A woman working to make sure Highland homes are being put to the best use is in the running for a national award in recognition of her achievements.
Highland MSP Emma Roddick visited the Inverness Justice Centre recently to hear about the introduction of “virtual courts” there.
What has readers putting pen to paper this week.
An exciting exhibition of textile works made by women in the Highlands is to go on show at Eden Court.
Readers share their views on what has been in the news.
Food and drink businesses in the Highlands interested in improving environmental performance by reducing food waste can join a new group.
The Inverness and Loch Ness heat of the Highland Shortbread Showdown takes place tomorrow, with the public tasting and voting for their favourite.
What has been provoking comment among readers this week?
What has been on the minds of readers this week
Highland Council has responded to worries that not enough housing is planned to meet future demand in the region.
Readers share their views on stories in the news.
Highland business leaders want councillors to ‘seize the opportunity’ of the Cromarty and Inverness Green Freeport to boost 'critical' infrastructure.
A plea for a public service and disbelief at council's big financial error.
Cru Hospitality and sister company Murray Travel have recognised top talent in their workforce at their annual team awards.
Green career opportunities are to be highlighted to young people across the region in a new, first of its kind event.
Gaelic in Strathnairn (Gàidhlig ann an Srath Naruinn) has been unveiled as part of a vibrant Seachdain na Gàidhlig (World Gaelic Week) programme.
Questions are mounting about whether public money should still be used to finance Inverness’s flagship city Hogmanay event.
What made our letters page this week.
Scaling back postal deliveries is not the way to improve services, a Highland business leader has said.
Wind turbines are described as unreliable, with horrific infrastructure.