CALLS for greater fiscal flexibility to help the Scottish Government tackle the Covid-19 pandemic have won support from Highland Council's leader.
REPORTS of a three-year-old with a head injury triggered a response from two Ross-shire lifeboat crews yesterday.
Photographs of bins overflowing in an Inverness city centre car park have been shared online.
There have been no new deaths from Covid-19 in Scotland in the last 48 hours.
Thirsty locals were keen to show their support for Inverness pubs as beer gardens reopened for business today.
Officers are focusing more on 'engaging with the public' now
The outside of a house in Invergordon was damaged after a fire in wheelie bins spread to the property.
NHS Highland and emergency service partners turned out to mark 72 years of the health service at the weekend.
A minke whale was washed up on Cromarty beach on Saturday afternoon, with locals saying it had fishing gear or nets around its mouth.
A new £3.2m bridge at the north end of Inverness Campus is now being used daily by buses.
THE operators of a Black Isle camp site have offered assurances to the local community over their reopening plans for next week.
New campaign aims to protect youngsters from passing trains this summer