Ringing changes on part of our shared history
At school my only dream career was to be a Blue Peter presenter.
"Shop local this Christmas. Use it or lose it. I consider myself warned."
What do you think of when you hear the word menopause?
The creativity of charity fundraising seems endless.
It’s easy to look back to when we started hearing about this mystery disease, and to forget the deep fear and uncertainty.
"Let’s really hope this new venture doesn’t cause another business to close its doors."
What do they say – better safe than sorry? Go for the scans, get checked out.
We take teachers for granted when we should be giving them everything they need.
There’s CCTV on almost every street corner, and in most shops and bars, but not yet buses.
Strikes by teaching staff will impact their education, As will a crumbling, leaking, mouse-infested, damp school.
Houses are vital, but so is community, and communities need spaces between houses.
Did you head abroad this summer? Chances are you’ll have paid an extra few Euros in tourist tax.
Have you seen Highland Council’s proposals for reducing through-traffic on Academy Street in Inverness?
This time last year I was gifted a bottle of whisky. Distilled in Kennethmount, in Aberdeenshire, the dram was a new one to me, an Ardmore Legacy.
Stuck in Thursday’s Belladrum queues we managed to stay cheerful for the first four-and-a-half hours.
Work-life balance. It can be an elusive thing, especially when we’re plugged into our tech all the time.
I felt a weight of responsibility to represent the audience's concerns and not to let ministers and civil servants off the hook
Let's take a look at what he said...
We cannot properly achieve our regional potential without regular, reliable, affordable transport links.