CHEEKY learner drivers from across the UK are flouting lockdown rules and coming to the Highlands to take their tests.
New rules introduced yesterday mean adults must wear face coverings at all times in primary and secondary schools
Local businessmen Stephen Bruce and Chris Lewis are no strangers to working behind a counter
The one-off grants of up to £50,000 will be available to businesses in both sectors through the £11 million Covid-19 Contingency Fund.
The building's cinema and new look Bistro-style Café and Bar will finally be able to open their doors to visitors.
JetsGo Holidays has announced its summer 2021 holiday programme from Inverness Airport to the sunshine island
A small protest by Unison union members was held outside Raigmore Hospital
M&S has announced plans to cut 7000 jobs over the next three months across branches and management roles
Project will transform the site into a major new visitor attraction and include the creation of a one storey building to link the two towers.
Famous high street name, which has branches in Inverness railway station and airport, is considering plans to cut 1500 jobs
Many places in the strath and around Highlands are taking part in the scheme, with money off food and drink
The annual event, which also features the junior choir of Central Primary School, has been postponed until next year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Working from home could become the new norm as fuel sales at filling stations across the UK are down by almost a quarter during lockdown.
The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland, runs Kincraig's Highland Wildlife Park, has announced the return of After Hours events.
Scottish Forestry is making cash available to tree nurseries, small forestry businesses and farmers.
As businesses across the Highlands start to reopen, people are urged to keep following the rules to continue suppressing the spread of Covid-19.
The Haven has been given a £1.1 million grant from the Big Lottery Community Fund hot on the heels of receiving planning permission for the centre.
The event, which has been going for more than 60 years, was cancelled in March because of the coronavirus pandemic.
As part of the next stage in easing Covid-19 lockdown restrictions the market will reopen its doors for the first time in almost four months.
Andrew McCornick thanked them for their support for Scottish farmers, growers and crofters during coronavirus pandemic.