Sound Horn by artist Katie Anderson is at Brodie Castle from Wednesday, August 19 August to Sunday, August 23, from 10am-4pm.
The fundraisers ran continuously for an hour each over 24 hours to raise money for two charities.
Moray Inshore Rescue Organisation and Moray Coastguard call for the public to take greater care.
The Royal Navy Explosives Ordnance Disposal Team carried out a controlled explosion half way along Culbin Beach.
Meadowlark Care Home Casey Whittaker believes listening his the key to her work's success.
Heather Hatch of Forres-based singing group Rising Stars has been using technology to carry on instruction.
Michael and Leland McInnes-Main are cycling from their house to Grantown and back in aid of Thistle Boxer Rescue.
Wild Things will use £475,700 from The National Lottery Heritage Fund to put young and older people in touch with nature.
Trees for Life hopes to build an innovatively designed visitor centre inspired by the natural and cultural heritage of the Highlands.
Nairn has new look as it emerges from the coronavirus crisis.
The boys and their families aim to raise a total of £1000 to fund future activities.
Forres In Bloom used careful planning to adjust over the last months to ensure members' safety while tending to their displays.
Universal Hall is one of 24 projects across Scotland to be allocated finance from Screen Scotland’s Cinema Equipment Fund.
Participants will run continuously for an hour each from 6pm on Friday to the same time on Saturday to raise money for two charities.
Unleashed Dog Park in Nairn's Balmakeith Industrial Estate is something different for pampered pooches.
ReBOOT spent its coronavirus lockdown making Personal Protective Equipment and investigating pollution reduction methods.
An AJ Engineering chargehand fabricator has signed off steel stairs installed at Forres Tolbooth.
Forres-based Hed Swim have released an album inspired by and recorded during the coronavirus lockdown.
After spending three weeks in Raigmore, Dorothy McDonald wants more people to trust in the NHS during the coronavirus pandemic.
Marie Jacques is walking 80 miles to celebrate her 80th birthday and raise money for a worthy cause.