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County aim to end Celtic’s record run

27 November 2020
County aim to end Celtic’s record run

County aim to end Celtic’s record run

27 November 2020

Harry Paton is urging his Ross County team-mates to believe they can create shockwaves in Celtic’s empty backyard.


Kettlewell wants strength of mind

27 November 2020
Kettlewell wants strength of mind

Kettlewell wants strength of mind

27 November 2020

Stuart Kettlewell has denied “throwing players under the bus” after the loss at Kilmarnock – insisting he retains faith in his young squad’s ability.


Kettlewell at ease with high pressure

26 November 2020
Kettlewell at ease with high pressure

Kettlewell at ease with high pressure

26 November 2020

Stuart Kettlewell and Celtic boss Neil Lennon share common ground with pressure at the moment, but Ross County's manager is not letting it get to him.


Age is no excuse for poor form, says Paton

26 November 2020
Age is no excuse for poor form, says Paton

Age is no excuse for poor form, says Paton

26 November 2020

Harry Paton insists it is up to every Ross County player – young and old – to demonstrate their depth of commitment to the cause.


Socially-distanced Santa puts Elf and safety first at garden centre

21 November 2020
Socially-distanced Santa puts Elf and safety first at garden centre

Socially-distanced Santa puts Elf and safety first at garden centre

21 November 2020

A socially distanced Santa is a sign of these coronavirus-conscious times as a Highland garden centre.


Battles lines drawn over plans to make Covid-19 paths permanent in Inverness

21 November 2020
Battles lines drawn over plans to make Covid-19 paths permanent in Inverness

Battles lines drawn over plans to make Covid-19 paths permanent in Inverness

21 November 2020

Opinion is divided on plans to make controversial Covid-19 cycling and walking paths permanent in Inverness.


'I'm still very tearful from time to time but this has helped me no end'

21 November 2020
'I'm still very tearful from time to time but this has helped me no end'

'I'm still very tearful from time to time but this has helped me no end'

21 November 2020

A WESTER Ross octogenarian whose life has been turned upside down by a cruel double blow suffered by his wife has set himself an inspiring challenge.


Next-day grocery service stepped up to keep Easter Ross in supplies

20 November 2020
Next-day grocery service stepped up to keep Easter Ross in supplies

Next-day grocery service stepped up to keep Easter Ross in supplies

20 November 2020

A Highland online grocery firm launched this year is seeking to improve its service by providing next-day deliveries to much of Easter Ross.


Councillors to decide this week on planning blueprint for all major developments in Inverness and inner Moray Firth

18 November 2020
Councillors to decide this week on planning blueprint for all major developments in Inverness and inner Moray Firth

Councillors to decide this week on planning blueprint for all major developments in Inverness and inner Moray Firth

18 November 2020

A blueprint guiding all major development in Inverness and the inner Moray Firth will be considered by Highland councillors this week.


House of Commons hears of Ryan Christie heroics for Scotland after MPs motion

16 November 2020
House of Commons hears of Ryan Christie heroics for Scotland after MPs motion

House of Commons hears of Ryan Christie heroics for Scotland after MPs motion

16 November 2020

A Highland MP has saluted Inverness-born Ryan Christie in the UK parliament after his Scotland heroics last week.


UHI backs musical artists by paying for live online gigs

16 November 2020
UHI backs musical artists by paying for live online gigs

UHI backs musical artists by paying for live online gigs

16 November 2020

An array of musical acts with links to the Highlands’ leading educational establishment are being brought together live online.


WATCH: Video shows bare-chested Highland piper wowing Edinburgh with performance after Scotland's Euros triumph

16 November 2020
WATCH: Video shows bare-chested Highland piper wowing Edinburgh with performance after Scotland's Euros triumph

WATCH: Video shows bare-chested Highland piper wowing Edinburgh with performance after Scotland's Euros triumph

16 November 2020

A student whose celebratory bagpipe-playing went viral in the aftermath of Scotland’s Euro 2020 play-off win over Serbia hails from the Highlands.


'Ambitious' renewables project set to net Highland Council carbon savings

15 November 2020
'Ambitious' renewables project set to net Highland Council carbon savings

'Ambitious' renewables project set to net Highland Council carbon savings

15 November 2020

Highland Council says it is making significant carbon savings from the roll-out of solar panels on some of its buildings.


Old Fox dram set to go under the hammer in Dingwall for Highland Hospice

14 November 2020
Old Fox dram set to go under the hammer in Dingwall for Highland Hospice

Old Fox dram set to go under the hammer in Dingwall for Highland Hospice

14 November 2020

A VERY rare whisky donated by Lovat Estates will be one of the sought-after items at a special Dingwall auction to raise funds for Highland Hospice.


Eliza's legacy inspires pupils at her former school Fortrose Academy during Black History Month

14 November 2020
Eliza's legacy inspires pupils at her former school Fortrose Academy during Black History Month

Eliza's legacy inspires pupils at her former school Fortrose Academy during Black History Month

14 November 2020

The memory of a girl brought to the Black Isle by her slave owning father has been honoured by the school she attended more than 200 years ago.


Union call for use of furlough scheme to save air jobs in Highlands

14 November 2020
Union call for use of furlough scheme to save air jobs in Highlands

Union call for use of furlough scheme to save air jobs in Highlands

14 November 2020

Union Unite Scotland is urging Loganair to use the extended furlough scheme to prevent job losses at Inverness and other Scottish airports.


Ryan Christie success almost had dad Charlie cracking open his coveted man of the match champagne from Celtic Park in 2000

13 November 2020
Ryan Christie success almost had dad Charlie cracking open his coveted man of the match champagne from Celtic Park in 2000

Ryan Christie success almost had dad Charlie cracking open his coveted man of the match champagne from Celtic Park in 2000

13 November 2020

It promises to go down as one of the great iconic moments in Scottish football history.


Retired soldier to be accompanied by a paramedic as he walks hard miles for charity that saved his life

08 November 2020
Retired soldier to be accompanied by a paramedic as he walks hard miles for charity that saved his life

Retired soldier to be accompanied by a paramedic as he walks hard miles for charity that saved his life

08 November 2020

An army veteran with lung damage and breathing difficulties is walking hard miles to raise cash for the charity that saved his life while suicidal.


Ross beautician: 'I don’t want to scrounge off the government, I want to work'

07 November 2020
Ross beautician: 'I don’t want to scrounge off the government, I want to work'

Ross beautician: 'I don’t want to scrounge off the government, I want to work'

07 November 2020

A ROSS-SHIRE beautician is vowing to defy Covid-19 guidelines and keep offering treatments that require customers to remove face masks.


Young musicians team up with service families for Remembrance Day collaboration

06 November 2020
Young musicians team up with service families for Remembrance Day collaboration

Young musicians team up with service families for Remembrance Day collaboration

06 November 2020

A special collaboration between young Highland musicians and the families of servicemen and women is set to premiere online on Remembrance Sunday.


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