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Breaking: Covid vaccine certificates set to stay but the scheme will not be extended to new facilities or venues

Breaking: Covid vaccine certificates set to stay but the scheme will not be extended to new facilities or venues

Breaking: Covid vaccine certificates set to stay but the scheme will not be extended to new facilities or venues

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon called on people to take Lateral Flow Tests before socialising


Inside Holyrood: It is time to end the stigma around food banks

Inside Holyrood: It is time to end the stigma around food banks

Inside Holyrood: It is time to end the stigma around food banks

MSP Emma Roddick says she will work to increase the 'take-up of benefits by those who are eligible – without shame'


Highland Council bids to tackle the region’s housing crisis with a full-time empty homes officer

Highland Council bids to tackle the region’s housing crisis with a full-time empty homes officer

Highland Council bids to tackle the region’s housing crisis with a full-time empty homes officer

The official will work with homeowners to bring privately-owned empty properties across the Highlands back into use


Council Education Committee shines a spotlight on pupil safety online

Council Education Committee shines a spotlight on pupil safety online

Council Education Committee shines a spotlight on pupil safety online

Chairman John Finlayson says the 'Highland’s Online Safety Centre is easily accessible to allow people to navigate different advice'


Inverness Campus sports facilities and the Victorian Market will share £420,000 of Scottish Government funding

Inverness Campus sports facilities and the Victorian Market will share £420,000 of Scottish Government funding

Inverness Campus sports facilities and the Victorian Market will share £420,000 of Scottish Government funding

Professor Chris O’Neil says 'It has been a long-held ambition of the college to bring sports facilities to Inverness Campus'


Inverness councillors award more than £93,000 of Common Good Fund cash

Inverness councillors award more than £93,000 of Common Good Fund cash

Inverness councillors award more than £93,000 of Common Good Fund cash

Provost Helen Carmichael says 'These funding awards demonstrate the importance of the Inverness Common Good Fund’s assistance'


Our Man in Westminster: Important Gibraltar trip marred by false claims

Our Man in Westminster: Important Gibraltar trip marred by false claims

Our Man in Westminster: Important Gibraltar trip marred by false claims

MP Drew Hendry says politicising an otherwise 'important, intensive and informative experience' was disappointing


Inverness councillors agree to start work on developing sports facilities for the east of the city

Inverness councillors agree to start work on developing sports facilities for the east of the city

Inverness councillors agree to start work on developing sports facilities for the east of the city

A working group will support council officers and High Life Highland will meet before the end of the year.


Air Traffic Control centralisation plans still under scrutiny

Air Traffic Control centralisation plans still under scrutiny

Air Traffic Control centralisation plans still under scrutiny

Highlands and Islands Labour MSP Rhoda Grant gave a compelling statement against Hial’s ATMS centralisation plans.


Decision due on permit parking for two streets west of the River Ness

Decision due on permit parking for two streets west of the River Ness

Decision due on permit parking for two streets west of the River Ness

The changes tabled are for Ross Avenue and Ballifeary Road after a consultation with residents


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