Raigmore Hospital has opened its first dedicated diagnostic unit for urology bringing the expertise of an entire team into one area.
Residents who have not yet applied to the EU settlement scheme are reminded that the deadline is at the end of the month.
An Inverness gallery has opened its latest exhibition Arisaig to Durness: A Journey of Memories featuring the work of artist Shazia Mahmood.
Daring fundraisers are being invited to abseil 100ft off the Kessock Bridge in aid of Highland Hospice.
A march aimed at raising awareness about mental health issues has made its way through Inverness city centre.
Pupils at an Inverness primary will find getting there will be safer after councillors approved a Safer Routes to Schools project.
Frankie and Lola's in Inverness reopens tomorrow following the easing of coronavirus restrictions as the Highlands moved from level two to level one.
Two girls and a boy had to be taken to hospital following a serious collision near Loch Ness yesterday and police appeal for information.
It is due to what is described as a serious collision at Lochend, by Loch Ness, and motorists are advised to find to find an alternative route.
Organisers have hailed the first socially distanced Highland festival a roaring success and are looking forward to staging more events this summer.
Highland and Islands Police Division issued warning over counterfeit notes in circulation in the Inverness area.
Scottish Citylink has confirmed major service enhancements across the Highlands and Islands this summer to help re-connect people across the region.
As of yesterday more than 75 per cent – 198,132 – of people in the NHS Highland area have received their first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.
Archer-class patrol and training boats which were travelling through Muirtown Locks and were due to head along the Caledonian Canal and Loch Ness.
Highland will go down from level two to level one Covid-19 restrictions from Saturday it has been confirmed.
Staff at a Highland ice rink are busily getting ready to reopen the centre in July with the easing of Covid-19 lockdown restrictions.
The move follows a public consultation by Highland Council in February and March and the new regulations are due to last for the next 10 years.
The Inverness singer-songwriter is about to release his latest EP created during lockdown.
Two new Inverness businesses started within the past year which are bucking that trend, and have gone from strength to strength during the pandemic.
Parking bays in Ardross Street in Inverness are finally able to welcome visiting coach tours after being delayed due to Covid-19 restrictions.