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Opinion: The SNP's refusal of the UK military's quick reaction vaccine teams is labelled 'astounding'

19 January 2021
Opinion: The SNP's refusal of the UK military's quick reaction vaccine teams is labelled 'astounding'

Opinion: The SNP's refusal of the UK military's quick reaction vaccine teams is labelled 'astounding'

19 January 2021

MSP Edward Mountain says the army could take the 'pressure off of our NHS'


From the Archives: Flood put town in state of emergency

19 January 2021
From the Archives: Flood put town in state of emergency

From the Archives: Flood put town in state of emergency

19 January 2021

THE Highland Archive Centre explores the Inverness flood of 1849.


Down Memory Lane: Moving story recalled of ancient stone in Inverness

18 January 2021
Down Memory Lane: Moving story recalled of ancient stone in Inverness

Down Memory Lane: Moving story recalled of ancient stone in Inverness

18 January 2021

They stood as silent sentinels on one spot for 6000 years, but 46 winters ago the Standing Stones moved 500 metres west.


OPINION: Many unknowns as Highland area economy set for mixed fortunes

17 January 2021
OPINION: Many unknowns as Highland area economy set for mixed fortunes

OPINION: Many unknowns as Highland area economy set for mixed fortunes

17 January 2021

IT is very difficult to forecast what will happen to the economy in 2021, writes Highland economist Tony Mackay.


OPINION: Restrictions are difficult but also essential as cases of coronavirus rise in the Highlands

17 January 2021
OPINION: Restrictions are difficult but also essential as cases of coronavirus rise in the Highlands

OPINION: Restrictions are difficult but also essential as cases of coronavirus rise in the Highlands

17 January 2021

Dr Tim Allison, NHS Highland director of public health and policy, urges people help stop the spread of coronavirus:


Ask the Doc: ‘My GP thinks I have fibroids’

17 January 2021
Ask the Doc: ‘My GP thinks I have fibroids’

Ask the Doc: ‘My GP thinks I have fibroids’

17 January 2021

Dr Laura Ryan, NHS 24’s medical director, answers readers’ questions in our weekly column.


Plea for runners to stay safe in winter

16 January 2021
Plea for runners to stay safe in winter

Plea for runners to stay safe in winter

16 January 2021

Runners in the Highlands are being urged to take make sure they are doing all they can to be easily seen when exercising outdoors.


What sums up the Spirit of the Highlands for you?

16 January 2021
What sums up the Spirit of the Highlands for you?

What sums up the Spirit of the Highlands for you?

16 January 2021

If someone was visiting the Highlands for the first time, what one thing would you want to tell them about the area and its people?


CHRISTIAN VIEWPOINT: Choose life – live in the hope brought by Jesus by John Dempster

16 January 2021
CHRISTIAN VIEWPOINT: Choose life – live in the hope brought by Jesus by John Dempster

CHRISTIAN VIEWPOINT: Choose life – live in the hope brought by Jesus by John Dempster

16 January 2021

“Light brings hope,” said the Queen in her recent Christmas address. “For Christians,” she added, “Jesus is ‘the light of the world’.”


SPONSORED CONTENT: How Clare found the Will to Win!

15 January 2021
SPONSORED CONTENT: How Clare found the Will to Win!

SPONSORED CONTENT: How Clare found the Will to Win!

15 January 2021

"When my clients tell me they feel something is preventing them from achieving their full potential, I know exactly what they mean."


UK GOVERNMENT VIEWPOINT: There's light at the end of the tunnel...but, for now, embrace lockdown life

15 January 2021
UK GOVERNMENT VIEWPOINT: There's light at the end of the tunnel...but, for now, embrace lockdown life

UK GOVERNMENT VIEWPOINT: There's light at the end of the tunnel...but, for now, embrace lockdown life

15 January 2021

Vaccines offer us hope and a way out but, until then, we must all play our part in together beating the virus.


Drew Hendry MP says that, amid the hardship of the pandemic, there must be renewed planning – and a common goal

15 January 2021
Drew Hendry MP says that, amid the hardship of the pandemic, there must be renewed planning – and a common goal

Drew Hendry MP says that, amid the hardship of the pandemic, there must be renewed planning – and a common goal

15 January 2021

OPINION: Drew Hendry MP argues that while the new Covid-19 strain is a set back, the virus is not winning


Scottish and UK Governments must be clear in their message to business, Inverness BID manager Mike Smith says

13 January 2021
Scottish and UK Governments must be clear in their message to business, Inverness BID manager Mike Smith says

Scottish and UK Governments must be clear in their message to business, Inverness BID manager Mike Smith says

13 January 2021

Inverness BID manager Mike Smith says businesses need some certainty as Covid restrictions continue to bite


Public urged to ‘buy local’ to help out

13 January 2021
Public urged to ‘buy local’ to help out

Public urged to ‘buy local’ to help out

13 January 2021

An organisation set up to support its town’s businesses is reiterating the 'shop local' message to ensure that they survive this second lockdown.


Tributes to well-known Pipe Major

13 January 2021
Tributes to well-known Pipe Major

Tributes to well-known Pipe Major

13 January 2021

John ‘Jock’ Cameron (85), of MacRae Avenue in Nairn, took ill on Christmas Day and died in Aberdeen Royal Infirmary on December 30.


Online gigs provide lifeline for arts centre

12 January 2021
Online gigs provide lifeline for arts centre

Online gigs provide lifeline for arts centre

12 January 2021

A country singer with her roots in Nairnshire is set to entertain music lovers with a special online performance.


Gutsy grandma takes plunge for teenager

12 January 2021
Gutsy grandma takes plunge for teenager

Gutsy grandma takes plunge for teenager

12 January 2021

A NAIRN grandmother has set herself a chilly challenge to raise money which will help transform the life of a local teenager in need.


OPINION: Keep in mind that lockdown can be stressful for cats

11 January 2021
OPINION: Keep in mind that lockdown can be stressful for cats

OPINION: Keep in mind that lockdown can be stressful for cats

11 January 2021

LOCKDOWN can mean a busier home... and a more stressful time for some cats, writes Alison Laurie.


SPONSORED CONTENT: What are my rights as a grandparent or step parent?

11 January 2021
SPONSORED CONTENT: What are my rights as a grandparent or step parent?

SPONSORED CONTENT: What are my rights as a grandparent or step parent?

11 January 2021

What are the legal options if a step parent or grandparent's relationship with a child's parent breaks down?


New schools and a huge increase in spirits smuggling

09 January 2021
New schools and a huge increase in spirits smuggling

New schools and a huge increase in spirits smuggling

09 January 2021

Columnist Bill McAllister looks back 200 years, when sailing, schools and smuggling were key issues covered by the Inverness Courier.


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