A police watchdog has highlighted lessons to be learned following an investigation into a firearms incident in the Highland capital.
The popular Black Isle Tattie Day will be back at North Kessock Village Hall on Saturday March 2.
Ross-shire visitors were amongst those coming together for a chat and entertainment at an inaugural community coffee morning in a shopping centre.
The life of the man who founded Highland mental health charity, Mikeysline, has been celebrated at a memorial event in Inverness.
A charity which helps bereaved children in the Highlands has received £1560 thanks to an epic performance by choral singers.
Amid towers of scaffolding and stacks of construction materials, work is gathering pace at the very heart of Inverness Castle.
Guidance teacher Sandra Patience will be among the models taking part in tomorrow's Catwalk for a Cause fundraiser for end-of-life care.
Motorists are being warned of various road closures in the Highlands following heavy rain.
After a 38-year career in the whisky industry, Graham Hutcheon is taking on a new challenge – chairman of Highland mental health charity, Mikeysline.
"We should never underestimate the ability to change lives by being there for others," says Highland councillor.
Strong winds could bring disruption to the Highlands during Wednesday.
Train passengers are being warned of delays on services between Inverness and Wickl this morning due to severe weather.
Train services in Scotland remain suspended this morning until the rail lines have been checked in the wake of Storm Jocelyn.
Several roads in the Highlands remain affected by fallen trees and debris following fierce winds as Storm Isha hit the UK last night.
Police Scotland has warned drivers to travel only if necessary after Storm Isha brought strong winds overnight.
Teams from Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) Distribution are working to restore power to customers in the north of Scotland.
Thousands of pupils across the Highlands will miss school today in the wake of Storm Isha.
No train services are running this morning in Scotland until rail lines have been inspected as Storm Isha hit the UK.
In a tranquil spot overlooking the Normandy coast lies the final resting of a young RAF gunner from Inverness who was killed in a wartime operation.
There will be no let up in the plan to complete the dualling of the A9, Scotland's Transport Secretary has vowed.