A composite image showing the likeness of an unidentified woman whose body was found on a beach on the Black Isle has been released.
Highland Council has today widened eligibility and extended the deadline for businesses to apply for its Discretionary Business Grant scheme.
Debenhams has confirmed that it will not be reopening its Scottish stores, which will be closed permanently, with all employees made redundant.
In-school learning returns today across the Highlands as part of a phased return after the latest coronavirus lockdown.
This week Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced that there would be a phased return to school for pupils from Monday, February 22.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said a phased return could begin from Monday, February 22, subject to official confirmation.
Craig Maclean Leisure Centre, Badenoch Centre and Aviemore Community Centre will be used thanks to High Life Highland NHS Highland partnership.
Parents have been sent a letter from the council providing an update regarding the reopening of schools and early learning and childcare settings.
Caithness and Sutherland could be hit by further ice and snow tonight after the Met Office extended its yellow weather warning.
From Boxing Day the Highland Council area will be placed in a Level 4 Protection Area and the authority has issued advice for owners.
Prospect, which represents air traffic control staff in Hial, has announced that members are to take industrial action over remote towers plan.
The Scottish Government is reminding people that the relaxed coronavirus rules over Christmas should not mean people have to meet up indoors.
Officers have confirmed that a red kite which was found dead in the Ruthven area in October had been poisoned with a banned pesticide.
MSP David Stewart has been told that a patient had his confidential data was breached twice after the latest incident was made public yesterday.
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.
Artists’ impressions show how Inverness Castle can be a "sustainable, viable, must-see attraction that will celebrate the spirit of the Highlands".
Sarah Dunnett spent much of her 30th birthday completing a fitness challenge in aid of a mental health charity – while fuelled mainly by doughnuts.
Police in the Highlands and Islands have thanked the public for their co-operation, consent and compliance during the Covid-19 pandemic.
North MP Jamie Stone has written to Nicola Sturgeon and Boris Johnson to prevent the operator of a Sutherland caravan park opening for holidaymakers.
Latest figures show that police in the Highlands and Islands have made four arrests using emergency powers granted during the coronavirus lockdown.