Hundreds lined the streets of Inverness tonight as a torchlight procession along Stephens Brae marked the beginning of the city’s annual Christmas light switch-on event.
Inverness Provost Helen Carmichael
The Christmas countdown in the Highland capital officially gets under way this Sunday as Santa blows in to help provost Helen Carmichael turn on the festive lights in Inverness city centre.
Visitors flock from all over to celebrate former school teacher’s 100th birthday at Kingsmills Care Home
Friends and family gathered today to celebrate the 100th birthday of Anjey Hall.
Highland knitters have given Inverness Town House a new lease of life after creating a replica of the historic structure ahead of the return of a popular knitting festival.
Traffic in Inverness was brought to a standstill as hundreds of shoppers got their first glimpse of the north's newest superstore.
The Russian Consul General yesterday visited Inverness and encouraged local businesses to step up and begin trading directly with Russia, building upon historic relations between the two nations.
Visitors to one of the most popular tourist destinations in Inverness have increased by more than 5% as it marks its second year.
Highland Council to host civic reception in celebration of 25th anniversary of Inverness Caledonian Thistle’s formation
The 25th anniversary of Inverness Caledonian Football Club takes place this year, with celebrations aplenty throughout the year including a civic reception at the newly refurbished Town House in Inverness.
A creative hub at the heart of the city is opening its doors to enthusiastic artists following a £2.2million transformation of its 18th century home.
A blaze-hit former Inverness hostel left standing as an eyesore for years without any work being done will finally be demolished.
Dozens of anglers gathered on the banks of the River Ness yesterday to raise a toast to the start of the new season.
To coincide with the Snowman Rally taking place next Saturday, the Highland Council has announced that the Inverness Town House will be open to the public, allowing interested parties the opportunity to see first-hand the transformation of the A listed building.
A strategy to revitalise signs, maps and other devices that communicate information to visitors and residents in Inverness has been approved.
A 20,000 strong crowd lined the banks of the River Ness last night to watch the city’s fireworks display go with a bang.
Provost Helen Carmichael has opened the doors to more than a dozen new homes as part of the transformation of one of the city’s landmark areas.
A popular tourist attraction in Inverness is reaching new heights after welcoming 50,000 visitors in less than two years.
Inverness residents will see improved weekend gritting this coming winter.
A bumper crowd of over 9,000 people turned up at Bught Park on Saturday to take in the City of Inverness Highland Games.
A plaque designed by a north youngster has been installed on the River Ness.
The second phase of a green-belt park in the Highlands Capital was officially opened yesterday – 11 years after planning permission for the development was granted.
A mysterious bequest to Inverness of more than £13,000 which will be passed to the city’s Common Good Fund.
Highlanders are being invited to join members of the Highland Council for a flag raising ceremony in commemoration of Commonwealth Day.
The public has been offered their first glimpse at the newly-renovated Inverness Town House after its £4.2 million transformation - and given it an overwhelming thumbs up.
Two historic dog sculptures which disappeared more than 40 years ago have been returned to the revamped Inverness Town House just hours before its public unveiling.
Highland Council's chief executive has been asked to intervene in a bitter row over the axing of the controversial "tilting pier" project in Inverness.