A SERVICE which provides vital care for children with additional support needs has been saved from closure.
A CITY community was thrown into chaos following a suspected gas leak.
A Highland teenager is set to follow in the footsteps of some of the biggest names in Scottish rugby when he jets out to South Africa this weekend.
An Inverness-shire church which is set to be sold off reopened for one day only – allowing a bride to become the third generation of her family…
Highland Council has extended the online consultation into proposed improvements to Inverness city centre.
A COLLEGE for young people with additional support needs has been awarded a funding boost by DIY giant Screwfix.
A PIECE of artwork doubling up as a children’s water play area is set to go ahead after planning permission was granted.
HEARTLESS vandals have wrecked festive decorations across Inverness – including those at Highland Hospice, which has been targeted for a second…
A BIG-hearted schoolgirl stepped in to save the day after thieves took a box of toys intended for disadvantaged children.
A NUMBER of events are being held across the Highlands to help prevent loneliness and isolation on Christmas Day.
Two teenage boys from Drakies brought Christmas cheer to cancer support nurses at Raigmore as a thank you for treating their grandfather.
PORTERS are being forced to deal with clinical waste at Raigmore Hospital after a national contractor went bust.
BUSINESS leaders have warned that any plans for a new tourist tax in the Highlands could have a negative impact on firms which rely on visitor numbers.
A GROUP of big-hearted musicians from the Highlands have teamed up to record a Christmas single for charity.
Volunteers have been doing their bit to help those less fortunate by distributing jackets around Inverness for the homeless.
Culloden Academy has taken delivery of a defibrillator thanks to the fundraising efforts of two sisters.
Two defibrillators have been installed in the heart of the community in the east of Inverness to help potentially save lives.
A GROUP of pupils from Charleston Academy hosted a Christmas lunch for their families to celebrate the skills they have learned from a hospitality course.
COUNCIL officers are struggling to cope with a spate of vandalism across Inverness according to a leading councillor.
Two concerts held to mark the centenary of the end of WWI has raised thousands for a number of charities across the Highlands.