The local toilets in Fortrose and Rosemarkie are in danger of closing unless new trustees can be found to manage the charity that runs them.
Dundonnell Mountain Rescue Team has taken delivery of a new 4x4 pick-up to replace a 15-year old vehicle.
The operators of Munlochy Animal Aid have paid tribute to the supporters who have helped them get through “a terrible year”.
NHS Highland has been notified of seven cases of Covid-19 infection in residents of an independent care home in the Highlands.
A Highland lifeboat crew had back to back call-outs last night in multi-agency search and rescue operations.
People are being urged to celebrate Hogmanay in their own homes and to avoid gathering in groups to help curb Covid.
A Highland doctor believes the new form of lockdown which has angered many "is starting to look like a sensible decision".
Twelve coronavirus cases have been linked to a Highland pub which voluntarily closed last week.
CONTACT tracing is under way after it emerged a some people who have contracted coronavirus visited three pubs.
The Dingwall club hosted another successful event on Saturday providing a platform for small traders to sell direct to the public.
A total of 12 new coronavirus cases were recorded in the NHS Highland over the past 24 hours.
Beneath and above the surface of the sea, a group of environmental campaigners are doing their bit to safeguard a precious resource.
AN energetic photo of a beloved pet has captured the hearts of judges in a photo competition to showcase the spirit of a Highland town.
The name of a new Black Isle care home set to open in Fortrose in February has been revealed.
SEVENTEEN new Covid-19 cases have been recorded in the NHS Highland area over the past day.
The first group of front line NHS workers in the Highlands have received the vaccination for Covid-19 with a roll-out now planned.
FIFTEEN more people within the NHS Highland area have been diagnosed with Covid-19 in the past 24 hours.
INDEPENDENT businesswomen who went to school together on the Black Isle are toasting the success of a new joint venture – on a logo.
A silver-mounted caman owned by past president, Ken Thomson, will be used to preserve his memory.
Christmas trees grown on the Black Isle will feature amongst the festive fare being sold by a supermarket retailer this year.