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YOUR VIEWS: Complaining about Highland Council and congratulations for Highland Heroes

YOUR VIEWS: Complaining about Highland Council and congratulations for Highland Heroes

YOUR VIEWS: Complaining about Highland Council and congratulations for Highland Heroes

24 March 2024

Views and opinions from our readers.


CHRISTIAN VIEWPOINT: Bad stuff is time-limited; love will heal problems

CHRISTIAN VIEWPOINT: Bad stuff is time-limited; love will heal problems

CHRISTIAN VIEWPOINT: Bad stuff is time-limited; love will heal problems

24 March 2024

In the end the Prince of Peace in whose front-line we stand shoulder-to-shoulder will overcome, says our columnist.


Strictly Inverness 2024 diary: Dancers smash £100k charity fundraising milestone

Strictly Inverness 2024 diary: Dancers smash £100k charity fundraising milestone

Strictly Inverness 2024 diary: Dancers smash £100k charity fundraising milestone

23 March 2024

Fundraising powerhouses Angela Urquhart and Beth Saunders have raised nearly £25,000 between them for Highland Hospice and Inverness Ice Centre.


HEALTH MATTERS: Health inequalities are a real issue we all need to work on

HEALTH MATTERS: Health inequalities are a real issue we all need to work on

HEALTH MATTERS: Health inequalities are a real issue we all need to work on

23 March 2024

Our public health department has two principal priorities as part of work to improve and protect the health of Highland people, writes Dr Tim Allison.


BUSINESS INSIGHT: Golf drives regional prosperity for Highlands

BUSINESS INSIGHT: Golf drives regional prosperity for Highlands

BUSINESS INSIGHT: Golf drives regional prosperity for Highlands

22 March 2024

Region's golf is up there with the best in the world, says our columnist.


COLIN CAMPBELL: Pie-in-the-sky claims on OAPs’ comfort and ‘need’

COLIN CAMPBELL: Pie-in-the-sky claims on OAPs’ comfort and ‘need’

COLIN CAMPBELL: Pie-in-the-sky claims on OAPs’ comfort and ‘need’

21 March 2024

We are still in the era of the “cost-of-living crisis” and there’s no doubt some people are struggling.


NICKY MARR: Race is on for more renewable energy schemes

NICKY MARR: Race is on for more renewable energy schemes

NICKY MARR: Race is on for more renewable energy schemes

20 March 2024

If anything is worth investing in as we try to save our planet, it’s our long-term economic future.


DREW HENDRY: ‘Tax cuts’ to national insurance are a gimmick

DREW HENDRY: ‘Tax cuts’ to national insurance are a gimmick

DREW HENDRY: ‘Tax cuts’ to national insurance are a gimmick

20 March 2024

It’s evident that those earning up to £19,000-a-year are caught in a financial bind, with no relief in sight, says our MP.


YOUR VIEWS: Highland Council rejects Inverness Caley Thistle battery storage plan

YOUR VIEWS: Highland Council rejects Inverness Caley Thistle battery storage plan

YOUR VIEWS: Highland Council rejects Inverness Caley Thistle battery storage plan

19 March 2024

Readers react to the rejection by Highland Council of Inverness Caley Thistle plans for a battery storage facility in the city.


ACTIVE OUTDOORS: Bagging the Munros is no mean feat – however long it takes

ACTIVE OUTDOORS: Bagging the Munros is no mean feat – however long it takes

ACTIVE OUTDOORS: Bagging the Munros is no mean feat – however long it takes

18 March 2024

As Anna Wells recovers from her three-month winter round of the 282 Scottish mountains above 3000ft, John Davidson says lists can be an inspiration


MOTORS: This luxury Range Rover can still have fun off-roading

MOTORS: This luxury Range Rover can still have fun off-roading

MOTORS: This luxury Range Rover can still have fun off-roading

17 March 2024

A full-size Range Rover is now a very expensive piece of kit which, even without options, costs about the same as a starter flat, says our columnist.


YOUR VIEWS: Culloden woods 'improvements', Loch Ness windfarms and Inverness gym closure

YOUR VIEWS: Culloden woods 'improvements', Loch Ness windfarms and Inverness gym closure

YOUR VIEWS: Culloden woods 'improvements', Loch Ness windfarms and Inverness gym closure

17 March 2024

Readers get in touch on a variety of Inverness and Highland issues this week.


CHRISTIAN VIEWPOINT: How well are we working together to make our community a better place?

CHRISTIAN VIEWPOINT: How well are we working together to make our community a better place?

CHRISTIAN VIEWPOINT: How well are we working together to make our community a better place?

17 March 2024

We are surely called to share ‘the magnetic love of Jesus’ in actions as well as in words, says our columnist.


Strictly Inverness 2024 diary: Last call for masquerade ball!

Strictly Inverness 2024 diary: Last call for masquerade ball!

Strictly Inverness 2024 diary: Last call for masquerade ball!

16 March 2024

The event is to raise money for annual dance contest Strictly Inverness’s organisers and hosts Highland Hospice and Inverness Ice Centre.


BUSINESS INSIGHT: Regulation is necessary but it must be well thought out

BUSINESS INSIGHT: Regulation is necessary but it must be well thought out

BUSINESS INSIGHT: Regulation is necessary but it must be well thought out

15 March 2024

'Smaller businesses so vital to our economic prosperity and wellbeing must be placed front and centre of political and public sector thinking.'


NHS HIGHLAND GP: Long Covid gave me crippling fatigue and brain fog

NHS HIGHLAND GP: Long Covid gave me crippling fatigue and brain fog

NHS HIGHLAND GP: Long Covid gave me crippling fatigue and brain fog

15 March 2024

After 20 years of working night shifts, I’d never experienced fatigue like it, says NHS medic.


COLIN CAMPBELL: If lukewarm ‘fling’ is scrapped give Eden Court the chance to make merry

COLIN CAMPBELL: If lukewarm ‘fling’ is scrapped give Eden Court the chance to make merry

COLIN CAMPBELL: If lukewarm ‘fling’ is scrapped give Eden Court the chance to make merry

14 March 2024

The council should trim back this event to make it more economical and much more affordable.


NICKY MARR: Collaboration can mean learning from each other

NICKY MARR: Collaboration can mean learning from each other

NICKY MARR: Collaboration can mean learning from each other

13 March 2024

“If you want to go fast, go alone; if you want to go far, go together.”


INVERNESS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Wind Farms – can they benefit my local community?

INVERNESS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Wind Farms – can they benefit my local community?

INVERNESS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Wind Farms – can they benefit my local community?

13 March 2024

Inverness Chamber’s Executive Partner, BayWa r.e. UK Limited, discusses the benefits of wind farms to the local community.


JAMIE HALCRO JOHNSTON: Nationalist MSPs back bad budget

JAMIE HALCRO JOHNSTON: Nationalist MSPs back bad budget

JAMIE HALCRO JOHNSTON: Nationalist MSPs back bad budget

12 March 2024

New SNP/Green cuts further jeopardise essential services that many, including some of our most vulnerable residents, rely on, says our columnist.


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