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Police hunt for social club canopy vandals

11 June 2021
Police hunt for social club canopy vandals

Police hunt for social club canopy vandals

11 June 2021

VANDALS are being hunted by police after a canopy was "extensively damaged" outside a Ross-shire social club.


Twelve new cases of coronavirus reported by NHS Highland

10 June 2021
Twelve new cases of coronavirus reported by NHS Highland

Twelve new cases of coronavirus reported by NHS Highland

10 June 2021

A DOZEN new positive tests for Covid-19 have been recorded across NHS Highland.


Thirteen new Covid-19 cases detected in region

09 June 2021
Thirteen new Covid-19 cases detected in region

Thirteen new Covid-19 cases detected in region

09 June 2021

ANOTHER 13 cases of the coronavirus have been registered across the NHS Highland health board area in the past day.


Five more Covid cases detected in region

07 June 2021
Five more Covid cases detected in region

Five more Covid cases detected in region

07 June 2021

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


Have you seen stolen VW Transporter?

07 June 2021
Have you seen stolen VW Transporter?

Have you seen stolen VW Transporter?

07 June 2021

RESIDENTS in Wester Ross and Lochalsh have been urged to keep their eyes open for a stolen VW Transporter campervan.


Ross carers win backing for campaign as politicians put best feet forward

07 June 2021
Ross carers win backing for campaign as politicians put best feet forward

Ross carers win backing for campaign as politicians put best feet forward

07 June 2021

Politicians are putting their best feet forward to support a campaign celebrating Carers Week and highlight the invaluable work of unpaid carers.


Lockdown idea scoops UHI business award for Ross-shire man

07 June 2021
Lockdown idea scoops UHI business award for Ross-shire man

Lockdown idea scoops UHI business award for Ross-shire man

07 June 2021

A Black Isle man's idea for a farming system that will allow sustainable crops to be grown year round, has won top prize at UHI Business Competition


Bakery plan for former Black Isle police station

06 June 2021
Bakery plan for former Black Isle police station

Bakery plan for former Black Isle police station

06 June 2021

A disused former police station in Fortrose could find a fresh start as a bakery under plans submitted to Highland Council.


Volunteers’ delight about royal honour

05 June 2021
Volunteers’ delight about royal honour

Volunteers’ delight about royal honour

05 June 2021

PUBLIC-spirited volunteers in a close-knit Black Isle community have been awarded a right royal honour for their dedicated service.


Clean-up volunteers sought at Picture House

05 June 2021
Clean-up volunteers sought at Picture House

Clean-up volunteers sought at Picture House

05 June 2021

VOLUNTEERS are being sought as efforts to revitalise a key piece of Tain's history gather pace.


Highland airport industrial action to continue – but stops short of strike

04 June 2021
Highland airport industrial action to continue – but stops short of strike

Highland airport industrial action to continue – but stops short of strike

04 June 2021

INDUSTRIAL action at Highland airports is to continue after union members extended their protest over plans to centralise air traffic controls.


Fourteen new Covid cases recorded by NHS Highland

04 June 2021
Fourteen new Covid cases recorded by NHS Highland

Fourteen new Covid cases recorded by NHS Highland

04 June 2021

A FURTHER 14 positive tests for Covid-19 have been recorded across the NHS Highland health board area.


Highland crime rates 'remain among lowest in Scotland', say police

04 June 2021
Highland crime rates 'remain among lowest in Scotland', say police

Highland crime rates 'remain among lowest in Scotland', say police

04 June 2021

CRIME rates in the Highlands remain among the lowest in the country, Police Scotland has claimed ahead of the publication of a new performance report.


Seventeen further Covid cases detected across NHS Highland

03 June 2021
Seventeen further Covid cases detected across NHS Highland

Seventeen further Covid cases detected across NHS Highland

03 June 2021

ANOTHER 17 people have tested positive for the coronavirus across the NHS Highland area.


Seventeen new Covid cases in NHS Highland amid outbreak clusters

02 June 2021
Seventeen new Covid cases in NHS Highland amid outbreak clusters

Seventeen new Covid cases in NHS Highland amid outbreak clusters

02 June 2021

A FURTHER 17 cases of Covid-19 have been detected across the NHS Highland region in the past day.


NHS Highland area records 11 new Covid cases

01 June 2021
NHS Highland area records 11 new Covid cases

NHS Highland area records 11 new Covid cases

01 June 2021

ELEVEN new cases of Covid-19 have been recorded across the NHS Highland area in the past 24 hours.


PICTURES: Highlands enjoys fun in the sun as temperature soars

01 June 2021
PICTURES: Highlands enjoys fun in the sun as temperature soars

PICTURES: Highlands enjoys fun in the sun as temperature soars

01 June 2021

THE north of Scotland was the place to be for fans of fun in the sun on Bank Holiday Monday – after it posted the warmest temperature of 2021 so far.


WATCH: Drone video of new swing bridge after it opens to traffic in Highland capital

31 May 2021
WATCH: Drone video of new swing bridge after it opens to traffic in Highland capital

WATCH: Drone video of new swing bridge after it opens to traffic in Highland capital

31 May 2021

Video of the newest Highland bridge in action has been released to celebrate the crossing opening to traffic for the first time.


Wildfire risk is 'extreme', warn firefighters

31 May 2021
Wildfire risk is 'extreme', warn firefighters

Wildfire risk is 'extreme', warn firefighters

31 May 2021

AN EXTREME wildfire risk exits in the Highlands, the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service has warned.


Ross community fears loss of post office service could threaten future of village hall

29 May 2021
Ross community fears loss of post office service could threaten future of village hall

Ross community fears loss of post office service could threaten future of village hall

29 May 2021

A WORRIED community fears the loss of its Post Office will jeopardise the future of its vital village hall.


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