A reader asked me to tackle the question: ‘Why God hasn’t intervened in the pandemic?’
It’s the story of a boy and his dad coping with their loss of Anne, mum and wife.
Archive records and photos shed fascinating light on life on St Kilda and the 1930 evacuation.
I’m looking forward to seeing Jessie and the Elf Boy, a family feature film produced in Scotland which is released online later this month.
Delivering mental health care has been more challenging than ever during the pandemic, with additional strain on resources, workforce and morale.
John Dempster says something spiritual might be the key to an easier life.
His reading of irate comments on Facebook about active travel in Inverness set John Dempster thinking.
Dr Tim Allison says the most recent figures bear out the warning that Covid has not gone away.
Kenneth Campbell, from Harper Macleod, looks at the often contentious issue of who foots the bills for repairs to a leased property.
Councillors have given the green light to an ambitious planning proposal at a former fabrication yard at Ardersier.
There are about 90,000 people in Scotland living with dementia and this is set to rise with an ageing population.
My friend Aileen swam the breadth of Loch Ness recently – a 2.1km distance covered in one hour 19 minutes.
In a year when Covid has brought new challenges to many communities, SSE Renewables has stepped in to help with its biggest ever community donation.
We have recently seen an ending of many of the Covid rules we have been living with for so long now – but the virus is still around.
Archives held by High Life Highland shed light on some of Ross-shire's most colourful characters.
Pancake was a lovely two-year-old lion-head rabbit whose owner called in some distress.
"Come together to do something lovely... sing, pray, be vulnerable but also engage in the activism which speaks truth to power”
John Dempster with a host of positive news.
Nicole Sinclair on how the pandemic has forced a radical shift in working patterns, as employers across the globe seek new ways to survive.
Calum MacLeod is a Partner in the Rural Economy team at Harper Macleod and one of only two Accredited Specialists in Crofting Law in Scotland.