advised that the A82 is currently blocked at Drumnadrochit and they should find alternative route.
A search has been launched to find artists to help create a new charity trail across the Highlands.
Work has started on the latest new school in Inverness which will serve the housing developments at Ness Castle and Ness-Side in the city.
A former Inverness hairdressers can be converted into a bakehouse and coffee shop.
A number of award-winning authors have been lined up for the return of the Nairn Book and Arts Festival.
It will be available in Nairn from Tuesday to Friday and in Inverness from Wednesday to Friday.
Highland Council has said that it is up to each school whether or not to let pupils watch Euro 2020 matches during the tournament.
Highland councillors have approved a £4.34 million area roads programme for Inverness in 2021/22.
Football fans planning to watch Scotland’s Euro 2020 matches in city pubs and bars are being urged to act responsibly.
A number of the latest McLaren sports cars were in Ness Walk and the test day event was arranged by McLaren Glasgow.
The road closures will be in the Kinmylies area of the city to allow the installation of fibre optic cable as part of the roll-out of the 5G network.
Research shows that almost half of Scots have found meeting up with others more overwhelming than expected.