Last year Mick Cullen trecked from John O'Groats to Lands End for charity.
Pubs and bars in Inverness were finally able to serve alcohol indoors today with the easing of the recent Covid-19 lockdown restrictions.
Bill McAllister on how a group of Jacobite fighters were transported halfway around the world after they proved too trusting.
“I give thanks for God’s gift of the journey”
Dr Katie Walter from Cairn Medical Practice was recognised in the awards for her campaigns and advocacy for improved walking across the Highlands.
One of the world’s smallest post offices, located near the shores of Loch Ness, has closed following the death of its popular postmistress.
It was good to get back to meeting up, organisers said.
The lights will be switched back on at a significant cultural development in Inverness this year with the help of a crowdfunding campaign.
Scott Dunn worked in The Whisky Shop for more than 20 years.
It follows winter work which included replacing lock gates on the Caledonian Canal which runs from Inverness in the east to Corpach in the west.
A huge amount of rubbish has been removed from the countryside thanks to a volunteer group.
Four scooter enthusiasts are touring the Highlands on vehicles with a combined age of 160 years as part of the fundraising challenge.