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Mobility advisers set to help people get moving in more remote parts of the Highlands

01 June 2021
Mobility advisers set to help people get moving in more remote parts of the Highlands

Mobility advisers set to help people get moving in more remote parts of the Highlands

01 June 2021

People with reduced mobility living in rural northern Scotland’s smaller towns and villages are set to benefit from a new service.


Life-saving scanning equipment from Raigmore Hospital is bound for Africa

30 May 2021
Life-saving scanning equipment from Raigmore Hospital is bound for Africa

Life-saving scanning equipment from Raigmore Hospital is bound for Africa

30 May 2021

A Raigmore Hospital sonographer and her retired fisherman uncle have teamed up to ship vital life-saving equipment to an impoverished African nation.


Mikeysline is miles better for volunteers moves – after raising £17k

30 May 2021
Mikeysline is miles better for volunteers moves – after raising £17k

Mikeysline is miles better for volunteers moves – after raising £17k

30 May 2021

A band of dedicated volunteer fundraisers have clocked up an incredible 22,628 miles for a Highland mental health charity.


Cradlehall youngsters nurture new shoots for the green recovery

29 May 2021
Cradlehall youngsters nurture new shoots for the green recovery

Cradlehall youngsters nurture new shoots for the green recovery

29 May 2021

Cradlehall Primary School youngsters are tackling climate change and contributing to green recovery aspirations with a new polytunnel.


Highland schools staff praised for rising to the challenges of the pandemic

25 May 2021
Highland schools staff praised for rising to the challenges of the pandemic

Highland schools staff praised for rising to the challenges of the pandemic

25 May 2021

School staff across the Highlands were praised by councillors last week for “professionalism and compassion” amid the challenges of the pandemic.


Parents warned as Inverness secondary school pupil tests positive for virus

24 May 2021
Parents warned as Inverness secondary school pupil tests positive for virus

Parents warned as Inverness secondary school pupil tests positive for virus

24 May 2021

Parents of pupils at an Inverness secondary school have been alerted after a child tested positive in a lateral flow device (LFD) test.


New jobs to boost arts in the Highlands

23 May 2021
New jobs to boost arts in the Highlands

New jobs to boost arts in the Highlands

23 May 2021

A group of arts organisations have received £300,000 to help shape cultural life in the Highlands.


Global Energy boss backs children's hospital charity

22 May 2021
Global Energy boss backs children's hospital charity

Global Energy boss backs children's hospital charity

22 May 2021

A children's hospital charity is set to harness the energy of one of Scotland’s most successful businessmen.


The ups and downs of cycling the Caledonia Way

21 May 2021
The ups and downs of cycling the Caledonia Way

The ups and downs of cycling the Caledonia Way

21 May 2021

ACTIVE OUTDOORS: Alasdair Fraser jumps back into the saddle for a spectacular long-distance trip through the Scottish Highlands


Tributes paid to 'one in a million' former footballer

20 May 2021
Tributes paid to 'one in a million' former footballer

Tributes paid to 'one in a million' former footballer

20 May 2021

A much-loved former Highland League footballer who made a lasting impact in local civic and sporting life will be laid to rest tomorrow.


Art inspired by Nairn area's landscape and folklore

19 May 2021
Art inspired by Nairn area's landscape and folklore

Art inspired by Nairn area's landscape and folklore

19 May 2021

Local landscape, myths and stories have provided the inspiration for a new art exhibition which has opened at Nairn Community and Arts Centre.


Inverness cinema lines up film delights for big screen-starved customers

19 May 2021
Inverness cinema lines up film delights for big screen-starved customers

Inverness cinema lines up film delights for big screen-starved customers

19 May 2021

Film lovers can feast on blockbusters, classics and family films as big screen entertainment returns to an Inverness cinema this month.


Fake phone threats on National Insurance numbers plague Highland residents

19 May 2021
Fake phone threats on National Insurance numbers plague Highland residents

Fake phone threats on National Insurance numbers plague Highland residents

19 May 2021

A telephone scam is seeking to intimidate Highland residents into disclosing personal details with fake threats over National Insurance (NI) numbers.


Highland Council's Gaelic translations get right under the skin!

19 May 2021
Highland Council's Gaelic translations get right under the skin!

Highland Council's Gaelic translations get right under the skin!

19 May 2021

A Highland Council Gaelic translation service has been lauded for its work – after scripting everything from committee papers to a person’s tattoo.


Deadline approaching for applications to Scotland's multi-million pound Regeneration Capital Grant Fund

19 May 2021
Deadline approaching for applications to Scotland's multi-million pound Regeneration Capital Grant Fund

Deadline approaching for applications to Scotland's multi-million pound Regeneration Capital Grant Fund

19 May 2021

Highland Council is alerting community groups to the looming deadline for securing funding from Scotland's Regeneration Capital Grant Fund.


Local bodybuilder has flex appeal after edging closer to his dream of turning professional

19 May 2021
Local bodybuilder has flex appeal after edging closer to his dream of turning professional

Local bodybuilder has flex appeal after edging closer to his dream of turning professional

19 May 2021

An ambitious Inverness bodybuilder is muscling in on his dream of turning professional after a big victory in England last week.


ASK THE DOC: ‘I have low blood pressure’

17 May 2021
ASK THE DOC: ‘I have low blood pressure’

ASK THE DOC: ‘I have low blood pressure’

17 May 2021

Q. My doctor thinks my blood pressure might be too low. What does this mean?


WATCH: Highland-Palestine protest calls on Highland Council to end pension fund investment in arms trader linked to Israeli Government attacks on civilians

17 May 2021
WATCH: Highland-Palestine protest calls on Highland Council to end pension fund investment in arms trader linked to Israeli Government attacks on civilians

WATCH: Highland-Palestine protest calls on Highland Council to end pension fund investment in arms trader linked to Israeli Government attacks on civilians

17 May 2021

Protestors in vigil outside Town House to highlight use of weaponry linked to Highland Council pension fund used against Palestinian civilians


'We're all going on a summer holiday' ... to Blackpool!

17 May 2021
'We're all going on a summer holiday' ... to Blackpool!

'We're all going on a summer holiday' ... to Blackpool!

17 May 2021

A UK hotel chain claims Inverness folk will ditch foreign holidays for a trip to the British seaside this summer – with Blackpool top destination.


Vigil held at Inverness Town House to mark Nakba Day and highlight how council pension fund bankrolls weaponry used against civilians in Palestine

17 May 2021
Vigil held at Inverness Town House to mark Nakba Day and highlight how council pension fund bankrolls weaponry used against civilians in Palestine

Vigil held at Inverness Town House to mark Nakba Day and highlight how council pension fund bankrolls weaponry used against civilians in Palestine

17 May 2021

A protest highlighting how Highland Council’s pensions help fund weaponry used against civilians in Palestine and elsewhere took place on Saturday.


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