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Extra flights drive up golf course visitors

Castle Stuart

ADDITIONAL air connections to the Highlands of Scotland have helped tee up record breaking visitor numbers to Castle Stuart Golf Links. The club, which has hosted the European Tour's Scottish Open four

New memorial marks South Kessock ferry disaster

Published: Sun 22 Oct 2017

ferry disaster

SIX men who drowned in an Inverness ferry disaster have been remembered with the unveiling of a new memorial. Dozens of people including descendants of the victimsturned out for the ceremony on Sunday

Parliamentary boundaries are 'at odds with reality'

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Published: Sun 22 Oct 2017

Drew Hendry

BOUNDARY changes that could leave the Highland Council area with just two MPs have been branded completely out of touch by politicians. If approved the proposals would see the existing three north constituencies

NHS Highland has 'particular pressures' on targets

Published: Sat 21 Oct 2017

NHS Highland

NHS Highland is promising extra cancer clinics after it failed to achieve national treatment target times for both that and planned surgical operations. New research has revealed that, between April and

Thousands of objectors fail to stop wind farm

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Published: Sun 22 Oct 2017

wind turbine

A CONTROVERSIAL wind farm has been approved by the Scottish Government despite almost 2000 objections. The plans by RES UK and Ireland to build 20 110m turbines between Nairn and Grantown were given the

More housing 'is needed' to boost the region

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Published: Fri 20 Oct 2017

housing

NOT enough homes are being built in the Highlands and those that are aren't affordable enough, a new report has argued. Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) has called for closer co-operation between

Brave widow finds voice to help Highland Hospice

Published: Fri 20 Oct 2017

Gaile Millidge

A WIDOW taking part in the Ness Factor competition is doing it to say thank you to Highland Hospice for caring for her husband. Gaile Millidge (40) wants to raise awareness in memory of Gary who died aged

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