Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Craig Middleton, founder of north beer-maker Cromarty Brewing Company.
Black Isle man says hunt to find cure for Huntington’s disease a ‘privilege’ after taking him ‘from a real place of darkness’
A north man is one of only nine Scots picked for a clinical trial aimed at slowing down the devastating effects of Huntington’s disease.
A support group set up by a Black Isle couple in memory of their son is going from strength to strength.
A fatal accident inquiry will be held into a Black Isle bus crash.
Campaigners in a north community are mobilising to stop telecoms giant O2 from placing a huge mast in a residential street in the heart of their village.
Police have named the teenager killed in a three-vehicle crash on the Black Isle.
A teenage boy has died following a three-vehicle crash on the Black Isle, police have confirmed.
A large stretch of coastal defences has collapsed on one of the Black Isle’s most popular beaches sparking a row about who has responsibility for their maintenance.
The opening of the Kessock Bridge in 1982 became a bit of a game changer for more than one reason.
Delighted villagers have celebrated the official opening of a new junction which they believe will save lives.
Programme for 13th Cromarty Film Festival announced with special airing of Greenpeace documentary on rig occupation
The programme for the 13th annual Cromarty Film Festival has been announced - including a documentary about the Greenpeace oil rig occupation.
Police have issued a witness appeal following a serious crash on the A9.
A Black Isle community council has challenged residents to come forward for election - or the current community councillors will not stand again.
A pair of primary school sweethearts will tie the knot today – 55 years after being separated as 10-year-olds.
Residents of a Black Isle village say they fear losing their morning commuter bus into Inverness because their village is "too rich".
Black Isles residents, businesses and organisations turned out to celebrate their community in their 6th biennial gathering at the weekend.
Cyclist suffered severe brain injury and multiple fractures in collision with van on Black Isle road
A cyclist suffered a severe brain injury and multiple fractures when he was run down by a van driver on a Black Isle road.
Archaeologist describes ‘eureka’ moment as skeleton found on Black Isle dating back to Pictish times
A skeleton discovered during a Highland excavation dates back to Pictish times, archaeologists have revealed.
The woman killed in the two-vehicle crash on the Black Isle at the weekend has been named by police.
A serious accident in the Black Isle will see the road closed for a number of hours.
Drivers have been asked to use an alternative route on a busy Highland road after a three vehicle collision.
Some of the finest examples of classic cars in the north will be on show once again this weekend at the annual Fortrose and Rosemarkie Classic Rally.
Inverness-based wood panel manufacturer Norbord has assisted in the creation of an innovative weavers' display.
A Black Isle town took a dive back through the centuries to recreate its traditional burgh fair.
Police in the Black Isle have launched an appeal for information after a teenage boy was assaulted.
Police are appealing for information after a teenage boy was assaulted on the Black Isle.
A daredevil minister is taking a leap of faith and carrying out a SAS-style freefall off the Forth Bridge next month.
A student nurse from Inverness is helping to raise awareness of Motor Neurone Disease (MND) after becoming the youngest sufferer in the Highlands.
Black Isle residents will next week have a chance to look at proposals to turn the former Black Isle Wildlife Park at Drumsmittal, North Kessock into a holiday park.
A 54-year-old woman was so drunk she brought her car to a halt on the Black Isle and blocked two lanes of the road.
A north animal sanctuary's resident pig is lonely no more - after finding a pair of pals to keep her perky.
Tore and Munlochy primary school children have been preparing for the future by designing and building electric powered cars.