Cases are rising rapidly across Scotland with the daily number of cases now double compared to recent weeks.
The study hopes to find accessible and acceptable ways to support people when they are feeling the weight of farming and crofting life.
A police consultation has shown that confidence has risen in the past year.
Advice Direct Scotland said consumer rights remain in place and legislation must be adhered to by travel providers.
HYP aims to deliver a campaign each year and has consulted with young people from across the Highlands to identify a key issue affecting them.
A Highland community is in mourning following the suspected death of an 82-year-old man in a house fire.
Her body was found on the shore near Fortrose and Rosemarkie Golf Club around 8.30am on Saturday January 30 2021.
The application covered the works necessary to restore the Category–A Listed building and convert it for use as a new visitor attraction.
Andrew John Gardiner, also known as Andy– who would now be 47 – went missing on September 7 2020.
Edward Mountain wants the process to select Scotland’s next medical school to be re-started and is supporting the bid for a Highland medical school.
David Finlayson, Nick Finnigan and Kirk Tudhope will sit as non-executive directors.
In an online plea, officers said dogs chasing livestock can do serious damage, and all incidents should be reported to them on 101.
The Independent National Whistleblowing Officer (INWO) service, covering the whole of NHS Scotland, go live today.
The figures show that between October 1 and December 31 2020, just 70.2 per cent of cancer patients were treated within the 62 day standard.
Eòrpa, the Gaelic channel's European news show, visits Inverness and Skye to discusses a lack of facilites for campers.
The Mountain Bothie Association (MBA) has issued a statement reminding walkers that bothies should not be used, other than in an emergency.
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Organisers of the Belladrum festival have said that after 'considerable efforts' they have taken the difficult decision to postpone this year's event.
The funding round, yet to be decided by the Scottish Government, would see a number of projects including a plan to allow bikes on the bus.
Four projects in the Highlands and Islands will share a £2.6 million award to promote the outstanding scenery, wildlife and culture of the region.