The Highlands will remain in level one under Scotland's five-tier system for coronavirus restrictions
A call has been made for the Armed services to be called in to help deliver a coronavirus vaccine across the Highlands.
A major Highland music venue has volunteered to become a pilot site for live cultural events which comply with coronavirus regulations.
New initiative will provide local knowledge of the region and help improve responses to calls from the public
Theatre bosses have pulled plug on festive offering due to coronavirus
Children will have to wear face coverings in corridors, communal areas and school buses from next Monday
A Highland woman on a mission to scale the equivalent height of one of Scotland's best known mountains for charity has raised almost £400,000 so far
People in the Highlands are being invited to join in a UK-wide round of applause tonight to honour NHS staff working through the coronavirus outbreak.
Airports across the Highlands and Islands will close to scheduled flights from Sunday in order to maintain lifeline and essential services.
AN Inverness suicide prevention charity is temporarily closing its drop-in sessions after tonight due to the coronavirus pandemic.
People with an outpatient appointment at Raigmore Hospital are being advised it could be replaced by a telephone or video consultation or postponed.
Face-to-face teaching at the colleges and research institutions of the University of the Highlands and Islands is to be suspended from 5pm on Friday.
INVERNESS College UHI is closely monitoring the coronavirus outbreak in the UK and preparing for all eventualities.
A third ward at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness has reopened to admissions and visitors after being closed for more than two weeks due to norovirus.
A GIGANTIC skeleton washed up on an Aberdeenshire beach has prompted speculation over what it could be – including the suggestion it might be Nessie.
Further details for a proposed substation and upgraded power lines in a scenic glen by Tomatin will be unveiled later this month.
The company behind the RockNess festival is £1.2 million in the red.