Inverness TV star Evie Morrison, who appeared in the show, The Traitors, will be a guest at a fundraising Masquerade Ball for Strictly Inverness.
After a 30-year career as a police officer – including being part of a major investigations team – Ruth Mason is now focusing on her dance moves.
A leading conservation charity is "strongly" objecting to a proposed green energy project on the south side of Loch Ness.
Further expansion plans worth up to tens of millions of pounds and creating new jobs have been announced at a malting plant in Inverness.
A police watchdog has highlighted lessons to be learned following an investigation into a firearms incident in Inverness.
Police officers were called to an Inverness secondary school this morning following what is believed to be a malicious email.
The popular Black Isle Tattie Day will be back at North Kessock Village Hall on Saturday March 2.
In the past six years, Elizabeth Marsden has experienced three manic episodes.
Young women are being invited to meet women working in the field of science, technology, engineering and maths at a free event in Inverness.
Plans have been submitted to change a pub near near the gateway to Glen Affric into a house.
People came together for a chat and entertainment at an inaugural community coffee morning in Inverness city centre.
Police have confirmed that a teenage sister and brother reported missing from Inverness have now been traced.
The life of the man who founded Highland mental health charity, Mikeysline, has been celebrated at a memorial event in Inverness.
A ceilidh with a tartan and tweed theme is set to raise money for a project to create a Gaelic cultural centre in Inverness.
The "mindless" dumping of more than 300 tyres in Loch Ness only adds to Highland Council's financial pressures, a councillor has said.
The importance of strengthening links between the Highlands and European communities linked by the North Sea has been highlighted during talks.
A charity which helps bereaved children in the Highlands has received £1560 thanks to an epic performance by choral singers.
Inverness city centre is set to lose another shoe shop.
Climbers up to the age of 81 years put their skills to the test during a competition at a climbing centre in Inverness.
A colourful performance in Inverness city centre has marked the start of the Chinese New Year.