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PHOTOS: Online Cairngorms Minecraft map is created

PHOTOS: Online Cairngorms Minecraft map is created

PHOTOS: Online Cairngorms Minecraft map is created

26 February 2021

Planner spends three months creating region on Minecraft but with one big difference


Thieves steal kit worth £5000 in construction site break-in

Thieves steal kit worth £5000 in construction site break-in

Thieves steal kit worth £5000 in construction site break-in

26 February 2021

MORE than £5000 worth of equipment have been stolen from a Tornagrain building site.


Debenhams' Scottish stores will not reopen

Debenhams' Scottish stores will not reopen

Debenhams' Scottish stores will not reopen

26 February 2021

Debenhams has today confirmed that it will not be reopening its Scottish stores, which will be closed permanently, with all employees made redundant.


Covid hospital patient numbers fall to lowest level for six weeks

Covid hospital patient numbers fall to lowest level for six weeks

Covid hospital patient numbers fall to lowest level for six weeks

26 February 2021

Twenty-one people were receiving hospital treatment for Covid-19 across NHS Highland last night – the lowest number since January 13.


WATCH: See for the first time what dualled A9 section will look like

WATCH: See for the first time what dualled A9 section will look like

WATCH: See for the first time what dualled A9 section will look like

26 February 2021

VIDEO footage has been released showcasing what the new section of the A9 dual carriageway will look like once finished. Click here to watch it.


A9 dualling project announces Tomatin-Moy section will be next stretch to be upgraded

A9 dualling project announces Tomatin-Moy section will be next stretch to be upgraded

A9 dualling project announces Tomatin-Moy section will be next stretch to be upgraded

26 February 2021

A £115 million project to dual a six mile stretch of the A9 between Tomatin and Moy will be the next section of the trunk road to be upgraded.


Healthcare workers in NHS Highland area hailed as vaccinations break 100,000 mark

Healthcare workers in NHS Highland area hailed as vaccinations break 100,000 mark

Healthcare workers in NHS Highland area hailed as vaccinations break 100,000 mark

26 February 2021

AN MSP has praised frontline healthcare workers after vaccinations in the NHS Highland area surpassed the 100,000 mark.


Lifeline for tour guides as fund offers 'much-needed support'

Lifeline for tour guides as fund offers 'much-needed support'

Lifeline for tour guides as fund offers 'much-needed support'

26 February 2021

"Essential" support for tour guides who have been under severe financial strain due to the coronavirus pandemic


Last box of sought-after ice creams auctioned by shop owner for Highland charity

Last box of sought-after ice creams auctioned by shop owner for Highland charity

Last box of sought-after ice creams auctioned by shop owner for Highland charity

26 February 2021

A box of sought-after ice creams has been snapped up for £50 – almost 10 times the retail price – in a charity fundraising auction.


Cheers to the last decade!

Cheers to the last decade!

Cheers to the last decade!

26 February 2021

Craig MacLeod and Collette MacPherson, the licensees of one of Inverness’s oldest pubs The Innes Bar, are celebrating a decade at the helm.


New tourism group for Highlands

New tourism group for Highlands

New tourism group for Highlands

25 February 2021

A NEW organisation hopes to give a unified voice to the Highland tourism sector as it meets the challenge of the pandemic and the impact of Brexit.


Business Focus: Can do attitude is vital

Business Focus: Can do attitude is vital

Business Focus: Can do attitude is vital

25 February 2021

THE SCDI's regional chairwoman believes a 'can do attitude' is vital for the Highlands to meet the business challenges of the future.


Highland mum’s stem cell donor plea for four-year-old daughter

Highland mum’s stem cell donor plea for four-year-old daughter

Highland mum’s stem cell donor plea for four-year-old daughter

25 February 2021

Steph Davidson, from Alness, is backing an appeal by blood cancer charity DKMS, for people to sign up for a register of blood stem cell donors.


Tourism chiefs demand date for reopening

Tourism chiefs demand date for reopening

Tourism chiefs demand date for reopening

25 February 2021

Dozens of hotels and other tourist accommodation providers have joined forces to call on the Scottish Government to reopen the sector in May.


U-turn from Inverness care home provider Barchester as it says it will not ask visitors for proof of vaccination, after issue was raised in parliament

U-turn from Inverness care home provider Barchester as it says it will not ask visitors for proof of vaccination, after issue was raised in parliament

U-turn from Inverness care home provider Barchester as it says it will not ask visitors for proof of vaccination, after issue was raised in parliament

25 February 2021

The company said it was still lobbying the government for relatives to be prioritised for vaccination.


Police in the Highlands remind people of laws to protect bats

Police in the Highlands remind people of laws to protect bats

Police in the Highlands remind people of laws to protect bats

25 February 2021

All ten species found in Scotland are protected under law.


VIDEO: First Minister backs MSP’s call for extension to NHS Highland Healing Process

VIDEO: First Minister backs MSP’s call for extension to NHS Highland Healing Process

VIDEO: First Minister backs MSP’s call for extension to NHS Highland Healing Process

25 February 2021

Edward Mountain MSP has called for an extension for claims, due to be closed to registrations tomorrow, to be extended.


Inverness-born forensic anthropologist Professor Dame Sue Black appointed to House of Lords

Inverness-born forensic anthropologist Professor Dame Sue Black appointed to House of Lords

Inverness-born forensic anthropologist Professor Dame Sue Black appointed to House of Lords

25 February 2021

Renowned forensic anthropologist Professor Dame Sue Black has been made a non-party-political peer by the House of Lords Appointments Commission.


1.5 million Scots have now received first Covid vaccination

1.5 million Scots have now received first Covid vaccination

1.5 million Scots have now received first Covid vaccination

25 February 2021

THE milestone was reached on the same day the cumulative number of confirmed coronavirus cases passed the 200,000 mark.


VIDEO: Highlands police to take part in team talks to raise awareness of inequalities within the community

VIDEO: Highlands police to take part in team talks to raise awareness of inequalities within the community

VIDEO: Highlands police to take part in team talks to raise awareness of inequalities within the community

25 February 2021

Police are marking the end of LGBT History Month with a reflection on the progress being made in the Scottish police force.


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