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Highland MSPs welcome “opportunities” arising from Humza Yousaf’s split of Green-SNP coalition

Highland MSPs welcome “opportunities” arising from Humza Yousaf’s split of Green-SNP coalition

Highland MSPs welcome “opportunities” arising from Humza Yousaf’s split of Green-SNP coalition

26 April 2024

Local MSPs are mostly welcoming Humza Yousaf’s decision to ditch the SNP-Green Scottish Government partnership as a positive for the Highlands.


‘I will miss my customers across the north of Scotland and beyond’

‘I will miss my customers across the north of Scotland and beyond’

‘I will miss my customers across the north of Scotland and beyond’

26 April 2024

Sheona Campbell retires today as advertisement manager for the John O’Groat Journal, Caithness Courier and Northern Times.


Manager looks ahead to life after Brora Rangers as he prepares for final game

Manager looks ahead to life after Brora Rangers as he prepares for final game

Manager looks ahead to life after Brora Rangers as he prepares for final game

26 April 2024

Boss brings 12 year association with the Cattachs to an end.


Scrabster to Stromness ferry operator NorthLink sets Gold standard for green award

Scrabster to Stromness ferry operator NorthLink sets Gold standard for green award

Scrabster to Stromness ferry operator NorthLink sets Gold standard for green award

25 April 2024

NorthLink Ferries has become the first ferry operator to achieve Gold standard in an environmental awards programme.


NICKY MARR: We may have Nessie, but we lack confidence, ambition, and infrastructure

NICKY MARR: We may have Nessie, but we lack confidence, ambition, and infrastructure

NICKY MARR: We may have Nessie, but we lack confidence, ambition, and infrastructure

24 April 2024

I love living here. But I implore our national and regional leaders to travel. And watch and notice what others do better and bring that home.


Loganair to cut Inverness flights in bid to restore “image and reputation” after stormy 18 months

Loganair to cut Inverness flights in bid to restore “image and reputation” after stormy 18 months

Loganair to cut Inverness flights in bid to restore “image and reputation” after stormy 18 months

24 April 2024

Loganair flights between Inverness and Manchester and Inverness and Stornoway will be reduced in number this summer.


Moray West wind farm blades ‘bigger than Wembley pitch’ installed off Caithness coast

Moray West wind farm blades ‘bigger than Wembley pitch’ installed off Caithness coast

Moray West wind farm blades ‘bigger than Wembley pitch’ installed off Caithness coast

24 April 2024

Wind turbine blades longer than the Wembley Stadium pitch have begun to be put in place as part of an offshore wind farm off the Caithness coast.


EDWARD MOUNTAIN: Mobile units can help detect bowel cancer in Sutherland and other rural areas

EDWARD MOUNTAIN: Mobile units can help detect bowel cancer in Sutherland and other rural areas

EDWARD MOUNTAIN: Mobile units can help detect bowel cancer in Sutherland and other rural areas

24 April 2024

Holyrood Notebook by Edward Mountain


ARIANE BURGESS: Green voice is essential despite Scottish Government setback on 2030 net zero targets

ARIANE BURGESS: Green voice is essential despite Scottish Government setback on 2030 net zero targets

ARIANE BURGESS: Green voice is essential despite Scottish Government setback on 2030 net zero targets

23 April 2024

Holyrood Notebook by Ariane Burgess


THE WAY I SEE IT: Scottish Government dropped the ball on climate change - here’s what must happen now

THE WAY I SEE IT: Scottish Government dropped the ball on climate change - here’s what must happen now

THE WAY I SEE IT: Scottish Government dropped the ball on climate change - here’s what must happen now

22 April 2024

David Green has some inside knowledge on climate policy and heard the alarm bells ringing many years ago.


CHRISTIAN VIEWPOINT: Assisted dying is a complicated topic

CHRISTIAN VIEWPOINT: Assisted dying is a complicated topic

CHRISTIAN VIEWPOINT: Assisted dying is a complicated topic

21 April 2024

Christians believe life is a precious gift from God, and dying a solemn transition.


Sewage dumped in Highlands 1500 times last year

Sewage dumped in Highlands 1500 times last year

Sewage dumped in Highlands 1500 times last year

16 April 2024

Sewage was dumped in the Highland area almost 1500 times last year – a figure described as "disgusting" by far north MP Jamie Stone.


NHS HIGHLAND: Balance needed between action and caution

NHS HIGHLAND: Balance needed between action and caution

NHS HIGHLAND: Balance needed between action and caution

14 April 2024

Walking, cycling or gardening is good for our health - but we may need to be cautious about a sudden increase in activity, says our columnist.


CHRISTIAN VIEWPOINT: Rejoicing together in God’s bigness and love can bring an oasis of refreshment

CHRISTIAN VIEWPOINT: Rejoicing together in God’s bigness and love can bring an oasis of refreshment

CHRISTIAN VIEWPOINT: Rejoicing together in God’s bigness and love can bring an oasis of refreshment

14 April 2024

Business leader advises to live lives unashamedly unsegmented, says our columnist.


BUSINESS INSIGHT: What will happen to our waste?

BUSINESS INSIGHT: What will happen to our waste?

BUSINESS INSIGHT: What will happen to our waste?

13 April 2024

10% of small Highland business owners spend 8+ hours per week on regulatory compliance, adding more must be done sparingly, says our columnist.


NHS Highland working to “improve patient experience” after our investigation highlights excessive waiting times for emergency treatment

NHS Highland working to “improve patient experience” after our investigation highlights excessive waiting times for emergency treatment

NHS Highland working to “improve patient experience” after our investigation highlights excessive waiting times for emergency treatment

12 April 2024

NHS Highland is working to “improve patient experience” after we unearth evidence of excessive waiting times for people requiring emergency treatment.


12-hour shift on the front line with Inverness’s ambulance service

12-hour shift on the front line with Inverness’s ambulance service

12-hour shift on the front line with Inverness’s ambulance service

12 April 2024

For 12-hours I witnessed the gruelling work our ambulance service in Inverness takes on each day in order to save lives.


‘Unprecedented infestation’ of rats at Dounreay site

‘Unprecedented infestation’ of rats at Dounreay site

‘Unprecedented infestation’ of rats at Dounreay site

12 April 2024

Dounreay has had to bring in pest controllers to deal with an "unprecedented infestation of rats," according to a safety rep at the site.


Launch event at airport will highlight vital Caithness role in World War II

Launch event at airport will highlight vital Caithness role in World War II

Launch event at airport will highlight vital Caithness role in World War II

11 April 2024

A World War II heritage trail highlighting how Caithness played its part in the fight against Nazi Germany will be officially launched next weekend.


Highland Muslim community speak about Ramadan as celebration draws to a close

Highland Muslim community speak about Ramadan as celebration draws to a close

Highland Muslim community speak about Ramadan as celebration draws to a close

09 April 2024

The Muslim community in the Highlands have been partaking in Ramadan since March 11.


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