Parking bays in Ardross Street in Inverness are finally able to welcome visiting coach tours after being delayed due to Covid-19 restrictions.
Trials of new state-of-the-art robot submarines in Loch Ness are due to end tomorrow.
It marked the 250th call and a birthday to remember for one volunteer crew member as they helped to locate an overdue kayaker.
A second sunflower cascade by Highland Hospice has gone on display in Eastgate Shopping Centre, Inverness.
A Highland charity is able to create not one but two displays due to being overwhelmed by donations to an online appeal for wool sunflowers.
People attending the first music festival to be held in the Highlands since the beginning of the pandemic should enjoy the occasion safely.
Around 700 square metres of the B865 Academy Street junction, with Friars Lane and Chapel Street, has been resurfaced at a cost of £40,000.
A number of Highland lifeboats, a coastguard rescue team and a rescue helicopter were called out over concerns for the safety of a kayaker.
Councillors are being asked to approve traffic calming measures near to an Inverness school.
A supermarket giant is encouraging charities and community groups in Inverness to apply for funds for local projects.
A virtual exhibition featuring the design work of final-year visual communication students at Inverness College UHI has launched.
Highland Hospice has achieved the prestigious Investors in People Gold Accreditation which recognises how well organisations work with employees.
Five county lines drugs gangs are operating in the Inverness area which prey on vulnerable individuals to transport and sell drugs in the Highlands.
A nurse from Culduthel Care Home in Inverness has been announced as Nurse of the Year at the Scottish Care Home Awards.
Members of Highland Council’s Health, Social Care and Wellbeing Committee have noted that the lead officer will coordinate the emerging strategy.
The power cut began at 11.27am and Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) fixed the fault in the Drakies area fixed by 4pm.
The power outage began at 11.27am and SSEN is hoping to have the fault in the Drakies area fixed by 4pm.
Officers in Inverness are appealing for help to trace 54-year-old Allan Alexander Muir who has been reported missing.
Tomatin Distillery is toasting a fantastic haul of awards at the San Francisco World Spirits competition.
Delays are of around 15 minutes in both directions on the A9 approaching roadworks at the Moy turn off near Inverness.