A total of 102 residents responded to the survey with 100 opposing Acheilidh Wind farm development and two in favour.
Seven of the eight positions have been filled, with one vacancy still outstanding.
Four public engagement events will be held in Sutherland villages ahead of major new projects aimed at making the north "a clean energy powerhouse".
Jamie Stone has accused the Scottish Government of "unforgivable incompetence" over the pause on funding for healthcare construction projects.
"She didn’t tiptoe through life – she marched through it"
Caithness councillor Karl Rosie has joined the Highland Independent group on the local authority, saying he wants to "put people before politics".
Councillor Helen Crawford says asking 'teachers to mark more generously' is 'just a big sticking plaster.'
Chelsie Allison has started her journey in India in the bid to be crowned Miss World.
The paddle steamer will be offering a sailing from Ullapool and down Lochbroom, and along the west coast to Gairloch or Kyle of Lochalsh.
Meetings will be held on Mondays at Embo Old School from 10.30am-noon.
A new campaign has launched aiming to raise awareness of victims’ rights and peoples’ right to access support if they are affected by crime.
Rogart Community Council chairman Frank Roach is setting up a Scottish charitable incorporated organisation (SCIO).
Four Highland charities are set to receive new vehicles to help their community efforts thanks to a unique event that is marking its 40th anniversary.
The contest is run locally by the Rotary Club of East Sutherland and sponsored by bakery firm Harry Gow, who provided lunch.
The Red Arrows are set to be flying over the region over the next few days.
The Ardgay and District Community Council (A&DCC) members stepped down as a meeting was due to take place this evening.
RES has partnered with the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) to support a minimum of 60 students through their Student Development Fund.
Stacey Solomon and Joe Swash are in the capital of the Highlands with their children.
THE number of young people needing help with managing money has doubled since 2019, charity Citizens' Advice has reported.
An ambitious plan to expand home-grown arts in Highland communities has been launched by Eden Court, & it is hoped thousands of people will take part.