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Population decline at heart of staffing issues in Caithness and Sutherland

Population decline at heart of staffing issues in Caithness and Sutherland

Population decline at heart of staffing issues in Caithness and Sutherland

24 February 2024

Business Focus by David Richardson


Population decline at heart of staffing issues in Caithness and Sutherland

Population decline at heart of staffing issues in Caithness and Sutherland

Population decline at heart of staffing issues in Caithness and Sutherland

24 February 2024

Business Focus by David Richardson


£24.5 million investment announced to secure plans for cable factory at Nigg

£24.5 million investment announced to secure plans for cable factory at Nigg

£24.5 million investment announced to secure plans for cable factory at Nigg

24 February 2024

£24.5 million of public sector support has been announced to secure Japanese company Sumitomo Electric Industries’ investment in a cable factory.


Young Lochinver entrepreneur says start-up loan was crucial to setting up her new shepherd's hut hospitality business

Young Lochinver entrepreneur says start-up loan was crucial to setting up her new shepherd's hut hospitality business

Young Lochinver entrepreneur says start-up loan was crucial to setting up her new shepherd's hut hospitality business

22 February 2024

Isobel Wright received a £20,000 loan from the British Business Bank’s Start Up Loans programme and Transmit Startups.


Dornoch Business Improvement District unveils inaugural board

Dornoch Business Improvement District unveils inaugural board

Dornoch Business Improvement District unveils inaugural board

20 February 2024

Seven of the eight positions have been filled, with one vacancy still outstanding.


UHI sites among 21 set to be hit by support staff strike action

UHI sites among 21 set to be hit by support staff strike action

UHI sites among 21 set to be hit by support staff strike action

16 February 2024

Strikes by Unison members are set to hit a number of Highland colleges later this month, after further industrial action was announced.


Highland Heroes 2024: Last chance to vote for your Heroes!

Highland Heroes 2024: Last chance to vote for your Heroes!

Highland Heroes 2024: Last chance to vote for your Heroes!

16 February 2024

Don’t miss your final chance to vote for your Highland Heroes 2024 ‒ voting closes on Sunday, February 18!


Property demand study launched by Highlands and Islands Enterprise

Property demand study launched by Highlands and Islands Enterprise

Property demand study launched by Highlands and Islands Enterprise

15 February 2024

A study is underway to find out what demand there is for commercial property and land in the Highlands and Islands.


Highland Council will work 'hand in hand' with businesses to realise Green Freeport potential

Highland Council will work 'hand in hand' with businesses to realise Green Freeport potential

Highland Council will work 'hand in hand' with businesses to realise Green Freeport potential

14 February 2024

Highland Council has responded to worries that not enough housing is planned to meet future demand in the region.


Business community calls for Highland Council to review development plan

Business community calls for Highland Council to review development plan

Business community calls for Highland Council to review development plan

13 February 2024

Highland business leaders want councillors to ‘seize the opportunity’ of the Cromarty and Inverness Green Freeport to boost 'critical' infrastructure.


Dornoch's Carnegie Whisky Cellars in running for retail award

Dornoch's Carnegie Whisky Cellars in running for retail award

Dornoch's Carnegie Whisky Cellars in running for retail award

12 February 2024

The outlet, which opened in June 2016, is Dornoch's only dedicated whisky shop.


Derelict Helmsdale filling station changes hands

Derelict Helmsdale filling station changes hands

Derelict Helmsdale filling station changes hands

10 February 2024

The service station, located on the A9 at Stafford Street, closed in 2008.


Highland Heroes 2024: Remember to vote for your Heroes!

Highland Heroes 2024: Remember to vote for your Heroes!

Highland Heroes 2024: Remember to vote for your Heroes!

09 February 2024

Don’t forget to vote for your Heroes by Sunday, February 18!


Community links 'more important than profit' to Highland businesses, HIE report finds

Community links 'more important than profit' to Highland businesses, HIE report finds

Community links 'more important than profit' to Highland businesses, HIE report finds

31 January 2024

Most businesses in the Highlands consider their links with the local community as either equal to or more important than their profitable growth.


'For Peat’s Sake' – Funding secured for peatland restoration project in Caithness and north Sutherland

'For Peat’s Sake' – Funding secured for peatland restoration project in Caithness and north Sutherland

'For Peat’s Sake' – Funding secured for peatland restoration project in Caithness and north Sutherland

31 January 2024

Funding has been awarded to help businesses in Caithness and north Sutherland diversify from traditional skills to green skills.


Heating bills crisis sparks help for hundreds of Albyn tenants in Highlands

Heating bills crisis sparks help for hundreds of Albyn tenants in Highlands

Heating bills crisis sparks help for hundreds of Albyn tenants in Highlands

29 January 2024

The biggest provider of affordable homes in the Highlands has secured heating bills support for 600 tenants to help them with winter costs.


Wind farm cash boost for Sutherland and Caithness projects – and funding is still available

Wind farm cash boost for Sutherland and Caithness projects – and funding is still available

Wind farm cash boost for Sutherland and Caithness projects – and funding is still available

29 January 2024

Money from the West of Orkney Wind Farm has been awarded to several groups – including work to tackle invasive Pacific Salmon in the north.


CAITHNESS CHAMBER: Investing in young workforce supports the whole north Highland region

CAITHNESS CHAMBER: Investing in young workforce supports the whole north Highland region

CAITHNESS CHAMBER: Investing in young workforce supports the whole north Highland region

27 January 2024

Trudy Morris, chief executive of Caithness Chamber of Commerce, welcomes the 'promising sign' that businesses are dedicated to the far north


Former spokesman for Tony Blair announced as keynote speaker for Highland Business Dinner 2024

Former spokesman for Tony Blair announced as keynote speaker for Highland Business Dinner 2024

Former spokesman for Tony Blair announced as keynote speaker for Highland Business Dinner 2024

24 January 2024

UK political thinker, Alastair Campbell, has been unveiled as the keynote speaker at the Inverness Chamber of Commerce Highland Business Dinner.


Planning permission sought for small 'bunkhouse' on croft near Lairg

Planning permission sought for small 'bunkhouse' on croft near Lairg

Planning permission sought for small 'bunkhouse' on croft near Lairg

24 January 2024

The bunkhouse would accommodate two beds and a washroom and toilet facility would be provided in part of a separate shed nearby.


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