A little online familiarity can go quite a long way.
The health service is seldom out of the headlines these days for a range of negative reasons.
"The Covid inquiry has been highly effective in trashing the reputations or at least exposing the human flaws of the key decision-makers."
The question looms large as to whether or not he will be our representative at Westminster.
It’s almost impossible to get through a day without being cited of “broken Britain” supposedly falling apart. Have things ever been worse?
The venue, which has more than 2,000 members, is being replaced by a bowling venue.
The older you get, the easier it is to remain sunk into your comfort zone, says our columnist.
It is a landmark day in the calendar and for better or for worse many people will just let go and enjoy it.
Strikes at the University of the Highlands and Islands rounded off a grim year of disruption in education, in which schools were hit desperately hard.
It’s an unhappy fact that the nationwide ‘obesity crisis’ is worsening all the time, with the range of health problems it brings, says our columnist.
A letter from the Department of Work and Pensions that I’d be receiving a £500 winter fuel payment put a spring in my step on a chilly winter morning.
Chelsie Allison, Miss Scotland, is justifiably proud of bringing that title to Inverness.
We have our problems here but the pace of life is less hectic and less stressful, says our columnist.
There should also be no underestimating the vote-losing resentment directed at the sheer arrogance of the SNP, says our columnist.
Anger over millions cut from schools budgets has a familiar ring. Parental protest over closures and cutbacks has resounded down the generations.
New census figures have revealed that almost a quarter of the population of the Highlands is over the age of 65.
I have a wedding to attend outside London and the bride-to-be was visiting her parents when I made a regular call for an update on the news.
There’s been a drastic change since the era of George Osborne and Danny Alexander, says our columnist.
Fergus Ewing is more than making up for lost time, says our columnist.
There was nothing illustrious about the castle when it was home to the sheriff court, there were certainly no traces of grandeur, says our columnist.