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Posties look set to strike for three days soon

Posties look set to strike for three days soon

Posties look set to strike for three days soon

10 August 2022

More than 115,000 postal workers throughout the UK will take part in the biggest strike of summer so far to demand a "dignified, proper pay rise".


Companies in Scotland being tested by staff shortages and rising costs

Companies in Scotland being tested by staff shortages and rising costs

Companies in Scotland being tested by staff shortages and rising costs

03 August 2022

Mounting overheads, skills shortages and concerns about the economy have led to a drop in Scottish business confidence.


WATCH: Why a Highland green freeport is as much about equality as revenue

WATCH: Why a Highland green freeport is as much about equality as revenue

WATCH: Why a Highland green freeport is as much about equality as revenue

03 August 2022

Nicky Marr hears how women will have a central role in potentially the biggest economic boom in the north since oil and gas


WATCH: Why the UK may 'fail' to make its net zero targets without a Highland green freeport

WATCH: Why the UK may 'fail' to make its net zero targets without a Highland green freeport

WATCH: Why the UK may 'fail' to make its net zero targets without a Highland green freeport

01 August 2022

Nicky Marr sits down with the movers behind the bid to find out why the north is so important to green energy


Scourie based Loch Duart salmon producer is sponsor of US fashion event Dressed to Kilt

Scourie based Loch Duart salmon producer is sponsor of US fashion event Dressed to Kilt

Scourie based Loch Duart salmon producer is sponsor of US fashion event Dressed to Kilt

01 August 2022

Dressed to Kilt was co-founded in 2003 by Sir Sean Connery to showcase the very best of Scotland.


Sponsored content: Crofting law and land reform with Harper Macleod

Sponsored content: Crofting law and land reform with Harper Macleod

Sponsored content: Crofting law and land reform with Harper Macleod

29 July 2022

It’s likely that crofting reform will move up the Scottish Government’s agenda


Rising cost of fuel is hurting furthest flung businesses who rely on visitors

Rising cost of fuel is hurting furthest flung businesses who rely on visitors

Rising cost of fuel is hurting furthest flung businesses who rely on visitors

29 July 2022

The rising cost of fuel and other living costs is starting to have a real impact on businesses in the far north.


West coast hotel toasting success in culinary arts awards

West coast hotel toasting success in culinary arts awards

West coast hotel toasting success in culinary arts awards

26 July 2022

A PRESTIGIOUS Wester Ross hotel is celebrating a culinary coup after a manager was honoured at the acclaimed Royal Academy of Culinary Arts Awards.


Online events to offer help to short-term let providers ahead of new legislation

Online events to offer help to short-term let providers ahead of new legislation

Online events to offer help to short-term let providers ahead of new legislation

26 July 2022

Self-catering businesses and short-term let providers across Sutherland and Caithness are being offered support.


ScotRail warns customers of significant disruption

ScotRail warns customers of significant disruption

ScotRail warns customers of significant disruption

25 July 2022

Due to strike action by RMT members of Network Rail, ScotRail is warning customers in the Highlands to expect disruption starting this week.


New food place set to open in Lochinver

New food place set to open in Lochinver

New food place set to open in Lochinver

24 July 2022

A new Lochinver café takeaway named The Old Net Shed, which will offer high quality food at a mid–range price for both locals and tourists.


Ross-shire claims frontrunner status in green freeport bid as industry heavyweights back proposal

Ross-shire claims frontrunner status in green freeport bid as industry heavyweights back proposal

Ross-shire claims frontrunner status in green freeport bid as industry heavyweights back proposal

22 July 2022

Jobs and investment are at stake as rival bidders strive for the status offering a variety of advantages for development.


Record entries and a new charity partner for tourism awards announced!

Record entries and a new charity partner for tourism awards announced!

Record entries and a new charity partner for tourism awards announced!

22 July 2022

Highlands and Islands Tourism Awards (HITA) 2022 announces new charity partner Mikeysline and record entries as the Awards return


Seaweed farming workshops to be held in Scourie and Lochinver next week

Seaweed farming workshops to be held in Scourie and Lochinver next week

Seaweed farming workshops to be held in Scourie and Lochinver next week

21 July 2022

The current status of seaweed farming will be outlined at the workshops.


'Real opportunities' at Dingwall packaging plant as recruitment crisis bites

'Real opportunities' at Dingwall packaging plant as recruitment crisis bites

'Real opportunities' at Dingwall packaging plant as recruitment crisis bites

20 July 2022

A company with a state of the art Dingwall base that prepares salmon for some of the world's leading restaurants is facing a recruitment crisis.


Jodie Gordon makes history as first female Tulloch Homes' apprentice

Jodie Gordon makes history as first female Tulloch Homes' apprentice

Jodie Gordon makes history as first female Tulloch Homes' apprentice

20 July 2022

Jodie Gordon, from Ardersier, has become Tulloch Homes’ first-ever female apprentice, as a part of Tulloch's largest apprenticeship programme.


Highland Business Week makes its return this September

Highland Business Week makes its return this September

Highland Business Week makes its return this September

11 July 2022

The Highland Business Awards will return in September. Nominations are now open.


Opportunity knocks for Cromarty Firth and wider Highlands as green freeport bidders play waiting game

Opportunity knocks for Cromarty Firth and wider Highlands as green freeport bidders play waiting game

Opportunity knocks for Cromarty Firth and wider Highlands as green freeport bidders play waiting game

10 July 2022

Opportunity Cromarty Firth's green freeport bid faces stiff competition but backers remain adamant over the impact success could have.


The Angry Seagull fish and chip bar has landed

The Angry Seagull fish and chip bar has landed

The Angry Seagull fish and chip bar has landed

08 July 2022

The Angry Seagull Fish and Chip bar has opened at Dornoch Castle Hotel, serving local fresh food that can be enjoyed in lovely surroundings.


New distillery's visitor centre set to open its doors on Friday

New distillery's visitor centre set to open its doors on Friday

New distillery's visitor centre set to open its doors on Friday

06 July 2022

A ROSS-SHIRE distillery will open the doors of its transformed visitor centre to the public on Friday.


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