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POLITICS MATTERS: It’s time for an urgent rethink on pension proposals

POLITICS MATTERS: It’s time for an urgent rethink on pension proposals

POLITICS MATTERS: It’s time for an urgent rethink on pension proposals

23 February 2024

People will face the impossible dilemma of being too old to work and too young to retire, says our columnist.


BUSINESS FOCUS: Infrastructure just one of the challenges facing Highland businesses

BUSINESS FOCUS: Infrastructure just one of the challenges facing Highland businesses

BUSINESS FOCUS: Infrastructure just one of the challenges facing Highland businesses

23 February 2024

As we seemingly move out of winter we cannot ignore the fact that in the Highlands the change in the climate continues to impact the economy.


CHARLIE CHRISTIE - Club are Real deal for giving young talent chance

CHARLIE CHRISTIE - Club are Real deal for giving young talent chance

CHARLIE CHRISTIE - Club are Real deal for giving young talent chance

23 February 2024

Other clubs must follow lead from Spanish club.


COLIN CAMPBELL: Craig Dunain cast a shadow, but we could do with it now

COLIN CAMPBELL: Craig Dunain cast a shadow, but we could do with it now

COLIN CAMPBELL: Craig Dunain cast a shadow, but we could do with it now

22 February 2024

Craig Dunain was no beacon of light but many would wish such a bastion and safety net was there now.


NICKY MARR: Selling up – for the right reasons

NICKY MARR: Selling up – for the right reasons

NICKY MARR: Selling up – for the right reasons

21 February 2024

The housing crisis here – as in other parts of Scotland – is well documented.


EMMA RODDICK: Tackling Scotland’s population challenges

EMMA RODDICK: Tackling Scotland’s population challenges

EMMA RODDICK: Tackling Scotland’s population challenges

20 February 2024

My biggest fear when being asked to take up a position in the government was that it would take away time in the region, says our columnist.


YOUR VIEWS: Inverness Caley Thistle battery storage and Academy Street plans

YOUR VIEWS: Inverness Caley Thistle battery storage and Academy Street plans

YOUR VIEWS: Inverness Caley Thistle battery storage and Academy Street plans

20 February 2024

What has been provoking comment among readers this week?


DREW HENDRY: Listening to people is key to understanding issues

DREW HENDRY: Listening to people is key to understanding issues

DREW HENDRY: Listening to people is key to understanding issues

20 February 2024

Folk are still struggling with the cost of living, rising rent and mortgage costs, compounded by stagnant wages, says our MP.


WILL CLARK: Valid reason for Caley Thistle to cry foul over battery farm

WILL CLARK: Valid reason for Caley Thistle to cry foul over battery farm

WILL CLARK: Valid reason for Caley Thistle to cry foul over battery farm

19 February 2024

Councillors gave approval, but there are calls to review their decision.


ACTIVE OUTDOORS: Village is a haven for wildlife and more

ACTIVE OUTDOORS: Village is a haven for wildlife and more

ACTIVE OUTDOORS: Village is a haven for wildlife and more

19 February 2024

John Davidson enjoys a gentle woodland walk with the family at Boat of Garten, where he finds plenty to do


MOTORS: ‘Wimpy features’ go when Ineos Grenadier leaves road

MOTORS: ‘Wimpy features’ go when Ineos Grenadier leaves road

MOTORS: ‘Wimpy features’ go when Ineos Grenadier leaves road

18 February 2024

The Grenadier is designed to appeal to outdoor types, farmers and adventurers, says our columnist.


YOUR VIEWS: Questions 'unanswered' on Loch Ness hydro scheme, renewable energy in the Highlands and plans for Inverness street

YOUR VIEWS: Questions 'unanswered' on Loch Ness hydro scheme, renewable energy in the Highlands and plans for Inverness street

YOUR VIEWS: Questions 'unanswered' on Loch Ness hydro scheme, renewable energy in the Highlands and plans for Inverness street

18 February 2024

What has been on the minds of readers this week


CHRISTIAN VIEWPOINT: Work reflects conviction that God cares for us

CHRISTIAN VIEWPOINT: Work reflects conviction that God cares for us

CHRISTIAN VIEWPOINT: Work reflects conviction that God cares for us

18 February 2024

Christians believe God is the source of wisdom to both discern what is happening, and understand how to respond, says our columnist.


Strictly Inverness 2024 diary: Never Gonna Quiz You Up

Strictly Inverness 2024 diary: Never Gonna Quiz You Up

Strictly Inverness 2024 diary: Never Gonna Quiz You Up

17 February 2024

This week's pinnacle was the first proper fundraiser that Courier content editor Andy Dixon and dance partner Ruth Mason organised – a quiz night.


PICTURE DETECTIVE: Can you identify anyone in our latest mystery Highland photos?

PICTURE DETECTIVE: Can you identify anyone in our latest mystery Highland photos?

PICTURE DETECTIVE: Can you identify anyone in our latest mystery Highland photos?

17 February 2024

Are you in our latest mystery photos, or do you know anyone who is? Do you remember any of the events?


NHS HIGHLAND: It is time to take up vaccination offer

NHS HIGHLAND: It is time to take up vaccination offer

NHS HIGHLAND: It is time to take up vaccination offer

17 February 2024

Covid vaccine is still important especially for the most vulnerable, older people and those with reduced immunity, says Dr Tim Allison.


BUSINESS INSIGHT: We must break down remoteness barriers in Highlands

BUSINESS INSIGHT: We must break down remoteness barriers in Highlands

BUSINESS INSIGHT: We must break down remoteness barriers in Highlands

16 February 2024

'We must hope that the Scottish Government’s new Addressing Depopulation Action Plan will lead the way in increasing co-operation and collaboration.'


COLIN CAMPBELL: Resisting the pressure to ‘go online’ seems futile

COLIN CAMPBELL: Resisting the pressure to ‘go online’ seems futile

COLIN CAMPBELL: Resisting the pressure to ‘go online’ seems futile

15 February 2024

A little online familiarity can go quite a long way.


NICKY MARR: Equal education opportunities too much to ask for?

NICKY MARR: Equal education opportunities too much to ask for?

NICKY MARR: Equal education opportunities too much to ask for?

14 February 2024

Comparing the opportunities that a tiny 28-pupil school can provide with what can be offered in a city school, isn’t comparing like with like.


YOUR VIEWS: 'Disgusting' fly-tipping at Loch Ness and the costs of 'just transition'

YOUR VIEWS: 'Disgusting' fly-tipping at Loch Ness and the costs of 'just transition'

YOUR VIEWS: 'Disgusting' fly-tipping at Loch Ness and the costs of 'just transition'

13 February 2024

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