A popular live music venue in Inverness has postponed its planned reopening tonight until next week.
Highland Hospice is to receive a share of £1 million courtesy of Baillie Gifford – global specialists in asset management and investment trusts.
Pupils from Ullapool Primary School have been commended for their excellent efforts in a nationwide competition to design and grow a pocket garden.
A charity which supports vulnerable families is seeking volunteers to become befrienders to children and young people in the Highlands.
Ross County set for first game at home this season.
The body of a man found in woods in woodland has been formally identified.
A new pop-up eatery offering a taste of India has opened in the Eastgate Shopping Centre.
Vet Alison Laurie-Chalmers on a painful condition that can affect dog's paws.
A step challenge has been launched to raise funds to help protect Culloden Battlefield from the threat of commercial development.
Continued work to improve active travel routes in Inverness is part of a programme in the Highlands to tackle the climate and ecological emergency.
Newly-elected regional MSP Emma Roddick is calling for a change in the law to stop jealous killers getting away with murder.
A Black Isle man's idea for a farming system that will allow sustainable crops to be grown year round, has won top prize at UHI Business Competition
Plans for a development of flats at an entrance to Dingwall have been lodged with Highland Council.
Drugs and cash have been seized at locations in the Highlands as part of a UK-wide week of activity targeting organised crime gangs.
Three homes in the Highlands will come under the scrutiny of a trio of property experts in the popular BBC TV series, Scotland’s Home of the Year.
Plans to develop Scotland’s first integrated centre for young people with complex needs are set to receive £250,000 funding.
NHS Highland says it is aiming to offer all 40 to 49 year-olds a Covid vaccination by the end of May
More pitches for those who own their own caravans are being established at the Embo holiday park.
FOUR days of music and song from Scotland’s best folk musicians is the promise of the Virtual Fèis Rois Weekend.
The planned transformation of a landmark Highland castle into a tourist attraction celebrating the spirit of the region is up for approval.