Inverness residents have aired their concerns after dozens of mature trees were felled to make way for a new multi-million pound housing scheme.
Canopies removed from a north retail park after a shopper was injured by falling glass could be replaced within months.
Patrons of Inverness’s Castle Restaurant have spoken of their delight as the popular city centre eatery prepares to reopen for business.
A long-desired pharmacy for an Inverness community of around 3,000 people has finally been approved.
An Inverness councillor has expressed his disappointment after tonnes of rubble was dumped in a lay-by on the A9.
The ancient art of making shinty sticks – or camans – in Scotland is under threat of dying out.
Police in Inverness are investigating complaints of dozens of trees in the city’s Cradlehall area being deliberately poisoned.
Owners of a new Inverness care home are under fire for planning to name it Culloden House – despite it being miles from the historic battlefield.
Furious locals and councillors have blasted a housing developer for putting up a sales office for its controversial development near Culloden Moor without planning permission - and leaving it there after planning permission was refused.
Highland Council has lodged plans for a new nursery school building to be built next to Bunsgoil Ghaidhlig in Inverness.
Proposals for a 200-home development in the Druid Temple area of Inverness are in the pipeline.
An Inverness councillor has called for sheep to be re-introduced at Culloden Battlefield, in a bid to curb the abundance of overgrown shrubbery.