It is a sister act that might be tough to follow.
They have a combined age of 292 and between them boast backgrounds in dance, writing and scallop diving - and even a department store Santa.
A 20-year-old homeless woman who admitted snatching two handbags in Inverness last February was sentenced to 130 hours of unpaid community work.
A woman from Shetland whose husband died suddenly from an undiagnosed heart problem aged just 29 has launched a campaign to look into holding heart screening events for young people in the isles.
They look very familiar - but just a bit smaller than their Forth and Clyde Canal counterparts.
He was a near-legendary figure who travelled the railways of the north composing tunes to entertain his fellow passengers.
Just three years ago, Rory Mair’s weight had dropped to little more than 8st and he was being fed through a tube.
Two wolf statues that were made redundant after the missing stone dogs they were created to replace turned up in storage have finally found a home - on Inverness’s newly-refurbished Town House.
He was an inspirational Gaelic singer and teacher who made it into the Scottish Traditional Music Hall of Fame.
A unique pine forest in Wester Ross will have its genetic code preserved forever in a UK first.
They suffered lightning strikes, camera outages and pine marten attacks during the last nesting season.
Ultra runner who set world records while fitting in feeds for her baby ready to appear at the Fort William Mountain Festival
She helped her specialist - and some might say slightly self-punishing - sport hit the headlines when she set a world record and achieved a first for a woman - all while fitting in regular feeds of her baby.
Argyll school creates 10 new bursaries to encourage west Highland and Western Isles children to attend
An Argyll boarding school has created 10 special bursaries to encourage West Highland and Western Isles children to attend.
Surprise weddings are one thing - but what about tying the knot on the other side of the world in the middle of a Shetland winter?
A scaffolder who injured a man when horseplay went wrong has been ordered to pay his victim £2,000.
An island community has come together to create their own “shock squad” to deliver and operate the village defibrillator.
New homes across the north are set to benefit from access to reliable ultrafast broadband.
A group of young people from Inverness have built on early success to make it to the next stage of an international Lego competition.
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland is encouraging people to donate money to a Highland residential home instead of buying her presents for her 60th birthday - which is today.
Arctic foxes May and Bard have been exploring their new home at the Highland Wildlife Park, near Kingussie, after arriving earlier this month.
A man flooded his own flat to make it uninhabitable because he wanted a move to a better property.
An accountancy graduate who became infatuated with a co-worker continuously sent her unwanted letters and parcels.
Two Wester Ross brothers who created a disturbance outside a friend's house will be sentenced next month.
An Inverness chef who damaged a neighbour's car with a sledgehammer in a drunken rage was jailed for 12 months yesterday.
A joiner avoided a prison sentence after admitting seriously injuring a workmate as he drove along a dual carriageway the wrong way.
A sprinkling of Hollywood glamour descended upon Inverness Film Festival last night.
A man and a woman were taken to the Gilbert Bain Hospital on Wednesday afternoon following a two vehicle collision on the A970 at the Cunningsburgh Cliffs, near the turn off to Sandwick.
A 50-year-old Lochinver man broke into his local shop and stole almost £3,000 worth of cigarettes and tobacco.
A north lifeboat station is celebrating its 25th anniversary - by reaching its 700th call-out.
A north scientist has plugged into virtual reality to help make a daunting hospital procedure less of an ordeal for children - and hit on an award-winning solution.
It is an iconic destination that brings visitors from all around the world.
When Charlie Davidson lost his camera in a raging Highland river during a New Year 2017 photography trip, he gave up hope of ever finding it - or the pictures he had painstakingly set up.