Last call for comments on safety issues on A9 from North Kessock to Tore and Munlochy junction blackspot.
A Ross-shire community landmark has been given fresh lease of life as a book exchange.
A calendar created to support a popular Ross-shire animal shelter are set to appear on the walls of many animal lovers this year.
If you're feline festive and want to give your beloved pet a treat, one retailer with a Highland branch has a quirky offer in store...
People are being encouraged to step forward to full vacancies in a Ross-shire community council.
Businesses in Ross-shire can apply to a new fund to help encourage people to spend locally.
THE Scottish Fire and Rescue Service is changing how it recruits whole-time firefighters to further enhance the safety of communities.
The University of the Highlands and Islands has appointed Professor Todd Walker as its next principal and vice-chancellor.
CRAFTSPEOPLE and small businesses on the Black Isle are being invited to showcase their goods and services via a special online forum this weekend.
BIG-hearted pupils at a Black Isle primary have dealt a boost to their local lifeboat crew.
CALLS for a starter payment for people claiming universal credit (UC) have been backed by Highland Council's leader.
Primary school pupils in the Invergordon area went home for the holidays happy.
A Black Isle museum is on the lookout for a local history buff who has a way with words – but you better be quick!
Householders and businesses are being urged to take action this autumn to ensure water pipes on their property are protected ahead of winter.
Mobile coronavirus testing sessions are being made available for appointment at venues across the Highlands in the coming days.
A remembrance parade and service scheduled to take place in Fortrose on November 8 has been cancelled because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The British Heart Foundation hopes to entice people to choose at least one pre-loved gift from a charity shop this year.
Could YOU sum up 2020 with a decorated pumpkin?
From the loneliness of lockdown to the 'overwhelming' return to classrooms and continued uncertainty over the coronavirus crisis, 2020 has been tough.
NEW regulations being proposed for short-term let housing could have a devastating impact on Scotland’s rural communities.