Calls have been made for better access to mental health services after the numbers of suicides in the region last year were the highest on record.
Ambitious plans for a centre for young people with learning disabilities and complex needs in the Highlands have received a major £250,000 boost.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson could bring his Cabinet to Inverness next year to mark the centenary of a historic summit in the Highland capital.
More than 60 complaints of bullying at NHS Highland have been raised in the last two years, figures reveal.
Three pupils at a Highland primary school have tested positive for coronavirus.
A bold vision to pedestrianise part of the business centre of the Highland capital will be put to city leaders next week.
A service set up to support individuals who suffered bullying or harassment at NHS Highland has had a strong take-up, according to health bosses.
A Highland hospital radio team has celebrated 50 years on air with a special online gathering of past and present members.
Volunteer lifeboat crew members have paid poignant tribute to the crew of a Wellington bomber which plunged into Loch Ness almost 80 years ago.
A campaign has been launched to save a historic pub in the Highland capital as a music venue after it was put up for sale.
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.
Students in the Highlands are being encouraged to explore their local green areas in a bid to improve their mental and physical wellbeing.
Ownership of a care home hit by a coronavirus outbreak earlier this year formally transferred to NHS Highland today.
The short film will mark the spot where a Wellington bomber, carrying eight men, ditched into the ice-cold waters at 3.15pm on Hogmanay 1940.
NHS Highland chief executive Pam Dudek said the effort made by staff during the Covid-19 crisis 'cannot be underestimated'
Curator Jayne Austin said after careful consideration it has been decided to put the programme on hold for 2021.
NHS Highland chief executive Pam Dudek insists she took on the role to stay the course and lead the health board in the right direction,
A partnership between two charitable organisations is helping more people get out and about and improve their mental wellbeing.
A windows manufacturer is to create 10 new jobs this month to take staff numbers above pre-Covid 19 levels.