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Highlanders working with Santa to secure a present for everyone

Highlanders working with Santa to secure a present for everyone

Highlanders working with Santa to secure a present for everyone

27 November 2020

'If you're in a position to donate, please do' says council's convener


Lizzie's quilt yarns go down a treat at trailblazing Ross-shire storytelling session

Lizzie's quilt yarns go down a treat at trailblazing Ross-shire storytelling session

Lizzie's quilt yarns go down a treat at trailblazing Ross-shire storytelling session

27 November 2020

AN online story session led by artist Lizzie McDougall using a unique illustrated quilt brought people across Ross-shire and beyond together.


Moving tribute to take centre stage at Eden Court this Christmas

Moving tribute to take centre stage at Eden Court this Christmas

Moving tribute to take centre stage at Eden Court this Christmas

27 November 2020

A moving tribute to those whose lives have been lost to Covid-19 will be front and centre when a leading Highland venue marks Christmas this year.


'Kessock Kindness' results in food share larder in response to Covid-19 challenges

'Kessock Kindness' results in food share larder in response to Covid-19 challenges

'Kessock Kindness' results in food share larder in response to Covid-19 challenges

27 November 2020

A permanent home has been found for a food sharing enterprise on the Black Isle.


Tributes flood in for much-loved former Fortrose Academy teacher

Tributes flood in for much-loved former Fortrose Academy teacher

Tributes flood in for much-loved former Fortrose Academy teacher

26 November 2020

THE funeral will take place tomorrow of a much-loved former modern languages teacher from the Black Isle.


Sexual violence focus of Highland #ChangeHerStory campaign

Sexual violence focus of Highland #ChangeHerStory campaign

Sexual violence focus of Highland #ChangeHerStory campaign

26 November 2020

The enormous impact of gender-based violence and calls for support in improving outcomes is the focus of a new campaign in the Highlands.


Have your say on Wester Ross tourism plan, residents urged

Have your say on Wester Ross tourism plan, residents urged

Have your say on Wester Ross tourism plan, residents urged

25 November 2020

EFFORTS to plug gaps in tourism infrastructure in Wester Ross have prompted the publication of a draft action plan with locals urged to have a say.


Eye sore or necessary public amenity – controversial bottle bank home to go to a public vote in North Kessock

Eye sore or necessary public amenity – controversial bottle bank home to go to a public vote in North Kessock

Eye sore or necessary public amenity – controversial bottle bank home to go to a public vote in North Kessock

25 November 2020

Ballot to be held in January to let battling residents decide.


Ross-shire care home helps Jimmy (100) celebrate on big day

Ross-shire care home helps Jimmy (100) celebrate on big day

Ross-shire care home helps Jimmy (100) celebrate on big day

25 November 2020

A Ross-shire care home resident has celebrated his 100th birthday.


Future of the Gaelic language to be discussed at online community conversation

Future of the Gaelic language to be discussed at online community conversation

Future of the Gaelic language to be discussed at online community conversation

24 November 2020

The summit at 7pm on Tuesday December 1 will be co-chaired by Kate Forbes, constituency MSP for Skye, Lochaber and Badenoch.


Tree-mendous effort sets scene for Easter Ross town's festive season

Tree-mendous effort sets scene for Easter Ross town's festive season

Tree-mendous effort sets scene for Easter Ross town's festive season

23 November 2020

INVERGORDON is looking festive after the arrival of a Christmas tree and lights.


Shock over local authority estimates for upgrading Highland town's public loos

Shock over local authority estimates for upgrading Highland town's public loos

Shock over local authority estimates for upgrading Highland town's public loos

23 November 2020

Local authority estimates to renovate a Highland town's “smelly” public toilets have been greeted with incredulity.


Indoor climbing facility secures funding from HIE

Indoor climbing facility secures funding from HIE

Indoor climbing facility secures funding from HIE

23 November 2020

The grant of up to £200,000 will form part of a new climbing performance centre and adventure sports destination being developed in the Highlands.


Arts trust organises concert for the first time since lockdown

Arts trust organises concert for the first time since lockdown

Arts trust organises concert for the first time since lockdown

23 November 2020

Yesterday's event was socially distanced, due to the Covid-19 restrictions, and organised by Cromarty Arts Trust and Old Brewery.


Online parties will raise cash for Highland Hospice

Online parties will raise cash for Highland Hospice

Online parties will raise cash for Highland Hospice

22 November 2020

FESTIVE party fun will be beaming straight into Highland living rooms this Christmas, raising funds for a good cause.


'Tragic outcome' fears over speeding in Black Isle community

'Tragic outcome' fears over speeding in Black Isle community

'Tragic outcome' fears over speeding in Black Isle community

22 November 2020

Concerns are being voiced of a tragic outcome if action isn't taken to curb speeders in a Black Isle community.


Tain pupil's cancer plight inspires big-hearted response

Tain pupil's cancer plight inspires big-hearted response

Tain pupil's cancer plight inspires big-hearted response

21 November 2020

THE plight of a plucky Ross-shire boy diagnosed with cancer during the coronavirus crisis has spurred a massive community response.


'Things are getting out of hand and our concerns are for our community'

'Things are getting out of hand and our concerns are for our community'

'Things are getting out of hand and our concerns are for our community'

21 November 2020

ANTISOCIAL behaviour in Alness is 'through the roof' and parents are being asked to play their part tackling the problem.


'We set the wrong example': apology from makers of video showing human waste being dumped in NC500 lay-by

'We set the wrong example': apology from makers of video showing human waste being dumped in NC500 lay-by

'We set the wrong example': apology from makers of video showing human waste being dumped in NC500 lay-by

20 November 2020

The group behind a video which has sparked outrage throughout the Highlands, have now issued an abject apology and said they set the "wrong example".


Ross-shire parents urged to apply early for new child payment

Ross-shire parents urged to apply early for new child payment

Ross-shire parents urged to apply early for new child payment

20 November 2020

PARENTS in a Ross-shire community have been urged to apply now for a new child payment which comes into effect early next year.


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