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Reliance on oil and gas has not gone away

Reliance on oil and gas has not gone away

Reliance on oil and gas has not gone away

ENERGY VIEWPOINT: Andrew Bradshaw argues that we need fossil fuels for much more than transport – until alternatives are created


Act early to tackle health problems in your older cat

Act early to tackle health problems in your older cat

Act early to tackle health problems in your older cat

Alison Laurie-Chalmers from Crown Vets is back this week to discuss how to keep older cats as healthy as possible.


Inside Holyrood: Business support must get out there with £100 million in support yet to be allocated

Inside Holyrood: Business support must get out there with £100 million in support yet to be allocated

Inside Holyrood: Business support must get out there with £100 million in support yet to be allocated

MSP Jamie Halcro Johnston says 'It’s long past the time for ministers to pay proper attention to reviving our economy'


From the Archive: Accounting for life in years gone by

From the Archive: Accounting for life in years gone by

From the Archive: Accounting for life in years gone by

At the Highland Archive Centre we hold the Treasurer’s Accounts for Inverness Burgh from 1732 to 1900, which contain a wealth of information.


True friendship stands the test of time – plus there’s so much to talk about!

True friendship stands the test of time – plus there’s so much to talk about!

True friendship stands the test of time – plus there’s so much to talk about!

If you read my column last week, you’ll know I’m embarking on the caffeine-free journey of misery. But it’s hard to go cold turkey from the buzz!


Christian Viewpoint: Days may be dark now but light is on its way

Christian Viewpoint: Days may be dark now but light is on its way

Christian Viewpoint: Days may be dark now but light is on its way

For those of us who journey with depression, the darker days are hard. For me, they are invariably days of choosing to be positive despite my mood.


Down Memory Lane: War memorial’s tragic names brought back to life by book

Down Memory Lane: War memorial’s tragic names brought back to life by book

Down Memory Lane: War memorial’s tragic names brought back to life by book

COLUMNIST Bill McAllister explores a new book about the lives of the men remembered on a local war memorial.


Wild and free on fun woodland trails

Wild and free on fun woodland trails

Wild and free on fun woodland trails

ACTIVE OUTDOORS: John Davidson heads to Rosehall Forest in Sutherland to enjoy a picnic and games in the woods on a walk with his children


I expect modest economic growth of about 3% in 2022

I expect modest economic growth of about 3% in 2022

I expect modest economic growth of about 3% in 2022

It is a very strange time for the Highland economy because of the impact of the pandemic.


Prevention is better than cure for dog’s toothy problem

Prevention is better than cure for dog’s toothy problem

Prevention is better than cure for dog’s toothy problem

Paloma was a five-year-old Bichon Frise with very bad breath. On examination I could see she had some heavy tartar build up over her molars.


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