A TAIN author is to give a talk on one of his passions to help boost research into another matter close to his heart.
PARENTS planning dropping children off at this year's Belladrum bash have been given a no-nonsense piece of advice: "Don't".
AN Easter Ross hall which is now community owned is looking to maximise its potential with an intake of fresh ideas.
AN aspiring Ross-shire golfer has been selected for a "trip of a lifetime" to the other side of the Atlantic.
A POPULAR Ross-shire footbridge will be closed off for three weeks from Monday (August 1) while essential upgrading is carried out.
NEW opening hours for Service Points in Ross-shire’s major towns have been announced by the Highland Council. The changes follow a review of opening times…
A ROYAL navy frigate with stong Highland links is cutting her way through the Mediterranean en route to Libya.
FORMER Ross County star Ross Jack had the biggest smile of the day on his return to Victoria Park with the team he now manages, Elgin City.
HOLDERS Ross County crashed out of the Ramsdens Challenge Cup on Saturday as Third Division Elgin City shocked the Staggies 2-1 at Victoria Park. The…
A NEW Visitor Centre has opened its doors in the picturesque village of Plockton. The centre, in the main car park, has been developed by the National…
Pictures from the Tall Ships visit to Ullapool en route to Lerwick in Shetland.
A series of pictures from the Tall Ships visit to Ullapool.
THE flooding which has closed the A862 road near Beauly has been the subject of urgent talks. The road is shut temporarily after a drainage culvert…
LEGENDARY punk band The Buzzcocks are the latest addition to the 2011 Loopallu Festival in Ullapool.
A FISCAL this week praised the work of two police officers who helped bring an Alness drink-driver to justice — despite the man’s claim that his partner…
A SUPERMARKET store wars saga which has rumbled on for years looks set to be concluded next year with the opening of a new Asda in Easter Ross.
HOUSEHOLDERS in Ross-shire are being urged to seek advice from the Home Energy Scotland Hotline to insulate themselves from rising fuel prices. The Home…
REPAIRS have been swiftly completedto a 15-metre long landslip which affected the A832 at the Fairy Glen on the Black Isle.
IT may be the height of summer but that’s cold comfort for Ross-shire businesses desperate to contain soaring energy costs.
DOG walkers getting out and about in Ross-shire are being warned to exercise caution — or risk potential injury.