Badgers are roaming the night-time streets in the Highland capital with one resident saying he was "chased" by one.
The annual summer exhibition and sale by Inverness Art Society was cancelled due to Covid-19.
More than £1 million has been set aside for ongoing fire safety works across council homes in the Highlands.
Festive cheer with three new Gaelic songs in memory of Inverness Gaelic PS pupil Keir MacGruer and in aid of The ARCHIE Foundation.
A man is appearing at Inverness Sheriff Court charged in connection with the death of a woman near Loch Ness.
A man (33) has been arrested in connection with the death of a 66-year-old woman in a glen near Loch Ness.
The Inverness branch of The Whisky Shop has launched a service covering the Highlands and Aberdeen-shire to help customers value their bottles.
A new 30mph speed limit has been imposed at the A9/A96 Raigmore Interchange in Highland capital following public concern for pedestrian safety.
It may be a national institution and a venue for early career performances by musicians such as The Proclaimers, Paulo Nutini and Amy Macdonald...
Colleagues find internal route to promotion at north accountancy firm.
A restaurant has closed temporarily after a mouse was spotted on the premises.
Man cut free by firefighters after car left Easter Ross road near the Cromarty Bridge on Tuesday night.
A popular Highland bar is set to begin a new chapter after being bought by a couple from the local restaurant trade.
Less privileged children will benefit thanks to kind nurses who had their celebration ball cancelled by Covid.
A Covid case has forced closure of a Highland school with pupils and teachers isolating.
Eden Court Theatre drama student urges the public to rally round the major arts and entertainment venue after Covid lockdown forced closure.
A row is brewing as a public consultation is launched on redrawing Highland Council wards including Inverness.
A new fitness club is set to open at the giant Inverness Shopping Park with staff currently being hired.
A record number of gritters available to patrol the trunk road network this winter to help keep Scotland moving.
Outside play and learning has always a big part of Teanassie Nursery near Beauly, but now they can make even more use of the outdoors in all weathers.