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Historic smithy at risk of collapse set to be saved by café conversion

27 March 2021
Historic smithy at risk of collapse set to be saved by café conversion

Historic smithy at risk of collapse set to be saved by café conversion

27 March 2021

A DERELICT former smithy building on a Black Isle estate is set for a new life as a café after Highland Council approved plans for its restoration.


Ask the Doc: 'I'm fed up getting colds – can I prevent them?'

27 March 2021
Ask the Doc: 'I'm fed up getting colds – can I prevent them?'

Ask the Doc: 'I'm fed up getting colds – can I prevent them?'

27 March 2021

Questions asked of doctors answered.


Care home on the right track, say inspectors

27 March 2021
Care home on the right track, say inspectors

Care home on the right track, say inspectors

27 March 2021

A CARE home which was told to take action after inspectors labelled some of its support in the pandemic as "weak", has continued to make improvements.


Two new Covid cases detected

26 March 2021
Two new Covid cases detected

Two new Covid cases detected

26 March 2021

ANOTHER two cases of the coronavirus were recorded across the NHS Highland area in the past day.


Repair work to temporarily close canal-side path

26 March 2021
Repair work to temporarily close canal-side path

Repair work to temporarily close canal-side path

26 March 2021

VITAL repairs will force the temporary closure of the canal-side footpath in Dingwall for up to three days next week.


Heavy rain forecast sparks yellow weather warning

26 March 2021
Heavy rain forecast sparks yellow weather warning

Heavy rain forecast sparks yellow weather warning

26 March 2021

A 48-HOUR yellow weather warning for heavy and persistent rain has been issued for parts of Ross-shire.


Vandalism of signs leads to police appeal

26 March 2021
Vandalism of signs leads to police appeal

Vandalism of signs leads to police appeal

26 March 2021

DAMAGE to wooden information signs in Easter Ross has sparked a police appeal for information.


Car vandalism sparks police appeal

26 March 2021
Car vandalism sparks police appeal

Car vandalism sparks police appeal

26 March 2021

POLICE have appealed for information after a car was "extensively" vandalised in Easter Ross.


Spike in bike thefts sparks launch of police campaign

26 March 2021
Spike in bike thefts sparks launch of police campaign

Spike in bike thefts sparks launch of police campaign

26 March 2021

RISING numbers of bike thefts have sparked the launch of a new campaign by Police Scotland officers in the Highlands and further afield.


Black Isle's Kieran (11) in running for Young Scot award for RNLI fundraising efforts

25 March 2021
Black Isle's Kieran (11) in running for Young Scot award for RNLI fundraising efforts

Black Isle's Kieran (11) in running for Young Scot award for RNLI fundraising efforts

25 March 2021

AN extraordinary Black Isle boy has been announced as a finalist in this year’s Young Scot Awards in recognition of their incredible achievements.


Twelve new Covid cases detected

25 March 2021
Twelve new Covid cases detected

Twelve new Covid cases detected

25 March 2021

A DOZEN new cases of Covid-19 have been recorded across the NHS Highland area.


Rail strikes to hit Highland services for six Sundays in a row

24 March 2021
Rail strikes to hit Highland services for six Sundays in a row

Rail strikes to hit Highland services for six Sundays in a row

24 March 2021

STRIKE action is set to cause "significant" disruption for rail passengers during the next six Sundays, ScotRail has warned.


Seven months of disruption ahead during £1.5m project to replace bridge on A887

24 March 2021
Seven months of disruption ahead during £1.5m project to replace bridge on A887

Seven months of disruption ahead during £1.5m project to replace bridge on A887

24 March 2021

A NOTORIOUSLY narrow section of a busy road linking the Great Glen to Skye will be widened as part of a £1.5m project to replace a decaying bridge.


Four new Covid-19 cases detected

24 March 2021
Four new Covid-19 cases detected

Four new Covid-19 cases detected

24 March 2021

ANOTHER four people have tested positive for Covid-19 across the NHS Highland health board area.


ScotRail warns of rail disruption on Highland mainline at weekend

23 March 2021
ScotRail warns of rail disruption on Highland mainline at weekend

ScotRail warns of rail disruption on Highland mainline at weekend

23 March 2021

RAIL passengers face disruption on the Highland mainline this weekend.


Six new positive tests for Covid-19

23 March 2021
Six new positive tests for Covid-19

Six new positive tests for Covid-19

23 March 2021

A FURTHER six cases of Covid-19 have been recorded across the NHS Highland area.


A82 canal work in Inverness delayed past Easter

23 March 2021
A82 canal work in Inverness delayed past Easter

A82 canal work in Inverness delayed past Easter

23 March 2021

WORK on the West Link in Inverness will not now be finished in time for Easter, Highland Council has confirmed.


Axe falls on 2021 tourism awards amid pandemic fallout

23 March 2021
Axe falls on 2021 tourism awards amid pandemic fallout

Axe falls on 2021 tourism awards amid pandemic fallout

23 March 2021

A MAJOR tourism awards recognising the best in the industry have fallen victim to the Covid pandemic, organisers have announced.


Apply now for 100 per cent business rates relief, council urges

22 March 2021
Apply now for 100 per cent business rates relief, council urges

Apply now for 100 per cent business rates relief, council urges

22 March 2021

THOUSANDS of Highland business are to benefit from the extension of non-domestic rates relief – and Highland Council has urged them not to miss out.


Ross-shire community features in new short film highlighting local landownership

22 March 2021
Ross-shire community features in new short film highlighting local landownership

Ross-shire community features in new short film highlighting local landownership

22 March 2021

COMMUNITY landowners in Coigach are among those who feature in a new film exploring the experiences of communities during the Covid pandemic.


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