A trading standards chief has flagged help available to small businesses in the Highlands facing disputes.
A much-loved member of a Highland community marked a major birthday milestone in unusual circumstances.
DINGWALL and Highland Marts Ltd today sold 185 rams at a continental ram sale.
A top 20 list of Scotland's favourite hobbies has been compiled – with an A to Z of suggestions for those keen to pick up a pastime.
A further 13 cases of Covid-19 have been detected in the NHS Highland area over the past 24 hours.
A Ross-shire designer whose sunflower masks have proved a huge hit with the public has been thanked for her "amazing" support of Highland Hospice.
DINGWALL and Highland Marts Ltd yesterday sold 5157 breeding and feeding sheep at the annual sale of N.C. Cheviot ewes and gimmers.
The University of the Highlands and Islands has appointed Professor Todd Walker as its next principal and vice-chancellor.
CALLS for a starter payment for people claiming universal credit (UC) have been backed by Highland Council's leader.
Councillors have been briefed by the man leading the Highland public health fight against Covid-19.
NEW regulations being proposed for short-term let housing could have a devastating impact on Scotland’s rural communities.
Dingwall and Highland Marts Ltd yesterday sold 1355 weaned calves.
A fishery board in Ross-shire has warned patrols across the widespread area it covers will continue to crack down on illegal fishing.
THE birthday of one of Ross-shire's most famous sons has been celebrated.
A group dedicated to working with young people in Wester Ross is seeking feedback on a plan which could help develop what it does.
Dingwall and Highland Marts Ltd yesterday sold 6418 store lambs and feeding sheep.
Teachers and educators have been speaking about their passion for the Gaelic language and what needs to be done to encourage its development.
DINGWALL and Highland Marts Ltd today sold 5069 breeding and store sheep.
Muirburn – the controlled, cool burning of heather on Scotland’s moorlands – is becoming ever more important in the fight against wildfires.
SIXTEEN new coronavirus cases have been logged in the NHS Highland area over the past 24 hours.