A Black Isle primary is hoping to get its pupils back in the saddle next school academic year – with a little help from volunteers.
A secondary school is asking pupils to check if they have any sports kit at home needing returned.
One of the biggest changes in educational provision in generations is open to public consultation in Tain as virtual events planned.
The publication celebrates the cultural and natural heritage of the Highland capital.
Tributes have been paid to an "adored son" who was found dead in student residences on a Highland campus.
Members of the public will have the chance to view and comment on proposals for Tain's planned new learning campus.
Pupils at a Ross-shire primary school got a valuable lesson in the ups and downs involved with being a Scotland fan yesterday.
Dr Shirley Moore made a complaint to the Scottishh Public Service Ombudsman (SPSO).
Pupils at an Easter Ross school have handed a welcome boost to a local youth project.
THE go-ahead for a 32-home development in Munlochy has been given amid concerns about traffic impact and school roll pressures.
Highland Council has said that it is up to each school whether or not to let pupils watch Euro 2020 matches during the tournament.
Ross-shire’s newest MSP has acknowledged the “exceptional” efforts of a college in responding to the coronavirus crisis.