Ullapool Sea Savers bagged-up the final 71 bags of coffee pods to be recycled, as the highly-successful scheme comes to an end.
"My constituents feel that they have been abandoned by government and local authorities."
The Invergordon RNLI Lifeboat is hosting Brew with the Crew on Saturday March 2, in hopes of sharing what volunteering opportunities are available.
Recurring years of increased reports of dog attacks on sheep, has shown the urgent need for action to tackle this crisis.
Garage rent for council tenants will increase from £10.42 per week to £11.25 per week
"It feels like we're being told we don't deserve the opportunities that other people have." - Poppy Lewis-Ing, S6 pupil at Ullapool High School.
Dingwall yarn-bombing for different festivities has brightened up the High Street, and it has also raised cash for a worthy cause.
Iain Cumming (48) from Laide, is a Gaelic teacher who finds inspiration for his writing in the rich history, culture and landscape of the Highlands.
The local business plans to go ahead with their new hot food takeaway with a 20-seat dining area in the old fish shop.
Delighted trustees in the Black Isle town reckon the appointment is a game-changer for the attraction.
The celebrations have been overshadowed by the prospect of a massive grant cut, making similar initiatives less likely in the future.
The iconic paddle steamer will be offering a sailing from Ullapool and down Lochbroom, and along the west coast to Gairloch or Kyle of Lochalsh.
Makaton is a simple way of communicating which is based on signs and symbols and used alongside speech.
Can you show us a part of this beautiful county we've never seen before or a familiar landmark from an unusual viewpoint?
When the event took place late last December, huge turnouts were seen in the eight Ross-shire towns and villages visited.
Organisers of the acclaimed literary event have now released the hotly-anticipated line-up of guest writers.
Old college friends from the 1970s, Jimmy and Alan have taken on the 1200 mile journey from Land's End to John O'Groats'.
Parents determined to improve the lot of children denied educational opportunities have demanded an end to "buck passing".
A former guard at Buckingham Palace, the ever gallant Billy treated Hannah like a Queen for the day.
A Muir of Ord care home created and erupted a papier-mâché volcano, created in homage to Charles Darwin's birthday.