A group of 15 friends in the Highlands have begun a charity scooter ride round the NC500 in memory of a friend.
A group of bikers have travelled the length of Britain to raise more than £2,300 for the Highland Hospice.
Highland Hospice has launched a befriending service for people in Inverness.
The University of the Highlands and Islands have donated more than £6000 to the Highland Hospice following a year-long fundraising drive.
A service that helps bereaved children has joined forces with one of the north’s most prominent charities.
Golfers have chipped in more than £27,000 from a charity fundraising event to help with the running of Highland Hospice.
Twenty soldiers are gearing up for the this month’s Loch Ness marathon to raise money for a local hospice.
Hundreds of thousands of pounds have been stolen from Highland Hospice after the charity was targeted by “despicable” cyber-criminals.
A 22-year-old student has claimed that a charity challenge to swim the length of Loch Ness has transformed his life.
A hospice fundraiser has been allowed to continue working in social care - despite discussing pornography and sex acts with a vulnerable care home resident.
Highland Hospice has revealed its plans to turn the Highlands yellow next month with its new Custard Challenge.
The organisers of one of the north's toughest charity challenges have handed over a huge donation to the Highland Hospice.
The stunning new Highland Hospice has been officially opened by Prince Andrew.
The impressive new Highland Hospice in Inverness has opened its doors to its first patients.
A Highland Hospice fundraiser said yesterday that her daughter, who died from cancer, would be looking down on the new unit and saying: "Nice one, mum."
Staff at the Kingsmills Hotel in Inverness have smashed their fundraising target of £100,000 which they pledged for Highland Hospice.
Highland Hospice has launched a final push to hit its £4.5million target for the charity's new facility in Inverness.
Two time winner of Wimbledon Andy Murray has teamed up with a body leading the development and promotion of digital healthcare across Scotland.
The Highland Hospice has scored well in a recent inspection, despite disruption while work continues on their new building.
Inverness woman Helen Beveridge is gearing up to swim 23 miles across the icy water of Loch Ness in aid of Highland Hospice.
A Highland man has raised thousands of pounds for charity by running through the Sahara desert in searing 45C temperatures in "the toughest foot race in the world".
The Highland Hospice has hit new heights as the charity prepares a major fundraising push to complete the project.
Sutherland-based singer-songwriter Geordie Jack, founder and lead vocalist of one of Scotland’s most successful-ever bands – Colorado – has caught the music industry entirely by surprise in making an unheralded comeback from retirement – as a solo act – just four months short of his 66th birthday.
The £7.5million new Highland Hospice reached a major milestone at the weekend as the first foundations were laid.
You might start out looking clean and fresh, but participants in this weekend’s Run For Colour fun 5K race will certainly not end up looking like that. Organised to raise funds for the Highland Hospice, this is a fun run with a difference, as runners are fired at with coloured paint powder at various stations along the route.
A team of north business people have raised the sky-high figure of £180,000 with a gruelling cycle challenge which included the equivalent of ascending to the highest point on earth - all without leaving the Highlands.
A ring donated to a charity by a mystery benefactor has delivered a massive boost to the £4.5million Highland Hospice appeal.
Alice Brevoord and Janis Mennie are neighbours in the Black Isle and proud owners of Kia Picantos.
A campaign to rebuild the only hospice in the north is heading for London - thanks to a Dingwall firm.
An Inverness charity boss may have buzzed his way to a world record - by running a half marathon dressed as a giant bee.
The pitter-patter of feet will resonate around the streets of the Highland capital this weekend as a record-breaking number of runners take part in the Inverness Half Marathon. And it’s hoped that a bumper crowd of spectators will head along to the city centre to cheer on seasoned athletes, charity runners and first-timers as they complete the 13.1-mile course on Sunday, March 8.