Barry MacDowell and partner Emma Doyle are at “the end of their tether” because they feel discriminated against in their search for accommodation.
Duncan Fraser and Sons Butcher on Queensgate has not said what the item was, but said it was lost by its owner on Saturday.
Two charities providing vital food are appealing for people in Inverness to help support the UK’s biggest food collection this Christmas.
A partnership between two charitable organisations is helping more people get out and about and improve their mental wellbeing.
End of term lessons at Crown Primary School in Inverness were like a breath of fresh air.
A singer from Inverness who sprang to fame when she recorded a song about the tragic death of her relatives has released a second single.
A moving service to bless pets was held in Inverness Cathedral.
Maths Week Scotland and the Science Skills Academy (SSA) gave outdoor maths kits to primary schools in the Highland Council area to mark Maths Week.
A spokeswoman for the suicide prevention group said the new number will expand the service to make it easier for those in need to use.
Racist graffiti, vandalism and littering at an Inverness beauty spot are “absolutely disgraceful” says a city community councillor.
17-year-old Kevin MacDonald, from Wester Inshes, Inverness, who has Down’s syndrome, is finally able to go outside without being called names.
Posting four pictures of broken alcohol bottles and litter left behind, Sofie Marie Macleod warned parents not to go there until it was cleaned up.
The contract for the removal and replacement of the existing viewing tower was awarded to Laing Traditional Masonry and works began in March 2019.
MFR has announced a new weekend line-up with the launch of ‘The Big Saturday Football Show’ with Ewen Cameron and Steven Mill on Saturday October 17.
The first 25 children to visit the Caledonian Canal Centre each day during the school holidays are going to be given bags of Nessie food.
An opportunist thief alleged to have taken a luxury car from an Inverness garage, was caught red-handed by an officer from the police dog section.
Mary MacKenzie (81) of Innes Street, who has passed away, worked in the Victorian Market for many years.
Mystery still surrounds the last moments of an Inverness man found dead in a pool of blood just days after receiving death threats.
Highlands and Islands Rhoda Grant was speaking after the news today that commercial airline Loganair has suspended its service until late March 2021.
Calling it a "difficult time for households", Councillor Margaret Davidson said services were in place for anyone needing help.