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Highland theatre group hopes to stage new show after double whammy

30 March 2021
Highland theatre group hopes to stage new show after double whammy

Highland theatre group hopes to stage new show after double whammy

30 March 2021

An amateur theatre group in the Highlands has been dealt a second blow in the space of a year with the cancellation of a planned production.


Highland charity believes training cafe could help long-term jobless into work

30 March 2021
Highland charity believes training cafe could help long-term jobless into work

Highland charity believes training cafe could help long-term jobless into work

30 March 2021

A new training café could be set up in the Highlands to provide people planning to go into the hospitality industry with the skills they need.


Highland charities benefit from fund set up by housebuilder to help Covid-19 recovery

27 March 2021
Highland charities benefit from fund set up by housebuilder to help Covid-19 recovery

Highland charities benefit from fund set up by housebuilder to help Covid-19 recovery

27 March 2021

Two Highland charities are set to receive a share from a £57,000 fund set up by a development to support the recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.


Maggie’s Highland cycle challenge revamped with £150,000 chased

21 March 2021
Maggie’s Highland cycle challenge revamped with £150,000 chased

Maggie’s Highland cycle challenge revamped with £150,000 chased

21 March 2021

A TEAM of Highland business leaders and owners aims to raise £150,000 for a cancer care charity with a 500-mile cycle ride.


Haven dream takes huge step forward with £1.75m funding to support new centre for disabled young people in Highlands

18 March 2021
Haven dream takes huge step forward with £1.75m funding to support new centre for disabled young people in Highlands

Haven dream takes huge step forward with £1.75m funding to support new centre for disabled young people in Highlands

18 March 2021

The Scottish Government has approved funding up to £1.75 million for a centre for young people with disabilities and complex needs in the Highlands


Ross golfers invited to tee up competition to help sick kids

17 March 2021
Ross golfers invited to tee up competition to help sick kids

Ross golfers invited to tee up competition to help sick kids

17 March 2021

Golfers are being urged to swing into action to help a children's hospital charity working in the Highlands.


Police renew appeal for witnesses after Highland veterinary practice worker left with life-changing injuries following lorry accident

16 March 2021
Police renew appeal for witnesses after Highland veterinary practice worker left with life-changing injuries following lorry accident

Police renew appeal for witnesses after Highland veterinary practice worker left with life-changing injuries following lorry accident

16 March 2021

Police are continuing to appeal for witnesses in the wake of an accident that has left a woman pedestrian with "life-changing" injuries.


Highland airport lands European aviation award

15 March 2021
Highland airport lands European aviation award

Highland airport lands European aviation award

15 March 2021

Inverness Airport has landed a European aviation industry award for departure service.


'I have been so inspired by the big man’s approach to dealing with this disease'

14 March 2021
'I have been so inspired by the big man’s approach to dealing with this disease'

'I have been so inspired by the big man’s approach to dealing with this disease'

14 March 2021

The My Name’5 Doddie Foundation is raising funds to aid research into motor neurone disease.


Bard's women take to the stage as the show goes on in special tribute

12 March 2021
Bard's women take to the stage as the show goes on in special tribute

Bard's women take to the stage as the show goes on in special tribute

12 March 2021

A compilation of scenes highlighting Shakespeare’s leading women will feature in an online production by Inverness theatre group, The Florians.


Outcry over plans to fell mature trees to make way for 'unwanted' bus lane in Highland capital

11 March 2021
Outcry over plans to fell mature trees to make way for 'unwanted' bus lane in Highland capital

Outcry over plans to fell mature trees to make way for 'unwanted' bus lane in Highland capital

11 March 2021

Residents in a city neighbourhood have started a petition in a bid to prevent trees from being felled to make way for a controversial bus lane.


Highland Council 'working hard' to address condition of play parks amid frustration over closures

10 March 2021
Highland Council 'working hard' to address condition of play parks amid frustration over closures

Highland Council 'working hard' to address condition of play parks amid frustration over closures

10 March 2021

Highland Council says staff and members are working together locally to address the condition of play parks.


New telephone befriending service aims to tackle isolation in the Highlands

08 March 2021
New telephone befriending service aims to tackle isolation in the Highlands

New telephone befriending service aims to tackle isolation in the Highlands

08 March 2021

A new telephone befriending service is to be launched to tackle social isolation and loneliness among older people in the Highlands.


Six drivers reported for alleged serious road traffic offences on Highland roads

08 March 2021
Six drivers reported for alleged serious road traffic offences on Highland roads

Six drivers reported for alleged serious road traffic offences on Highland roads

08 March 2021

Six drivers are to be reported for alleged serious road traffic offences in the Highlands following patrols by road policing division officers.


Community rallies to ensure children can still enjoy playing at park

08 March 2021
Community rallies to ensure children can still enjoy playing at park

Community rallies to ensure children can still enjoy playing at park

08 March 2021

Members of a Highland community have rallied round to ensure children can continue playing in their local park.


Onwards and upwards for planned £3m world-class climbing centre in Highland capital despite setback

06 March 2021
Onwards and upwards for planned £3m world-class climbing centre in Highland capital despite setback

Onwards and upwards for planned £3m world-class climbing centre in Highland capital despite setback

06 March 2021

An ambitious project to develop a world-class climbing centre in the Highland capital is still alive, despite a recent setback.


Meal fit for a pandemic hero delivered to worthy winners in Inverness

06 March 2021
Meal fit for a pandemic hero delivered to worthy winners in Inverness

Meal fit for a pandemic hero delivered to worthy winners in Inverness

06 March 2021

Ten heroes of the coronavirus pandemic have received a special home delivery of a three-course gourmet meal courtesy of an Inverness hotel.


Closure of play parks branded unsafe triggers angry reaction from parents

05 March 2021
Closure of play parks branded unsafe triggers angry reaction from parents

Closure of play parks branded unsafe triggers angry reaction from parents

05 March 2021

Furious parents are demanding a halt to the closure of play parks deemed dangerous by Highland Council.


Highland Covid-19 vaccination teams hailed as new stats revealed

05 March 2021
Highland Covid-19 vaccination teams hailed as new stats revealed

Highland Covid-19 vaccination teams hailed as new stats revealed

05 March 2021

A total of 108,403 people in the NHS Highland area have received their first Covid-19 vaccination.


'Pandemic or no pandemic, people still require to move and people still want to move'

02 March 2021
'Pandemic or no pandemic, people still require to move and people still want to move'

'Pandemic or no pandemic, people still require to move and people still want to move'

02 March 2021

The coronavirus pandemic has triggered a boom in property inquiries and sales in the Highlands as people rethink their lives.


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