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NHS Highland rebuffs calls for staff implicated in bullying to be suspended or fired

NHS Highland rebuffs calls for staff implicated in bullying to be suspended or fired

NHS Highland rebuffs calls for staff implicated in bullying to be suspended or fired

Chief executive Pam Dudek says the inappropriate behaviour will be dealt with through a change in culture


One patient's data breached twice in 17 months by NHS Highland

One patient's data breached twice in 17 months by NHS Highland

One patient's data breached twice in 17 months by NHS Highland

MSP David Stewart has been told that a patient had his confidential data was breached twice after the latest incident was made public yesterday.


Kate Forbes MSP launches A82 survey in bid to prioritise targeted improvements

Kate Forbes MSP launches A82 survey in bid to prioritise targeted improvements

Kate Forbes MSP launches A82 survey in bid to prioritise targeted improvements

Since 2017, more than 20 people have lost their lives through accidents on the A82. There have been a spate of serious accidents in recent weeks.


The historic Infirmary Bridge may have to close after Inverness councillors refused to back a move to secure cash for immediate repairs

The historic Infirmary Bridge may have to close after Inverness councillors refused to back a move to secure cash for immediate repairs

The historic Infirmary Bridge may have to close after Inverness councillors refused to back a move to secure cash for immediate repairs

Councillor Andrew Jarvie hoped to prevent the £550,000 bill spiralling further but was voted down


Export certificate fees agreed for Highland goods shipping into EU post-Brexit

Export certificate fees agreed for Highland goods shipping into EU post-Brexit

Export certificate fees agreed for Highland goods shipping into EU post-Brexit

AROUND 11,000 export certificates will be needed by Highland firms when selling goods of animal origin into the EU after the Brexit transition.


Jamie Halcro Johnston appointed to Scottish Tories shadow cabinet

Jamie Halcro Johnston appointed to Scottish Tories shadow cabinet

Jamie Halcro Johnston appointed to Scottish Tories shadow cabinet

MSP for the Highlands and Islands will become shadow cabinet secretary for the rural economy and tourism.


Inverness city centre car-free bid rejected by councillors

Inverness city centre car-free bid rejected by councillors

Inverness city centre car-free bid rejected by councillors

SNP members argued it was time for the city centre to be completely reimagined while also making it both greener and cleaner.


Five day relaxation of Christmas restrictions to allow up to three household to meet, it is understood

Five day relaxation of Christmas restrictions to allow up to three household to meet, it is understood

Five day relaxation of Christmas restrictions to allow up to three household to meet, it is understood

Leaked information suggests that all four home nations agreed to the move at meeting of Cobra this afternoon


MSP launches campaign to tackle loneliness among those receiving care in the Highlands

MSP launches campaign to tackle loneliness among those receiving care in the Highlands

MSP launches campaign to tackle loneliness among those receiving care in the Highlands

Edward Mountain set-up an online petition to persuade NHS Highland to allow carers more time with those they look after


The First Minister confirms the Highlands is to be kept at level one Covid restrictions

The First Minister confirms the Highlands is to be kept at level one Covid restrictions

The First Minister confirms the Highlands is to be kept at level one Covid restrictions

Nicola Sturgeon said there is now reason for 'cautious optimism' as new cases have stabilised


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