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COST OF LIVING CRISIS: 'People will die without urgent action', warns Age Scotland in call over fuel poverty

23 August 2022
COST OF LIVING CRISIS: 'People will die without urgent action', warns Age Scotland in call over fuel poverty

COST OF LIVING CRISIS: 'People will die without urgent action', warns Age Scotland in call over fuel poverty

23 August 2022

Urgent action is needed to protect older people at risk of fuel poverty due to rapidly rising energy bills, Age Scotland has warned.


Tributes paid following death of mother-of-two (44) during charity fundraising challenge

18 August 2022
Tributes paid following death of mother-of-two (44) during charity fundraising challenge

Tributes paid following death of mother-of-two (44) during charity fundraising challenge

18 August 2022

Tributes have been paid to a mother-of-two who tragically died during a charity fundraising challenge.


WATCH: 'Fantastic progress' on construction of pioneering centre for young people with learning disabilities and complex needs

16 August 2022
WATCH: 'Fantastic progress' on construction of pioneering centre for young people with learning disabilities and complex needs

WATCH: 'Fantastic progress' on construction of pioneering centre for young people with learning disabilities and complex needs

16 August 2022

Scotland’s first multi-purpose centre for young people with learning disabilities and complex needs is taking shape at a site in Inverness.


Female participant dies during Great Wilderness Challenge

15 August 2022
Female participant dies during Great Wilderness Challenge

Female participant dies during Great Wilderness Challenge

15 August 2022

A female participant collapsed and passed away during the Great Wilderness Challenge which raises money for good causes.


First patients welcomed to virtual respiratory ward

11 August 2022
First patients welcomed to virtual respiratory ward

First patients welcomed to virtual respiratory ward

11 August 2022

A virtual ward which enables respiratory patients to receive specialist care in their own homes has been launched by NHS Highland.


One person believed to be dead and others injured in linked incidents at three locations

10 August 2022
One person believed to be dead and others injured in linked incidents at three locations

One person believed to be dead and others injured in linked incidents at three locations

10 August 2022

One person is believed to have died and others have been hurt in a major incident involving three locations in the Highlands.


Health chief thanks Highland staff for extraordinary efforts

10 August 2022
Health chief thanks Highland staff for extraordinary efforts

Health chief thanks Highland staff for extraordinary efforts

10 August 2022

Health staff in the Highlands have been thanked for their efforts by Scotland’s health chief amid ongoing challenges.


Ban piercing guns, says Inverness piercer after influx of emergencies

09 August 2022
Ban piercing guns, says Inverness piercer after influx of emergencies

Ban piercing guns, says Inverness piercer after influx of emergencies

09 August 2022

A professional body piercer in Inverness is calling for a ban on piercing guns after seeing an influx of emergencies.


Urgent action needed to tackle rising numbers of short-term property lets, says MSP

08 August 2022
Urgent action needed to tackle rising numbers of short-term property lets, says MSP

Urgent action needed to tackle rising numbers of short-term property lets, says MSP

08 August 2022

Urgent action is needed to tackle increasing numbers of short-term property lets in the Highlands, according to an MSP.


Miniature vertical farms on bikes set off on tour bound for Highlands – with Easter Ross stops included

07 August 2022
Miniature vertical farms on bikes set off on tour bound for Highlands – with Easter Ross stops included

Miniature vertical farms on bikes set off on tour bound for Highlands – with Easter Ross stops included

07 August 2022

A fleet of cargo bikes displaying miniature vertical farms has set off from Edinburgh for a Scotland-wide tour ending in the Highlands.


Durness native's Atlantic row challenge

01 August 2022
Durness native's Atlantic row challenge

Durness native's Atlantic row challenge

01 August 2022

Johnnie Baillie spent his 80th birthday rowing as part of his Atlantic fundraiser.


Illness forces Eurovision runner-up Sam Ryder to cancel performance at Belladrum

28 July 2022
Illness forces Eurovision runner-up Sam Ryder to cancel performance at Belladrum

Illness forces Eurovision runner-up Sam Ryder to cancel performance at Belladrum

28 July 2022

UK Eurovision star Sam Ryder has cancelled tonight's performance at the Belladrum festival due to illness.


Lunch at Gordon Ramsay's at Savoy Hotel plus tour of the kitchen up for grabs in fundraising auction for Haven Centre

22 July 2022
Lunch at Gordon Ramsay's at Savoy Hotel plus tour of the kitchen up for grabs in fundraising auction for Haven Centre

Lunch at Gordon Ramsay's at Savoy Hotel plus tour of the kitchen up for grabs in fundraising auction for Haven Centre

22 July 2022

Lunch at Gordon Ramsay’s Savoy Grill is being offered in an auction to raise funds for a multi-purpose centre for young people with complex needs.


Fuel protesters target Kessock Bridge

05 July 2022
Fuel protesters target Kessock Bridge

Fuel protesters target Kessock Bridge

05 July 2022

Protesters targeted the Kessock Bridge in Inverness as part of a UK-wide demonstration over the impact of high fuel prices.


'It was terrifying to begin with but I haven’t got rid of the travel bug since!'

11 June 2022
'It was terrifying to begin with but I haven’t got rid of the travel bug since!'

'It was terrifying to begin with but I haven’t got rid of the travel bug since!'

11 June 2022

A Highland organisation giving a voice to young people has been awarded £60,000 for its life-changing work.


New rural and veterinary innovation centre set to bring further jobs boost to Inverness Campus

07 June 2022
New rural and veterinary innovation centre set to bring further jobs boost to Inverness Campus

New rural and veterinary innovation centre set to bring further jobs boost to Inverness Campus

07 June 2022

Hundreds of jobs are set to be created in the next few years as key projects come to fruition and development continues at Inverness Campus.


Acclaimed choir set for Sutherland summer date in aid of Mikeysline

30 May 2022
Acclaimed choir set for Sutherland summer date in aid of Mikeysline

Acclaimed choir set for Sutherland summer date in aid of Mikeysline

30 May 2022

An acclaimed choir from England will visit Dornoch this summer.


Eighty-six per cent of Highland households have now filled in returns for Scotland's Census

23 May 2022
Eighty-six per cent of Highland households have now filled in returns for Scotland's Census

Eighty-six per cent of Highland households have now filled in returns for Scotland's Census

23 May 2022

Deadline was extended by a month in April because of low completion rates


Police issue warning about bogus workmen in the Highlands

02 May 2022
Police issue warning about bogus workmen in the Highlands

Police issue warning about bogus workmen in the Highlands

02 May 2022

Police officers have issued a warning following reported incidents of bogus workmen calling at the homes of elderly and vulnerable people.


'Staggering' gains as clients seek help from Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS)

30 April 2022
'Staggering' gains as clients seek help from Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS)

'Staggering' gains as clients seek help from Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS)

30 April 2022

Clients gaining from help from the Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) network are on average £4400 better off, new figures reveal.


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