An Inverness project providing vital food supplies for vulnerable people has been given an £800 funding boost.
The Highland Hospice Wear Yellow Day fundraising event is offering a programme of activities through which people can show their support.
Nicola Sturgeon says a continuing downward trend in coronavirus deaths gives encouraging signs ahead of the decision on easing lockdown measures.
The success of a community larder in a Beauly telephone box has resulted in a second one being set up in a bus shelter in the village.
A mother who helped raise thousands of pounds in memory of her son sadly died of cancer earlier today.
A firefighter who celebrated her 27th birthday by completing an Ironman challenge has raised more than £1000 for charity.
Celebration plans to mark the 150th anniversary of Inverness's Victorian Market had to be abandoned due to coronavirus.
Highland Council has now confirmed which Household Waste Recycling Centres (HWRC) will re-open from Monday.
A supermarket is appealing to budding young artists to bring one of its large windows to life in a blaze of colourful pictures.
A supermarket has donated supplies of vital personal protective equipment (PPE) to four Inverness care homes.
An Inverness street has added music to the weekly clap for carers in recognition of frontline workers during the coronavirus pandemic.