Police investigating a fatal fire in Dores have confirmed that a body has been recovered – although formal identification is yet to take place.
Highland Council would like to notify the public that a temporary pathway diversion will be put in place next week near Whin Park.
A key focus for this fund is to support innovation and new ideas as well as investing in pilots that draw on local insights.
Capers in Cannich, Scotland’s first festival created in response to the Covid-19 crisis, takes place near Inverness and has added more dates.
Glastonbury Presents – Live at Worthy Farm is coming to Vue Inverness with tickets available for the live streamed event on sale from tomorrow.
The music venue will reopen doors from Monday with shows featuring Davy and Sam Cowan and Lional with the easing of coronavirus lockdown restrictions
An Inverness youngster has cycled more than 200 miles to raise almost £2000 for cancer charity Maggie’s Highlands.
Advocacy Highland, a charity which supports people to speak up, has achieved the prestigious Investors in People Gold Accreditation.
Researchers are to launch a new study in a bid to assess how participants interact with wearable fitness technology and smartphone applications.
New plans have been announced which aim at a collective way forward for the Highland tourism industry following the coronavirus pandemic.
Two Fortrose Academy students have managed to raise more than £3000 for Maggie’s Highlands by cycling 200 miles around the Black Isle.
One of the Highland capital's most iconic and useful landmarks has been secured for another generation, according to an Inverness councillor.
Today, Vue has announced the reopening of its venue in Inverness from Monday, May 17, with tickets available to pre-book now.
Inverness’s leading business and tourism groups are joining forces to spearhead a post-lockdown recovery for the city.
Police are hunting a man who assaulted the woman near to the football pitches at Charleston Academy between 3pm and 3.30pm yesterday.
Police are looking for information in relation to the vandalism to a grey Seat Leon which caused damage to the whole rear window.
Researchers at the University of the Highlands and Islands’ Institute of Health Research and Innovation are collaborating with High Life Highland.
An Inverness jeweller has emerged from the latest lockdown with a new name and a larger premises.
It will affect the U3823 Bught Road in Inverness on Tuesday, May 4, between the hours of 9.30am and 5.30pm.
Says Scottish Conservative candidate for Inverness and Nairn Edward Mountain.