THE chairman of Inverness Taxi Alliance (ITA) has announced he is planning to stand down in April after five years at the head of the trade body.
OLD vehicles and those which belch out the highest levels of fumes should be banned from Academy Street, according to environmental campaigners.
POLICE have appealed for witnesses after a motorcyclist was forced off the road on the Black Isle.
A grandfather from Inverness was surprised to stumble across a load of sex toys which had been dumped on a footpath just off the A96.
An Inverness managing director has raised concerns about the introduction of new restrictions at recycling centres.
The Victorian Market has shared news on its Facebook page that Emily the Dalmatian has died following a short illness.
An information evening at Raigmore Hospital was aimed at those who were interested in becoming living donors.
Drivers fined after entering the wrong registration number at an Inverness car park should have the penalty written off, the city’s MP has said.
Tickets to this year’s Belladrum festival are up for grabs during the run-up to Highland Hospice’s annual Strictly Inverness dance competition.
Inverness has been named as one of the top 10 most welcoming places in the UK to visit in the latest poll.
THE southbound carriageway of the A9 in the Tomatin area was blocked following a collision during the early hours of this morning.
Highland politicians condemn figures revealing around three attacks a day on NHS Highland staff in the Inverness area
Troubled airline Flybe, which operates flights out of Inverness Airport, has welcomed a rescue plan which was agreed by the government this week.
Highland Council has applied for planning permission to build new nurseries alongside existing primary schools.
COUNCILLORS have renewed calls for a rethink of the way cash is shared out to maintain roads across the Highlands.
A CCTV image of a 72-year-old man missing from the Beauly area since before Christmas has been released in a bid to help with the ongoing search.
Organisers are promising "nae ordinary fundraiser" for an Inverness Burns Supper later this month.
A popular Inverness city centre taxi rank has now officially been decommissioned ahead of a major project to regenerate the surrounding area.
Highland Council’s environmental health team was on site today to co-ordinate disposal of the sperm whale which died yesterday.
A second lifeline has been thrown to a much-loved Inverness community café as part of an expansion in catering provision by High Life Highland (HLH).