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DANIEL GORRY: Long Covid in the workplace

DANIEL GORRY: Long Covid in the workplace

DANIEL GORRY: Long Covid in the workplace

01 September 2022

With 164,000 Scottish people living with long-term symptoms of coronavirus, some organisations have employees who are affected.


FERGUS EWING: Stagecoach vows to communicate about buses

FERGUS EWING: Stagecoach vows to communicate about buses

FERGUS EWING: Stagecoach vows to communicate about buses

31 August 2022

Our man in Holyrood discusses the transport company and transparency about current issues in the Highlands.


UHI seeks to collaborate with businesses to nurture and attract talent

UHI seeks to collaborate with businesses to nurture and attract talent

UHI seeks to collaborate with businesses to nurture and attract talent

30 August 2022

The University of the Highlands and Islands is coming up with bold new ways to provide opportunities for young people to access sustainable careers.


VET SPEAK: Follow dental and diet advice with your new puppies

VET SPEAK: Follow dental and diet advice with your new puppies

VET SPEAK: Follow dental and diet advice with your new puppies

29 August 2022

Alison Laurie-Chalmers highlights the importance of good dental care for your dogs.


LONG READ: Author's memoir opens up discussion on racism in Scotland and the Highlands

LONG READ: Author's memoir opens up discussion on racism in Scotland and the Highlands

LONG READ: Author's memoir opens up discussion on racism in Scotland and the Highlands

28 August 2022

AN AUTHOR is calling for the need to raise awareness on racism in the region and in Scotland.


LONG READ: Glenurquhart celebrates 75th anniversary Games

LONG READ: Glenurquhart celebrates 75th anniversary Games

LONG READ: Glenurquhart celebrates 75th anniversary Games

26 August 2022

THE 2022 Glenurquhart Highland Gathering and Games celebrates a very special milestone this year as it will be the 75th anniversary of the event.


Star find at Swartigill archaeology dig near Thrumster of 'beautifully decorated glass bead' that is possibly 2000 years old

Star find at Swartigill archaeology dig near Thrumster of 'beautifully decorated glass bead' that is possibly 2000 years old

Star find at Swartigill archaeology dig near Thrumster of 'beautifully decorated glass bead' that is possibly 2000 years old

25 August 2022

The Swartigill archaeological dig on the Thrumster Estate has reported the 'star find' of a colourful 2000-year-old bead with a yellow spiral pattern.


PICTURES: Covers off for start of fresh dig at Swartigill Iron Age site in far north – 'It's a hidden gem of archaeology'

PICTURES: Covers off for start of fresh dig at Swartigill Iron Age site in far north – 'It's a hidden gem of archaeology'

PICTURES: Covers off for start of fresh dig at Swartigill Iron Age site in far north – 'It's a hidden gem of archaeology'

22 August 2022

The community dig at Swartigill has started up again – volunteers are welcome to come along and work at this 'hidden gem of archaeology' in far north


ALISON LAURIE-CHALMERS: Hypertension can cause cats serious harm if left untreated

ALISON LAURIE-CHALMERS: Hypertension can cause cats serious harm if left untreated

ALISON LAURIE-CHALMERS: Hypertension can cause cats serious harm if left untreated

22 August 2022

Chloe was a beautiful, 12-year-old, Tortoiseshell cat. She had been recently diagnosed with early kidney disease.


North can tap into satellite connectivity

North can tap into satellite connectivity

North can tap into satellite connectivity

20 August 2022

RURAL businesses and households in the Highlands now have the chance to tap into high-speed connectivity thanks to Starlink satellite technology.


PICTURES: Our archive images of the All Under One Banner rally in Inverness from 2018

PICTURES: Our archive images of the All Under One Banner rally in Inverness from 2018

PICTURES: Our archive images of the All Under One Banner rally in Inverness from 2018

19 August 2022

THOUSANDS of people are expected to gather in Inverness this weekend as part of a Scotland-wide pro-independence movement.


ALISON LAURIE-CHALMERS: Some dog breeds are more susceptible to dental troubles

ALISON LAURIE-CHALMERS: Some dog breeds are more susceptible to dental troubles

ALISON LAURIE-CHALMERS: Some dog breeds are more susceptible to dental troubles

18 August 2022

Fidget was a lovely, very wriggly, comical five-year-old Maltese Terrier.


A sight charity has moved location

A sight charity has moved location

A sight charity has moved location

17 August 2022

Sight Action has moved from Inverness to Robertson House, Dingwall, where larger premises offer more scope for community engagement.


Inverness Nationwide Building Society staff to receive £1200 payment to help with cost of living crisis

Inverness Nationwide Building Society staff to receive £1200 payment to help with cost of living crisis

Inverness Nationwide Building Society staff to receive £1200 payment to help with cost of living crisis

16 August 2022

Nationwide Building Society has announced a one-off payment to more than 11,000 colleagues as it increases support during the cost-of-living crisis.


BILL MCALLISTER: RNI’s distinguished history first began 225 years ago

BILL MCALLISTER: RNI’s distinguished history first began 225 years ago

BILL MCALLISTER: RNI’s distinguished history first began 225 years ago

16 August 2022

This year marks the 225th anniversary of Provost William Inglis setting up a committee which began fundraising for Inverness’s first public hospital.


DAVID RICHARDSON: Depressing outlook in terms of business confidence, with an uncertain future ahead

DAVID RICHARDSON: Depressing outlook in terms of business confidence, with an uncertain future ahead

DAVID RICHARDSON: Depressing outlook in terms of business confidence, with an uncertain future ahead

15 August 2022

The Inverness Courier columnist discusses how Highland businesses are responding to current challenges.


DR LAURA RYAN: How to treat sunburned skin

DR LAURA RYAN: How to treat sunburned skin

DR LAURA RYAN: How to treat sunburned skin

14 August 2022

I have ended up with quite bad sunburn. Is there anything I can do to heal the skin that has been damaged?


Free technology workshops being offered for those in the construction industry

Free technology workshops being offered for those in the construction industry

Free technology workshops being offered for those in the construction industry

14 August 2022

In an effort to boost efficiencies and reduce carbon footprints, free drop-in workshops are being hosted this week at Inverness College UHI.


New online exhibition charts how 1872 education act transformed Highland children's lives

New online exhibition charts how 1872 education act transformed Highland children's lives

New online exhibition charts how 1872 education act transformed Highland children's lives

12 August 2022

A new Highland online exhibition will mark the 150th anniversary of an act of parliament that transformed the lives of Scottish children.


Helpline for students receives nearly 500 calls in one day

Helpline for students receives nearly 500 calls in one day

Helpline for students receives nearly 500 calls in one day

11 August 2022

Hundreds across Scotland have been given help with their SQA results by an expert group of careers advisers from Skills Development Scotland.


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