A rescue effort is under way to free thousands of young salmon trapped in the Caledonian Canal after being spotted due to the coronavirus lockdown.
HIGHLAND Council has begun work to create safe active travel paths across Inverness during the Covid-19 lockdown and recovery periods.
Highland Council has now confirmed which Household Waste Recycling Centres (HWRC) will re-open from Monday.
An environmentalist is concerned about a large volume of trees being removed from the forests by the side of Loch Ness.
Pressure is mounting to stage a planning inquiry into a cheme at Loch Ness which could help the Highland economy recover from the Covid-19 crisis.
Highland Council says preparations are well underway for the reopening of recycling centres to the public from June 1.
An Inverness gardening project for vulnerable adults facing closure last year has been helping to reduce food miles during the coronavirus lockdown.
Transport groups want to talk to Highland Council about plans that could see evening pedestrianisation across Inverness city centre.
A business leader wants Highland Council to avoid making the city centre a “no-go area” for cars as it considers changes in response to coronavirus.
POLICE have urged dog walkers to show more responsibility when exercising during lockdown following incidents of sheep worrying.
People are being urged to engage in debate about the plans to transform Inverness roads in response to the public health crisis.
Scotland's active travel commissioner has praised Highland Council's response to an offer of funding for temporary walking and cycling routes.