Leading agricultural business event AgriScot is being brought forward by one week this year.
A plan to strengthen communities facing population decline, including funding for local-led research, initiatives and support has been published.
The Scottish Crofting Federation (SCF) says it is "unclear" how future splits of the country's agricultural budget will impact crofters.
Highland Council has responded to worries that not enough housing is planned to meet future demand in the region.
Highland business leaders want councillors to ‘seize the opportunity’ of the Cromarty and Inverness Green Freeport to boost 'critical' infrastructure.
New figures from the Crofting Commission show a big increase in new entrants to crofting – with over 500 joining the sector in the year to March 2023.
Green career opportunities are to be highlighted to young people across the region in a new, first of its kind event.
Labour MSP Rhoda Grant led a debate in Holyrood about the Bank of Scotland's decision to withdraw mobile branch services across the country.
MSP Ariane Burgess hosted an event at Holyrood exploring what people value about Scotland’s coasts and seas and how they want to see them managed.
A far north MP has wished the king the very best following the news that he has been diagnosed with cancer.
The Flow Country’s potential as a global exemplar for just transition to a low carbon future was explored as Scotland’s environment minister visited.
The Bank of Scotland Foundation is encouraging charities supporting vulnerable people to apply to a new multi-year grant programme.
Ariane Burgess says fair food prices and farm income are needed alongside the new strategy.
People who have successfully given up smoking in the last couple of years are being encouraged to share how they managed to quit.
The Scottish Affairs Committee says UK-wide schemes to support households with the cost of living were not sufficiently “rural-proofed”.
Businesses 'can't afford' scaling back of postal deliveries.
People with a commitment to the future of the Highlands and Islands are being invited to apply to join the board of the region’s development agency.
A determined rock climbing instructor is on her way to bagging all 282 of Scotland's Munros after embarking on the challenge just before Christmas.
Highland Labour MSP Rhoda Grant has demanded action as new figures reveal 73 per cent of train stations in the region are not fully accessible.
Households across the Highlands will be bracing for a cold start to the new year with the increase to Ofgem’s price cap on energy bills.