More funding is to be made available for businesses affected by the extension of temporary restrictions to slow the spread of coronavirus.
Loch Ness Spirits have won a court case to continue to legitimately use its own trademark.
COVID restrictions on pubs and restaurants in the Highlands are to be extended by at least another week, the First Minister has confirmed.
Prime, on Ness Walk, will reopen on Friday October 23 with a outdoor seating area.
Highland Hospice shop set for prestigious new site in Inverness city centre
The new service – Parcel Collect – means postmen and postwomen will now be able to collect parcels as well as deliver them on their daily round.
Highland firms can now apply for support from the Scottish Government's Covid-19 Business Hardship Fund
A 30th anniversary and a 13 year old whisky give Highland distillery good reasons for an online dram
Nairn and Aviemore entrepreneurs join forces to make the Cairngorms the top self catering holiday choice
Duncan Fraser and Sons Butcher on Queensgate has not said what the item was, but said it was lost by its owner on Saturday.
Councillor Margaret Davidson says such payments would help many people to bridge the five week delay in processing claims
The Scotland Loves Local scheme aims to help pay for improvements like protective screens, sanitising equipment and PPE