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UK Government Cabinet could meet in Highland capital in 2021 to mark centenary of historic summit

20 November 2020
UK Government Cabinet could meet in Highland capital in 2021 to mark centenary of historic summit

UK Government Cabinet could meet in Highland capital in 2021 to mark centenary of historic summit

20 November 2020

Prime Minister Boris Johnson could bring his Cabinet to Inverness next year to mark the centenary of a historic summit in the Highland capital.


New vision for Highland capital city centre

14 November 2020
New vision for Highland capital city centre

New vision for Highland capital city centre

14 November 2020

A bold vision to pedestrianise part of Inverness city centre will be put to city leaders next week.


NHS Highland service for victims of in-house bullying has strong take-up

10 November 2020
NHS Highland service for victims of in-house bullying has strong take-up

NHS Highland service for victims of in-house bullying has strong take-up

10 November 2020

A service set up to support individuals who suffered bullying or harassment at NHS Highland has had a strong take-up, according to health bosses.


Region to stay in tier one of Covid-19 regulations, announces First Minister

10 November 2020
Region to stay in tier one of Covid-19 regulations, announces First Minister

Region to stay in tier one of Covid-19 regulations, announces First Minister

10 November 2020

The Highlands will remain in level one under Scotland's five-tier system for coronavirus restrictions


Highland Council leader keen to see coronavirus indoor contact limitations lifted in time for Christmas

10 November 2020
Highland Council leader keen to see coronavirus indoor contact limitations lifted in time for Christmas

Highland Council leader keen to see coronavirus indoor contact limitations lifted in time for Christmas

10 November 2020

Ongoing coronavirus restrictions on household indoor contact is one of the hardest issues for Highlanders, according to civic leaders.


Students urged to explore nature to improve mental wellbeing

03 November 2020
Students urged to explore nature to improve mental wellbeing

Students urged to explore nature to improve mental wellbeing

03 November 2020

Students in the Highlands can improve their mental and physical wellbeing by exploring local green areas.


Sales surge for north window manufacturer leads to new jobs

17 October 2020
Sales surge for north window manufacturer leads to new jobs

Sales surge for north window manufacturer leads to new jobs

17 October 2020

A windows manufacturer is to create 10 new jobs this month to take staff numbers above pre-Covid 19 levels.


Bell rings for boy (6) after cancer fight

15 October 2020
Bell rings for boy (6) after cancer fight

Bell rings for boy (6) after cancer fight

15 October 2020

Riley MacLennan may be only six years old but he is a true Highland hero.


Tackling drug-dealing is a key priority for new Highlands and Islands police chief

20 September 2020
Tackling drug-dealing is a key priority for new Highlands and Islands police chief

Tackling drug-dealing is a key priority for new Highlands and Islands police chief

20 September 2020

Drug-trafficking in the Highlands is one of the main targets of the region's new top cop, Chief Superintendent Conrad Trickett.


High school pupils across Scotland will be told to wear face coverings

25 August 2020
High school pupils across Scotland will be told to wear face coverings

High school pupils across Scotland will be told to wear face coverings

25 August 2020

Children will have to wear face coverings in corridors, communal areas and school buses from next Monday


Super yacht worth £150 million spotted off Chanonry Point

22 August 2020
Super yacht worth £150 million spotted off Chanonry Point

Super yacht worth £150 million spotted off Chanonry Point

22 August 2020

A NEWLY-OPENED café in Nairn is claiming an oil billionaire among its customers taking advantage of the Eat Out to Help Out scheme.


Own a sports car? Then join the club!

24 July 2020
Own a sports car? Then join the club!

Own a sports car? Then join the club!

24 July 2020

WITH the hood down and the spectacular scenery stretching out in front, there is nothing quite like driving a sports car in the Highlands.


Lockdown afternoon tea delivery for isolated north carers

22 June 2020
Lockdown afternoon tea delivery for isolated north carers

Lockdown afternoon tea delivery for isolated north carers

22 June 2020

An organisation supporting people who are lonely and isolated has given a special treat to carers across Inverness and the wider Highland area.


Staff at flagship Highland department store Debenhams are facing redundancy

04 June 2020
Staff at flagship Highland department store Debenhams are facing redundancy

Staff at flagship Highland department store Debenhams are facing redundancy

04 June 2020

Staff across departments in the Inverness branch of Debenhams have been made redundant while it is still closed due to coronavirus.


Margaret Payne (90) reaches mid-point of Suilven fundraising challenge as donations keep pouring in

14 May 2020
Margaret Payne (90) reaches mid-point of Suilven fundraising challenge as donations keep pouring in

Margaret Payne (90) reaches mid-point of Suilven fundraising challenge as donations keep pouring in

14 May 2020

The summit of a Highland mountain is now in sight for a 90-year-old great grandmother as she hits the halfway point in a staircase challenge.


People invited to join in nationwide applause to honour NHS staff

26 March 2020
People invited to join in nationwide applause to honour NHS staff

People invited to join in nationwide applause to honour NHS staff

26 March 2020

People in the Highlands are being invited to join in a UK-wide round of applause tonight to honour NHS staff working through the coronavirus outbreak.


Airports will close to scheduled flights to maintain lifeline and essential services

26 March 2020
Airports will close to scheduled flights to maintain lifeline and essential services

Airports will close to scheduled flights to maintain lifeline and essential services

26 March 2020

Airports across the Highlands and Islands will close to scheduled flights from Sunday in order to maintain lifeline and essential services.


Mikeysline closes its drop-in sessions due to coronavirus

20 March 2020
Mikeysline closes its drop-in sessions due to coronavirus

Mikeysline closes its drop-in sessions due to coronavirus

20 March 2020

AN Inverness suicide prevention charity is temporarily closing its drop-in sessions after tonight due to the coronavirus pandemic.


Third ward reopens at Raigmore Hospital following norovirus outbreak

09 March 2020
Third ward reopens at Raigmore Hospital following norovirus outbreak

Third ward reopens at Raigmore Hospital following norovirus outbreak

09 March 2020

A third ward at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness has reopened to admissions and visitors after being closed for more than two weeks due to norovirus.


Second child snatch attempt in Inverness

05 March 2020
Second child snatch attempt in Inverness

Second child snatch attempt in Inverness

05 March 2020

Police are carrying out inquiries after a report of an alleged second child snatch attempt in Inverness.


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