Care inspectors have ordered a Highland care home to make a series of improvements - including providing adequate heating at night - but also praised the care and compassion provided to residents.
In challenging conditions, 14 coastal rowing clubs took to the Cromarty Firth in St Ayles skiffs on Saturday to compete in two championships.
Highland councillors have given the seal of approval to four community asset transfers across the region.
Cake-loving cat found 60 miles away from home after sneaking into stranger’s house for slice of lemon drizzle
A sweet-toothed cat has been returned to its owner after being found scoffing lemon drizzle cake in a house 58 miles away from home.
A Highland beauty spot has taken centre stage as the backdrop for a television art competition.
Crime novelist Ian Rankin yesterday helped Cromarty celebrate the delivery of two brand new trikes that will enable elderly and frail members of the community to get out and about.
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Police broke up a rowdy teenage beach party in Rosemarkie at the weekend.
A budget of more than £2.7m has been agreed for Ross and Cromarty’s road maintenance programme for 2019/20.
Tributes continued to pour in for a bus driver who died in a crash on the Black Isle as he was last night officially named by police as 50-year-old Mohamed Chache from Inverness.
A bus driver killed in a crash has been described as a popular man with such a warm nature he was known as "Smiler".
A popular bus driver has died after his vehicle crashed into a bridge in the Highlands and landed on its side last night.
A Black Isle film society is one step closer to beginning construction of its very own purpose-built cinema.
A 41-year-old man was sent back to prison to complete a three-year jail sentence imposed in 2016 for trying to build his own firearm.
A woman born just days before the end of the First World War celebrated her 100th birthday, putting her longevity down to “not eating porridge” and “keeping busy”.
Highland police have dealt with 33 drivers in relation to various road traffic offences during the first week of new road safety initiative Operation CEDAR (Challenge Educate Detect and Reduce).
Cromarty has received the seal of approval for a purpose-built cinema and business hub.
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.
An investigation has begun after a double decker bus went into a ditch on a Highland road yesterday leaving a male passenger injured.
Detailed plans for a long-awaited cinema in Cromarty on the Black Isle have been unveiled.
Crime novelist Ian Rankin has backed proposals to create a permanent cinema in the village of Cromarty.
Police are appealing for information after four tyres were stolen from a car parked in the Cromarty area.
A north councillor has condemned the “ridiculous situation” that will leave patients having to travel between villages for consultations and prescriptions due to a lack of GPs.
A major restoration of an historic Black Isle harbour has been permission to go ahead.
They are a gang of 14 who meet every month in a quiet corner of the Black Isle and paint to their heart's content.
Cromarty's secret gardens and the town's celebrated flower festival will form part of events held around the country next month to commemorate a popular MP who was killed last year.
A magnificent sculpture of a unicorn in Cromarty features a list of locations being highlighted to celebrate National Unicorn Day.
It's known for providing a shop window for young Scottish musicians - and now Belladrum has set up its own record label to promote them.
Campaigners opposed to ship-to-ship oil transfers in the dolphin-friendly waters of the Cromarty Firth warned MSPs yesterday of "a disaster waiting to happen."
Another nationalist politician has demanded more public consultation on controversial plans for ship-to-ship oil transfers in the dolphin-friendly Moray Firth.
A dance music record label which was started in a Black Isle man's bedroom is now poised to become one of the biggest of its kind in the world.
A Black Isle community will host a summit of archaeologists next month to consider one of the "most significant" Scottish medieval excavations.