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Children's charity Archie marks 10 years in the Highlands with fresh appeal

28 February 2021
Children's charity Archie marks 10 years in the Highlands with fresh appeal

Children's charity Archie marks 10 years in the Highlands with fresh appeal

28 February 2021

A charity is embarking on a 10-month programme of celebrations to mark 10 years of making the difference for sick children in the Highlands.


Business group seeks lockdown plan review for Highlands

27 February 2021
Business group seeks lockdown plan review for Highlands

Business group seeks lockdown plan review for Highlands

27 February 2021

Extra support and a constant review of plans to ease lockdown have been called for on behalf of small businesses as they gear up to reopen.


Worries remain among Highland bed and breakfast operators on short-term lets law

27 February 2021
Worries remain among Highland bed and breakfast operators on short-term lets law

Worries remain among Highland bed and breakfast operators on short-term lets law

27 February 2021

Bed and breakfast operators in Inverness remain concerned after the Scottish Government withdrew legislation aimed at regulating short-term lets.


Legal challenge to Scottish Government’s beaver killing policy gets green light

26 February 2021
Legal challenge to Scottish Government’s beaver killing policy gets green light

Legal challenge to Scottish Government’s beaver killing policy gets green light

26 February 2021

Scotland’s supreme civil court has given a charity permission to challenge the Scottish Government’s beaver killing policy through a judicial review.


Highland-born forensic anthropologist Professor Dame Sue Black appointed to House of Lords

25 February 2021
Highland-born forensic anthropologist Professor Dame Sue Black appointed to House of Lords

Highland-born forensic anthropologist Professor Dame Sue Black appointed to House of Lords

25 February 2021

Renowned forensic anthropologist Professor Dame Sue Black has been made a non-party-political peer by the House of Lords Appointments Commission.


Emergency funding to deal with impact of coronavirus pandemic awarded to Highland music venues i

25 February 2021
Emergency funding to deal with impact of coronavirus pandemic awarded to Highland music venues i

Emergency funding to deal with impact of coronavirus pandemic awarded to Highland music venues i

25 February 2021

Four venues in the Highlands have received over £200,000 from an emergency fund to help prevent closure of grassroots live music venues.


Highland music festival strikes a chord with global audience

23 February 2021
Highland music festival strikes a chord with global audience

Highland music festival strikes a chord with global audience

23 February 2021

People from as far afield as Canada have joined in this year’s Inverness Music Festival.


Pay rise for front line staff at employee-owned home care company in Highlands

23 February 2021
Pay rise for front line staff at employee-owned home care company in Highlands

Pay rise for front line staff at employee-owned home care company in Highlands

23 February 2021

All front line care and support staff with social care provider Highland Home Carers (HHC) are to be paid a minimum of £10 per hour from next month.


Police called to property in Dingwall following reported disturbance

22 February 2021
Police called to property in Dingwall following reported disturbance

Police called to property in Dingwall following reported disturbance

22 February 2021

Police officers are attending an incident in Dingwall following a reported disturbance earlier today.


Is Loch Ness Monster is descended from ancient group of serpentine whales?

20 February 2021
Is Loch Ness Monster is descended from ancient group of serpentine whales?

Is Loch Ness Monster is descended from ancient group of serpentine whales?

20 February 2021

An American investigator of legendary creatures believes the Loch Ness Monster is descended from an ancient group of extinct serpentine whales.


Show goes on for Highland music festival – despite Covid crisis

20 February 2021
Show goes on for Highland music festival – despite Covid crisis

Show goes on for Highland music festival – despite Covid crisis

20 February 2021

Organisers of the annual Inverness Music Festival are all set to ensure the show will go on – despite the coronavirus pandemic.


Can mental wellbeing app help more Highlanders through pandemic?

20 February 2021
Can mental wellbeing app help more Highlanders through pandemic?

Can mental wellbeing app help more Highlanders through pandemic?

20 February 2021

A new app developed in partnership by the UHI and NHS Highland has reduced depression and anxiety among health and social care staff in the pandemic.


Team behind planned rewilding centre in Highlands welcomes support

20 February 2021
Team behind planned rewilding centre in Highlands welcomes support

Team behind planned rewilding centre in Highlands welcomes support

20 February 2021

The team behind what is believed will be the world’s first rewilding centre has welcomed new research showing strong public support for the concept.


Ross-shire community-owned distillery gets go-ahead for bonded warehouse

19 February 2021
Ross-shire community-owned distillery gets go-ahead for bonded warehouse

Ross-shire community-owned distillery gets go-ahead for bonded warehouse

19 February 2021

A community-owned whisky distillery in Ross-shire is set to establish a bonded warehouse as part of its operation.


Man to be reported to Procurator Fiscal in connection with A9 crash

15 February 2021
Man to be reported to Procurator Fiscal in connection with A9 crash

Man to be reported to Procurator Fiscal in connection with A9 crash

15 February 2021

A 40-year-old man is to be reported to the Procurator Fiscal following a crash on the A9 north of Dingwall.


Councillor's plea to Highland public for Covid crisis patience

13 February 2021
Councillor's plea to Highland public for Covid crisis patience

Councillor's plea to Highland public for Covid crisis patience

13 February 2021

FRONTLINE workers clearing snow and emptying bins have been praised for their efforts during the pandemic by a city councillor.


Rebranding for Highland children’s charity as new name revealed

13 February 2021
Rebranding for Highland children’s charity as new name revealed

Rebranding for Highland children’s charity as new name revealed

13 February 2021

Thriving Families, formerly known as CHIP+, aims to be the “go-to” organisation for improving the lives of families in Highland.


Police attend one-car crash on Black Isle

08 February 2021
Police attend one-car crash on Black Isle

Police attend one-car crash on Black Isle

08 February 2021

Police officers have been called to a one-car crash on the Black Isle.


Setback for proposed Highland world-class climbing centre as proposed location deemed too risky

07 February 2021
Setback for proposed Highland world-class climbing centre as proposed location deemed too risky

Setback for proposed Highland world-class climbing centre as proposed location deemed too risky

07 February 2021

Ambitious plans for a world-class climbing centre in Highland capital deemed 'too risky'.


Public urged to chip in to consultation shaping future Highland development

07 February 2021
Public urged to chip in to consultation shaping future Highland development

Public urged to chip in to consultation shaping future Highland development

07 February 2021

Communities across the Inner Moray Firth area are being invited to have their say as part of a consultation to help shape future development.


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