An Inverness chip shop has been voted the best in Scotland.
Come and enjoy our best-kept secret- that’s the message from a group running a wild green space at the heart of one of Inverness’s most deprived areas.
Inverness police have launched an appeal after a woman was assaulted and robbed in the Merkinch area of the city.
Police in Inverness have issued an appeal for assistance from the public following concerns about an incident in the Merkinch area.
Two community councils in the Highlands are urging community projects to get in touch as thousands pounds in grants remain available.
A 35-year-old man has been arrested following a disturbance involving three men in Inverness.
Police in Inverness are appealing for information following a high-value theft from a house in the Merkinch area of Inverness.
Community safety has emerged as a dominant concern for Merkinch folk, judging by a straw poll yesterday to gauge what the community wants from a new taskforce to improve the area's lot.
The north's most deprived communities have been promised their say in an ambitious project to tackle poverty.
Community leaders are hailing the unveiling of long-awaited plans for a major expansion and upgrade of an overcrowded and ageing Inverness school.
A major Inverness road has been reopened after police sealed it off to carry out an investigation. A cordon was put in place in Grant Street in Merkinch at around 10pm. Two police vans and a dog unit were at the scene. Police confirmed the road is now open again.
Scores of people failed to vote at the council election in Inverness because polling stations had moved, according to a winning candidate.
More than 90 cars were damaged in just one night on the streets of Inverness.
An iconic building that lay derelict for more than 20 years in one of the most poverty-stricken parts of the Highlands is fighting fit again after a £1.2million makeover.
Highland Council needs twice as much money as is currently available to bring Inverness's full-to-bursting schools up to scratch.
Romance is far from dead in one part of Inverness.
Motorists are being warned to watch their speed as a new 20mph speed limit is rolled out in an Inverness neighbourhood.
Education chiefs have been told youngsters in the most deprived pocket of the Highlands must no longer be "abandoned" to poor education facilities.
Nominations are being sought for election to three Highland community councils.
There are mixed emotions for a Highlander honoured today for her tireless work for people with learning disabilities - just days after losing her husband to cancer.
Police have carried out door-to-door inquiries in Inverness in a search for two robbers who struck in the city on Thursday morning.
A retired Inverness couple were left "traumatised" after a vehicle crashed into their garden in the middle of the night - the second time they have been hit in three months.
Police believe the laser pen which was aimed at a coastguard helicopter near Inverness as it returned from a rescue operation came from the city's Merkinch area.
Controversial plans to demolish and replace an Inverness community centre have been dropped following a campaign by concerned locals.
Highland Council is rushing proposals for a new community centre in one of its most deprived areas with no consideration for its most vulnerable people, it was claimed last night.
Police are keen to trace Natalia Michalowicz, who has been reported missing from her home in Inverness.
Plans have been unveiled for 60 new houses on the site of former social work offices in Inverness.
A man and a woman were injured after being robbed in Inverness last night.
Highland Council is to re-advertise a planning application for 38 flats in Inverness - deferred four years ago - to allow more time for public consultation.
Danny Alexander MP has welcomed funding of nearly £50,000 to help improve the health of unemployed people living in part of Inverness.
Merkinch charity For The Right Reasons has been awarded £49,888 from the People's Health Trust to help improve the health of unemployed people living there.
Business chiefs fear a Highland beauty spot will be hit by a plague of rats and gulls if plans for a new rubbish depot are backed by councillors.