Highland Council is responding to the Scottish Government’s communication last week on shielding people ‘at risk’ from coronavirus.
Parents make urgent plea to bring son home from hospital.
An online directory including activities, advice and help for people in the Highlands has been created in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
A grieving mum wants to recruit an army of families whose lives have been ripped apart by one of Scotland’s deadliest roads.
Signs are going up at Highland Council play parks to reinforce the message that they are closed due to coronavirus.
Colleges across the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) network have boosted foodbank stocks by donating unused produce from their canteens.
An Inverness church has seen a massive rise in viewer figures for its streamed Sunday services due to the coronavirus pandemic.
MSP David Stewart has expressed disappointment the Scottish Government does not seem to know which sections of the A82 have benefited from roadworks.
Two Highland beauties lit up the stage at a pageant attracting entries from across the UK.
People across the Highlands are urged to keep diaries of their daily experiences during the coronavirus pandemic for a future archive collection.
Highland Council’s freephone coronavirus helpline took more than 100 calls an hour on its first afternoon of operation.
The Blythswood charity has announced that all its charity shops will remain closed for the foreseeable future.