Tain is gearing up for its festive community market following the success of last weekend's Halloween-themed affair which attracted 460 visitors.
COMMUNITIES across Ross-shire are showing the sacrifices of current and previous generations aren't being forgotten despite the impact of Covid-19.
A Black Isle community is becoming the latest in Ross-shire to offer a larder freely available to anyone who needs it.
An up-and-coming musician from the Black Isle is among the nominations for a top music award.
HIGHLAND police have appealed for help tracing a man last seen yesterday evening.
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.
POLICE have appealed for dashcam footage which could shed light on a fatal Wester Ross crash which claimed the life of a 75-year-old man yesterday.
PARENTS and carers of children at schools in Ross-shire are being urged to get clued up on a social media app following concerns flagged by police.
WESTER Ross environmental campaigners who have put their village on the global map got their sleeves rolled up again with another beach clean.
A TAIN art studio's winter show is set to begin next week.
Historic pub up for sale with a price tag of £695,000.
THERE were a few double takes at one of the spookiest times of the year in a Black Isle village this year.
A CLOSING down sale being staged by a major retailer in Dingwall may not be quite what it seems.
AMBITIOUS plans to gain free port status must be championed to the hilt to ensure Ross-shire's economy is not overly-reliant on tourism for jobs.
Highland Folk Museum welcomed 12,257 visitors after opening again at the end of July, operators High Life Highland revealed today.
AN iconic Ross-shire visitor attraction has temporarily closed because of the financial impact of Covid-19.
Production at Muir of Ord's SGL Carbon plant is expected to be back to normal by the end of this week after a “localised over-pressurisation event”.
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Firefighters in the north handled 144 calls from the public, attended 49 bonfires and suffered two attacks on crews yesterday.
AN Easter Ross school has created a slick new website with help from two former pupils.