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Never forget to look up and take on challenges

Never forget to look up and take on challenges

Never forget to look up and take on challenges

30 January 2022

In the new Netflix movie Don’t Look Up a massive comet heads earthwards, threatening our planet with catastrophic damage.


Our Man in Westminster: Continued to push for action on energy costs

Our Man in Westminster: Continued to push for action on energy costs

Our Man in Westminster: Continued to push for action on energy costs

29 January 2022

MP Drew Hendry says 'the astronomical rise in energy costs the situation is at a crisis point for many families'


Down Memory Lane by Bill McAllister: Confusion and climbing costs hit work to replace the old Ness bridge swept away in the great flood in Inverness

Down Memory Lane by Bill McAllister: Confusion and climbing costs hit work to replace the old Ness bridge swept away in the great flood in Inverness

Down Memory Lane by Bill McAllister: Confusion and climbing costs hit work to replace the old Ness bridge swept away in the great flood in Inverness

29 January 2022

Confusion and climbing costs meant the wait for a replacement bridge for the one swept away in Inverness’s Great Flood dragged on for six years.


While I have Your Attention by Charles Bannerman: New hydro scheme in Inverness is easier on the eyes than the Gathering Place

While I have Your Attention by Charles Bannerman: New hydro scheme in Inverness is easier on the eyes than the Gathering Place

While I have Your Attention by Charles Bannerman: New hydro scheme in Inverness is easier on the eyes than the Gathering Place

28 January 2022

During my runs on the West Link Road, it’s been intriguing to follow progress of the new hydro-electric scheme at the far end of Canal Park.


Charlie Christie – St Johnstone’s dream season now a nightmare

Charlie Christie – St Johnstone’s dream season now a nightmare

Charlie Christie – St Johnstone’s dream season now a nightmare

28 January 2022

Double cup winners last season. But St Johnstone are in trouble of going down.


Opinion: Importance of wind projects for the economic growth of the Highlands and Islands could be immense, say SCDI

Opinion: Importance of wind projects for the economic growth of the Highlands and Islands could be immense, say SCDI

Opinion: Importance of wind projects for the economic growth of the Highlands and Islands could be immense, say SCDI

28 January 2022

Opinion: SCDI's man in the Highlands sees positive start to 2022 as Covid restrictions ease and ScotWind winning bids create new opportunities


Politics Matters: Courage under fire enhances MSP’s credibility

Politics Matters: Courage under fire enhances MSP’s credibility

Politics Matters: Courage under fire enhances MSP’s credibility

26 January 2022

David Stewart says 'I feel confident that I can refute Jacob Rees-Mogg’s description of Douglas Ross as lightweight’


Inside Holyrood: Rent control will tackle the rural depopulation crisis

Inside Holyrood: Rent control will tackle the rural depopulation crisis

Inside Holyrood: Rent control will tackle the rural depopulation crisis

25 January 2022

MSP Ariane Burgess says the move will help by 'preventing young people being priced out of the communities they grew up in'


Important to get to the heart of a very serious problem

Important to get to the heart of a very serious problem

Important to get to the heart of a very serious problem

25 January 2022

Bunty was a six-year-old Newfoundland dog lagging on her usual walks and becoming more breathless.


Will Clark – Scrapping replays best idea Scottish Cup has ever had

Will Clark – Scrapping replays best idea Scottish Cup has ever had

Will Clark – Scrapping replays best idea Scottish Cup has ever had

24 January 2022

Decide games on the day.


An Invernessian in America by Diane Knox: Tennis star was at fault when aiming to compete in Australian Open

An Invernessian in America by Diane Knox: Tennis star was at fault when aiming to compete in Australian Open

An Invernessian in America by Diane Knox: Tennis star was at fault when aiming to compete in Australian Open

24 January 2022

Major tennis made its return with the Australian Open but the opening action was overshadowed by one name with no chance of winning: Novak Djokovic.


NICKY MARR: Such lack of integrity is a sickening sight

NICKY MARR: Such lack of integrity is a sickening sight

NICKY MARR: Such lack of integrity is a sickening sight

23 January 2022

Nicky Marr shares her views on recent global headlines – Downing Street parties, Prince Andrew and Novak Djokovic.


Christian Viewpoint: John Dempster ponders the workings of the human brain and the implications of research on thinking about God

Christian Viewpoint: John Dempster ponders the workings of the human brain and the implications of research on thinking about God

Christian Viewpoint: John Dempster ponders the workings of the human brain and the implications of research on thinking about God

23 January 2022

“To be human,” writes Iain McGilchrist, “ is to feel a deep gravitational pull towards something ineffable”.


Inverness's Great Flood remembered

Inverness's Great Flood remembered

Inverness's Great Flood remembered

22 January 2022

The Great Flood of Inverness of 1849 washed away the Ness Bridge and made hundreds homeless.


Opinion: FSB study finds Highland firms in a better position than this time last year, but 'things still far from rosy'

Opinion: FSB study finds Highland firms in a better position than this time last year, but 'things still far from rosy'

Opinion: FSB study finds Highland firms in a better position than this time last year, but 'things still far from rosy'

22 January 2022

Opinion: FSB Highland development manager says working together can help build trade and confidence


Our Man in Holyrood: Extra teachers is the best way to support youngsters

Our Man in Holyrood: Extra teachers is the best way to support youngsters

Our Man in Holyrood: Extra teachers is the best way to support youngsters

22 January 2022

Fergus Ewing says 'I am acutely aware how the last few years have been so terribly difficult for children, parents and teachers alike'


Global agreements are the only way to leave COP26 legacy

Global agreements are the only way to leave COP26 legacy

Global agreements are the only way to leave COP26 legacy

21 January 2022

ENERGY VIEWPOINT: Rob Gibson claims big oil companies are slowing down the just transition to renewable energy across the world


Trio of monuments is target of run up Fyrish

Trio of monuments is target of run up Fyrish

Trio of monuments is target of run up Fyrish

21 January 2022

ACTIVE OUTDOORS: John Davidson explores the hills behind Evanton and Alness in a search for the three monuments of Fyrish


Reliance on oil and gas has not gone away

Reliance on oil and gas has not gone away

Reliance on oil and gas has not gone away

19 January 2022

ENERGY VIEWPOINT: Andrew Bradshaw argues that we need fossil fuels for much more than transport – until alternatives are created


Act early to tackle health problems in your older cat

Act early to tackle health problems in your older cat

Act early to tackle health problems in your older cat

19 January 2022

Alison Laurie-Chalmers from Crown Vets is back this week to discuss how to keep older cats as healthy as possible.


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