IT was a case of 'now you see them, now you don't' for a Black Isle cake fairy at the weekend.
An Easter Ross outdoor market proved its worth at the weekend with many traders selling out of stock and locals flocking to show their support.
A Ross-shire business has flagged a vigilance call over fake £20 notes.
Tourist trade businesses in Ross-shire are being invited to share a glimpse of the post-Covid landscape at an FSB webinar.
An Easter Ross community group has benefited from a boost from Lodge Averon.
A Ross-shire designer whose sunflower masks have proved a huge hit with the public has been thanked for her "amazing" support of Highland Hospice.
AN artistic Ross-shire school leaver who wowed teachers with her “outstanding” talent has been honoured by a local art trust.
Small businesses and craftspeople on the Black Isle are being offered a helping hand during one of the most challenging periods in living memory.
BUSINESSES and householders across Ross-shire are being warned of "many more bleak months ahead" amid growing concerns about the coronavirus crisis.
DINGWALL and Highland Marts Ltd yesterday sold 5157 breeding and feeding sheep at the annual sale of N.C. Cheviot ewes and gimmers.
Highland Council wants public feedback on plans to make its housing in the countryside guidance clearer and more concise.
MSP Kate Forbes is getting ready to make her final submission to a consultation on the Munlochy junction.
THE offshore wind boom has helped blow in a healthy profit for the Port of Cromarty Firth, along with a best ever year in cruise boat visits.
The way shinty clubs can adapt to the challenges of Covid-19 and their role in the Highland way of life has come under the spotlight.
ROSS-SHIRE folk wondering how to mark Halloween and bonfire night during the coronavirus crisis were today urged to start thinking about Christmas.
A TIGER will soon be spotted in the Highlands – but there's no need for alarm.
A Black Isle film festival has become the latest in a long line of eagerly anticipated Ross-shire events to be hit by the coronavirus crisis.
An Easter Ross flat owner unsure whether they had left their cooker on when they went out got reassurance from firefighters.
MORE funding will be made available for businesses affected by the extension of temporary restrictions to slow the spread of coronavirus (Covid-19).
A headtorch – and a spare – should be essential items in every walker’s rucksack as British Summer Time comes to an end.