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Befrienders Highland seeks volunteers to help tackle loneliness and social isolation following rise in referrals

29 July 2021
Befrienders Highland seeks volunteers to help tackle loneliness and social isolation following rise in referrals

Befrienders Highland seeks volunteers to help tackle loneliness and social isolation following rise in referrals

29 July 2021

An organisation tackling loneliness and social isolation in the Highlands has issued an appeal for volunteers following a sharp rise in referrals.


Norwich City loan star looks to improve at Inverness Caledonian Thistle

27 July 2021
Norwich City loan star looks to improve at Inverness Caledonian Thistle

Norwich City loan star looks to improve at Inverness Caledonian Thistle

27 July 2021

Midfielder looking to improve his game in Inverness.


Our Man in Holyrood: Following official advice is best way to protect our NHS

25 July 2021
Our Man in Holyrood: Following official advice is best way to protect our NHS

Our Man in Holyrood: Following official advice is best way to protect our NHS

25 July 2021

MSP Fergus Ewing says many will be concerned after Raigmore Hospital came under severe pressure


A novel way to remember

19 July 2021
A novel way to remember

A novel way to remember

19 July 2021

Fireworks are now being offered to families as a way to remember loved ones.


UHI agreement with offshore wind developers will create new opportunities for students

13 July 2021
UHI agreement with offshore wind developers will create new opportunities for students

UHI agreement with offshore wind developers will create new opportunities for students

13 July 2021

Renewables companies planning to unlock Scotland’s offshore wind potential have signed an agreement with the UHI to help secure the skills they need


Public told to avoid interrupting play at Nairn Golf Club

27 June 2021
Public told to avoid interrupting play at Nairn Golf Club

Public told to avoid interrupting play at Nairn Golf Club

27 June 2021

Stay on course with the rules, plead club.


Callachan keen to avoid drop danger with Ross County

11 June 2021
Callachan keen to avoid drop danger with Ross County

Callachan keen to avoid drop danger with Ross County

11 June 2021

New Staggies looks to give Staggies a lift.


A bid to make NHS Highland signs bilingual by including Gaelic is rejected

25 May 2021
A bid to make NHS Highland signs bilingual by including Gaelic is rejected

A bid to make NHS Highland signs bilingual by including Gaelic is rejected

25 May 2021

The board are in favour but need to get the go-ahead from the Scottish Government


Inside Holyrood: The right affordable, healthy, high quality food must become law

24 May 2021
Inside Holyrood: The right affordable, healthy, high quality food must become law

Inside Holyrood: The right affordable, healthy, high quality food must become law

24 May 2021

MSP Rhoda Grant says 'access to food is a human right, but it is being denied to too many people in Scotland'


Highland Council agrees to appoint new deputy chief executive

19 May 2021
Highland Council agrees to appoint new deputy chief executive

Highland Council agrees to appoint new deputy chief executive

19 May 2021

Recruitment to the new £122,812 post had been delayed amid the fallout from controversial education consultant appointment


Highland Council wants renewables to benefit the north through a Norway-style oil fund arrangement

18 May 2021
Highland Council wants renewables to benefit the north through a Norway-style oil fund arrangement

Highland Council wants renewables to benefit the north through a Norway-style oil fund arrangement

18 May 2021

Unless that is done Councillor Jimmy Gray fears the region will be 'meeting zero carbon targets with near zero benefits'


Training project for people with history of drug addiction

20 April 2021
Training project for people with history of drug addiction

Training project for people with history of drug addiction

20 April 2021

A training and employment project for people with a history of drug or alcohol problems is looking for people in the Highlands to take part.


Study of Highland and Islands businesses shows Covid-19 is still the biggest concern

08 April 2021
Study of Highland and Islands businesses shows Covid-19 is still the biggest concern

Study of Highland and Islands businesses shows Covid-19 is still the biggest concern

08 April 2021

Regional development agency Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE), has published a report on its latest survey of 1000 businesses across the region


Labour says its priority will be to restore NHS after the pandemic

07 April 2021
Labour says its priority will be to restore NHS after the pandemic

Labour says its priority will be to restore NHS after the pandemic

07 April 2021

Leader Anas Sarwar says 'restoring the NHS and Scotland’s health will be key to Scotland’s recovery'


Award-winning Inverness tech firm boss believes his city made product can make a global impact

04 April 2021
Award-winning Inverness tech firm boss believes his city made product can make a global impact

Award-winning Inverness tech firm boss believes his city made product can make a global impact

04 April 2021

The boss of an innovative Inverness medical device company has scooped a prestigious title at Scotland’s Life Science Awards


Win at Raith can be ICT’s turning point

18 March 2021
Win at Raith can be ICT’s turning point

Win at Raith can be ICT’s turning point

18 March 2021

Goalkeeper hopes team have turned corner.


Our Man in Westminster: Hope for the future after council agrees budget

16 March 2021
Our Man in Westminster: Hope for the future after council agrees budget

Our Man in Westminster: Hope for the future after council agrees budget

16 March 2021

MP Drew Hendry described the collaborative budget as the 'best of local politics'


Strong feelings on city travel measures as opinion remains sharply divided

24 February 2021
Strong feelings on city travel measures as opinion remains sharply divided

Strong feelings on city travel measures as opinion remains sharply divided

24 February 2021

A council consultation shows broad support for the schemes but a Courier poll found that 74 per cent were against keeping them


Activity helps mental health

15 February 2021
Activity helps mental health

Activity helps mental health

15 February 2021

Highland residents are being encouraged to stay active to help their mental wellbeing while coronavirus lockdown restrictions remain across Scotland.


Inside Holyrood: MSP ‘in awe’ of the vaccination programme

15 February 2021
Inside Holyrood: MSP ‘in awe’ of the vaccination programme

Inside Holyrood: MSP ‘in awe’ of the vaccination programme

15 February 2021

Maree Todd says it is a huge achievement given the geographical challenges of rolling out a vaccine in rural and remote areas


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