Councillors have been briefed by the man leading the Highland public health fight against Covid-19.
Changes to arrangements for school exams have been welcomed by the Highland education authority.
High Life Highland marked the occasion by sharing a link to a treasure trove of information about Miller contained on the Am Baile website.
AS coronavirus restrictions tighten, charity Children 1st is making sure that parents and carers can always get the support they need.
THE Institute of Directors in Scotland has announced the keynote speakers for its annual conference, which will be held virtually over 5-6 November.
A BLACK Isle hotel owner will close from Thursday next week for a period of 10 days following the latest coronavirus restrictions.
The co-founder of an Easter Ross gin company has decided to get back on his bike for charity.
A green-fingered Black Isle garden lover has won a unique accolade with a stunning picture of one of her roses.
Teenage entrepreneurs from the Black Isle hope to put themselves in the frame for a £100 kickstarter for their young enterprise project.
A remarkable feat of endurance by a Highland coastguard has been toasted by the lifesavers he stepped up to help.
A firm familiar to many in the Highland agricultural community has announced the appointment of three new sales development managers.
Highland police have issued an appeal for help tracing an Inverness man posted missing.
SIXTEEN new coronavirus cases have been logged in the NHS Highland area over the past 24 hours.
Muirburn – the controlled, cool burning of heather on Scotland’s moorlands – is becoming ever more important in the fight against wildfires.
An inspirational great-grandmother has been recognised for a remarkable fundraising effort during the lockdown.
There were eight new Covid-19 cases recorded in the NHS Highland area in the past 24 hours.
Country music fans from the Highlands and beyond converged on the Black Isle Showground for a drive-in show that allowed fans a fix of live music.
The first phase of a major restoration project at Cromarty Harbour is nearing completion.
Tulloch Homes has taken its 150 employees fully off furlough and brought back its local sub-contractors.
A notorious sign at the start of an iconic Highland route has been thrust back into the spotlight after over safety concerns.