The UK government has announced tens of thousands of people stranded abroad in the coronavirus pandemic will be flown home.
A THIEF who stole a family’s Christmas presents threw himself on the mercy of a sheriff.
Work to build an innovative splash pad for Nairn Links has been delayed.
Eighteen months after the whistle-blowers exposed NHS Highland’s culture of bullying, the health board has been praised.
GENEROUS runners forced to pull out of a postponed hill race near Dingwall have donated their entry fees to three Highland mountain rescue teams.
Highland Council is responding to the Scottish Government’s communication last week on shielding people ‘at risk’ from coronavirus.
Morrisons supermarket in Inverness is joining other branches in vowing to help re-stock food banks by lifting strict limits on some food items.
Scotland's first purpose-built justice centre has opened in Inverness today.
ORGANISERS of the 2020 Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival have postponed their next ticket resale as the coronavirus crisis deepens.
A travel group has responded to suggestions from Loganair it could be asking for government help within days.
The head of Loganair which runs a number of Highland routes said it is likely the firm will be looking for further support.
A Highland woman stranded in the Philippines amid tightening coronavirus restrictions is hoping to fly home this week.