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Inverness based energy group appoints Pentland Firth tidal power boss as new chief executive

18 January 2021
Inverness based energy group appoints Pentland Firth tidal power boss as new chief executive

Inverness based energy group appoints Pentland Firth tidal power boss as new chief executive

18 January 2021

Highland energy giant appoints renewable energy boss as new chief executive


Inverness windows firm in the frame for celebration as sales shoot up by two-thirds

18 January 2021
Inverness windows firm in the frame for celebration as sales shoot up by two-thirds

Inverness windows firm in the frame for celebration as sales shoot up by two-thirds

18 January 2021

Inverness manufacturer Cairngorm Windows recorded a 66 per cent leap in domestic sales in the last half of 2020


One down, 99 to go as first Moray East wind turbine installed

15 January 2021
One down, 99 to go as first Moray East wind turbine installed

One down, 99 to go as first Moray East wind turbine installed

15 January 2021

The first wind turbine has been installed at the 950MW Moray East offshore wind farm


Highland businesses urged to apply as deadline looms for events sector emergency Covid support fund

15 January 2021
Highland businesses urged to apply as deadline looms for events sector emergency Covid support fund

Highland businesses urged to apply as deadline looms for events sector emergency Covid support fund

15 January 2021

Highland events businesses have until Monday to apply for a share of a £6 million fund to help them cope with Covid


Orkney distilleries point the way forward for a carbon free whisky sector

14 January 2021
Orkney distilleries point the way forward for a carbon free whisky sector

Orkney distilleries point the way forward for a carbon free whisky sector

14 January 2021

Orkney distilleries are teaming up with the European Marine Energy Centre to help the distilling sector decarbonise


Chancellor Sunak warned that VAT reduction is vital to the survival of tourism and hospitality businesses

14 January 2021
Chancellor Sunak warned that VAT reduction is vital to the survival of tourism and hospitality businesses

Chancellor Sunak warned that VAT reduction is vital to the survival of tourism and hospitality businesses

14 January 2021

Chancellor Rishi Sunak is being called on to extend the reduced VAT rate for the Covid-hit hospitality sector


Retail group rescue package will ensure the survival of shops in Inverness, Fort Augustus and John O'Groats

13 January 2021
Retail group rescue package will ensure the survival of shops in Inverness, Fort Augustus and John O'Groats

Retail group rescue package will ensure the survival of shops in Inverness, Fort Augustus and John O'Groats

13 January 2021

The Ullapool branch of Edinburgh Woollen Mill is among 85 stores which will permanently close


XpoNorth webinar series looks at how heritage can inspire our creative future

12 January 2021
XpoNorth webinar series looks at how heritage can inspire our creative future

XpoNorth webinar series looks at how heritage can inspire our creative future

12 January 2021

A series of online webinars looking at how heritage can help shape the north's creative future makes a return


Moray and and Highland IT specialist Austen Clark looks at how the pandemic is transforming technology

12 January 2021
Moray and and Highland IT specialist Austen Clark looks at how the pandemic is transforming technology

Moray and and Highland IT specialist Austen Clark looks at how the pandemic is transforming technology

12 January 2021

Austen Clark of Turriff-based Clark IT looks at how our ways of working are being changed by Covid-19


NC500 toilet stop offs in Wester Ross and Sutherland to share in £3m tourism grant award

11 January 2021
NC500 toilet stop offs in Wester Ross and Sutherland to share in £3m tourism grant award

NC500 toilet stop offs in Wester Ross and Sutherland to share in £3m tourism grant award

11 January 2021

Ross-shire and Sutherland toilets in line for a share of £3 million national tourism upgrade


Highland group goes online to help hone your public speaking skills

10 January 2021
Highland group goes online to help hone your public speaking skills

Highland group goes online to help hone your public speaking skills

10 January 2021

An Inverness group which helps people build confidence for public speaking is to hold an online open evening


Ship's arrival marks next phase for Moray Firth wind farm project

08 January 2021
Ship's arrival marks next phase for Moray Firth wind farm project

Ship's arrival marks next phase for Moray Firth wind farm project

08 January 2021

A wind farm project off the Caithness coast is getting nearer completion with the arrival of a specialist vessel


New finance director will help Highlands and Islands Airports (HIAL) face post-Covid challenges

08 January 2021
 New finance director will help Highlands and Islands Airports (HIAL) face post-Covid challenges

New finance director will help Highlands and Islands Airports (HIAL) face post-Covid challenges

08 January 2021

Johanna Wallace has joined Highlands and Islands Airports (HIAL) as its new finance and commercial director


Opinion: Inverness Chamber chief's new year message calls for collaboration

08 January 2021
Opinion: Inverness Chamber chief's new year message calls for collaboration

Opinion: Inverness Chamber chief's new year message calls for collaboration

08 January 2021

Opinion: Business leaders need to work in partnership for the benefit of Inverness and the Highlands


It was déjà vu for two Inverness workers after they started a new job together for the second time in 17 years

04 January 2021
It was déjà vu for two Inverness workers after they started a new job together for the second time in 17 years

It was déjà vu for two Inverness workers after they started a new job together for the second time in 17 years

04 January 2021

Two workers who started a new job on the same day have found history repeating itself, more than 17 years later.


A slightly quieter year for Inverness Harbour still leaves it well placed for the challenges of 2020

30 December 2020
A slightly quieter year for Inverness Harbour still leaves it well placed for the challenges of 2020

A slightly quieter year for Inverness Harbour still leaves it well placed for the challenges of 2020

30 December 2020

A successful year has out Inverness Harbour in a strong position to face the challenges of Brexit and Covid


Wind farm study to analyse best-practice from other industries to help Scots supply chain secure work

22 December 2020
Wind farm study to analyse best-practice from other industries to help Scots supply chain secure work

Wind farm study to analyse best-practice from other industries to help Scots supply chain secure work

22 December 2020

New study will help smaller firms secure offshore wind work


Cycle-power courier service launches in Inverness – just in time for Christmas

21 December 2020
Cycle-power courier service launches in Inverness – just in time for Christmas

Cycle-power courier service launches in Inverness – just in time for Christmas

21 December 2020

New Inverness firm offers environmentally friendly pedal-powered courier service


Train passengers caught out by Covid-19 rule change can claim back from ScotRail

21 December 2020
Train passengers caught out by Covid-19 rule change can claim back from ScotRail

Train passengers caught out by Covid-19 rule change can claim back from ScotRail

21 December 2020

ScotRail offers free ticket refunds after Covid-19 Christmas rule changes


HIE study finds that not all Highland firms are ready for Brexit

21 December 2020
HIE study finds that not all Highland firms are ready for Brexit

HIE study finds that not all Highland firms are ready for Brexit

21 December 2020

Businesses in the Highlands and Islands are being urged to prepare for the UK's exit from the EU


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