Duncan Fraser and Sons Butcher on Queensgate has not said what the item was, but that it was lost by its owner on Saturday.
Two charities providing vital food are appealing for people in Inverness to help support the UK’s biggest food collection this Christmas.
A spokeswoman for the suicide prevention group said the new number will expand the service to make it easier for those in need to use.
THOUSANDS of children helped a Highland book festival blow its previous reading record out the water – some on the Black Isle taking to the beach.
Calling it a "difficult time for households", Councillor Margaret Davidson said services were in place for anyone needing help.
The air operator said it would fly a limited schedule at Christmas and New Year, but the service would not resume until late March.
The Highland Third Sector Interface (HTSI) are looking for volunteers for three different projects.
A mum who went through traumatic pain during labour has had part of her complaint against NHS Highland upheld.
Betting odds on the Loch Ness Monster being found have been slashed by Paddy Power after a dramatic sonar image triggered astonished response.
A WELL-KNOWN Inverness character has died, while visiting his friends in a funeral parlour.
NHS Highland's director of public health has made an appeal for people to immediately book a test if they are displaying any Covid–19 symptoms.
Portree was recognised as an Honorary Quidditch Town this morning in celebration of the new book, Quidditch Through The Ages Illustrated Edition.
A youth group in Tain says a funding boost from an offshore wind farm will help it carry out vital post-lockdown work with local people.
Highland Hospice is asking people to complete a 5k run, walk or cycle, donate £5 to the charity and then nominate five friends to do the same.
AN Alness dad–of–two badly injured in a bad car accident a number of years ago is campaigning for a safe crossing to his children's nursery.
Mikeysline has announced that it is now able to offer three further options for people to contact them using a text- based approach.
The vehicle, a white Ford, collided with the oil tanker on the Telford Street roundabout shortly before 11am.
A family who were told their mother had a brain tumour have complained after it was discovered that she had actually suffered a stroke.
A family begging for answers have issued a fresh appeal for help from the public.
The Highlands and Islands MSP has raised concerns about the negative impact lockdown restrictions have on the long term mental health of residents.