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Street food competition aims to inspire Ross-shire pupils

Street food competition aims to inspire Ross-shire pupils

Street food competition aims to inspire Ross-shire pupils

10 February 2020

FOOD and drink industry experts are hoping to give Ross-shire pupils a taste for food – by inspiring them to create healthy street food dishes.


Good causes offered chance to bid for share of £25,000 in Scotmid Co-operative scheme

Good causes offered chance to bid for share of £25,000 in Scotmid Co-operative scheme

Good causes offered chance to bid for share of £25,000 in Scotmid Co-operative scheme

09 February 2020

Charities, good cause groups and community projects are invited to apply for a share of £25,000 as part of a community initiative.


Funnyman legal eagle to address Highland business event

Funnyman legal eagle to address Highland business event

Funnyman legal eagle to address Highland business event

07 February 2020

ACCLAIMED comedy writer and legal expert Clive Coleman will address 350 of the Highlands’ business leaders at a flagship event.


Highland and Islands Enterprise interim chairman is named

Highland and Islands Enterprise interim chairman is named

Highland and Islands Enterprise interim chairman is named

07 February 2020

FORMER Highland Council chief executive Alistair Dodds will step into the role of interim chairman of Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE).


Feedback sought over off-street Ross-shire car parking charge plans

Feedback sought over off-street Ross-shire car parking charge plans

Feedback sought over off-street Ross-shire car parking charge plans

06 February 2020

CAR parking charge plans for parts of Ross-shire are set to go out to community councils for feedback.


Strong winds hamper rescue of overturned lorry on Dornoch Bridge on A9

Strong winds hamper rescue of overturned lorry on Dornoch Bridge on A9

Strong winds hamper rescue of overturned lorry on Dornoch Bridge on A9

03 February 2020

Strong winds are hampering the recovery of an overturned lorry which has resulted in the closure of the A9 on the Dornoch Bridge.


Sin bin warning to Ross pubs and restaurants over ruby screenings

Sin bin warning to Ross pubs and restaurants over ruby screenings

Sin bin warning to Ross pubs and restaurants over ruby screenings

02 February 2020

PUBS, takeaways and restaurants in Ross-shire are being warned to ensure they've paid for their TV licence as a major sporting event gets under way.


Dingwall distillery axes plan for whisky attraction at Loch Ness

Dingwall distillery axes plan for whisky attraction at Loch Ness

Dingwall distillery axes plan for whisky attraction at Loch Ness

01 February 2020

A TRAIL-BLAZING Dingwall distillery has abandoned plans to create a whisky-themed tourist attraction by Loch Ness.


GlenWyvis Distillery in Dingwall puts Loch Ness plans on hold

GlenWyvis Distillery in Dingwall puts Loch Ness plans on hold

GlenWyvis Distillery in Dingwall puts Loch Ness plans on hold

31 January 2020

A TRAILBLAZING Dingwall distillery has abandoned plans to create a whisky-themed tourist attraction by Loch Ness.


Business 'reaffirms commitment' to town after opening new site

Business 'reaffirms commitment' to town after opening new site

Business 'reaffirms commitment' to town after opening new site

31 January 2020

ROSS construction, quarry and haulage business Pat Munro (Alness) has "reaffirmed its commitment" to the area with the opening of a new Alness site.


New Holyrood Bill could see massive hike in small business rates

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


Donor found in US for Alness blood cancer girl (3)

Donor found in US for Alness blood cancer girl (3)

Donor found in US for Alness blood cancer girl (3)

27 January 2020

An Easter Ross family has been told a stem cell donor has been found for their daughter (3).


Tesco to cut multipack plastic wraps at Ross-shire stores

Tesco to cut multipack plastic wraps at Ross-shire stores

Tesco to cut multipack plastic wraps at Ross-shire stores

24 January 2020

WASTEFUL plastic is set to be scaled back at a supermarket chain’s Ross-shire stores in the coming weeks.


Highland fuel distributor's profits rise despite fall in turnover

Highland fuel distributor's profits rise despite fall in turnover

Highland fuel distributor's profits rise despite fall in turnover

24 January 2020

A NORTH fuel distributor’s profits increased last year despite it reporting a drop in turnover.


Cut beer tax to boost Ross-shire pubs, MP argues

Cut beer tax to boost Ross-shire pubs, MP argues

Cut beer tax to boost Ross-shire pubs, MP argues

24 January 2020

BEER taxation should be cut to help bolster the pub trade and the hundreds of jobs it supports in Ross-shire, a far north MP has argued.


Public meeting set over Contin bus timetable wrangle

Public meeting set over Contin bus timetable wrangle

Public meeting set over Contin bus timetable wrangle

24 January 2020

A public meeting will be held on Monday to discuss the impact of proposed timetable changes in Contin.


Ross residents to join fun at Chinese New Year celebrations

Ross residents to join fun at Chinese New Year celebrations

Ross residents to join fun at Chinese New Year celebrations

23 January 2020

The Highland capital will welcome in the Chinese New Year in the company of China’s consul general to Scotland, Ma Qiang.


Port boosts good causes to the tune of £36,000

Port boosts good causes to the tune of £36,000

Port boosts good causes to the tune of £36,000

21 January 2020

TENS of thousands of pounds of donations have boosted a string of good causes around the Cromarty Firth – thanks to the efforts of a local port.


Climate pressure is a factor for leading energy firm with major stake in Ross-shire

Climate pressure is a factor for leading energy firm with major stake in Ross-shire

Climate pressure is a factor for leading energy firm with major stake in Ross-shire

20 January 2020

A LEADING energy firm has conceded its core market of oil and gas is under increased pressure from the public due to climate change.


New food and drink awards to recognise best in Scotland

New food and drink awards to recognise best in Scotland

New food and drink awards to recognise best in Scotland

19 January 2020

FOOD and drink producers, suppliers and retailers are being invited to stake a claim to a new Scottish industry accolade.


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