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Woman with multiple sclerosis hits out at “degrading” benefits assessment process

Woman with multiple sclerosis hits out at “degrading” benefits assessment process

Woman with multiple sclerosis hits out at “degrading” benefits assessment process

A woman diagnosed with relapsing MS in 2016 claims the Personal Independence Payment (PIP) assessment has failed her.


Peat & Diesel perform for patients at Highland Hospice

Peat & Diesel perform for patients at Highland Hospice

Peat & Diesel perform for patients at Highland Hospice

POPULAR band Peat & Diesel have given a special performance to patients and staff at Highland Hospice.


Caley Thistle help feed doctors and nurses at Raigmore Hospital

Caley Thistle help feed doctors and nurses at Raigmore Hospital

Caley Thistle help feed doctors and nurses at Raigmore Hospital

DOCTORS and nurses at Raigmore Hospital's intensive care unit are helping prevent surplus sandwiches and pies from Caley Thistle going to waste.


Stressed out teachers off sick hits five-year high

Stressed out teachers off sick hits five-year high

Stressed out teachers off sick hits five-year high

STRESS-RELATED absences among Highland secondary school teachers soared to a five-year high last year.


Heart attack survivor to tackle Etape Loch Ness

Heart attack survivor to tackle Etape Loch Ness

Heart attack survivor to tackle Etape Loch Ness

An Inverness heart attack survivor is set to tackle the gruelling Etape Loch Ness for a second time.


Surgeon praises child-friendly unit at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness

Surgeon praises child-friendly unit at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness

Surgeon praises child-friendly unit at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness

A children's surgeon who was the inspiration behind the new Highland Children's Unit at Raigmore Hospital says it is a credit to the region.


MP wants law change on benefits for the dying

MP wants law change on benefits for the dying

MP wants law change on benefits for the dying

Highland MP Drew Hendry is stepping up his campaign to make it easier for dying people to access the right benefits.


NHS Highland to offer victims 'bespoke' care after health secretary's intervention

NHS Highland to offer victims 'bespoke' care after health secretary's intervention

NHS Highland to offer victims 'bespoke' care after health secretary's intervention

HEALTH Secretary Jeane Freeman has stepped in to ensure NHS Highland abides by the recommendations of the Sturrock Review into bullying.


Mental health campaigners take time to talk in Inverness

Mental health campaigners take time to talk in Inverness

Mental health campaigners take time to talk in Inverness

Two mental health campaigners visited Inverness as part of a 600-mile trip around Scotland, to get people talking about mental health.


NHS Highland has confirmed that no-one is being treated for coronavirus in Inverness

NHS Highland has confirmed that no-one is being treated for coronavirus in Inverness

NHS Highland has confirmed that no-one is being treated for coronavirus in Inverness

NHS Highland has told the public carry on as normal after confirming that no-one in Raigmore Hospital is being treated for coronavirus.


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