AN eye-catching expression of young people’s belief in a safer, fairer and more sustainable planet has gone on show at Eden Court Theatre.
A FOOD larder has opened on the Black Isle in a bid to reduce food waste and provide for those who are struggling.
Highland Council aims to deal with the issue through enforcement and improved tourist infrastructure
A former soldier has praised the work of a sight loss charity that has been revamped.
Opposition is continuing to plans to build a new leisure destination.
Vandal Rising tells the 'uplifting and inspiring story' of Far North rapper Ebo McDowell.
The life of a remarkable woman has been remembered following her death at the age of 96.
A 'circuit-breaker' lockdown to tackle rising rates of coronavirus could herald the death knell for some businesses, it has been claimed.
A new team of specialist police officers has been set up in Inverness to help improve responses to calls from the public.
The creation of a specialist police call handling team in Inverness has been welcomed by the leader of Highland Council.
Money-spinning plans for a 500-berth marina between Inverness and Nairn would be unlikely to upset the area’s delicate eco-system - claim.
HIGHLAND Council’s pension fund has millions invested in one of the world’s biggest arms manufacturers.
The man, who has not been named, had complained that NHS Highland did not follow procedures when he wanted to move his mum to a care home in England.
Action to tackle bullying at NHS Highland will be a long-term initiative, health bosses have been told.
Two Highland women were in tandem as they crossed the finish line of a month-long challenge to each clock up 555 miles to help refugees.
THERE has been a big increase in the number of Scots cycling, according to new figures.
Friends from Liverpool are hiking across the Scottish mountains to raise funds for injured and wounded veterans, trekking 200 miles in a fortnight.
THE Inverness Music Festival will go online next year due to ongoing uncertainty over the Covid-19 pandemic.
THE pandemic's impact has left Highland Council with a further £11.25 million hole in its finances, amid “ever-increasing uncertainty” over revenues.
ORGANISERS of the Loch Ness Marathon are to hold a “virtual café” event celebrating everything that participants love about the iconic run.