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Covid survivor Sarah pleads for more compassion for the vulnerable

Covid survivor Sarah pleads for more compassion for the vulnerable

Covid survivor Sarah pleads for more compassion for the vulnerable

One of the sickest Highlanders to survive Covid-19 has made a plea for more compassion to be shown towards the vulnerable with restrictions eased.


Mental health charity sees 75% increase in requests for support

Mental health charity sees 75% increase in requests for support

Mental health charity sees 75% increase in requests for support

Ceo of Mikeysline, Emily Stokes, has spoken out on the importance of getting help during Mental Health Awareness Week.


WATCH: Pupils check out progress on development of NHS Highland national treatment centre

WATCH: Pupils check out progress on development of NHS Highland national treatment centre

WATCH: Pupils check out progress on development of NHS Highland national treatment centre

Pupils from an Inverness secondary school were given a first-hand glimpse of the new National Treatment Centre Highland as it continues to take shape.


Pressure grows on NHS Highland for Nairn jab rethink

Pressure grows on NHS Highland for Nairn jab rethink

Pressure grows on NHS Highland for Nairn jab rethink

Pressure is mounting on NHS Highland to reverse a decision to use the Nairn Community & Arts Centre for any future Covid immunisation.


Charity funds respiratory nurse for NHS Highland

Charity funds respiratory nurse for NHS Highland

Charity funds respiratory nurse for NHS Highland

Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland (CHSS) is giving £53,000 to fund the post to alleviate pressure on NHS Highland and improve lung disease care.


DR TIM ALLISON: It is not time to get back fully to how things were before

DR TIM ALLISON: It is not time to get back fully to how things were before

DR TIM ALLISON: It is not time to get back fully to how things were before

Three years ago, we lived in a world where masks were worn by surgeons or by comic book heroes, but hardly ever by most of us.


Inverness trauma surgeon returns to Ukraine

Inverness trauma surgeon returns to Ukraine

Inverness trauma surgeon returns to Ukraine

Andy Kent set off on his 58th birthday this week as a volunteer with frontline aid charity UK-Med.


Marie Curie say thanks to Inverness

Marie Curie say thanks to Inverness

Marie Curie say thanks to Inverness

Marie Curie have thanked the people of Inverness for supporting the annual Daffodil Appeal raising money for end-of-life care.


Care home is rated as ‘very good’

Care home is rated as ‘very good’

Care home is rated as ‘very good’

An Inverness care home for people with disabilities has received a “very good” rating after a visit from the Care Inspectorate.


Teenager battling incurable cancer will fulfil her 'bucket list' thanks to generosity of friends and strangers

Teenager battling incurable cancer will fulfil her 'bucket list' thanks to generosity of friends and strangers

Teenager battling incurable cancer will fulfil her 'bucket list' thanks to generosity of friends and strangers

Maisie Fraser (18), who lives in the Hilton area of Inverness, was diagnosed with rare and incurable liver cancer in 2020.


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