St Duthus FC in Tain have announced a new under-16 team.
A bright light has faded in Dingwall with the death of Karen Morrison at the early age of 60, after a brave nine-year battle with cancer.
Among the collections stored at the Highland Archive Centre are documents associated with the history of the Highland Hospice.
'Enjoy the rest of winter for the season of warming dishes, hearty suppers and fluffy socks that it should be.'
Once someone is well enough to go home, staying longer in hospital can reduce their independence, says our columnist.
John Macdonald was a man of many parts – family man, crofter, railway worker, postie, musician, local historian, author and friend.
New Ross-shire Journal columnist Lucy Beattie from Wester Ross discusses the importance of local crofting amid global challenges.
Ben Gibson, mountain safety adviser at Mountaineering Scotland, encourages people who are planning to head to the hills this winter to think ahead
Reason for hope going into 2024...and is net zero bid really futile?
Not having Power of Attorney secured can create delays in accessing necessary services or being in hospital longer than required, says our columnist.
Ross Couper, who has lived in Cromarty for many years and has a family history in the town and wider area, spanning many generations.
The horoscopes for year ahead, by Patrick Arundell
This was a busy year for the Highland Archive Centre, with lots of researchers through the doors and lots of enquiries answered by the archive team.
Making Space for Nature by Imogen Furlong
The key – as with all things around the festive season – is to keep it simple, says Inverness-born Sarah Rankin.
Kevin Green recalls the stormy December night in 1959 when the ill-fated trawler George Robb went down off Duncansby Head
Byrne had a kindness and graciousness, a way of welcoming others, bringing them in, that I have not found elsewhere.
Leoni shares her story of both heartbreak, as well as how love and family time helped her deal with the major lifestyle change.
Businesses and individuals in the Highland tourism and events industry have received recognition at Scotland’s premier tourism and events awards.
The contribution of these volunteers has meant that they have become valued and key members of our workforce, says our columnist.