Council officials have raised more than £6,000 for the Highland Hospice.
Ross County Football Club are preparing to launch a new digital match programme after acquiring the talents of some north students.
A health worker who battled two life changing illnesses is to trek across China in aid of sick children in the north.
A Highland resident is urging motorists to take a stand and report pot holes after finding one so big he had to stop and cordon it off himself.
A solo sailor stranded in Sutherland has been “overwhelmed” by the support of Sutherland residents as he launches a crowdfunding appeal to help him set sail for home.
A team of police officers yesterday hit the streets of a Caithness village as part of a review into the mysterious death of a local man.
Inverness Victorian Market busker shares ‘heartbreaking news’ Emily the Dalmatian has died following short illness
She was a near-permanent fixture in Inverness's Victorian Market with her busker owner.
A city café has reopened for business after a fears it would close for good.
A Highland cancer charity is preparing to take to the golf course to help achieve an ambitious £150,000 fundraising target.
Residents of a Highland village are rejoicing after Stagecoach announced plans for a 'new and improved' service, having been inundated with complaints from dissatisfied customers.
Highland bike riders are preparing to put their skills to the test as the legendary Strathpuffer 24 makes its return to Ross-shire.
Essential works to protect the iconic Glenfinnan Viaduct and the vital West Highland Line from landslips and rockfalls is underway.
A Highland mental health ward is preparing to re-open its doors to admissions after NHS officials took measures to combat its staffing crisis.
An Inverness beauty spot was left submerged as Storm Brendan left a trail of destruction in its wake.
Security was even tighter than usual at Fort George today as the gates had to be closed amidst high winds that continued to cause disruption to roads, ferry services and schools in the north.
A Highland village could welcome hundreds of new residents if plans for 140 affordable homes are approved.
Dozens of anglers made their way to the north over the weekend to mark the start of the new fishing season.
Residents of a small Lochaber community have braved the harsh winter conditions to celebrate the Old New Year.
Scheduled operations at Raigmore Hospital have been cancelled due to overwhelming demand for hospital beds.
Highland representatives have welcomed a significant boost to road safety in Inverness with work scheduled to commence on the installation of two controlled crossings on the A82.
A Highland dog groomer has helped care for rescued animals during a recent trip to Southeast Asia.
A road in the Western Isles has been closed by police tonight as harsh weather conditions sweep across the area.
The heartbroken family of a dementia sufferer are calling for a Highland care home to be shut down after their terrified mother was found lying face down on the road more than a mile away.
Inspectors have revealed the shocking conditions which forced them to seek the immediate closure of an Inverness care home - and to urgently rehome its 25 residents.
A north café has been saved from closure as High Life Highland (HLH) announce plans to take it under their wing.
Environmental health officers have been coordinating the disposal of a sperm whale after it washed ashore near Ardersier.
Organisers of the Inverness Music Festival have been flooded with entries for this year's event.
A new multi-million pound school campus in Inverness will be open for business by 2021 as contractors pledge to have it in working order by November.
The future of a north Men's Shed is hanging in the balance as it struggles to meet running costs.
A woman with multiple sclerosis (MS) is just £10,000 away from raising enough money to receive life-changing treatment in Russia.
A Highland student working in the Arctic has described adjusting to living in the dark for the last four months.
It’s a movement which began two decades ago, and more than 9,000 miles away.