VisitScotland’s virtual trade event is to return in the spring.
Extra funding of £12k was approved today to fix 'inappropriate and unsatisfactory' stonework after demolition of the former Sloans building in Wick.
A petition for a judicial review of the decision by Highland Council to grant planning consent for Space Hub Sutherland has been granted.
A creative glass studio based in Lybster has an opportunity for a local artist to get involved in an international collaboration.
Licensed taxi and private hire drivers in Caithness now have the opportunity to take advantage of a new grant scheme.
Railway passenger numbers have been hit hard by the pandemic with figures released on Friday showing a 90 per cent reduction from a 'normal' service.
Highland energy giant appoints renewable energy boss as new chief executive
The new multimillion-pound Premier Inn hotel in Thurso is due to open in May, according to a senior company manager.
Many small businesses in Caithness forced to close during the pandemic are expected to receive payouts on insurance claims after a ruling today.
Highland events businesses have until Monday to apply for a share of a £6 million fund to help them cope with Covid
The company behind the MeyGen tidal energy project in the Pentland Firth has a new boss.