The latest prices from sales at Dingwall and Highland Marts.
ROSS-SHIRE's largest secondary school is pulling out the stops to support local businesses hit by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Parklands care home set to open in Fortrose announces one to one meetings for interested parties.
YOUNG Gaelic speakers with a passion for the environment are being challenged to hit the right note with organisers of a new songwriting competition.
Maryburgh Amenities Centre has announced that it is re-opening for limited bookings allowed under the current Scottish Government restrictions.
A national photography competition is set to encourage young people and their families to get close to nature this winter.
THE efforts of High Life Highland staff during the coronavirus crisis have been acknowledged today by a local MP.
SUPERMARKET shoppers in Ross-shire are being urged to donate to the UK’s biggest food collection this week to help counter Covid-19.
POLICE have appealed for help tracing a man posted missing.
A CRAG-FAST walker who endured a five-hour ordeal on a Wester Ross peak has a local mountain rescue to team to thank for guiding him to safety.
A housing boom in Easter Ross, tributes to an Applecross doctor who walked up to 30 miles a day and a Black Isle tragedy.
AN Easter Ross running group dedicated a 24-hour virtual relay run to a much-loved member whose death shocked the community.
Big-hearted siblings are putting in the miles to raise awareness of a cruel disease which has devastated their family.
THE gradual appearance of festive lights sparkling across Dingwall is set to symbolise the county town’s resilient response to the coronavirus crisis.
THE restrictions enforced on many by the coronavirus crisis have prompted the resurgence of an old Highland tradition – storytelling.
A COUPLE who have helped change for the better the lives of hundreds of young people down the years marked a major milestone last week.
A SUPERMARKET retailer with a presence in Ross-shire aims to catch the ad break attention of I'm a Celebrity viewers tonight with a cheeky campaign.
HIGHLAND residents are being asked to guard against complacency and work together to ensure the region continues to enjoy fewer Covid-19 restrictions.
Digital devices – Chromebooks and iPads – will help hundreds of disadvantaged people across the Highlands overcome isolation and access support.
THE plight of a red squirrel apparently clipped by a car on a road near Ullapool has prompted an appeal to motorists to slow down.