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£1.5m tourism investment at heart of Highland’s budget proposals for recovery, health and prosperity

£1.5m tourism investment at heart of Highland’s budget proposals for recovery, health and prosperity

£1.5m tourism investment at heart of Highland’s budget proposals for recovery, health and prosperity

The budget proposals will be considered by Highland Council tomorrow, March 4.


Popular Inverness dog field will be 'limited use' if owners don't pick up after pooches

Popular Inverness dog field will be 'limited use' if owners don't pick up after pooches

Popular Inverness dog field will be 'limited use' if owners don't pick up after pooches

A four-acre secure dog field in Inverness will have to limit availability to dogs if owners don't pick up 'deposits' after use.


Greens launch campaign to halt expansion of Inverness airport

Greens launch campaign to halt expansion of Inverness airport

Greens launch campaign to halt expansion of Inverness airport

But operator Hial says its must expand to support long-term aviation links that sustain the region's economic growth


Inside Holyrood: MSP calls for 'common sense' approach to the issue of remote air traffic control in the Highlands

Inside Holyrood: MSP calls for 'common sense' approach to the issue of remote air traffic control in the Highlands

Inside Holyrood: MSP calls for 'common sense' approach to the issue of remote air traffic control in the Highlands

Rhoda Grant has written to Audit Scotland to probe the claims made by Hial about the plans


Coronavirus pandemic drives surge in property sales and inquiries in the Highlands

Coronavirus pandemic drives surge in property sales and inquiries in the Highlands

Coronavirus pandemic drives surge in property sales and inquiries in the Highlands

The coronavirus pandemic has triggered a boom in property inquiries and sales in the Highlands as people rethink their lives.


Conservatives in Highland Council call for more than £42 million to be invested in roads

Conservatives in Highland Council call for more than £42 million to be invested in roads

Conservatives in Highland Council call for more than £42 million to be invested in roads

Councillor Andrew Jarvie also wants to see a Council Tax cut in this year's budget when it is decided on Thursday


Business Focus: We ask both our governments to extend and expand support to affected firms and workers

Business Focus: We ask both our governments to extend and expand support to affected firms and workers

Business Focus: We ask both our governments to extend and expand support to affected firms and workers

Inverness Chamber chief executive Stewart Nicol wants plans to address infrastructure challenge and to revitalise our local and regional economy.


Widened eligibility for Discretionary Business Grant

Widened eligibility for Discretionary Business Grant

Widened eligibility for Discretionary Business Grant

Highland Council has today widened eligibility and extended the deadline for businesses to apply for its Discretionary Business Grant scheme.


Exclusive: the 'suffering' of Highland businesses will be a major focus of the Lib Dems' response to tomorrow's UK budget

Exclusive: the 'suffering' of Highland businesses will be a major focus of the Lib Dems' response to tomorrow's UK budget

Exclusive: the 'suffering' of Highland businesses will be a major focus of the Lib Dems' response to tomorrow's UK budget

Treasury spokeswoman Christine Jardine says 'lives and livelihoods' are on the line all across the north


North of Scotland drone project could revolutionise marine renewables sector

North of Scotland drone project could revolutionise marine renewables sector

North of Scotland drone project could revolutionise marine renewables sector

A team from the University of the Highlands and Islands could potentially revolutionise the marine renewables industry through the use of drones


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