There was never any danger of Archie MacEachern feeling indifferent about lighthouses - he was born in one and spent the rest of his life helping those in peril on the sea.
A serious accident in the Black Isle will see the road closed for a number of hours.
A Black Isle town took a dive back through the centuries to recreate its traditional burgh fair.
The wife of a north haemophiliac given infected blood says their lives have been "devastated" through a lack of recognition of the condition by the government.
An Inverness man who stabbed his father during a long-running family dispute over his late mother’s money has been jailed for two years.
A "family man" was killed after the car he was working on fell on him, crushing him as he lay underneath carrying out work.
A gold ring made in the 1600s is to go on display in the Highlands as part of an exhibition showcasing the relics discovered across the Black Isle.
Construction work on a new care home facility in Fortrose is due to get under way next month.
A group of residents has begun to take steps to save toilets in two Black Isle villages.
Highland councillors yesterday granted planning in principle to a development of 12 houses in Fortrose, despite local concerns about ever-increasing traffic pressure in the town.
The A832 between Avoch and Fortrose is closed following a one car crash. Police received the call at 3.05pm about the accident involving the Mercedes B class car. A spokesman said: “One person was treated at the scene by ambulance staff. The road remains closed.”
Two prostate cancer survivors in the Highlands have shared their personal stories to encourage others to act on health concerns.
Two Highland men who have survived prostate cancer have backed a campaign designed to change the way cancer is viewed in Scotland.
Proposals by the Co-op to move from its current premises in the centre of Fortrose to a site on the edge of the village threatens the viability of the High Street, according to Fortrose & Rosemarkie community council.
Since its poignant inception in 2015, Mikeysline has been helping people with thoughts of suicide.
Residents of a historic Black Isle town say that traffic congestion in their High Street is causing serious access problems for emergency vehicles.
A 20-year-old Fortrose woman who sent offensive and menacing text messages to police was remanded in custody pending a social work background report.
A teenager from Fortrose is to play a key role in developing sport across Scotland over the next two years.
He was known as the father of the modern day British Fire Service.
A Fortrose woman who made a silent call to the police and then attacked them when they tried to arrest her was jailed for six months yesterday.
Police and medics scrambled to a house in a quiet Black Isle village after a man in his late 50s was injured.
Councillors defied their officials yesterday to approve a 40-bed care home in the Black Isle.
Salers cattle are growing in popularity with more and more farmers turning to the continental breed in search of easy-calving cows.
The Kessock lifeboat was launched at around 10.30pm on Friday night after reports of a flare being set off in the Fortrose area.
New funding packages for dilapidated Fortrose Academy and new classrooms on Skye have been welcomed by local politicians.
A developer is a step closer to building a care home on the Black Isle having won the support of the local community council.
A heroic toddler from the Highlands helped save her unconscious and pregnant mother by finding a phone and calling for help.
A special meeting has been arranged for a Highland community to discuss revised plans for a new £4million care home.
The north's education boss has pledged to demand more cash from housing developers to bail out crisis schools.
It was meant as a tribute to a well-thought-of local councillor after his untimely death.
The strong desire among home buyers to return to country living, as indicated by a Housing Futures research survey, is underlined by the popularity of Chanonry Park, the attractive Tulloch Homes development in Fortrose on the Black Isle.
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