Local businesses are taking part in the Scotland Cycle Repair Scheme offering repairs of up to £50 per person.
Older persons' support scheme, the Cameron Project was been boosted by more than 40 new recruits during lockdown.
The fundraisers ran continuously for an hour each over 24 hours to raise money for two charities.
Meadowlark Care Home Casey Whittaker believes listening his the key to her work's success.
Wild Things will use £475,700 from The National Lottery Heritage Fund to put young and older people in touch with nature.
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Participants will run continuously for an hour each from 6pm on Friday to the same time on Saturday to raise money for two charities.
After spending three weeks in Raigmore, Dorothy McDonald wants more people to trust in the NHS during the coronavirus pandemic.
Co-op Local Community Fund looking for projects improving mental and physical wellbeing or building community resilience.
Janette Smithies was overwhelmed when she saw her colleagues waiting for her on the bridge to Waterford.
Renaissance Care’s Meadowlark Care Home in Forres has said a big thank you to the local community.