New Year is a time for resolutions and we’ve decided to revive our HN Action campaign.
Staff at the Highlands’ flagship leisure centre breathed a sigh of relief after management backed down on a pre-Christmas plan to end furlough.
The announcement that the Nairnshire Telegraph has ceased publication after nearly 180 years was received with shock and sadness in the community.
A project aiming to capture the essence of the Highlands has recruited a graduate to delve into the region’s rich identity and story tradition.
People in the Highlands have been stumping up on average an extra £61 on Christmas shopping because of extortionate delivery charges.
A national fashion chain store has dealt Inverness another significant jobs blow by closing down permanently.
Rapid repairs to a flood-damaged footpath in Cromarty have earned the praise of two local councillors.
A Beauly jeweller has donated his time and expertise to a drive to buy new sensory toys for blind babies.
KIND-HEARTED kids at a village primary school above Loch Ness have been bringing Christmas joy to care home residents.
He has dealt fearlessly with the physical threat of strikers from Liam Boyce to Moussa Dembele.
If there is to be a crisis on Christmas Day, SSEN's Pam Harvey sincerely hopes it will be minor in nature – but is ready to spring into action.
Abby Henderson of Highland Home Carers loves her work and making the festivities memorable for those in her care adds to her job satisfaction.
Restaurant supervisor Kelly Taylor knows more than most about Christmas Day working.
An elderly couple stopped from seeing each other at an Inverness care home are to enjoy an emotional golden wedding anniversary reunion.
People in the Highlands are stumping up on average an extra £61 on Christmas shopping through extortionate delivery charges.
Former Inverness boss now at Ross County.
He will take charge at least until the end of the season.
Roy MacGregor looks to have man in place by Celtic game.
It might have been a complete wash-out, but instead it was a splash hit!
A brave Inverness granny who survived cancer is leading urgent calls for Scottish volunteers to help get life-saving research back on track.