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YOUR VIEWS: Tributes to Inverness’s former Depute Provost

By Gregor White

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Graham Ross.
Graham Ross.

Tributes were paid after former Inverness Depute Provost Graham Ross died, aged 67. He had served as a Highland councillor for the Inverness West ward for nine years until he resigned in May 2021 for family reasons.

“So sorry to read this, knew Graham from my time at Charleston and he was always very supportive of Girls’ Brigade in Inverness. Condolences to all his family and friends.” – Susan MacKenzie

“So sad... knew Graham from when he used to run/organise the youth clubs many years ago. Lovely guy. Condolences to all Graham’s family.” – Zandra Duncan

“Such sad news, remember him from the Charleston galas always doing good.” – Latefa Mohammed

“Sad to read this. Worked with Graham in the Spectrum Youth Club many years ago.” – Mairi Lumsden

New clinic aiming to help tackle the menopause

GPs Beth Macfarlane and Emma Rushwork have established Menopause Health Highland, a private, GP-led clinic – the first of its kind in Inverness – focused specifically on advising women experiencing menopause symptoms, having identified a gap in such provision.

“Well done Beth and Emma, a much-needed clinic for the Highlands.” – Avril Geddes

“This is AMAZING!! Hope you can help with chemically induced menopause with breast cancer patients too.” – Amber Louise

“Great news! Well done.” – June Hudson

Inverness gets top ranking from online visitor guide

Online travel guide Travel Lemming ranked Inverness at number 40 on its annual list of best places to travel to in the year ahead. Did readers agree with its assessment?

“I can understand why tourists think this a great city to visit but they are blissfully unaware of all we’ve lost to accommodate them, especially in the city centre.” – Kim Corbett

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