It is the focal point of any community Christmas.
One of Ardersier’s best-loved community spaces has had a facelift thanks to community efforts.
Our series of summer podcasts around the Highlands with local government reporter Susy Macaulay continues in Ardersier.
Property developer Springfield Properties has submitted plans for two new developments in the Ardersier area, which could see a staggering 133 new homes brought to the coastal village.
An Ardersier man who downloaded three videos and eight still indecent images of children will be sentenced next month.
Police in Inverness are appealing for help from the public after a public playpark was vandalised in Ardersier.
Scotland’s childcare minister is urging career changers to consider a future in childcare as part of a new recruitment scheme being rolled out across the country.
A schoolboy from Ardersier has been described as a ‘kind-hearted little boy’ after raising more than £1,400 for an Inverness tot.
A seven-year-old Nairn boy will spend his Easter Holiday going the extra mile to raise money for an Inverness tot.
A hungry cat was almost cut in half after being trapped for weeks in a homemade snare in Ardersier.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a collision with a car left a cyclist seriously injured near Ardersier at the weekend.
A north man had a lucky escape yesterday after a van fell on top of him – and he was rescued by his gym-going neighbour.
Scottish Water has been forced to alter its plans for a controversial sewer upgrade which sparked a wave of protests from Highland residents and Dame Helen Mirren.
Organisers have expressed optimism about the long-term future of the Highlands’ leading military event after it played to packed houses at the weekend.
A Highland councillor is calling on parents to play safe and keep their children at home if they feel unwell.
A virus has swept through a Highland school affecting pupils and staff.
Thousands of people took a step back in time over the weekend at the first ‘Amazing Age’ extravaganza.
The latest phase of a controversial sewage pipeline project in a Highland village has been completed.
Police are considering a complaint that a Highland Council election candidate adopted a new surname to feature more prominently on ballot papers.
The battle to save the 250-year-old Fort George garrison from the axe has been re-ignited at Holyrood.
Scottish Water has been forced to wait for permission to lay a controversial sewage pipeline through woodland near Ardersier.
Angry residents of a Highland village squared up to a chainsaw squad yesterday as the latest phase of work on a waste water treatment plant got under way.
A main road through a Highland village is to close for more than three months to allow access for a controversial pipeline upgrade.
Campaigners look to Highland councillors in their battle against Scottish Water’s plant upgrade plans
Campaigners took a sewage protest to Highland councillors yesterday urging them to halt Scottish Water's upgrade of its Ardersier plant and try alternative technology.
Controversial plans to upgrade a Highland sewage plant have reached a milestone with roadworks beginning to accommodate construction traffic.
Campaigners are taking legal action in an effort to halt a major upgrade of a Highland sewage plant.
The first stage of the controversial upgrade of a Highland village's sewage works is underway.
A teenage driver who drove at almost twice the legal speed limit on the A96 Inverness to Nairn road was fined £500 and banned from the road for six months yesterday.
A community's war with Scottish Water has intensified amid claims a planned route to a sewage works is too narrow for heavy trucks.
A huge former Highland fabrication yard has been sold in a £5million deal.
Culloden and Ardersier will learn today who will succeed Labour's John Ford as the ward's latest Highland councillor.
The future of Fort George barracks and a furious stink over a local sewage works expansion have dominated the discussion in the run-up to Thursday's Culloden and Ardersier council by-election.