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DAVID STEWART: Is it time for Inverness to have an elected mayor?

DAVID STEWART: Is it time for Inverness to have an elected mayor?

DAVID STEWART: Is it time for Inverness to have an elected mayor?

Donald Dewar famously said that devolution was a process, not an event. Why not give more clout to our local authorities?


Heavyweight support for Highland green freeport bid from Scottish Conservative leader

Heavyweight support for Highland green freeport bid from Scottish Conservative leader

Heavyweight support for Highland green freeport bid from Scottish Conservative leader

Douglas Ross says the Cromarty Firth 'has everything going for it' and 'ticks all the boxes' for net zero and Levelling Up


WATCH: Minister for net zero Michael Matheson officially opens 'fantastic' Hydro Ness

WATCH: Minister for net zero Michael Matheson officially opens 'fantastic' Hydro Ness

WATCH: Minister for net zero Michael Matheson officially opens 'fantastic' Hydro Ness

He says the project is a real 'stand-out' in Scotland that could inspire young people to get involved in renewable energy


DREW HENDRY: Cost-of-living crisis is moving to a catastrophe

DREW HENDRY: Cost-of-living crisis is moving to a catastrophe

DREW HENDRY: Cost-of-living crisis is moving to a catastrophe

This parliamentary session ended with the Tory party and the UK government in crisis mode – just another day at Westminster.


Breaking: Highland schools unaffected by nationwide strike by council staff

Breaking: Highland schools unaffected by nationwide strike by council staff

Breaking: Highland schools unaffected by nationwide strike by council staff

But local authority says walkout could affect bin collection and recycling centres


WATCH: MP highlights crippling post-Brexit import costs faced by retailer during exchange at Westminster

WATCH: MP highlights crippling post-Brexit import costs faced by retailer during exchange at Westminster

WATCH: MP highlights crippling post-Brexit import costs faced by retailer during exchange at Westminster

Crippling import costs faced by an Inverness retailer were raised during an exchange at Westminster.


Political decision-makers issued with a 'stark warning' over Cromarty Firth green freeport

Political decision-makers issued with a 'stark warning' over Cromarty Firth green freeport

Political decision-makers issued with a 'stark warning' over Cromarty Firth green freeport

It is feared that billions in investment and thousands of jobs could go abroad


Renewables industry says the Cromarty Firth is the 'only' place for a green freeport

Renewables industry says the Cromarty Firth is the 'only' place for a green freeport

Renewables industry says the Cromarty Firth is the 'only' place for a green freeport

The message was delivered to the UK and Scottish governments that through a rare joint open-letter backing the bid


If the Cromarty Firth misses out on a green freeport it could cost the country thousands of jobs and billions of pounds

If the Cromarty Firth misses out on a green freeport it could cost the country thousands of jobs and billions of pounds

If the Cromarty Firth misses out on a green freeport it could cost the country thousands of jobs and billions of pounds

All three north MPs back the bid saying it could halt the economic decline of the Highlands


NHS Highland admits 'performance has continued to deteriorate' amid waiting times crisis

NHS Highland admits 'performance has continued to deteriorate' amid waiting times crisis

NHS Highland admits 'performance has continued to deteriorate' amid waiting times crisis

The says issues due to the impact of Covid are to blame while seeks extra cash from the Scottish Government


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