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Hit climate change targets to boost green recovery, key council committee told

Hit climate change targets to boost green recovery, key council committee told

Hit climate change targets to boost green recovery, key council committee told

26 January 2021

Highland Council must achieve ambitious Scottish Government targets for tackling climate change, its recovery board heard yesterday.


33 new Covid-19 infections detected

33 new Covid-19 infections detected

33 new Covid-19 infections detected

26 January 2021

A FURTHER 33 new positive tests for Covid-19 have been recorded across the NHS Highland area.


The proprietors of MacGregor's Pub will push on with plans to add a gourmet fish bar to the current establishment

The proprietors of MacGregor's Pub will push on with plans to add a gourmet fish bar to the current establishment

The proprietors of MacGregor's Pub will push on with plans to add a gourmet fish bar to the current establishment

26 January 2021

The well-known pub suffered a setback after Highland Council turned down a bid for Scottish Government cash


Police confirm 91-year-old man has died following two-car collision in Nairn

Police confirm 91-year-old man has died following two-car collision in Nairn

Police confirm 91-year-old man has died following two-car collision in Nairn

26 January 2021

Police Scotland has confirmed that a 91-year-old male pedestrian has died following a car crash in Nairn.


UK and Scottish Governments must "work together" to provide clarity on Barnett cash for councils

UK and Scottish Governments must "work together" to provide clarity on Barnett cash for councils

UK and Scottish Governments must "work together" to provide clarity on Barnett cash for councils

26 January 2021

Highland Council’s leader is calling for UK and Scottish Government clarity and co-operation on Barnett consequentials for local authorities.


High Street set for a significant boost from Scottish Government funding

High Street set for a significant boost from Scottish Government funding

High Street set for a significant boost from Scottish Government funding

26 January 2021

But critics say too much cash went on a multi-million private renovation


MSPs to answer questions at the Highlands and Islands virtual student conference

MSPs to answer questions at the Highlands and Islands virtual student conference

MSPs to answer questions at the Highlands and Islands virtual student conference

26 January 2021

The event, which runs until Friday, focusses on the changing world of employability in a post-Covid world.


When Nicky met Bernie...

When Nicky met Bernie...

When Nicky met Bernie...

26 January 2021

The one with the presidential hopeful watching Nicky do a yoga move next to a frozen loch.


NHS Highland is warning people against a Covid vaccination scam

NHS Highland is warning people against a Covid vaccination scam

NHS Highland is warning people against a Covid vaccination scam

26 January 2021

NHS Highland reminded people that all vaccinations are free under the NHS, and it will never ask for money.


Family saved from devastating fire thanks to alarm supplied by hospital

Family saved from devastating fire thanks to alarm supplied by hospital

Family saved from devastating fire thanks to alarm supplied by hospital

26 January 2021

A family has paid heartfelt tribute to the community in Fortrose which immediately rallied round in their darkest hour.


Highland support group set up for those affected by suicide plans to broaden meetings

Highland support group set up for those affected by suicide plans to broaden meetings

Highland support group set up for those affected by suicide plans to broaden meetings

26 January 2021

A Highland charity which helps support those affected by suicide is planning to hold more meetings across a wider area this year.


QUIZ: Take part in our quiz and test your knowledge on Robert Burns

QUIZ: Take part in our quiz and test your knowledge on Robert Burns

QUIZ: Take part in our quiz and test your knowledge on Robert Burns

25 January 2021

With events across Scotland going virtual, many for the first time, people are coming together in their own way to celebrate Burns Night at home.


Closure of Debenhams could be an opportunity to look at how the prime site could be used in other ways

Closure of Debenhams could be an opportunity to look at how the prime site could be used in other ways

Closure of Debenhams could be an opportunity to look at how the prime site could be used in other ways

25 January 2021

The loss of the Inverness branch of Debenhams has been described as "a real blow" to the city


Inverness councillor makes PPE mask and gloves litter plea

Inverness councillor makes PPE mask and gloves litter plea

Inverness councillor makes PPE mask and gloves litter plea

25 January 2021

Isabelle MacKenzie said improperly disposing of such items increased the risk of infection.


Badenoch MSP announces engagement

Badenoch MSP announces engagement

Badenoch MSP announces engagement

25 January 2021

Husband-to-be proposed a few days ago whilst on a snowy local walk


Highland Council to lead on works to 'make safe' building in Inverness

Highland Council to lead on works to 'make safe' building in Inverness

Highland Council to lead on works to 'make safe' building in Inverness

25 January 2021

Three families evacuated from the building and the road will remain closed.


Education secretary to kick-off HISA’s virtual student conference

Education secretary to kick-off HISA’s virtual student conference

Education secretary to kick-off HISA’s virtual student conference

25 January 2021

The education secretary will give an insight in the future skills students will need when entering the workplace post Covid.


14 fresh Covid-19 infections detected

14 fresh Covid-19 infections detected

14 fresh Covid-19 infections detected

25 January 2021

A FURTHER 14 new coronavirus infections were recorded across the NHS Highland area in the past 24 hours.


Businesses in the Highlands hit by new coronavirus measures start receiving closure grants

Businesses in the Highlands hit by new coronavirus measures start receiving closure grants

Businesses in the Highlands hit by new coronavirus measures start receiving closure grants

25 January 2021

Hundreds of Highland businesses forced to close under the latest coronavirus lockdown measures will begin receiving payments from today.


Support for tenants hit by struggling finances is highlighted

Support for tenants hit by struggling finances is highlighted

Support for tenants hit by struggling finances is highlighted

25 January 2021

COUNCIL house tenants hit by worsening finances amid the Covid-19 pandemic are being pointed towards a new resource detailing what help is available.


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