A NEW railway station next to Inverness Airport could be open by late 2022.
Those of us who are of a certain age have a fondness for recalling days of old and rehearsing choice sayings gleaned from our village “characters”.
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The local authority's leadership is deeply worried many people in the region will suffer from unemployment and poverty
Pam Dudek says 'I will not tolerate it if bullying is going on. It is unacceptable'
"A year of good progress” for TYKES is how 2020 has been described by board chairman, Major General Patrick Marriott in his annual report.
Universal Credit claims in the Highlands have rocketed.
A LUXURY hotel, the onshore base of one of Scotland’s biggest wind farm projects and a museum are shortlisted in a regional design awards.
AN eye-catching expression of young people’s belief in a safer, fairer and more sustainable planet has gone on show at Eden Court Theatre.
Operators of fishing vessels working out of Sutherland ports are being reminded of a new registration requirement.
Two heritage groups have joined forces to build a replica salt pan in Brora.
One of Sutherland's remotest primary schools added another two youngsters to its roll this year.
The coronavirus crisis led Historylinks Museum in Dornoch earlier this year to cancel a one-day conference.
The local authority is ignoring calls for a lower speed limit on a stretch of the A836, it is claimed.
The Falls of Shin Visitor Attraction has been commended in the Scottish Civic Trust My Place Awards
A look back at the life of Donna Mackenzie, dedicated paramedic, animal lover and car aficionado
Continued success of Highland baker Harry Gow's is down to customer loyalty, says boss.
A 90-year-old Highland woman, who 'conquered' a 2398ft high mountain for charity, has been recognised in the Queen's birthday honours list.
It sometimes seems like Jesus went around healing people willy-nilly.