AN MSP has praised frontline healthcare workers after vaccinations in the NHS Highland area surpassed the 100,000 mark.
Another rise in Covid-19 cases has been reported at a rural care home hit by a mass outbreak of the virus late last month
Care home battling a mass outbreak of the Covid-19 virus has suffered more positive cases
Care home hit by a mass outbreak of Covid-19 cases has reported another 18 positive test results
A nursing home by Moy has been hit by a mass outbreak of Covid-19 cases
Farming families have chance to star in hit BBC documentary
A national fashion chain store has dealt Inverness another significant jobs blow by closing down permanently
Snow could arrive at village level in strath from tomorrow evening
It promises to go down as one of the great iconic moments in Scottish football history
Labour MSP is stepping up pressure on the Scottish Government to support football clubs hit by 'perfect storm' of Covid-19 pandemic
A charity wants outdoor enthusiasts to rally behind moves to create an international class climbing and adventure sports centre in Inverness.
Tributes have been pouring in for a well-loved former Highland League football figure who passed away suddenly in New Zealand last week.
A greater range of Highland NHS dental services will be available from next month – but patients are being warned to expect delays.
Pupils in the Highlands entitled to free school meals are set to receive food support in holiday periods through to Easter 2021.
UK police are launching a nation-wide campaign to protect road users from uninsured drivers.
The Tomatin nursery has been praised for high standards in day care in a report by the Care Inspectorate
Walker is convinced he captured the shadowy shape of Loch Ness Monster while hiking between Fort Augustus and Invermoriston
Highland Council has unveiled new branding for an initiative encouraging businesses to open their toilets for general public use.
Parents of pupils were alerted to the health scare this evening in an email message from Highland Council’s head of education
The Scottish Government has given the green light for hill walkers and climbers to return to the hills for the first time since lockdown began