A Black Isle nurse who has battled to overcome family grief and personal illness for almost two years has embarked on the project of her dreams.
Residents in the Black Isle are to commemorate the bravery of hundreds of soldiers lost during conflict by drawing more than 450 images on a beach.
A Men’s Shed in the Black Isle is to open its door to the public for the first time this weekend.
Units from the Inverness fire station saved a Black Isle home after bringing a blaze under control in a 30-minute operation.
An ambulance was involved in a road traffic collision today with a van near to Munlochy on the Black Isle.
Campaigners on the Black Isle are aiming to raise awareness on road safety for horses and their riders.
Residents of a historic Black Isle town say that traffic congestion in their High Street is causing serious access problems for emergency vehicles.
A kind-hearted couple from the States are to bring a windfall for an animal rescue centre in the Highlands with the donation of a rare native American Indian pot.
North Black Isle residents were celebrating yesterday with news that Highland Council will fund a new junction at Crask.
The family of a teenage road crash victim have backed the fight to improve a Black Isle junction as councillors this week debate whether to allocate £250,000 to reroute it.
A community council has warned against “emptying” a pot of cash for a coastal erosion project - as it will stall other projects.
A church in the Highlands will host the world premiere of a new opera written by one of the UK’s most distinguished composers, thanks to an anonymous donation.
Pre-application proposals for two Black Isle housing developments were noted with minimal discussion at Highland Council’s north applications planning committee yesterday.
A lively German brass band is to tour churches across Scotland for the sixth time this summer, visiting a Black Isle church on Friday.
Online holiday accommodation giant AirBnB has been urged to issue “responsible tourism” advice for guests visiting the Highlands - particularly for drivers tackling narrow roads such as on the NC500 route.
Police have issued a further appeal for information about a fatal crash on the Tarvie to Garve road in the Highlands on Sunday June 24.
A male cyclist suffered serious injuries after being knocked down by a car on a Highland road earlier today.
He was known as the father of the modern day British Fire Service.
A Black Isle-based businessman is vying to be among the leading – and most northerly – cider makers in the country.
Black Isle residents were left without water after a mains burst near Tore in the middle of the night.
Police in the Highlands have confirmed that a body has been found following searches for missing teenager Silas Humphreys.
Police are anxious to trace a 16-year-old boy who is missing from the Black Isle.
Two Black Isle communities are set to benefit from big cash injections for local projects.
Drinks experts are predicting a bumper year for Scotland’s national drink as the industry enjoys a boom in Whisky tourism.
A young Black Isle woman who battled for three years to get a Lyme disease diagnosis is continuing her fight to raise awareness of the illness – and she plans to write a second book about it.
A motorist who was clocked by police travelling at 137mph on the notorious A9 between Inverness and Thurso was banned from driving for 18 months yesterday,
Students at a north college are part of a plan to bring tartan weaving back into the heart of the Highlands.
A Black Isle councillor has warned that “lives are at risk” for residents waiting on a grass verge by a busy dual carriageway each day for a connecting bus to Inverness.
Councillors defied their officials yesterday to approve a 40-bed care home in the Black Isle.
A Black Isle village is among the worst in Scotland for transport poverty, according to new research.
Salers cattle are growing in popularity with more and more farmers turning to the continental breed in search of easy-calving cows.
Bosses of a north bakery chain have offered a cash reward after one of its businesses was set alight deliberately.