Two fire crews were earlier today dispatched to extinguish a bus that was reported to be ablaze in the Cradlehall area of Inverness.
A major step towards easing traffic congestion in Inverness could be implemented in the next year as Transport Scotland presses ahead with its East Link scheme.
An Inverness primary school now has its own magic bus for learning, nurturing and special projects thanks to a massive cross-community effort.
Police have confirmed that a woman who fell from a moving vehicle in Inverness was not a "victim of any criminality".
Calls have been made for greater community policing after a spate of vandalism in Inverness.
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 have performed a U-turn over the controversial naming of the building – and will now leave it in the hands of local schoolchildren.
Residents in the Cradlehall area of Inverness are being invited to have their say over a proposed new pharmacy in the area - but have been warned that time is fast running out.
A world-leading forensics expert previously involved in a search for Inverness mum Renee MacRae and her son Andrew last night welcomed the latest development in the mystery case.
An application has been lodged to establish a community pharmacy for the Inverness district of Cradlehall.
An Inverness councillor has condemned fly tipping in a quiet city neighbourhood after piles of waste were dumped on a community footpath.
A row of 100-year-old oak trees in Inverness which were threatened with the chop to make way for a new road are now on the brink of being saved.
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A young deer that became wedged in the bars of a metal fence was freed in a delicate rescue operation.
An elderly man who went missing in Inverness today has now been traced safe and well.