Christmas trees grown on the Black Isle will feature amongst the festive fare being sold by a supermarket retailer this year.
New fees for residential caravan site licence applications have been approved by Highland Council’s communities and place committee.
A silver-mounted caman owned by past president, Ken Thomson, will be used to preserve his memory.
Communities across Ross-shire are being invited to stake a claim to a share of a £2.6m funding pot aimed at supporting coastal communities.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a fatal Easter Ross road accident.
An Easter Ross town has shared plans for a virtual Christmas lights switch-on next weekend.
A poignant Easter Ross tribute to a much-loved member of a running group looks set to become an annual event following its success last weekend.
A proposed community woodland for Dingwall has received a ringing endorsement from local residents – and there's still time to have a say.
Ross-shire’s entrepreneurs of the future got their first taste of doing business during a pandemic this month.
I have become interested in politics lately. It started with listening to podcasts while walking. I suspect it's an age thing.
A big-hearted group of pals from Ullapool set the wheels in motion for a quirky fundraising boost for Highland Hospice.
RESILIENT communities across Ross-shire are signalling a defiant determination to bounce back from the horrors of a year that no one saw coming.
A bid to link two prominent Ross-shire communities by a path paving the way for safe car-free commuting has been given a massive vote of confidence.
A COUPLE familiar to many in Wester Ross and beyond marked a milestone at the weekend when they celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary.
A Wester Ross community garden has received two new national awards for its work this year.
VOLUNTEERS have been honoured for their efforts running a community car scheme in Wester Ross.
A BLACK Isle village is adopting a do it yourself approach to Christmas decorations this year with locals invited to get involved.
STARTING a new business at one of the most uncertain periods in living memory isn't for the faint-hearted.
PLANS are already being laid for the next Christmas market to be hosted within Ross County Football Club’s stadium complex in Dingwall next month.
An Easter Ross cafe has announced its impending closure "for the next few months".