Team Love Cheer are on a high as they enjoy a brand new gym as well as two incredible achievements.
Three promising young talents are to receive a fully funded year of musical theatre classes in conjunction with the Inverness Courier.
A group of 22 cyclists raised £20,500 by tackling the North Coast 500. The money will be used to support people with multiple sclerosis (MS).
A group of animal loving friends has completed a 24-hour paddle challenge for Munlochy Animal Aid.
We are back showcasing your pets in our paper this week with some lovely fluffy friends.
Reporter Imogen James chats about her experience at the Golf View Hotel and Spa in Nairn.
ASH Scotland is inviting community groups and small charities in Inverness to play a vital role in helping local residents to stop smoking.
A new £1.5 million fund is now open and Highland community groups are being encouraged to apply.
Thousands of people headed to the Black Isle Show last week to enjoy the return of the event.
Moy Country Fair returned for the first time since 2019 last week as people enjoyed agricultural and countryside highlights.
As temperatures are set to rise across Scotland, the RNLI are reminding people of the dangers of cold water.
A group of metal detectorists have raised a hearty sum for local charity Day1.
A charity is in need of volunteers to join their friendship and helpline teams to stop loneliness.
Maggie's Highland are preparing to host their one-of-a-kind fundraiser where supporters run an airport runway at midnight.
The owner of popular healthy drinks business, Juicy Ness, that was started in a garage in Inverness celebrates two milestones.
This week Pets Factor returns showcasing 10 of our readers pets.
After returning to the Inverness event scene with a string of popular concerts and events, LCC Live's director is excited about the future.
MSP Emma Roddick recently visited the Highland Riding for the Disable Association where they are building new facilities near Inverness.
After suffering a great loss, a talented youngster took his photography skills and put them to work, raising money for a charity that helped him.
The popular Moy Country Fair returned today after a two year hiatus and is back and better than ever with a new family focus.