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'What do you do in lockdown when you can’t go home and there is nowhere open?'

31 January 2021
'What do you do in lockdown when you can’t go home and there is nowhere open?'

'What do you do in lockdown when you can’t go home and there is nowhere open?'

31 January 2021

Time to kill awaiting a car going through its MoT gave Karen Anderson an unexpected opportunity to go for a long walk.


Christian Viewpoint: Unconditional love means exactly what it says

31 January 2021
Christian Viewpoint: Unconditional love means exactly what it says

Christian Viewpoint: Unconditional love means exactly what it says

31 January 2021

My chat with Simon Spence had hardly begun when he spoke about his belief that God not only loves us unconditionally, but also likes us.


Ask the Doc: What can a pharmacy do for me?

30 January 2021
Ask the Doc: What can a pharmacy do for me?

Ask the Doc: What can a pharmacy do for me?

30 January 2021

I keep hearing that my pharmacy can help me when my GP is shut. What sort of things can they help with?


'Where we do have definite good news is with the Covid vaccine'

30 January 2021
'Where we do have definite good news is with the Covid vaccine'

'Where we do have definite good news is with the Covid vaccine'

30 January 2021

We are all keen for good news as the months of pandemic and coronavirus restrictions drag on, Dr Tim Allison writes.


Christian Viewpoint: 'You can never know what lies down the path until you fly it'

24 January 2021
Christian Viewpoint: 'You can never know what lies down the path until you fly it'

Christian Viewpoint: 'You can never know what lies down the path until you fly it'

24 January 2021

John Dempster considers the message within a new adventure tale.


OPINION: Covid-19 restrictions are difficult but also essential as cases of coronavirus rise in the Highlands

17 January 2021
OPINION: Covid-19 restrictions are difficult but also essential as cases of coronavirus rise in the Highlands

OPINION: Covid-19 restrictions are difficult but also essential as cases of coronavirus rise in the Highlands

17 January 2021

Dr Tim Allison, NHS Highland director of public health and policy, sets out why peopleneed to help stop the spread of coronavirus.


CHRISTIAN VIEWPOINT: Choose life – live in the hope brought by Jesus, writes John Dempster

17 January 2021
CHRISTIAN VIEWPOINT: Choose life – live in the hope brought by Jesus, writes John Dempster

CHRISTIAN VIEWPOINT: Choose life – live in the hope brought by Jesus, writes John Dempster

17 January 2021

How we need hope this dark January!


OPINION: Tony Mackay's economic outlook for the Highlands in 2021

16 January 2021
OPINION: Tony Mackay's economic outlook for the Highlands in 2021

OPINION: Tony Mackay's economic outlook for the Highlands in 2021

16 January 2021

After the rollercoaster that was 2020, can we predict what the Highland economy has in store this year?


OPINION: Brexit deal is a bad one for Scottish fishing fleet

10 January 2021
OPINION: Brexit deal is a bad one for Scottish fishing fleet

OPINION: Brexit deal is a bad one for Scottish fishing fleet

10 January 2021

Fergus Ewing MSP believes the Brexit deal is not good news for Scotland.


'Smile and laugh if you can as we make our way into 2021'

10 January 2021
'Smile and laugh if you can as we make our way into 2021'

'Smile and laugh if you can as we make our way into 2021'

10 January 2021

Columnist Karen Anderson reflects on the year gone by and looks to find hope in 2021.


Working from Home with Kids (Round Two) – Advice for Parents

05 January 2021
Working from Home with Kids (Round Two) – Advice for Parents

Working from Home with Kids (Round Two) – Advice for Parents

05 January 2021

10 tips on how to survive lockdown with your kids.


Covid-19 pandemic has taken its toll on those of us with mental health issues

04 January 2021
Covid-19 pandemic has taken its toll on those of us with mental health issues

Covid-19 pandemic has taken its toll on those of us with mental health issues

04 January 2021

For most of us, lockdown was a sudden, massive disruption to our routine and exposed many people to levels of depression, anxiety and isolation.


Learning to adapt in a tough year - reflections from the Highland Archive Centre

04 January 2021
Learning to adapt in a tough year - reflections from the Highland Archive Centre

Learning to adapt in a tough year - reflections from the Highland Archive Centre

04 January 2021

The beginning of a new year is the perfect time to take stock and reflect on the months just past, writes the Highland Archive Centre's Lorna Steele.


OPINION: Highland tourism can build on offering the chance to slow down as Covid-19 lessons are learned

03 January 2021
OPINION: Highland tourism can build on offering the chance to slow down as Covid-19 lessons are learned

OPINION: Highland tourism can build on offering the chance to slow down as Covid-19 lessons are learned

03 January 2021

VisitScotland regional director for the Highlands and Outer Hebrides, Chris Taylor, says there are new opportunities for the sector on 2021.


'Lockdown taught a lot of us that working from home is entirely possible'

02 January 2021
'Lockdown taught a lot of us that working from home is entirely possible'

'Lockdown taught a lot of us that working from home is entirely possible'

02 January 2021

Business Focus: Richard Jones hopes people remember the lessons from 2020 as we make a fresh start in 2021


Opinion: Seeing off the old year usually involves a little sadness – not so much this time

01 January 2021
Opinion: Seeing off the old year usually involves a little sadness – not so much this time

Opinion: Seeing off the old year usually involves a little sadness – not so much this time

01 January 2021

There is light at the end of the tunnel and we should still count our blessings, says MSP Rhoda Grant.


Top tips for your pet as you look to year ahead

01 January 2021
Top tips for your pet as you look to year ahead

Top tips for your pet as you look to year ahead

01 January 2021

New year resolutions aren't just for you – here are some your pet could benefit greatly from.


Highland police chief: 'Never underestimate impact small gestures have on our officers and staff every day'

31 December 2020
Highland police chief: 'Never underestimate impact small gestures have on our officers and staff every day'

Highland police chief: 'Never underestimate impact small gestures have on our officers and staff every day'

31 December 2020

A look back on what the challenges and achievements of a busy year across the region for police and partners during an unprecedented pandemic.


OPINION: Vaccination holds genuine hope for a return to normality

26 December 2020
OPINION: Vaccination holds genuine hope for a return to normality

OPINION: Vaccination holds genuine hope for a return to normality

26 December 2020

MSP Fergus Ewing on the roll-out of the Covid-19 coronavirus vaccine.


Christian Viewpoint: Finding the true value of X in Xmas

20 December 2020
Christian Viewpoint: Finding the true value of X in Xmas

Christian Viewpoint: Finding the true value of X in Xmas

20 December 2020

Even in the 1950s there were some who wanted to enjoy the winter celebrations without reference to Jesus, writes John Dempster.


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