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Nobel Prize winner's CT legacy 'still evident to this day'

Nobel Prize winner's CT legacy 'still evident to this day'

Nobel Prize winner's CT legacy 'still evident to this day'

24 February 2024

The legacy of a Nobel Prize winner who came from a Wick family "remains evident to this day" – a century after he was born.


Jamie Stone slams pause on healthcare projects as 'shocking indictment'

Jamie Stone slams pause on healthcare projects as 'shocking indictment'

Jamie Stone slams pause on healthcare projects as 'shocking indictment'

20 February 2024

Jamie Stone has accused the Scottish Government of "unforgivable incompetence" over the pause on funding for healthcare construction projects.


NHS HIGHLAND: It is time to take up vaccination offer

NHS HIGHLAND: It is time to take up vaccination offer

NHS HIGHLAND: It is time to take up vaccination offer

18 February 2024

Covid vaccine is still important especially for the most vulnerable, older people and those with reduced immunity, says Dr Tim Allison.


Raigmore are 'first in Scotland' to employ new breast cancer treatment

Raigmore are 'first in Scotland' to employ new breast cancer treatment

Raigmore are 'first in Scotland' to employ new breast cancer treatment

13 February 2024

The breast team at Raigmore Hospital were first to use the new Pintuition System.


Strongman Luke Stoltman's message to 'incredible' NHS Highland staff

Strongman Luke Stoltman's message to 'incredible' NHS Highland staff

Strongman Luke Stoltman's message to 'incredible' NHS Highland staff

05 February 2024

'The infant feeding service they offered was really incredible and gave Kushi Stoltman and me a lot of confidence going home.'


Soaring caesarean rate in far north exposes maternity failings, says MSP

Soaring caesarean rate in far north exposes maternity failings, says MSP

Soaring caesarean rate in far north exposes maternity failings, says MSP

05 February 2024

Caesarean births in the far north have rocketed as maternity services have been cut, says Highlands and Islands MSP Edward Mountain.


Legionella detected in water at Invergordon County Hospital, NHS confirms

Legionella detected in water at Invergordon County Hospital, NHS confirms

Legionella detected in water at Invergordon County Hospital, NHS confirms

04 February 2024

Following the discovery the health authority said it immediately put safety measures in place to "prevent harm to patients and staff".


Parklands reveal new appointment at Tain's Innis Mhor Care Home

Parklands reveal new appointment at Tain's Innis Mhor Care Home

Parklands reveal new appointment at Tain's Innis Mhor Care Home

03 February 2024

A Tain carer has worked her way up the ladder to deputy manager level.


Update from Caithness and north Sutherland dementia advisor on services available

Update from Caithness and north Sutherland dementia advisor on services available

Update from Caithness and north Sutherland dementia advisor on services available

01 February 2024

A dementia advisor working across Caithness and north Sutherland wanted give an update on her services since taking up the job in October 2022.


Why we should all take time to talk and listen

Why we should all take time to talk and listen

Why we should all take time to talk and listen

01 February 2024

"We should never underestimate the ability to change lives by being there for others," says Highland councillor.


Highland Green MSP welcomes positive impact that disposable vapes ban will have on the region

Highland Green MSP welcomes positive impact that disposable vapes ban will have on the region

Highland Green MSP welcomes positive impact that disposable vapes ban will have on the region

31 January 2024

The forthcoming ban on disposable vapes will mean a cleaner, greener and healthier future for people in the Highlands according to a local MSP.


Rosehall Primary School seeks help from Tesco customers

Rosehall Primary School seeks help from Tesco customers

Rosehall Primary School seeks help from Tesco customers

30 January 2024

A SMALL Sutherland primary school is seeking help from customers at Tesco's Tain store.


NHS HIGHLAND: Home is best for recovering patients

NHS HIGHLAND: Home is best for recovering patients

NHS HIGHLAND: Home is best for recovering patients

28 January 2024

Once someone is well enough to go home, staying longer in hospital can reduce their independence, says our columnist.


Charity highlights need for specialist Parkinson's nurses in the Highlands

Charity highlights need for specialist Parkinson's nurses in the Highlands

Charity highlights need for specialist Parkinson's nurses in the Highlands

27 January 2024

A charity is calling for more specialist nurses in the north of Scotland to help sufferers of Parkinson’s.


Highland MSP hits back after Jason Leitch brands him as ‘rude’ in message to Humza Yousaf

Highland MSP hits back after Jason Leitch brands him as ‘rude’ in message to Humza Yousaf

Highland MSP hits back after Jason Leitch brands him as ‘rude’ in message to Humza Yousaf

26 January 2024

Now Edward Mountain slams ‘petulant’ exchange adding it is not his job to be ‘subservient to the Scottish Government’.


WATCH: Highland MSPs baffled by Yousaf's response to healthcare investment halt

WATCH: Highland MSPs baffled by Yousaf's response to healthcare investment halt

WATCH: Highland MSPs baffled by Yousaf's response to healthcare investment halt

25 January 2024

Labour and Tory MSPs slam First Minister for avoiding responsibility for Scottish Government decisions and again blaming Westminster.


Lybster man's healing space ambition after turning dark episode into positive force

Lybster man's healing space ambition after turning dark episode into positive force

Lybster man's healing space ambition after turning dark episode into positive force

25 January 2024

A Lybster man talks about his vision of creating a healing space in the village and how he turned past negative experiences into a positive force.


'Step up to the mark or resign': MSP challenged over pause on health projects

'Step up to the mark or resign': MSP challenged over pause on health projects

'Step up to the mark or resign': MSP challenged over pause on health projects

24 January 2024

Maree Todd is being urged to consider her position as constituency MSP as the fallout continues over the pause on new healthcare projects.


EDWARD MOUNTAIN: Halt on capital projects 'another hammer blow' for NHS Highland

EDWARD MOUNTAIN: Halt on capital projects 'another hammer blow' for NHS Highland

EDWARD MOUNTAIN: Halt on capital projects 'another hammer blow' for NHS Highland

23 January 2024

He says the stop 'places in great jeopardy the refurbishment of Raigmore’s maternity unit and projects in Caithness and Lochaber.'


Scottish Government confirms 'paused' flagship NHS Highland projects not a 'priority'

Scottish Government confirms 'paused' flagship NHS Highland projects not a 'priority'

Scottish Government confirms 'paused' flagship NHS Highland projects not a 'priority'

23 January 2024

A government spokesman says Westminster's failure to 'inflation-proof its capital budget' resulted in a 'nearly a 10 per cent real-terms cut.'


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