September is here already and I completed my first ever Aberdeen half marathon.
Now we are in the heart of the so-called summer - tennis, cricket and the start of football again - I am regularly asked about blind people and co-ordination.
A tireless charity campaigner said she was pleased, humbled and "more than slightly weirded out" to be awarded a British Empire Medal.
A special meeting has been arranged for a Highland community to discuss revised plans for a new £4million care home.
This month, I’d thought I’d give a wee insight into the rock’n’roll life I have when away from the day job, and also to ask, where does the hour go?
A Loch Ness tourism operator has gone head-to-head with independence supporters with an online rant about nationalism.
A new addition to riverside fixtures in Inverness has been celebrated, demonstrating the talents of a local charity.
A four-day public inquiry begins today into a 13-turbine windfarm proposed for a hillside near Loch Ness.
A trio of top chefs will team up to create a gastronomic feast at an Aberdeen charity event.
An independent women's fashion chain inspired by Scottish design will keep trading over the festive break despite falling into administration.
A major upgrade of paths and bridges, and measures to combat riverbank erosion on the River Ness Islands in Inverness is a step closer.
A lifeboat crew were called out on Sunday after an upturned canoe was spotted on Loch Ness.
With the end of the summer holidays, most children have now returned to the classroom and swapped stories with the rest of their classmates about their various excursions and eclectic activities.
A furious row erupted last night after Highland councillors approved a new document that campaigners say opens the door to more wind turbines around Loch Ness.
A windfarm company has defended its offer of helping facilitate broadband rollout in the Highlands in the face of fierce criticism from campaigners.
The global game craze Pokemon Go and its digital blue creature Lapras is set to help solve the mystery of the Loch Ness monster.
An energy company is appealing a decision by Highland Council to reject a controversial windfarm near Loch Ness.
Proposals for an 80-home development near Loch Ness have been lodged by a developer.
The warm spell has kept Loch Ness lifeboat volunteers busy.
Highland Council leader Margaret Davidson has pledged to step up the crusade for greater access to one of Scotland's most iconic locations - Loch Ness.
The leader of Highland Council yesterday declared "enough is enough" for windfarm construction around Loch Ness.
A North-east deaf and blind charity that helps deaf and blind people has been recognised for its "people skills".
It is a peaceful corner of Lewis where trust is everything.
Youngsters with sight and hearing difficulties have been enjoying the excitement of the outdoors thanks to a north-east charity.
Councillors will decide next week whether to approve a new riverside brewery in Inverness.
Future policy on windfarms encircling Loch Ness could be shaped by politicians in Edinburgh.
Some of the world's top "Speycasters" will be reeled into Inverness next week to pay homage to one of the sport's greats.
A father and three sons have heaped praise on rescuers who managed to tow their hire yacht off rocks in 8ft waves on Loch Ness.
People living with a disability that prevents them from getting behind the wheel can burn some rubber at a charity driving event this weekend.
A German windfarm company has started moves that could see it add to the so-called "ring of steel" of 600-plus turbines on hills around Loch Ness.
What: North East Sensory Services (NESS) AFC 25th anniversary lunch.
A blind cyclist is gearing up for a 25-mile cycle challenge to raise awareness of north-east charity that supported him as he lost his sight.