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Fresh warnings on rogue traders and doorstep scams in Highlands

30 April 2021
Fresh warnings on rogue traders and doorstep scams in Highlands

Fresh warnings on rogue traders and doorstep scams in Highlands

30 April 2021

A new campaign is being launched warning of the dangers of bogus and rogue trader crime.


Highland sport's clubs, players and officials stand in solidarity with the #StopOnlineAbuse social media boycott

30 April 2021
Highland sport's clubs, players and officials stand in solidarity with the #StopOnlineAbuse social media boycott

Highland sport's clubs, players and officials stand in solidarity with the #StopOnlineAbuse social media boycott

30 April 2021

Sport in the Highlands will unite this weekend in solidarity against the scourge of online abuse by joining a UK-wide boycott of social media.


‘Let’s teach on climate crisis’

29 April 2021
‘Let’s teach on climate crisis’

‘Let’s teach on climate crisis’

29 April 2021

A youth-led campaign to refocus the entire education system on the world’s climate emergency hit Inverness last week.


International military might to gather for massive exercise around the north-west Highland coast

29 April 2021
International military might to gather for massive exercise around the north-west Highland coast

International military might to gather for massive exercise around the north-west Highland coast

29 April 2021

A massive UK-led multinational ‘war games’ exercise will hit Scotland’s north-west coasts next week.


Air traffic controllers ground part of industrial action plan to keep ballot boxes in the skies after election

29 April 2021
Air traffic controllers ground part of industrial action plan to keep ballot boxes in the skies after election

Air traffic controllers ground part of industrial action plan to keep ballot boxes in the skies after election

29 April 2021

Air traffic controllers have agreed to ease industrial action to ensure the smooth-running of Scottish parliamentary election counts.


Plea to Highland public for patience on Covid-19 jags

29 April 2021
Plea to Highland public for patience on Covid-19 jags

Plea to Highland public for patience on Covid-19 jags

29 April 2021

NHS Highland is calling for patience from the public as the Covid-19 vaccination programme continues to roll out across the region.


Loch Ness rated UK's favourite wild swimming 'spot' in a new study

29 April 2021
Loch Ness rated UK's favourite wild swimming 'spot' in a new study

Loch Ness rated UK's favourite wild swimming 'spot' in a new study

29 April 2021

Loch Ness has been named the UK’s most popular wild swimming destination in new research.


NHS volunteer army stands down after heroic efforts during the pandemic

29 April 2021
NHS volunteer army stands down after heroic efforts during the pandemic

NHS volunteer army stands down after heroic efforts during the pandemic

29 April 2021

Tributes have been paid to an army of NHS volunteers who gave their time to help staff, patients and members of the public at Raigmore Hospital.


New care home is 'part of the community', owners say

26 April 2021
New care home is 'part of the community', owners say

New care home is 'part of the community', owners say

26 April 2021

The team behind a newly opened £5.5 million Black Isle care home have spelled out a desire for it to become an integral part of the community.


Revamped gym is Forge-ing ahead

23 April 2021
Revamped gym is Forge-ing ahead

Revamped gym is Forge-ing ahead

23 April 2021

With gyms strictly out of bounds for long months of lockdown, a spot of heavy lifting would seem like no great chore to lads who love to pump iron.


Tesco stores in Inverness turn pink for special cause

22 April 2021
Tesco stores in Inverness turn pink for special cause

Tesco stores in Inverness turn pink for special cause

22 April 2021

Tesco staff at stores across Inverness will be in the pink – in a show support for Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life.


Inverness is one of the fastest places to sit practical driving test

22 April 2021
Inverness is one of the fastest places to sit practical driving test

Inverness is one of the fastest places to sit practical driving test

22 April 2021

Inverness has one of the UK’s shortest waiting times to sit a practical driving test, research has shown.


NHS building left unlocked overnight prompts security review

21 April 2021
NHS building left unlocked overnight prompts security review

NHS building left unlocked overnight prompts security review

21 April 2021

A review of security has been completed at a learning disabilities day care centre in Inverness left unlocked and unprotected overnight.


Leading Inverness publican declares pub curfews an "own goal" in the fight against Covid-19

20 April 2021
Leading Inverness publican declares pub curfews an "own goal" in the fight against Covid-19

Leading Inverness publican declares pub curfews an "own goal" in the fight against Covid-19

20 April 2021

An award-winning Inverness publican failed to sway Scotland’s First Minister with a warning that hospitality curfews could heighten Covid-19 risks.


New affordable homes can be key to Cannich's future

19 April 2021
New affordable homes can be key to Cannich's future

New affordable homes can be key to Cannich's future

19 April 2021

Construction work is under way on two new affordable houses to rent in Cannich.


App offers new hope in combating drug harm

18 April 2021
App offers new hope in combating drug harm

App offers new hope in combating drug harm

18 April 2021

A new app has been launched in a bid to help reduce drug-related harm and deaths in the Highlands.


Jury fury over court date confusion

17 April 2021
Jury fury over court date confusion

Jury fury over court date confusion

17 April 2021

A self-employed man has hit out at Scotland’s “shambolic” jury service system after contradictory instructions had him attending on the wrong day.


A pedal to Portugal – without a passport

15 April 2021
A pedal to Portugal – without a passport

A pedal to Portugal – without a passport

15 April 2021

As an HGV driver, John Mackinnon was used to clocking up countless road miles. Behind the wheel of a stationary spin bike, it was brand new territory.


FROM THE ARCHIVES: Field of blood fears became a reality at the Battle of Culloden

14 April 2021
FROM THE ARCHIVES: Field of blood fears became a reality at the Battle of Culloden

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Field of blood fears became a reality at the Battle of Culloden

14 April 2021

The Battle of Culloden in 1746 was the culmination of a religious civil war which had been raging on and off for nearly 60 years.


Charity will be making moo-ves along a new art trail

13 April 2021
Charity will be making moo-ves along a new art trail

Charity will be making moo-ves along a new art trail

13 April 2021

For the last two years, they have sent people nuts in search of squirrels along a colourful art trail.


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