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It provoked heated debate across social media: should the slang word ‘jag’ or ‘jab’ be used for injection?
Classes in this year’s Inverness Music Festival have seen some strong competition, according to the adjudicators.
NINE new cases of the coronavirus have been detected across NHS Highland.
Councillor Andrew Jarvie also wants to see a Council Tax cut in this year's budget when it is decided on Thursday
It is simple three-letter slang for a medical term defining these strange and concerning times – yet opinion is divided on 'jag' or 'jab'
ANOTHER 18 coronavirus infections have been identified across the NHS Highland health board area.
Active nation commissioner Lee Craigie joins active travel organisations to urge people in the Highlands to keep walking, wheeling and cycling.
As the country takes cautious steps towards moving out of lockdown, the future is looking bright for at least one Highland company.
An Inverness venture involving a city centre bar is in the running for an award recognising Scotland’s hospitality heroes.
ANOTHER 14 Covid-19 infections have been detected across the NHS Highland area.
People in the Highlands will soon receive coronavirus vaccines closer to home with the help of a mobile vaccination unit called the Jabbernaut.
A £4 million support fund has been launched to help Highlanders struggling with their energy bills during the Covid lockdown.
The organisers of Piping Inverness, which incorporates the European Pipe Band Championships, has cancelled this year’s event.