TASTY treats at a Ross bakery have won plaudits after wowing pie-loving judges in a national competition.
A community market is on the hunt for a new organiser.
Dingwall Gaelic Choir members enjoyed a night of fellowship and entertainment celebrating Burns.
A new inspector has been appointed to oversee local policing teams in Easter Ross and Sutherland.
A FERRY operator’s move to add further support for Gaelic customers has been warmly welcomed by Bord na Gaidhlig in the Highlands.
TWO super strong Ross brothers will pit themselves against some of the best in the business when they contest Britain’s Strongest Man this weekend.
A bus fire on the Black Isle prompted an emergency response
RAIL passengers on the Kyle Line were facing disruption on Friday after a train fault sparked the cancellation of some services.
A Strathpeffer charity show by chart-topper KT Tunstall has sold out.
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Inverness Ice Centre welcomed 80 curlers from all over Scotland to celebrate Fochabers Curling Club’s 150th anniversary.
Munlochy’s Scotland rugby star Jade Konkel is looking forward to the challenge of this year’s Six Nations, which starts next month.
Defending Strathpuffer 24 champion Marty Ross said he is looking to win his second Strathpuffer crown in record-breaking fashion.
New Ross County defender Coll Donaldson believes he is a better player than the last time he played in the Premiership with Dundee United.
A place in the Cromarty Cup semi finals was up for grabs – but it took a sudden-death shoot-out to separate Ord Arms Hotel and Hen House.
Over 1000 cyclists are expected to compete at Torrachilty Forest.
With less than two months until the new shinty season starts, clubs are arranging friendly and challenge cup fixtures to prepare.
A late winner from Golspie Sutherland's Eoghann Davie dented St Duthus’ North Caledonian League title hopes in a five-goal thriller.
A walk through the woods at Loch Fleet gives Peter Evans an insight into the 19th-century Clearances, as well as some winter-visiting birdlife
Hannah Stephenson offers five time-saving tips for gardeners to help you down the line
WITH Mothercare closing all their UK stores last week, and the recent collapse of Thomas Cook, times are proving tough for retailers.
North-east travel writer Ron Smith discovers links to home at one of Japan's most important – and impressive – harbours
WANT to celebrate Burns Night but not sure where to go? Well, you're in the right place!
This week's picks include a top jazz saxophinist, the Banff World Film Festival's top 15 short films and The Freddie & Queen Experience
Show comes to Inverness and Aberdeen in April and May
The Ayr singer/songwriter brings her self-produced pop music to Mad Hatters on Friday.
The Glasgow psych-rock veterans have a night of Otter carnage planned.
Mollie Hughes will talk about her adventures that have seen her claim world records for climbing Everest and reaching the South Pole.
Writer talks about return to Spain – scene of his first teenage novel
Lyth Arts Centre has announced its programme of events through until July.
Margaret Chrystall's top 5 music moments plus look back