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Council issues coronavirus guidance to its 9500 workers in Highland

04 March 2020
Council issues coronavirus guidance to its 9500 workers in Highland

Council issues coronavirus guidance to its 9500 workers in Highland

04 March 2020

Highland Council has issued coronavirus guidance to its 9500 staff.


Ross-shire councillors on guard over possible introduction of parking charges

22 February 2020
Ross-shire councillors on guard over possible introduction of parking charges

Ross-shire councillors on guard over possible introduction of parking charges

22 February 2020

FEARS that parking charges could be introduced against the wishes of locals in some Ross towns and villages have sparked a fresh debate.


Dingwall landmark made famous by Beatles set for lift

21 February 2020
Dingwall landmark made famous by Beatles set for lift

Dingwall landmark made famous by Beatles set for lift

21 February 2020

A landmark building in the heart of Ross-shire's county town is set to be given a lift.


Highland MSP Kate Forbes to be new finance secretary

17 February 2020
Highland MSP Kate Forbes to be new finance secretary

Highland MSP Kate Forbes to be new finance secretary

17 February 2020

Amid a minor Scottish cabinet reshuffle Fergus Ewing also gets an expanded portfolio


Highland Council parties prepare to talk about finances

16 February 2020
Highland Council parties prepare to talk about finances

Highland Council parties prepare to talk about finances

16 February 2020

A FUNDING cut of around a third for building projects in the next year is “really serious,” according to Highland Council’s budget leader.


New Inverness prison 'postponed indefinitely'

16 February 2020
New Inverness prison 'postponed indefinitely'

New Inverness prison 'postponed indefinitely'

16 February 2020

THE Highlands has been dealt a blow by the Scottish Government with the news that plans for a new prison for Inverness have been shelved.


Green co-leader seeks end to dualling of the A9 and A96 sparking angry reaction

11 February 2020
Green co-leader seeks end to dualling of the A9 and A96 sparking angry reaction

Green co-leader seeks end to dualling of the A9 and A96 sparking angry reaction

11 February 2020

Highlands MSP Jamie Halcro Johnston warns SNP ministers not to give in to pressure from Scottish Greens co-leader Patrick Harvie.


Health secretary in Inverness to visit NHS Highland bosses

11 February 2020
Health secretary in Inverness to visit NHS Highland bosses

Health secretary in Inverness to visit NHS Highland bosses

11 February 2020

Health secretary Jeane Freeman has arrived in Inverness for meetings with NHS Highland bosses.


Snowman Rally set to roll into heart of Dingwall

07 February 2020
Snowman Rally set to roll into heart of Dingwall

Snowman Rally set to roll into heart of Dingwall

07 February 2020

ROSS-SHIRE's county town is to provide a staging point for one of the most iconic races in the British rally calendar next month.


Highland MSP makes history by delivering Scottish budget

06 February 2020
Highland MSP makes history by delivering Scottish budget

Highland MSP makes history by delivering Scottish budget

06 February 2020

The Scottish Government has delivered its budget despite announcing that its finance secretary had been suspended hours before he was due at Holyrood.


Far North MP hits out at SNP over EVEL 'stunt'

05 February 2020
Far North MP hits out at SNP over EVEL 'stunt'

Far North MP hits out at SNP over EVEL 'stunt'

05 February 2020

MP Jamie Stone dismisses demonstration in Westminster but Ian Blackford hits back


New Holyrood Bill could see massive hike in small business rates

30 January 2020
New Holyrood Bill could see massive hike in small business rates

New Holyrood Bill could see massive hike in small business rates

30 January 2020

MSP Kate Forbes fears Highland businesses could be charged close to £20 million more a year


PICTURES: KT Tunstall delights Ross-shire with Lidl help from her friends

25 January 2020
PICTURES: KT Tunstall delights Ross-shire with Lidl help from her friends

PICTURES: KT Tunstall delights Ross-shire with Lidl help from her friends

25 January 2020

Singer-songwriter KT Tunstall popped up across Ross-shire this week.


Move to make it a criminal offence for Highland taxi drivers to refuse disabled passengers

23 January 2020
Move to make it a criminal offence for Highland taxi drivers to refuse disabled passengers

Move to make it a criminal offence for Highland taxi drivers to refuse disabled passengers

23 January 2020

Highland councillors have moved a step closer to making it a criminal offence for taxi drivers to refuse a fare from someone in a wheelchair.


Late mother inspires Ross-shire teen's India dream

27 December 2019
Late mother inspires Ross-shire teen's India dream

Late mother inspires Ross-shire teen's India dream

27 December 2019

A ROSS teen is almost half-way towards achieving her dream of travelling to India to help teach disadvantaged children in memory of her late mum.


Poignant tribute to 'man who loved Dingwall' restores popular walk

22 December 2019
Poignant tribute to 'man who loved Dingwall' restores popular walk

Poignant tribute to 'man who loved Dingwall' restores popular walk

22 December 2019

A TOUCHING tribute to "a man who loved Dingwall" has handed Ross-shire's county town a poignant Christmas gift.


Firm appeals against Dingwall hotel extension rejection

22 December 2019
Firm appeals against Dingwall hotel extension rejection

Firm appeals against Dingwall hotel extension rejection

22 December 2019

A FRESH battle has been sparked over previously rejected proposals to extend a hotel in the middle of Dingwall.


Cost to NHS Highland's use of locums questioned

19 December 2019
Cost to NHS Highland's use of locums questioned

Cost to NHS Highland's use of locums questioned

19 December 2019

NHS Highland’s £20 million spend to cover the costs of staff shortages has been challenged in the Scottish Parliament.


Dingwall bridge ends two-year impasse and as father pays poignant tribute to son

14 December 2019
Dingwall bridge ends two-year impasse and as father pays poignant tribute to son

Dingwall bridge ends two-year impasse and as father pays poignant tribute to son

14 December 2019

A poignant act of remembrance for a loved one has led to the end of a frustrating two-year impasse for Ross-shire's county town.


Shocked Jamie Stone admits party's need to rebuild: 'It was a bad night for the Lib Dems'

13 December 2019
Shocked Jamie Stone admits party's need to rebuild: 'It was a bad night for the Lib Dems'

Shocked Jamie Stone admits party's need to rebuild: 'It was a bad night for the Lib Dems'

13 December 2019

But he vows the Liberal Democrats must 'sharpen up our act'


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