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Campaigners warn outlook 'bleak' for older people as energy, fuel and food costs soar

24 April 2022
Campaigners warn outlook 'bleak' for older people as energy, fuel and food costs soar

Campaigners warn outlook 'bleak' for older people as energy, fuel and food costs soar

24 April 2022

Campaigners for older people have issued a stark warning amid soaring energy, fuel and food costs.


WATCH: Green electricity project lit up in red and blue to commemorate anniversary of the Battle of Culloden

20 April 2022
WATCH: Green electricity project lit up in red and blue to commemorate anniversary of the Battle of Culloden

WATCH: Green electricity project lit up in red and blue to commemorate anniversary of the Battle of Culloden

20 April 2022

A green electricity project in Inverness was lit up in red and blue to mark the 276th anniversary of the Battle of Culloden.


Hospital ward reopens after norovirus outbreak but another remains closed due to coronavirus

20 April 2022
Hospital ward reopens after norovirus outbreak but another remains closed due to coronavirus

Hospital ward reopens after norovirus outbreak but another remains closed due to coronavirus

20 April 2022

Health bosses have reopened a ward at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness after it was closed to new admissions due to an outbreak of norovirus.


WATCH: Custom-built boat returns to canal after two-year absence

18 April 2022
WATCH: Custom-built boat returns to canal after two-year absence

WATCH: Custom-built boat returns to canal after two-year absence

18 April 2022

A custom-built boat has returned to the Caledonian Canal after an absence of more than two years due to the coronavirus pandemic.


Scheme helps care experienced young people take up learning and job opportunities

17 April 2022
Scheme helps care experienced young people take up learning and job opportunities

Scheme helps care experienced young people take up learning and job opportunities

17 April 2022

Young people who have lived in care are being supported through a new scheme to help them take up learning and job opportunities.


Lidl defends plans to develop new food store

17 April 2022
Lidl defends plans to develop new food store

Lidl defends plans to develop new food store

17 April 2022

A proposed new food store will provide local residents with “a modern, attractive and convenient retail offering”, the supermarket giant has insisted.


Bug outbreaks close two wards at Raigmore Hospital

16 April 2022
Bug outbreaks close two wards at Raigmore Hospital

Bug outbreaks close two wards at Raigmore Hospital

16 April 2022

Cases of coronavirus and norovirus have resulted in two wards at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness being closed to new admissions.


Free family-friendly festival aims to inspire people to sow, grow and share

14 April 2022
Free family-friendly festival aims to inspire people to sow, grow and share

Free family-friendly festival aims to inspire people to sow, grow and share

14 April 2022

A free major outdoor festival is set to take place in Inverness in a bid to inspire people to sow, grow and share food, music, knowledge and ideas.


Close-run contest for three Highland homes in BBC Scotland's televised Home of the Year – here's how it went...

05 April 2022
Close-run contest for three Highland homes in BBC Scotland's televised Home of the Year – here's how it went...

Close-run contest for three Highland homes in BBC Scotland's televised Home of the Year – here's how it went...

05 April 2022

TV viewers were given a fascinating glimpse into three Highland homes as the popular programme Scotland’s Home of the Year returned last night.


PICTURES: Two Highland homeowners set to compete on BBC TV series' first episode

04 April 2022
PICTURES: Two Highland homeowners set to compete on BBC TV series' first episode

PICTURES: Two Highland homeowners set to compete on BBC TV series' first episode

04 April 2022

A look at two Highland-based contenders to feature in BBC Scotland's programme Scotland’s Home of the Year.


Highland firefighters tackle blaze at landmark wood panel manufacturing plant

04 April 2022
Highland firefighters tackle blaze at landmark wood panel manufacturing plant

Highland firefighters tackle blaze at landmark wood panel manufacturing plant

04 April 2022

Firefighters spent more than five hours tackling a blaze at a well-known wood panel manufacturing plant.


Schools warned to stock up on meat after butcher ends association with council

25 March 2022
Schools warned to stock up on meat after butcher ends association with council

Schools warned to stock up on meat after butcher ends association with council

25 March 2022

Risk school canteens could soon run out of meat after butcher declined to tender to renew council contract


Highland business group laments 'opportunity missed' in Spring Statement

23 March 2022
Highland business group laments 'opportunity missed' in Spring Statement

Highland business group laments 'opportunity missed' in Spring Statement

23 March 2022

An opportunity has been missed to help countless small businesses being overwhelmed by massive energy price hikes, according to a business leader.


Detectives probing murder of Highland banker Alistair Wilson seek information about two men seen with handgun

21 March 2022
Detectives probing murder of Highland banker Alistair Wilson seek information about two men seen with handgun

Detectives probing murder of Highland banker Alistair Wilson seek information about two men seen with handgun

21 March 2022

Detectives investigating the murder of Alistair Wilson in Nairn 17 years ago are appealing for information about two men seen with a handgun.


Calls for UK government to take urgent action as heating oil prices double

21 March 2022
Calls for UK government to take urgent action as heating oil prices double

Calls for UK government to take urgent action as heating oil prices double

21 March 2022

The doubling of domestic heating oil prices in just two weeks has prompted calls for the UK government to take urgent action.


Stigma associated with addiction can lead to a dark and lonely place for affected families, Highland group says

20 March 2022
Stigma associated with addiction can lead to a dark and lonely place for affected families, Highland group says

Stigma associated with addiction can lead to a dark and lonely place for affected families, Highland group says

20 March 2022

A mother who has experienced “the living hell” of a family member using drugs has started a group for families and friends affected by addiction.


New Highland comedy club aims to be a barrel of laughs

20 March 2022
New Highland comedy club aims to be a barrel of laughs

New Highland comedy club aims to be a barrel of laughs

20 March 2022

A new comedy club to promote fresh talent in the Highlands has been formed and will meet for the first time early next month.


Developers hit back after renewal of planning permission for retail park expansion recommended for refusal

17 March 2022
Developers hit back after renewal of planning permission for retail park expansion recommended for refusal

Developers hit back after renewal of planning permission for retail park expansion recommended for refusal

17 March 2022

Developers wanting to renew planning permission to expand an out-of-town retail park have accused council officers of refusing to engage with them.


Officers recommend refusal of renewed planning permission for expansion at out-of-town retail park

15 March 2022
Officers recommend refusal of renewed planning permission for expansion at out-of-town retail park

Officers recommend refusal of renewed planning permission for expansion at out-of-town retail park

15 March 2022

Controversial plans for a major expansion at an out-of-town retail park in Inverness are being recommended for refusal by council officers.


War in Ukraine set to push Highland energy bills even higher

14 March 2022
War in Ukraine set to push Highland energy bills even higher

War in Ukraine set to push Highland energy bills even higher

14 March 2022

Households in the Highlands – where fuel poverty rates are among the worst in Scotland – could face higher energy bills due to the conflict in Ukraine


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