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Paid placements scheme backed by Highland Council offers welcome boost to jobless

05 July 2022
Paid placements scheme backed by Highland Council offers welcome boost to jobless

Paid placements scheme backed by Highland Council offers welcome boost to jobless

05 July 2022

Highland Council is hosting paid placements to give work experience to those in Highland region who are not in employment, education or training.


Major improvement project planned for city's Whin Park

21 June 2022
Major improvement project planned for city's Whin Park

Major improvement project planned for city's Whin Park

21 June 2022

The news from the council follows criticism of the rundown state of what is one of the busiest parks in the city.


Zip to it if you want to help the hospice

05 June 2022
Zip to it if you want to help the hospice

Zip to it if you want to help the hospice

05 June 2022

Highland Hospice has announced details of its most daring and dramatic Zip Line Challenge yet – off the Kessock Bridge.


Alistair Wilson murder: Police in new appeal for people who were at Havelock Hotel in Nairn

11 May 2022
Alistair Wilson murder: Police in new appeal for people who were at Havelock Hotel in Nairn

Alistair Wilson murder: Police in new appeal for people who were at Havelock Hotel in Nairn

11 May 2022

Detectives investigating the murder of Alistair Wilson in Nairn in 2004 have issued a fresh appeal for anybody who was in a nearby hotel that weekend.


Petition calling for improved essential tremor treatment in Scotland is considered at committee again

20 April 2022
Petition calling for improved essential tremor treatment in Scotland is considered at committee again

Petition calling for improved essential tremor treatment in Scotland is considered at committee again

20 April 2022

A Highland woman's petition for improved treatment for the medical condition essential tremor has been before a Scottish Parliament committee.


National golf trail launched – including Highland courses

14 April 2022
National golf trail launched – including Highland courses

National golf trail launched – including Highland courses

14 April 2022

New Scottish golf trail launched in honour of golfing legend Old Tom Morris is hailed as boost for tourism recovery.


New Old Tom golf trail launched

14 April 2022
New Old Tom golf trail launched

New Old Tom golf trail launched

14 April 2022

New Scottish golf trail launched in honour of golfing legend Old Tom Morris is hailed as boost for tourism recovery.


Serious multi-vehicle crash closes A9

12 April 2022
Serious multi-vehicle crash closes A9

Serious multi-vehicle crash closes A9

12 April 2022

The A9 near Alness will be closed be for some time while emergency services deal with a serious crash involving a number of vehicles.


Inverness flat blaze terror

12 April 2022
Inverness flat blaze terror

Inverness flat blaze terror

12 April 2022

A family fled for their lives after a blaze broke out in their Inverness flat shortly before 5am today.


Lambs on the loose in Tain – Can you help round them up?

08 April 2022
Lambs on the loose in Tain – Can you help round them up?

Lambs on the loose in Tain – Can you help round them up?

08 April 2022

A church in Tain is having a belated 'lambing time' with a twist because of the Covid outbreak two years ago.


Big award for Raigmore medic involved in trailblazing trauma team

31 March 2022
Big award for Raigmore medic involved in trailblazing trauma team

Big award for Raigmore medic involved in trailblazing trauma team

31 March 2022

A TRAUMA consultant at Raigmore Hospital has won an 'above and beyond' accolade from colleagues.


Luxury tourism accommodation suites in pipeline for Tain site

20 March 2022
Luxury tourism accommodation suites in pipeline for Tain site

Luxury tourism accommodation suites in pipeline for Tain site

20 March 2022

PEOPLE experiencing the North Coast 500 route are among the target customers for luxury self-catering tourist suites proposed in Tain’s High Street.


DR TIM ALLISON: Don't ditch Covid good habits

20 March 2022
DR TIM ALLISON: Don't ditch Covid good habits

DR TIM ALLISON: Don't ditch Covid good habits

20 March 2022

Don't abandon Covid good hygiene practices after pandemic ends urges Inverness doctor.


Castle Stuart has top clubhouse

19 March 2022
Castle Stuart has top clubhouse

Castle Stuart has top clubhouse

19 March 2022

Castle Stuart Golf Links between Inverness and Nairn wins best clubhouse prize at the Scottish Golf Tourism Awards.


Restaurant plan old RBS on Inverness High Street

24 February 2022
Restaurant plan old RBS on Inverness High Street

Restaurant plan old RBS on Inverness High Street

24 February 2022

THE former Royal Bank of Scotland building on Inverness High Street could soon have a new lease of life as restaurant and flats.


Pizza van plan targets a slice of the action in Wester Ross village

21 February 2022
Pizza van plan targets a slice of the action in Wester Ross village

Pizza van plan targets a slice of the action in Wester Ross village

21 February 2022

The Free Church in Ullapool could soon have a pizza van parked in its car park if council planners give their blessing.


Pharmacies can be a big help

20 February 2022
Pharmacies can be a big help

Pharmacies can be a big help

20 February 2022

Our doctor explains how pharmacies are an import part of the health service.


Awards group seeks board members

20 February 2022
Awards group seeks board members

Awards group seeks board members

20 February 2022

Leading tourism group HITA is calling on people to help drive forward a successful awards venture.


Easter Ross man's legacy set to boost more local causes

12 February 2022
Easter Ross man's legacy set to boost more local causes

Easter Ross man's legacy set to boost more local causes

12 February 2022

A DONATION of £2000 has been made to the Pat Munro Foundation by the Friends of Alan Ross Fund in memory of the popular Tain man who died last year.


Councillors dismayed over windfarm policy

12 February 2022
Councillors dismayed over windfarm policy

Councillors dismayed over windfarm policy

12 February 2022

Members of Highland Council’s economy committee have spoken out against a “lack of democracy” in the national planning process for onshore wind.


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