Timespan Cultural Institution in Helmsdale is hosting a three day symposium which launches on Friday.
Police Scotland have officially handed over the keys to the former Dornoch Police Station to the community.
A 20-year-old motorist has admitted causing the death of a teenager by dangerous driving.
WELSH four-piece rock band Stereophonics will play an outdoor gig at the Bught Park in Inverness on July 11.
EASTER Ross MP Jamie Stone has urged people to reflect on one of "the darkest times of our history" ahead of a sombre day of remembrance.
A scientist who is battling to remove the scourge of plastic from Sutherland's beaches is to be the subject of a film by an award-winning director.
Highland Council is aiming to cash-in on the North Coast 500 by installing parking meters in several key locations along the route.
A BIT of paper glued to the back of this image is torn. It reads: "Lairg Friendship Club outing to... Lodge Hotel".
Invitations have been sent to a "Brexit Party" at Eden Court on January 31 but the theatre says it has no booking for the event.
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A BELOW par performance cost Golspie Sutherland dearly in a 3-2 defeat to St Duthus in the Football Times Cup final at Dudgeon Park.
Elise Cosens, 14, from Tain, has been selected for Team Scotland's Youth Development Squad to compete in the Dave McCullagh International in Ireland.
Brora Rangers returned back up the A9 with three crucial points following a narrow single goal win over Rothes at MacKessack Park.
Royal Dornoch Golf Club has set its sights on reaching a £50,000 target in donations from a fund set up five years ago.
Two results in Monday night's fifth round of the Sutherland Province curling league have almost decided the championship.
GOLSPIE Sutherland boosted their title credentials with a 3-2 victory against North Caledonian League rivals St Duthus at King George V Park.
Following his December successes, Richard Mackenzie spends a weekend in Inverness and helps Fochabers Curling Club to join in their 150th anniversary
As we greet 2020, I cannot be happier how our season has gone so far.
Waste warrior, food writer and cheerleader for sustainability, Melissa Hemsley talks about her new veg-led cookbook.
“The vegan version of these are just as delicious, none of us can decide which we love the most,” says food writer Melissa Hemsley.
Ben Catley-Richardson reviews new releases Monster Jam, Erica, Darksiders Genesis and Mosaic
Much of our history and landscapes inspire artists. Here are some of the top sculptures across the north and north-east.
Matt MacPherson of The Malt Room in Inverness looks at whether the 'water of life' is as vegan as it first seems...
Welsh rockers' first Highland Capital gig since 1996
The Music Hall in Aberdeen is set to welcome Alan Carr for two nights in September.
Callum McIlroy is one of six participants in the Young Traditional Musician of the Year competition.
ArtyNess: Always wished you could play an instrument? Why not forget the health fads and give music a go, suggests Liza Mulholland
Aberdeen University's Confucius Institute brings its annual event to Inverurie Town Hall
The annual event returns to Castle Fraser and Fyvie Castle.
The hit musical returns to Inverness for its 10th year on Friday night.
Scottish Ballet bring a captivating five star show to Aberdeen to mark their 50th anniversary.