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Highland volunteer takes on loneliness with pandemic Zoom chats

03 June 2021
Highland volunteer takes on loneliness with pandemic Zoom chats

Highland volunteer takes on loneliness with pandemic Zoom chats

03 June 2021

A BEFRIENDER in the Highlands is helping to tackle loneliness across Scotland after volunteering to keep people connected digitally during lockdown.


Ten-year labour of love transforms rundown Highland guest house into stunning family home hailed witty, quirky and elegant by TV judges

02 June 2021
Ten-year labour of love transforms rundown Highland guest house into stunning family home hailed witty, quirky and elegant by TV judges

Ten-year labour of love transforms rundown Highland guest house into stunning family home hailed witty, quirky and elegant by TV judges

02 June 2021

When Simon and Galle Patton first set eyes on The Colonel’s House in Inverness, it was a rundown guesthouse which had seen better days.


Multi-million pound funding agreement secures long-term tenancies of mid-market rental properties

02 June 2021
Multi-million pound funding agreement secures long-term tenancies of mid-market rental properties

Multi-million pound funding agreement secures long-term tenancies of mid-market rental properties

02 June 2021

A multi-million pound funding agreement has secured the long-term tenancies of scores mid-market rental properties in the Highlands.


Muckle Media, the PR firm with offices in Inverness, Edinburgh and Glasgow, has doubled in size after a major recruitment drive.

01 June 2021
Muckle Media, the PR firm with offices in Inverness, Edinburgh and Glasgow, has doubled in size after a major recruitment drive.

Muckle Media, the PR firm with offices in Inverness, Edinburgh and Glasgow, has doubled in size after a major recruitment drive.

01 June 2021

Word gets around: Highland-based PR agency Muckle Media is doubling in size


PICTURES: Restored house judged best in the Highlands

01 June 2021
PICTURES: Restored house judged best in the Highlands

PICTURES: Restored house judged best in the Highlands

01 June 2021

When Simon and Galle Patton bought their house 10 years ago, it had showers in every bedroom and fire notices from its time as a guest house.


Invitation for public to have a say on plans to improve notorious traffic bottleneck in Highland capital

30 May 2021
Invitation for public to have a say on plans to improve notorious traffic bottleneck in Highland capital

Invitation for public to have a say on plans to improve notorious traffic bottleneck in Highland capital

30 May 2021

An online public consultation will begin next week on design proposals to ease traffic congestion at a busy junction in the Highland capital.


New look planned for notorious Highland capital traffic bottleneck

26 May 2021
New look planned for notorious Highland capital traffic bottleneck

New look planned for notorious Highland capital traffic bottleneck

26 May 2021

Revised options to ease traffic congestion at a notorious Inverness bottleneck are set to be subject to a public consultation starting next month.


Choir on song as it releases video in support of Highland Hospice's Wear Yellow Day marked on May 28

25 May 2021
Choir on song as it releases video in support of Highland Hospice's Wear Yellow Day marked on May 28

Choir on song as it releases video in support of Highland Hospice's Wear Yellow Day marked on May 28

25 May 2021

A choir has released a music video to help raise vital funds for Highland Hospice.


PICTURES: Rain stops play in Highland capital

24 May 2021
PICTURES: Rain stops play in Highland capital

PICTURES: Rain stops play in Highland capital

24 May 2021

Wellies and waterproofs have been essential for those venturing out today as a band of heavy rain showers continued to pass through Highlands.


Highland pastor urges urgent review of singing in places of worship

24 May 2021
Highland pastor urges urgent review of singing in places of worship

Highland pastor urges urgent review of singing in places of worship

24 May 2021

A Highland church pastor is urging the Scottish Government to urgently review the rules around congregational singing in places of worship.


Registrars in Highlands praised for rising to coronavirus challenge

23 May 2021
Registrars in Highlands praised for rising to coronavirus challenge

Registrars in Highlands praised for rising to coronavirus challenge

23 May 2021

Registrars in the Highlands have been praised for maintaining high standards, despite the difficulties caused by the coronavirus pandemic.


Inaugural exhibition at community gallery showcases doorstep lockdown images

21 May 2021
Inaugural exhibition at community gallery showcases doorstep lockdown images

Inaugural exhibition at community gallery showcases doorstep lockdown images

21 May 2021

Images of Inverness people on their doorsteps during the unsettling days of lockdown have been unveiled in a topical new exhibition.


'Fascinating and intimate' account of Hebridean village wins Highland Book Prize

18 May 2021
'Fascinating and intimate' account of Hebridean village wins Highland Book Prize

'Fascinating and intimate' account of Hebridean village wins Highland Book Prize

18 May 2021

A "fascinating and intimate" account of one small Hebridean village’s relationship with the wider world has won the latest annual Highland Book Prize.


Highland manse proposal could be Outlander fans' cup of tea!

17 May 2021
Highland manse proposal could be Outlander fans' cup of tea!

Highland manse proposal could be Outlander fans' cup of tea!

17 May 2021

Plans have been revealed to convert a former manse into a tearoom and holiday letting unit which could attract fans of the hit TV series Outlander.


WATCH: Hidden features revealed during work at Highland castle set for massive revamp

13 May 2021
WATCH: Hidden features revealed during work at Highland castle set for massive revamp

WATCH: Hidden features revealed during work at Highland castle set for massive revamp

13 May 2021

Hidden features have been uncovered during work at Inverness Castle, giving a new insight into its past life.


Secrets of mystery Black Isle visitor set to be revealed

12 May 2021
Secrets of mystery Black Isle visitor set to be revealed

Secrets of mystery Black Isle visitor set to be revealed

12 May 2021

The secrets of a large ocean fish stranded on the Black Isle far from its home will be revealed during an online discussion today.


Cinemas and cafe bar to reopen at Eden Court in Highland capital

06 May 2021
Cinemas and cafe bar to reopen at Eden Court in Highland capital

Cinemas and cafe bar to reopen at Eden Court in Highland capital

06 May 2021

Eden Court in Inverness is preparing to welcome back film fans later this month.


Back to the drawing board for hotel group with appointment of new architect

05 May 2021
Back to the drawing board for hotel group with appointment of new architect

Back to the drawing board for hotel group with appointment of new architect

05 May 2021

A new team has been drafted in to help with designs for a controversial £25 million hotel in the Highland capital after earlier plans were rejected.


Charities receive £4500 boost thanks to staff at Tulloch Homes

03 May 2021
Charities receive £4500 boost thanks to staff at Tulloch Homes

Charities receive £4500 boost thanks to staff at Tulloch Homes

03 May 2021

Staff at Tulloch Homes have made a £2500 donation to Archie Highland which supports the Highland Children’s Unit at Raigmore Hospital.


A FUNDRAISING abseil on the Forth Rail Bridge has raised £34,500 for a cancer charity despite not taking place – twice.

01 May 2021
A FUNDRAISING abseil on the Forth Rail Bridge has raised £34,500 for a cancer charity despite not taking place – twice.

A FUNDRAISING abseil on the Forth Rail Bridge has raised £34,500 for a cancer charity despite not taking place – twice.

01 May 2021

Freemasons raise £34,500 for charity – despite event not taking place


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