Most legal restrictions to contain the spread of coronavirus will be lifted in Scotland from Monday, Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed.
The festival, scaled back because of the coronavirus pandemic, included a number of traditional events.
The multi-stage, 400km, ultra running event started in Fort William on Sunday and is scheduled to finish at Cape Wrath on August 8.
The Inverness venue confirms that it will reopen tomorrow after it was closed last week due to high proportion of staff having to self isolate.
Herbalist Anna Canning held a workshop at the Kyle Centre last month during which she demonstrated how to make beeswax balm.
Dornoch Festival Week is holding a number of outdoor events on Friday and Saturday.
Arriving on horseback certainly made bride Ellen Torrance the mane attraction at her big day.
This month the universal provision of free school meals for all children in P1-P3 will be extended to include P4 children in the county.
An application has been lodged with Highland Council to change the use of the shop premises, which are part of Tigh na Furan on Castle Street.
The striking new tartan is predominantly pink with hues of purple, green, blue and cream.
Further design details for the proposed multi-million pound visitor attraction at Inverness Castle will be submitted this week.
Inverness police have issued an appeal for witnesses following a knife-point robbery in a city shop.