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Young Highland cancer survivor shares favourite recipe with top chefs and celebrities

Young Highland cancer survivor shares favourite recipe with top chefs and celebrities

Young Highland cancer survivor shares favourite recipe with top chefs and celebrities

A young cancer survivor will showcase her favourite recipes alongside top chefs and celebrities in support of a national charity fundraiser.


Woman from Invergordon becomes one of first patients to be operated on with help of 'robot' at Raigmore Hospital

Woman from Invergordon becomes one of first patients to be operated on with help of 'robot' at Raigmore Hospital

Woman from Invergordon becomes one of first patients to be operated on with help of 'robot' at Raigmore Hospital

THE first robotic-assisted operations at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness have delighted medics and patient.


WATCH: Further £1.5M investment in visitor management approved by council

WATCH: Further £1.5M investment in visitor management approved by council

WATCH: Further £1.5M investment in visitor management approved by council

Highland Council has agreed to extend the Visitor Management Plan funding into the 2022 season by a one-off investment of £1.5m.


NHS Highland facing 'unprecedented pressures' with increased prevalence of Covid

NHS Highland facing 'unprecedented pressures' with increased prevalence of Covid

NHS Highland facing 'unprecedented pressures' with increased prevalence of Covid

NHS Highland says it is facing "unprecedented pressures" across its health and social care system, exacerbated by a rise in Covid-19 numbers.


'We're begging for help' – Durness family in plea for father living in severe pain after four cancelled operations

'We're begging for help' – Durness family in plea for father living in severe pain after four cancelled operations

'We're begging for help' – Durness family in plea for father living in severe pain after four cancelled operations

A Durness family are pleading with NHS Highland to move faster after a series of cancelled operations for a painful hernia.


Plea to health secretary for improved mental health services in rural areas

Plea to health secretary for improved mental health services in rural areas

Plea to health secretary for improved mental health services in rural areas

Mental health services in the Highlands are so bad that Conservative and Labour MSPs are working together alongside other parties to demand action.


North MP highlights work of nurses as he raises a cuppa for Macmillan

North MP highlights work of nurses as he raises a cuppa for Macmillan

North MP highlights work of nurses as he raises a cuppa for Macmillan

North MP Jamie Stone praised nurses for going "through hell and back" as he gave his backing to Macmillan Cancer Support.


Highland Council highlights World Suicide Prevention Day

Highland Council highlights World Suicide Prevention Day

Highland Council highlights World Suicide Prevention Day

World Suicide Prevention Day will be marked on Friday (Sept 10) with this year's theme being ‘Creating Hope Through Action’.


Warm weather warning for Sutherland dogs left in cars

Warm weather warning for Sutherland dogs left in cars

Warm weather warning for Sutherland dogs left in cars

Warm weather is returning to Sutherland with a 'mini heatwave' predicted for today and tomorrow but this can spell danger for dogs left in hot cars.


'Flu can be serious,' parents warned as two to five year olds invited for vaccine

'Flu can be serious,' parents warned as two to five year olds invited for vaccine

'Flu can be serious,' parents warned as two to five year olds invited for vaccine

Parents and carers of children aged two to five are being urged to get their child immunised against flu.


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