A number of the latest McLaren sports cars were in Ness Walk and the test day event was arranged by McLaren Glasgow.
Highland Council has said that it is up to each school whether or not to let pupils watch Euro 2020 matches during the tournament.
Research shows that almost half of Scots have found meeting up with others more overwhelming than expected.
Highland Council has adopted a devolved school management approach meaning individual head teachers get to make the decision.
Highland will go down from level two to level one Covid-19 restrictions from Saturday it has been confirmed.
The move follows a public consultation by Highland Council in February and March and the new regulations are due to last for the next 10 years.
It marked the 250th call and a birthday to remember for one volunteer crew member as they helped to locate an overdue kayaker.
Labour's Highland and Islands Labour MSP Rhoda Grant lodged a motion on the same day she took the oath in the chamber of the Scottish Parliament.
Recruitment for a depute chief executive is to begin following agreement today on a slimmer top tier in a revised senior management structure.
A new welfare guide has been published on Highland Council’s website to highlight the range of available financial support and guidance to residents.
Police investigating a fatal fire in Dores have confirmed that a body has been recovered – although formal identification is yet to take place.
Thurso endurance coach helps teams raise more than £4500 for charity after original plans had to be cancelled
Bruce MacGregor, who owns MacGregor's Bar in Academy Street, looks to expand into Sutherland with a second venue set to open in Golspie.
With the majority of businesses re-opening this week, Highland Council’s environmental health team will be undertaking visits across the region.
Travel and meeting restrictions eased from Friday with shops and hospitality businesses also able to reopen across Scotland from April 26.
Highland Council’s roads team was kept busy providing a daily gritting and winter ploughing service but the crews are now switching to road repairs.
The move will allow more businesses from the region to apply after extra funds were made available to support a wider range of firms.
List of candidates for the Caithness, Sutherland and Ross, Skye, Lochaber and Badenoch and Inverness and Nairn consituencies.
Farmers fear dog attacks on sheep this Easter at a critical time as peak lambing period is underway with ewes and lambs often grazing near footpaths.
Edward Mountain is calling on the Board of NHS Highland to urgently root out the continued presence of a bullying culture within the organisation.