A cyclist who lost his wife to cancer a year ago is tackling an epic 600-mile cycle ride in aid of the charity which cared for her.
The 37-year-old man was charged in connection with drug and road traffic offences and he was due to appear at Inverness Sheriff Court today.
Residents and businesses in the Merkinch area left without an electricity supply – SSEN has estimated the fault will be fixed by 4.30pm.
Highland Hospice opened the doors of its latest outlet yesterday in the former Laura Ashley store in Falcon Square after relocating from Queensgate.
Highland Council has announced a temporary road closure on Dellness Road near Inshes Retail Park in Inverness.
An Inverness-based charity is appealing for volunteers to help run its brand new shops and warehouse.
An Inverness hotel welcomed staff from Highland Hospice for afternoon tea – to thank them for caring for a doorman in the weeks before he died.
The proposed Fairways development, on the site of a former golf course, has already attracted objections about traffic and infrastructure.
Pubs and bars in Inverness were finally able to serve alcohol indoors today with the easing of the recent Covid-19 lockdown restrictions.
When a group of Highland runners had to cancel their plans to complete the Cateran Trail they decided to run the North Coast 500 for charity instead.
An Inverness supermarket is set to extend its store to comply with a new Scottish scheme for the return of recyclable materials.
Labour's Highland and Islands Labour MSP Rhoda Grant lodged a motion on the same day she took the oath in the chamber of the Scottish Parliament.
It follows winter work which included replacing lock gates on the Caledonian Canal which runs from Inverness in the east to Corpach in the west.
Four scooter enthusiasts are touring the Highlands on vehicles with a combined age of 160 years as part of the fundraising challenge.
Recruitment for a depute chief executive is to begin following agreement today on a slimmer top tier in a revised senior management structure.
A new welfare guide has been published on Highland Council’s website to highlight the range of available financial support and guidance to residents.
When youngsters at a Highland nursery wanted to raise money to improve their surroundings they decided to walk twice the height of Mount Everest.
Plans have been submitted by Gillies of Broughty Ferry Ltd to Highland Council to build a two-storey extension to its Inverness furniture store.
Parkdean announces major £110,000 investment at Nairn Lochloy Holiday Park to install new accommodation and upgrade existing facilities.
The A9 was partially blocked this afternoon after a truck overturned shortly before 2pm on the southbound carriageway.