A third round of closed talks took place this week to try to find a new home for The Ironworks.
Young people have been getting 'in tune' with their creative side during an inspirational music event in Inverness.
The proposed plans for a 162-bed luxury hotel on the site where the Ironworks music venue is currently housed will be lodged by the end of the month, developers have said.
Bosses at the under-threat Ironworks have a new venue in their sights after "fantastically positive" crunch talks.
Highland residents have turned out to have their say as plans for a controversial multi-million pound hotel in Inverness went on display.
A multi-million hotel development in Inverness is set to bring up to 100,000 visitors a year to the north as campaigners warn closure of a popular music venue on the site would be a huge loss to the city’s music culture.
One of the north's most famous musicians has called for a new music venue in Inverness to replace the Ironworks.
A fresh petition to ensure the future of live music in the Highlands has been launched.
Desperate revellers have thrown their support behind two campaigns aimed at keeping the Ironworks music venue in Inverness open after criticising developers for “monopolising” the Highlands thriving tourist scene.
The venue has been the scene of much enjoyment for revellers over the years, with some top names performing since its opening in 2006.
Ocean Colour Scene (OCS) rekindle their special relationship with fans north of the border with their Summer in Scotland tour.
A rock festival described as the only one of its kind in the north of Scotland is to return to the summer schedule again this year after receiving rave reviews last year.
Primal Scream are coming to the north, the band confirmed today.
Crowds lined the streets yesterday to enjoy one of Dingwall’s most popular annual events, Beating the Retreat.
It’s no mystery as to why Toyah Willcox, who recently celebrated her 60th birthday, looks and sounds amazing.
A young rock band from Moray scooped the top prize in a major new battle of the bands event in Inverness last weekend.
The Happy Mondays have announced they will play in Inverness later this year.
Dougie Burns saw Bad Touch on their Shake a Leg Tour at the Ironworks, Inverness.
The last year has been a bit of a whirlwind for Highland-based band Elephant Sessions after their album, All We Have Now, was named Album of the Year in the BBC Scots Trad Music Awards last year.
Discussing everything from the delights of haggis to DIY, Susan Welsh discovers there’s much more to The Stranglers’ JJ Brunel than simply being a punk legend.
Legendary hip-hop DJ Grandmaster Flash will make his Ironworks debut this weekend.
Influential Scottish rockers Primal Scream have announced a show in Inverness.
KT Tunstall wowed the crowds at her gig at Ironworks in Inverness last night.
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Music lovers can look forward to a special warm up event ahead of this year's Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival.
Scots musician Midge Ure has announced he is kicking off his 2015 tour in Inverness.
Sharon Corr was formerly a member of The Corrs with her two sisters, Andrea and Caroline, and brother Jim. She releases her second solo album, The Same Sun, on September 16 and her tour includes Inverness and Aberdeen
Three cars have collided at a busy junction in the centre of Inverness.