MSP Emma Roddick was invited to talk to the HNC Social Sciences and NC Social Science level 6 classes at UHI Inverness.
Ross-shire visitors were amongst those coming together for a chat and entertainment at an inaugural community coffee morning in a shopping centre.
Dingwall has been chosen as a location for the three-week trial of a thermal pothole repairer.
People with occupations as diverse as composer, tea expert and research psychologist – and from as far away as the US – visited for four months.
What will help substantially improve staff shortages in Ross-shire and beyond?
16 members of a Ross-shire mountain rescue team responded to a late night alert after a walker was reported overdue from an expedition into the hills.
Defender desperate for Ross County to avoid relegation battle.
Edward Mountain warns expectant mothers could travelling 'to Aberdeen or even Perth if the situation at Raigmore isn’t sorted out.'
Police have confirmed that a teenage sister and brother reported missing from Inverness have now been traced.
The thrill of a Red Arrows' air display brightened up the days for many in Easter Ross this week.
£24.5 million of public sector support has been announced to secure Japanese company Sumitomo Electric Industries’ investment in a cable factory.
The life of the man who founded Highland mental health charity, Mikeysline, has been celebrated at a memorial event in Inverness.
British Transport Police has revealed the person's sex and age but he has not yet been named by the force. Investigations are continuing.
The B9176 Struie Road, which provides a vital link between Ross-shire and southern and central Sutherland, will temporarily close at High Bridge.
Highland Council is facing demands to clean up its act on dog-fouling – after catching just two offenders in the last three years.
"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.
Bottom of the table clash on Saturday.
Three Ross-shire film groups are set to screen a movie about the Palestinian diaspora, belonging, memory and friendship.
The annual dance contest is in aid of organisers and hosts Highland Hospice and Inverness Ice Centre.
Raymond Bremner says an extra £60 million would go ‘some way towards us being able to invest in important capital projects.’