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Members of Scots Guards Association step up efforts to revive branch

10 March 2022
Members of Scots Guards Association step up efforts to revive branch

Members of Scots Guards Association step up efforts to revive branch

10 March 2022

An invitation has been issued to Scots Guards amid efforts to reinvigorate its regimental association in the area.


Calendar of activities will mark 200th anniversary of Caledonian Canal

10 March 2022
Calendar of activities will mark 200th anniversary of Caledonian Canal

Calendar of activities will mark 200th anniversary of Caledonian Canal

10 March 2022

Events ranging from walking and running challenges to online experiences will mark the 200th anniversary of the opening of the Caledonian Canal.


Construction begins on pioneering £4.1m multi-purpose centre for young people with learning disabilities and complex needs

09 March 2022
Construction begins on pioneering £4.1m multi-purpose centre for young people with learning disabilities and complex needs

Construction begins on pioneering £4.1m multi-purpose centre for young people with learning disabilities and complex needs

09 March 2022

Construction has begun to develop Scotland’s first multi-purpose centre for young people with learning disabilities and complex needs.


Detectives investigating the murder of Nairn banker Alistair Wilson in 2004 travel to Canada to carry out witness interviews

05 March 2022
Detectives investigating the murder of Nairn banker Alistair Wilson in 2004 travel to Canada to carry out witness interviews

Detectives investigating the murder of Nairn banker Alistair Wilson in 2004 travel to Canada to carry out witness interviews

05 March 2022

Detectives investigating the murder of Alistair Wilson at his home in Nairn in 2004 travelled to Canada last week as part of their inquiries.


Scotland’s Census 2022 launches with a call for households to complete their return

28 February 2022
Scotland’s Census 2022 launches with a call for households to complete their return

Scotland’s Census 2022 launches with a call for households to complete their return

28 February 2022

Scotland’s Census 2022 launches today with a call for households across Scotland to complete their return.


Pandemic photography project reveals Highland resilience 'and what we're so lucky to have'

26 February 2022
Pandemic photography project reveals Highland resilience 'and what we're so lucky to have'

Pandemic photography project reveals Highland resilience 'and what we're so lucky to have'

26 February 2022

Encounters with people while out walking during the coronavirus pandemic have inspired a photographer and writer to put together an exhibition.


Campaigner vows to fight on as Blue Badge fee scrap bid suffers Highland Council setback

24 February 2022
Campaigner vows to fight on as Blue Badge fee scrap bid suffers Highland Council setback

Campaigner vows to fight on as Blue Badge fee scrap bid suffers Highland Council setback

24 February 2022

A campaigner for Blue Badge fees to be scrapped has vowed to carry on after councillors agreed they should remain in place in the Highlands.


Foolish use of tea lights caused £25k worth of damage to local authority house

21 February 2022
Foolish use of tea lights caused £25k worth of damage to local authority house

Foolish use of tea lights caused £25k worth of damage to local authority house

21 February 2022

More than £25,000 worth of damage was caused to a Nairn local authority house after a woman recklessly lit tea lights near furniture and a bed.


Startling figures reveal 200 young people in Highlands waiting more than a year to see mental health specialist

19 February 2022
Startling figures reveal 200 young people in Highlands waiting more than a year to see mental health specialist

Startling figures reveal 200 young people in Highlands waiting more than a year to see mental health specialist

19 February 2022

Figures reveal the number of young people waiting more than a year to see a mental health specialist has risen eight-fold in the past two years.


Store to close temporarily for revamp

03 February 2022
Store to close temporarily for revamp

Store to close temporarily for revamp

03 February 2022

Out-of-town fashion and homeware retailer Matalan is temporarily closing its Highland capital store at Inshes Retail Park for a revamp.


'Unique' micro whisky distillery planned at Highland capital hotel

03 February 2022
'Unique' micro whisky distillery planned at Highland capital hotel

'Unique' micro whisky distillery planned at Highland capital hotel

03 February 2022

Revised plans have been revealed for a “unique” micro whisky distillery for Inverness after a hotel changed its mind about developing a microbrewery.


Abolish standing charges from energy bills call from Highland Greens

29 January 2022
Abolish standing charges from energy bills call from Highland Greens

Abolish standing charges from energy bills call from Highland Greens

29 January 2022

Standing charges should be abolished from energy bills, according to Green Party members in the Highlands and Islands.


Work from home guidance to be relaxed in Scotland from next week

25 January 2022
Work from home guidance to be relaxed in Scotland from next week

Work from home guidance to be relaxed in Scotland from next week

25 January 2022

Advice urging people to work from home where possible is to be eased in favour of a hybrid working system in Scotland from Monday.


World-class climbing centre in Inverness set to open later this year after getting green light

21 January 2022
World-class climbing centre in Inverness set to open later this year after getting green light

World-class climbing centre in Inverness set to open later this year after getting green light

21 January 2022

It will include a full-sized Olympic-standard bouldering wall, children's walls and a weights room for mountain and adventure sports training.


Hollywood actress Karen Gillan to fly flag for Highlands as she is named Grand Marshal of New York Tartan Day Parade

14 January 2022
Hollywood actress Karen Gillan to fly flag for Highlands as she is named Grand Marshal of New York Tartan Day Parade

Hollywood actress Karen Gillan to fly flag for Highlands as she is named Grand Marshal of New York Tartan Day Parade

14 January 2022

Highland-born Hollywood actress Karen Gillan has been named as this year's Grand Marshal for the famous New York Tartan Day Parade


ASK THE HIGHLAND DOC: What do I need to pack in my first aid kit for hill walks?

09 January 2022
ASK THE HIGHLAND DOC: What do I need to pack in my first aid kit for hill walks?

ASK THE HIGHLAND DOC: What do I need to pack in my first aid kit for hill walks?

09 January 2022

Q. I’m planning some hillwalks in the next few months. What do I need to pack in my first aid kit?


People in poverty have borne brunt of coronavirus pandemic, says charity boss as project launched to help tackle fuel and food poverty

09 January 2022
People in poverty have borne brunt of coronavirus pandemic, says charity boss as project launched to help tackle fuel and food poverty

People in poverty have borne brunt of coronavirus pandemic, says charity boss as project launched to help tackle fuel and food poverty

09 January 2022

For people experiencing the greatest poverty, it can be a choice between whether to eat or heat, according to a Highland charity.


Young Highland lawyer has 'miracle' spine recovery after turning to physiotherapist

08 January 2022
Young Highland lawyer has 'miracle' spine recovery after turning to physiotherapist

Young Highland lawyer has 'miracle' spine recovery after turning to physiotherapist

08 January 2022

A young lawyer who endured three years of pain from profound warping to her spine has experienced life-changing recovery thanks to a physiotherapist.


Expansion plans at out-of-town retail park are inappropriate and should not be supported, say Highland Council officers

08 January 2022
Expansion plans at out-of-town retail park are inappropriate and should not be supported, say Highland Council officers

Expansion plans at out-of-town retail park are inappropriate and should not be supported, say Highland Council officers

08 January 2022

Renewed plans for a multimillion-pound expansion at an out-of-town retail park in Inverness are inappropriate, according to Highland Council officers.


Expansion plans at out-of-town retail park are inappropriate and should not be supported, say Highland Council officers

08 January 2022
Expansion plans at out-of-town retail park are inappropriate and should not be supported, say Highland Council officers

Expansion plans at out-of-town retail park are inappropriate and should not be supported, say Highland Council officers

08 January 2022

Renewed plans for a multimillion-pound expansion at an out-of-town retail park in Inverness are inappropriate, according to Highland Council officers.


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