A talented young Sutherland musician has been selected to perform alongside an established folk musician when he performs in the county next month.
An exhibition launches in Sutherland next week with the aim of inspiring visitors to reduce their carbon footprint.
A GROUP of Tain Royal Academy pupils has worked to organise a Christmas fair to benefit Highland Hospice.
East Sutherland Rotary Club’s Primary School Quiz was held in Lairg Community Hall last week.
A CHEMISTRY teacher from Sutherland has wowed delegates at a festival by showing how magic illusions can be used to teach science.
The University of the Highlands and Islands has been rated as one of the top universities in the UK for postgraduate students.
HIGHLAND children will still be able to pit their performance talents against each other – after a replacement for the Rock Challenge was announced.
A medical student from Portskerra is encouraging others from the Highlands to train as a physician associate (PA).
Organisers of Feis Chataibh are appealing for volunteers to help with the week-long festival of music and Gaelic culture.
A bus stop in a central Sutherland village has been given an innovative makeover.
Golspie High School is showing some “green shoots” in its drive to improve its academic attainment levels, according to its head teacher.
HIGHLAND Council’s planned shake-up of its services for pupils with additional support needs (ASN) is beginning to bite.