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HEALTH MATTERS: 'Remobilisation' of health services halted at height of pandemic is now underway

HEALTH MATTERS: 'Remobilisation' of health services halted at height of pandemic is now underway

HEALTH MATTERS: 'Remobilisation' of health services halted at height of pandemic is now underway

There has been a lot of coverage of our preparations for Covid-19 and how we responded to the virus in NHS Highland.


Election 2021: The final part of our series sees Conservative candidate offer his views

Election 2021: The final part of our series sees Conservative candidate offer his views

Election 2021: The final part of our series sees Conservative candidate offer his views

He says what he would do about to key issues – the shortage of housing and depopulation


Election 2021: The penultimate part of our series asking candidates what they would do about depopulation and housing shortages

Election 2021: The penultimate part of our series asking candidates what they would do about depopulation and housing shortages

Election 2021: The penultimate part of our series asking candidates what they would do about depopulation and housing shortages

Today the Restore Scotland party candidate Andrew MacDonald offers his views


Election 2021: How will the Inverness and Nairn candidates tackle housing and depopulation

Election 2021: How will the Inverness and Nairn candidates tackle housing and depopulation

Election 2021: How will the Inverness and Nairn candidates tackle housing and depopulation

Part four of the series sees Liberal Democrat candidate David Gregg give us his views


Swimmer hits teen aid target

Swimmer hits teen aid target

Swimmer hits teen aid target

High Life Highland leadership officer Elizabeth McDonald signed up to the Penguin Challenge and started her quest in November.


Give people more power to make their lives better, say Greens

Give people more power to make their lives better, say Greens

Give people more power to make their lives better, say Greens

Co-leader Patrick Harvie came to Inverness to call for the de-centralisation of power in Scotland


Election 2021: Part three of the series asking candidates to answer the key questions facing the Highlands

Election 2021: Part three of the series asking candidates to answer the key questions facing the Highlands

Election 2021: Part three of the series asking candidates to answer the key questions facing the Highlands

This time Labour's Rhoda Grant addresses the issue of depopulation and housing shortages


Elephant mystery was solved for duke

Elephant mystery was solved for duke

Elephant mystery was solved for duke

Former Lord-Lieutenant of Nairnshire, Ewen Brodie of Lethen, recalled a story which caused the Duke of Edinburgh some amusement on a visit to Nairn.


PICTURES: Throwback to the 1960s when large crowds at Nairn Links cheered for The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh

PICTURES: Throwback to the 1960s when large crowds at Nairn Links cheered for The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh

PICTURES: Throwback to the 1960s when large crowds at Nairn Links cheered for The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh

In tribute to HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, the royal visit on Monday August 14, 1961 by Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh is fondly remembered.


Scouting for a new HQ

Scouting for a new HQ

Scouting for a new HQ

ONE of the oldest Scout troops in the UK wants a new purpose-built facility to cope with the growing number of youngsters keen to take up scouting.


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