Glenurquhart Care Project was awarded funding after being shortlisted as one of three causes to benefit from £84,000 pot.
Highland musician has been left stunned after his debut album made it to the longlist of one of Scotland’s most prestigious music prizes.
The continued success of Harry Gow's is down to customer loyalty according to director Fraser Gow
The event was part of an MFR Cash for Kids inter-school fundraising challenge
Juliet Robinson is considering legal action after she was accused of bullying by the operators of her mother’s care home.
Parklands Care Homes has been named the best smaller care group and scooped the communication prize in this year’s national Care Home Awards
The £2.2 million investment over two years is intended to support education throughout the pandemic
Golf is fuelling a growth in business for one of the Highlands’ leading coach companies.
New outdoor maths kits aim to help inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers after being sent out to all Highland primary schools.
The search is on for an NHS superhero in the Highlands to receive a limited edition print of an iconic image by street artist Banksy.
WHEN the Comforts reopened the much-loved Castle Restaurant ravenous locals rushed to savour delights like steak pie and crinkle cut chips.
Delight at national championships heading to Inverness.
Police in the Highlands are launching a motorcycle safety campaign this weekend.
Three people are due to appear at Inverness Sheriff Court in connection with the supply of class A drugs in the city.
GREENS regional MSP John Finnie has called for wood board manufacturer Norbord to consider using rail more.
The outside of a house in Invergordon was damaged after a fire in wheelie bins spread to the property.
Traffic flow in Inverness fell dramatically in the run-up to the lockdown announcement on March 23, but has since shown modest increases.
An Inverness food bank is appealing for more donations as it gears up for greater demand.
Julie Wilson proves vital for Inverness Harriers in virtual road race.
With church congregations across Inverness unable to gather due to coronavirus restrictions, Easter this year will be very different.