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The proprietors of MacGregor's Pub will push on with plans to add a gourmet fish bar to the current establishment

The proprietors of MacGregor's Pub will push on with plans to add a gourmet fish bar to the current establishment

The proprietors of MacGregor's Pub will push on with plans to add a gourmet fish bar to the current establishment

26 January 2021

The well-known pub suffered a setback after Highland Council turned down a bid for Scottish Government cash


High Street set for a significant boost from Scottish Government funding

High Street set for a significant boost from Scottish Government funding

High Street set for a significant boost from Scottish Government funding

26 January 2021

But critics say too much cash went on a multi-million private renovation


New north renewable energy hub will encourage the creation of a world-leading workforce

New north renewable energy hub will encourage the creation of a world-leading workforce

New north renewable energy hub will encourage the creation of a world-leading workforce

26 January 2021

The Highlands will become home to a globally recognised centre of excellence in renewable energy, under plans announced by Opportunity Cromarty Firth.


Closure of Debenhams could be an opportunity to look at how the prime site could be used in other ways

Closure of Debenhams could be an opportunity to look at how the prime site could be used in other ways

Closure of Debenhams could be an opportunity to look at how the prime site could be used in other ways

25 January 2021

The loss of the Inverness branch of Debenhams has been described as "a real blow" to the city


Highland Council to lead on works to 'make safe' building in Inverness

Highland Council to lead on works to 'make safe' building in Inverness

Highland Council to lead on works to 'make safe' building in Inverness

25 January 2021

Three families evacuated from the building and the road will remain closed.


Businesses in the Highlands hit by new coronavirus measures start receiving closure grants

Businesses in the Highlands hit by new coronavirus measures start receiving closure grants

Businesses in the Highlands hit by new coronavirus measures start receiving closure grants

25 January 2021

Hundreds of Highland businesses forced to close under the latest coronavirus lockdown measures will begin receiving payments from today.


Inverness Outlanders are going live to discuss the TV programme's links to Robert Burns

Inverness Outlanders are going live to discuss the TV programme's links to Robert Burns

Inverness Outlanders are going live to discuss the TV programme's links to Robert Burns

25 January 2021

A 'jam packed' evening of entertainment for fans, in association with Inverness' MacGregor's Bar.


Inverness businesswoman Jo takes in new role to help Highland tourism recover from Covid

Inverness businesswoman Jo takes in new role to help Highland tourism recover from Covid

Inverness businesswoman Jo takes in new role to help Highland tourism recover from Covid

25 January 2021

Visit Inverness Loch Ness has appointed local entrepreneur Jo De Sylva as new chairwoman to help lead the tourist sector's post-Covid comeback


Highland wedding businesses urged to claim a share of £25m Covid support fund

Highland wedding businesses urged to claim a share of £25m Covid support fund

Highland wedding businesses urged to claim a share of £25m Covid support fund

25 January 2021

Highlands and Islands wedding businesses are being encouraged to apply to a £25 million fund to help them deal with the impact of Covid-19


Debenhams to permanently shut all its stores, including Inverness, after online retailer buyout

Debenhams to permanently shut all its stores, including Inverness, after online retailer buyout

Debenhams to permanently shut all its stores, including Inverness, after online retailer buyout

25 January 2021

The Inverness branch of Debenhams is to permanently close, along with the chain's other remaining 117 stores


Highland businesses have a limited time to apply for funding to help employ apprentices

Highland businesses have a limited time to apply for funding to help employ apprentices

Highland businesses have a limited time to apply for funding to help employ apprentices

24 January 2021

Highland employers can now get financial support to employ a modern or graduate apprentice for a limited time


Budget to drive Scotland’s recovery

Budget to drive Scotland’s recovery

Budget to drive Scotland’s recovery

24 January 2021

New initiatives to drive economic growth, create jobs and tackle inequality will be included.


Our Man in Holyrood: Losses linked to Brexit have been enormous

Our Man in Holyrood: Losses linked to Brexit have been enormous

Our Man in Holyrood: Losses linked to Brexit have been enormous

23 January 2021

MSP Fergus Ewing demands the UK government set out how Scotland’s exporters will be compensated for their losses


Jade's health inspired Black Isle tea business turning a healthy profit

Jade's health inspired Black Isle tea business turning a healthy profit

Jade's health inspired Black Isle tea business turning a healthy profit

22 January 2021

Jade Etherington-Bennett now has customers around the globe for the tea business she runs from her Black Isle home


£7million fund welcomed for B&Bs and self-caterers in the Highlands

£7million fund welcomed for B&Bs and self-caterers in the Highlands

£7million fund welcomed for B&Bs and self-caterers in the Highlands

22 January 2021

Edward Mountain had lobbied through his ‘Help Our B&Bs’ campaign to ensure that small B&Bs that pay council tax, can now access financial support.


VisitScotland announces £6m support package

VisitScotland announces £6m support package

VisitScotland announces £6m support package

22 January 2021

A £6m fund is being made available to support Scotland's inbound tourism and businesses


COP26 gives us a platform to tell Scotland's world-leading renewables story

COP26 gives us a platform to tell Scotland's world-leading renewables story

COP26 gives us a platform to tell Scotland's world-leading renewables story

22 January 2021

VIEWPOINT: Claire Mack, chief executive of Scottish Renewables, says we must show the same adaptability to climate change as we have to the pandemic


Estimated hammer price of £1.2million for rare bottle of Macallan 60-year-old

Estimated hammer price of £1.2million for rare bottle of Macallan 60-year-old

Estimated hammer price of £1.2million for rare bottle of Macallan 60-year-old

22 January 2021

Estimated value of up to £1.2million.


Highland marine tourism operators need urgent help says MSP

Highland marine tourism operators need urgent help says MSP

Highland marine tourism operators need urgent help says MSP

21 January 2021

Industry left without support due to 'zero rateable value'.


Much loved Inverness restaurant promises to be back with an even more appetising menu

Much loved Inverness restaurant promises to be back with an even more appetising menu

Much loved Inverness restaurant promises to be back with an even more appetising menu

21 January 2021

Loyal customers of one of the longest established restaurants in Inverness are being assured that its latest closure is strictly temporary


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