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Robert Davidson set up Sandstone Press in 2002 and he has since worked closely with a number of authors to produce successful books.
Customers travel from across the Highlands and Islands to buy books from the Inverness branch of Waterstones.
A driver was fined £400 and had his licence endorsed after failing to observe the speed restriction on his vehicle on a stretch of Easter Ross road.
Directors of an Alness fish firm believe it is ideally positioned to manage the economic risks posed by coronavirus.
A cyclist is already contemplating another North Coast 500 record-breaking attempt after enduring heroic failure in atrocious conditions last weekend.
The first phase in restoration of a historic Ross-shire harbour is nearing completion at a cost of more than £750,000.
The cumulative number of coronavirus cases across the Highlands has risen to 557, according to figures published today.
A group of organisations is lobbying the Scottish Government over plans to tackle flytipping with a proposal for a long-term solution.
Highland Council is calling on the UK Government to help resolve the inequity of fuel poverty experienced in the region.
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In a game where neither side played their best football, Iain Vigurs' free kick proved to be the difference between Ross County and St Johnstone.
Sports reporter Andrew Henderson brings you live updates from Perth as Ross County visit St Johnstone in the Premiership.
It may be too early in the season to class a game as must-win, but Ross County will be very keen to take all three points from St Johnstone today.
Susan Campbell became Muir of Ord Golf Club’s ladies’ champion for the second time after a final hole thriller against Gayle Anderson.
Although the Camanachd Cup final will not be played as scheduled tomorrow, sponsors Tulloch Homes are still supporting the game’s governing body.
Graeme Carney was happy with Ross County Cricket Club’s performance last week, despite losing to Northern Counties by eight wickets on home turf.
Kirkhill golfer John Forbes successfully defended his title at the Muir of Ord Golf Club Championship after defeating Nathan Mackenzie.
Jordan Tillson insists Ross County’s spirit and morale remains buoyant despite a poor points return on positive performances in recent matches.
ArtyNess: Liza Mulholland heads to Canna and looks back at a key figure in Gaelic song and culture
John Davidson explores an off-road cycle from Inverness, taking in some easy forest trails and fun singletrack, thanks to a bit of copycat inspiration
As working from home has become the norm for so many of us, our garden needs are set to change.
It’s one of the UK’s most popular hiking spots. But the Duncombe Arms is proof you can still find calm corners to relax, says Sarah Marshall
Grated courgette forms the base of these delicious crispy fried fritters, inspired by traditional Turkish mücver fritters.
Aberdeen's Deborah Masson bags Bloody Scotland Debut Prize
The True North Music Festival will be staged online from Friday, September 25 to Sunday 27.
Single covers KT hit
Dates planned for October
Date set for return in 2021
Tickets go on general sale on Friday for the show will will take place in February 2022.
ArtyNess: Barbara Henderson discovers a hidden gem among the trees as book publishers vie for shelf space