Battle of Britain Spitfire in Inverness hospitals' tribute flypast
A SPECIAL park running track for Inverness has taken a major step forward with a turf cutting ceremony
Part-time speed warning signs outside Highland schools have still not been fixed, despite pupils having returned several weeks ago.
The Renee MacRae case is due back in court more than a year after the man accused of killing her and her son Andrew appeared in court in Inverness.
Inverness joined a worldwide protest movement over conditions in South Africa that have worsened during the Covid -19 pandemic.
Plan to grow Cawdor Castle moves a big step nearer
Highland Council took enforcement action last year to stop the former So Coco restaurant in Inverness High Street being painted bright pink.
A healthcare worker from Inverness will discuss his experience of working at Raigmore Hospital during the coronavirus pandemic in a new documentary.
The owners of MacGregor's Bar in Inverness city centre say the final day of the Eat Out to Help Out scheme was ruined for them.
A project to transform a huge section of two of Inverness city centre's most prominent streets is on the verge of getting underway.
There are fears flu cases in combination with Covid-19 could stretch the health service beyond its limits.
An Inverness man has proved that you can indeed teach an old dog new tricks.
An Inverness restaurant was closed for deep cleaning this week after a staff member tested positive for Covid-19.
Money saved from the cancellation of Inverness winter events programme could be ploughed into staging safer alternative entertainment.
The Highland capital sees some of the lowest levels of car theft in the country according to a vehicle insurance firm.
Nessie has been invoked in a bid to discredit US Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, leaving her fans distinctly unimpressed.
Inverness’s only tenpin bowling centre is getting ready to rumble again after lockdown – and when it does it will be shining like a brand new pin.
AN Inverness artist and college lecturer was "like a hermit" in his flat creating lockdown works after becoming stranded away from his Glasgow studio.
When this year’s Highland Cross duathlon was cancelled many worthy causes that regularly benefit from the fundraiser were left high and dry.
The future of the former Ashers bakery in Church Street is back in the mixing bowl after coronavirus affected plans to convert it to a pub.