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NHS HIGHLAND: Balance needed between action and caution

NHS HIGHLAND: Balance needed between action and caution

NHS HIGHLAND: Balance needed between action and caution

13 April 2024

Walking, cycling or gardening is good for our health - but we may need to be cautious about a sudden increase in activity, says our columnist.


BUSINESS INSIGHT: What will happen to our waste?

BUSINESS INSIGHT: What will happen to our waste?

BUSINESS INSIGHT: What will happen to our waste?

12 April 2024

10% of small Highland business owners spend 8+ hours per week on regulatory compliance, adding more must be done sparingly, says our columnist.


NHS Highland working to “improve patient experience” after our investigation highlights excessive waiting times for emergency treatment

NHS Highland working to “improve patient experience” after our investigation highlights excessive waiting times for emergency treatment

NHS Highland working to “improve patient experience” after our investigation highlights excessive waiting times for emergency treatment

12 April 2024

NHS Highland is working to “improve patient experience” after we unearth evidence of excessive waiting times for people requiring emergency treatment.


‘Nine years and nothing has changed – you’re still putting your life, and your child’s, at risk’

‘Nine years and nothing has changed – you’re still putting your life, and your child’s, at risk’

‘Nine years and nothing has changed – you’re still putting your life, and your child’s, at risk’

12 April 2024

A mum-of-three from Thurso says women in Caithness face a nightmare to have their baby, as she told of her “uncontrollable anxiety attacks”.


GP wait times in Inverness cause influx of emergency septic cases

GP wait times in Inverness cause influx of emergency septic cases

GP wait times in Inverness cause influx of emergency septic cases

12 April 2024

A rise in demand for GP appointments have increased the pressure for paramedics in Inverness.


COLIN CAMPBELL: Health service is priority for older people, not ‘hate crime’

COLIN CAMPBELL: Health service is priority for older people, not ‘hate crime’

COLIN CAMPBELL: Health service is priority for older people, not ‘hate crime’

11 April 2024

This new law is oppressive, sinister, draconian and worst of all, baffling, says our columnist.


‘My 7-hour wait at A&E with critical patient’: Ambulance wait times in Inverness put strain on healthcare workers

‘My 7-hour wait at A&E with critical patient’: Ambulance wait times in Inverness put strain on healthcare workers

‘My 7-hour wait at A&E with critical patient’: Ambulance wait times in Inverness put strain on healthcare workers

11 April 2024

Dire hospital wait times in Inverness are putting increased pressure on ambulance workers.


12-hour shift on the front line with Inverness’s ambulance service

12-hour shift on the front line with Inverness’s ambulance service

12-hour shift on the front line with Inverness’s ambulance service

11 April 2024

For 12-hours I witnessed the gruelling work our ambulance service in Inverness takes on each day in order to save lives.


UPDATE: Apprentice Boys of Derry hit back at “bigotry” claims and defend right to march in Inverness this month

UPDATE: Apprentice Boys of Derry hit back at “bigotry” claims and defend right to march in Inverness this month

UPDATE: Apprentice Boys of Derry hit back at “bigotry” claims and defend right to march in Inverness this month

11 April 2024

A senior figure in a “Protestant fraternal society” headquartered in Northern Ireland has defended the right of members to march through Inverness.


Apprentice Boys of Derry march planned for Inverness provokes social media controversy

Apprentice Boys of Derry march planned for Inverness provokes social media controversy

Apprentice Boys of Derry march planned for Inverness provokes social media controversy

11 April 2024

An Apprentice Boys of Derry parade taking place in Inverness later this month has stoked controversy on social media.


NICKY MARR: Academic achievement isn’t the be-all and end-all

NICKY MARR: Academic achievement isn’t the be-all and end-all

NICKY MARR: Academic achievement isn’t the be-all and end-all

10 April 2024

Comparing secondaries in different parts of the country purely on the Higher results of their cleverest kids tells us nothing new, says our columnist.


WATCH: Inverness doctors brush off schoolgirl’s symptoms of MS as ‘teenage girl stress’

WATCH: Inverness doctors brush off schoolgirl’s symptoms of MS as ‘teenage girl stress’

WATCH: Inverness doctors brush off schoolgirl’s symptoms of MS as ‘teenage girl stress’

10 April 2024

A girl from Inverness was diagnosed with MS as a teenager, but for years the doctors ‘brushed it off as teenage girl stress’.


Ness Bridge will be lit to celebrate the birthday of an Inverness baby who tragically died in his sleep

Ness Bridge will be lit to celebrate the birthday of an Inverness baby who tragically died in his sleep

Ness Bridge will be lit to celebrate the birthday of an Inverness baby who tragically died in his sleep

10 April 2024

The bridge will be lit with the colours of the baby loss charity, Held In Our Hearts, to remember Albie McKenzie.


RHODA GRANT: Our NHS buildings need modernising

RHODA GRANT: Our NHS buildings need modernising

RHODA GRANT: Our NHS buildings need modernising

09 April 2024

My hope for the coming weeks and months is a rethink from Scottish Government on its decision to pause all NHS capital projects, says our columnist.


Highland Muslim community speak about Ramadan as celebration draws to a close

Highland Muslim community speak about Ramadan as celebration draws to a close

Highland Muslim community speak about Ramadan as celebration draws to a close

09 April 2024

The Muslim community in the Highlands have been partaking in Ramadan since March 11.


YOUR VIEWS: Problems again on Torvean Swing Bridge in Inverness

YOUR VIEWS: Problems again on Torvean Swing Bridge in Inverness

YOUR VIEWS: Problems again on Torvean Swing Bridge in Inverness

09 April 2024

Readers react to news of problems appearing again on a key city route.


FERGUS EWING: The people spoke and the politicians listened

FERGUS EWING: The people spoke and the politicians listened

FERGUS EWING: The people spoke and the politicians listened

09 April 2024

Working together across party divides can bring results, says our MSP.


Fundraiser set to celebrate the birthday of an Inverness baby who tragically died in his sleep

Fundraiser set to celebrate the birthday of an Inverness baby who tragically died in his sleep

Fundraiser set to celebrate the birthday of an Inverness baby who tragically died in his sleep

08 April 2024

An Inverness mum grieving an unimaginable loss of her baby boy is set to host a fundraiser in tribute of his second birthday.


BUSINESS INSIGHT: Influencers provide a Taste of Nairn

BUSINESS INSIGHT: Influencers provide a Taste of Nairn

BUSINESS INSIGHT: Influencers provide a Taste of Nairn

08 April 2024

We have a great product. Their job was/is to make sure a wider audience know that too, says our columnist.


WATCH: Inverness fuel tanker driver battling cancer is one step closer to receiving critical lifesaving treatment

WATCH: Inverness fuel tanker driver battling cancer is one step closer to receiving critical lifesaving treatment

WATCH: Inverness fuel tanker driver battling cancer is one step closer to receiving critical lifesaving treatment

07 April 2024

An Inverness tanker driver who crashed his lorry into a shop premises in Beauly is one step closer to living a longer life with his wife and children.


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