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Three Covid cases detected at Highland building firm

Three Covid cases detected at Highland building firm

Three Covid cases detected at Highland building firm

16 November 2020

A SMALL cluster of Covid cases at a Highland building firm has sparked the closure of its office for two weeks.


'Pandemic has shown the power of what happens when we stand together in the face of adversity'

'Pandemic has shown the power of what happens when we stand together in the face of adversity'

'Pandemic has shown the power of what happens when we stand together in the face of adversity'

16 November 2020

SUPERMARKET shoppers in Ross-shire are being urged to donate to the UK’s biggest food collection this week to help counter Covid-19.


Call to reimagine centre of Highland capital could see vehicles banned from some streets

Call to reimagine centre of Highland capital could see vehicles banned from some streets

Call to reimagine centre of Highland capital could see vehicles banned from some streets

15 November 2020

A bold vision to pedestrianise part of the business centre of the Highland capital will be put to city leaders next week.


'Ambitious' renewables project set to net Highland Council carbon savings

'Ambitious' renewables project set to net Highland Council carbon savings

'Ambitious' renewables project set to net Highland Council carbon savings

15 November 2020

Highland Council says it is making significant carbon savings from the roll-out of solar panels on some of its buildings.


Dingwall lights a beacon of hope for better things ahead

Dingwall lights a beacon of hope for better things ahead

Dingwall lights a beacon of hope for better things ahead

15 November 2020

THE gradual appearance of festive lights sparkling across Dingwall is set to symbolise the county town’s resilient response to the coronavirus crisis.


Retailer's cheeky Xmas campaign targets I'm a Celebrity ad break

Retailer's cheeky Xmas campaign targets I'm a Celebrity ad break

Retailer's cheeky Xmas campaign targets I'm a Celebrity ad break

15 November 2020

A SUPERMARKET retailer with a presence in Ross-shire aims to catch the ad break attention of I'm a Celebrity viewers tonight with a cheeky campaign.


Port celebrates double win in UK wide industry competition

Port celebrates double win in UK wide industry competition

Port celebrates double win in UK wide industry competition

15 November 2020

THE Port of Cromarty Firth is celebrating after being named business of the year and coastal powerhouse at the prestigious Maritime UK Awards.


'Please don't get complacent over Covid-19 threat', Highlanders warned

'Please don't get complacent over Covid-19 threat', Highlanders warned

'Please don't get complacent over Covid-19 threat', Highlanders warned

15 November 2020

HIGHLAND residents are being asked to guard against complacency and work together to ensure the region continues to enjoy fewer Covid-19 restrictions.


Living wage at HIAL

Living wage at HIAL

Living wage at HIAL

14 November 2020

Highlands and Islands Airports Limited (HIAL) which operates Inverness airport has been officially accredited as a Living Wage employer.


Old Fox dram set to go under the hammer in Dingwall for Highland Hospice

Old Fox dram set to go under the hammer in Dingwall for Highland Hospice

Old Fox dram set to go under the hammer in Dingwall for Highland Hospice

14 November 2020

A VERY rare whisky donated by Lovat Estates will be one of the sought-after items at a special Dingwall auction to raise funds for Highland Hospice.


Union call for use of furlough scheme to save air jobs in Highlands

Union call for use of furlough scheme to save air jobs in Highlands

Union call for use of furlough scheme to save air jobs in Highlands

14 November 2020

Union Unite Scotland is urging Loganair to use the extended furlough scheme to prevent job losses at Inverness and other Scottish airports.


Sheep sale prices at Dingwall and Highland Mart

Sheep sale prices at Dingwall and Highland Mart

Sheep sale prices at Dingwall and Highland Mart

12 November 2020

DINGWALL and Highland Marts Ltd sold 1944 store sheep.


ScotRail says alcohol ban will help in fight against coronavirus

ScotRail says alcohol ban will help in fight against coronavirus

ScotRail says alcohol ban will help in fight against coronavirus

12 November 2020

Alcohol ban starts on Monday for Scotland's trains and stations


Highland pub closes for deep clean after positive coronavirus test

Highland pub closes for deep clean after positive coronavirus test

Highland pub closes for deep clean after positive coronavirus test

12 November 2020

Staff member tests positive, but had not worked at The Gellions this week, and bosses are hoping to reopen as normal today.


Simpsons Garden Centre expands into north east

Simpsons Garden Centre expands into north east

Simpsons Garden Centre expands into north east

11 November 2020

The business has acquired the Happy Plant site and the new owners have promised more jobs will be created as part of an investment plan.


Osprey nest believed destroyed is found intact

Osprey nest believed destroyed is found intact

Osprey nest believed destroyed is found intact

11 November 2020

Bird lovers are delighted over news that the osprey nest believed destroyed in Brawlbin Forest is not only intact but a second nest is in the area too


WATCH: Crime writer Ian Rankin describes historic Highland pub a 'national institution' as campaign launched to save it as a music venue

WATCH: Crime writer Ian Rankin describes historic Highland pub a 'national institution' as campaign launched to save it as a music venue

WATCH: Crime writer Ian Rankin describes historic Highland pub a 'national institution' as campaign launched to save it as a music venue

11 November 2020

A campaign has been launched to save a historic pub in the Highland capital as a music venue after it was put up for sale.


Boating pond kiosk café plan sparks public consultation

Boating pond kiosk café plan sparks public consultation

Boating pond kiosk café plan sparks public consultation

11 November 2020

A BOATING pond kiosk in a Ross town could be set for a new life as a café – and local views are being sought.


Flight suspensions from Highland capital spark fears for future of tourism

Flight suspensions from Highland capital spark fears for future of tourism

Flight suspensions from Highland capital spark fears for future of tourism

10 November 2020

Concerns have been raised that suspended flights and a reduced service at Inverness Airport will have a serious impact on the local economy.


Easter Ross takeaway closure lamented by customers

Easter Ross takeaway closure lamented by customers

Easter Ross takeaway closure lamented by customers

10 November 2020

Customers of an Easter Ross takeaway have passed on good wishes to the operator as business closes 'until further notice'


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