Swimming pool facilities at a Highland leisure facility are staying closed, following delays with essential works.
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A Highland football club is claiming to have been made homeless by their landlords.
One of the north’s most dedicated sporting mentors has received a prestigious accolade for her efforts.
Bosses at the under-threat Ironworks have a new venue in their sights after "fantastically positive" crunch talks.
An innovative storytelling method developed at a Dingwall library is being rolled out across the country following its resounding success.
Work to repair Dingwall Pool has been delayed after asbestos was discovered.
Hilton cafe to close and be replaced with vending machines as no resolve found with High Life Highland
A community cafe will close and be replaced by vending machines at the end of the month despite a bid to intervene by the local community.
Staff at an Inverness community cafe have issued an emotive plea to save their jobs after it emerged the cafe is to be replaced by vending machines.
Tourists fulfilling a dream of visiting Harry Potter film locations are being left disappointed after discovering their accommodation is eight miles from the scene.
A new chief executive has been appointed by High Life Highland, the arm’s length leisure organisation of Highland Council.
High Life Highland has announced the appointment of a new chief executive who will take up his role in early September.
The new chief executive of High Life Highland has been revealed.
A ground-breaking scheme has been launched allowing people across the Highlands, islands and Moray to use each other's leisure facilities.
The boss of High Life Highland has announced he will retire from the charity’s top job in the summer.
A mechanical issue brought facilities at Inverness Leisure to a close yesterday, leaving users unable to access the competition-sized swimming pool, leisure pool and health suite.
A community-based garden project in the north is under threat as NHS Highland outlines plans to withdraw its entire £51,000 funding budget from March next year.
It is one of the city’s busiest and oldest thoroughfares.
A popular tourist attraction in Inverness is reaching new heights after welcoming 50,000 visitors in less than two years.
High Life Highland has won substantial funding for its leadership programme from the Year of Young People National Lottery Fund.
Aviemore families face a 30-mile round trip for affordable swimming facilities after it was officially announced yesterday that Macdonald Aviemore Hotel and Resort would cease to allow access to High Life Highland users.
Despite extreme dry weather across the Highlands, the Inverness city centre floral displays were blooming at their launch yesterday following a combined effort from Inverness Business Improvement District (BID), Highland Council and High Life Highland.
Lochaber Leisure Centre have reported fantastic uptake of their new swimming lessons delivered through the medium of Gaelic.
A petition has been launched by Aviemore residents in a last-ditch bid to allow continued affordable access to the town’s only swimming facilities.
Creative and cultural activities in the Inverness area have received a welcomed boost – in the form of cash seized from criminals.
The immediate future of the Moray Leisure Centre was secured today after councillors approved a recovery plan proposed by High Life Highland who have been engaged as consultants since January.
Highlanders are being given the opportunity to delve into the history of the World War I as part of a one-day event.
A foodbank opened at Culloden Library yesterday for those who cannot travel to the town centre for help.
The Scottish Government last night performed a U-turn on plans for a rates raid that could have led to the closure of sports centres, museums and libraries in northern Scotland.
Sports centres, libraries and museums in the north and north-east are facing the threat of closure because of a “devastating” multimillion pound rates bombshell.
Inverness Library reopened to the public yesterday, less than a day after rubble fell through the ceiling and landed close to a public area.
Inverness Library was evacuated yesterday after rubble fell through the ceiling and landed close to the public area.
Prince Charles is poised lead a new initiative to encourage school pupils in the north to compete in their local Highland games.