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Residents at an Easter Ross care home have been letting their hair down in lockdown – by getting tattoos.
A Dingwall farm machinery supplier is expanding its offering with a new range of tractors
Chairman, Innes Morgan from Thurso and vice chairman, Isaac Beckley from Glenurquhart said they were "ecstatic" about their new roles.
HC-One, which has homes in Inverness and Invergordon, responds to criticism from the GMB union over its plans to sell 10 of its Scottish properties.
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THE Northern Lights may make an appearance over Highland skies tonight.
Jason Issacs and MP Drew Hendry are urging people to get involved with the annual Great Daffodil Appeal.
Drivers are being warned that a city link road under the Kessock Bridge will be closed overnight from tomorrow evening.
GMB union reacts to news that care home operator HC-One, which has homes in Inverness and Invergordon, to sell 10 of its Scottish properties.
VANDALS are being sought by police in Alness.
To keep moving forward, there are steps all businesses can take to adapt to the new changes.
The SNP Westminster Leader warned that it is not possible to “cut your way to recovery”.
The Duchess of Sussex hailed a ‘comprehensive win’ in her privacy claim last month after a High Court judge granted her ‘summary judgment’.
The plan is likely to outline the sequence in which current lockdown restrictions will lift.
The Labour politician claimed the Tories ‘seem to have been focused on a strategy of extrication’ over support for businesses and jobs.
Lower league football still waiting for confirmation.
The Staggies will be wondering how they came away with nothing against St Mirren, after hitting the woodwork twice.
Ross County will be hoping to put some extra space between themselves and the bottom of the table as they face St Mirren in Paisley.
John Hughes looks to encourage new signing.
Staggies need to find consistency, says midfielder.
Organisers concerned for 2021.
Ross County won a brilliant three points against Celtic last weekend, but who stood out? That is discussed as well as a new manager at ICT and more.
Temporary means temporary for Neil McCann.
SOME of the finest young traditional musicians from the Highlands and Ireland perform with the genre’s A-list stars in a new TV series.
March gives us an excuse to raise a glass with St David’s Day, St Patrick’s Day and Mothers’ Day giving us three good reasons to be cheerful.
This week, Jamie Harris tries Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury, Little Nightmares II, Lumen and Blue Fire
Nicky Marr discusses the importance of us being allowed to holiday (safely) at home.
Try these tasty madeleines from Tasmania-based chef Analiese Gregory fresh out of the oven with a cup of tea.
The BBC Young Composer award is looking for entries from across the north-east.
ArtyNess: Liza Mulholland reflects on life since her last live performance in front of a real-life audience
The Battle of the Brits event to be held on December at the P&J Live arena brings together players including Andy and Jamie Murray.
ArtyNess: With things not quite going to plan, Barbara Henderson looks for the positives in the publishing world – and finds there are many
Page Break Productions based in Banchory is celebrating the completion of their latest short film entitled The Treasurer.
Controversial plans to change the way air traffic operations are handled in the Highlands will be put under the spotlight by BBC Alba series Eòrpa
Music teams working with top international brands will lead an exciting bootcamp for composers in the Highlands and Islands