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PICTURES: Ross County Christmas Market scores with visitors and stallholders – and another is on its way

PICTURES: Ross County Christmas Market scores with visitors and stallholders – and another is on its way

PICTURES: Ross County Christmas Market scores with visitors and stallholders – and another is on its way

27 November 2020

PLANS are already being laid for the next Christmas market to be hosted within Ross County Football Club’s stadium complex in Dingwall next month.


Easter Ross cafe announces impending closure after 'challenging year'

Easter Ross cafe announces impending closure after 'challenging year'

Easter Ross cafe announces impending closure after 'challenging year'

27 November 2020

An Easter Ross cafe has announced its impending closure "for the next few months".


Ian Blackford says sorry following Far North picture furore

Ian Blackford says sorry following Far North picture furore

Ian Blackford says sorry following Far North picture furore

27 November 2020

MP Ian Blackford has apologised to a local photographer after a picture taken in Caithness caused a row and a backlash on social media


'There is no shame in asking for help, lots of us need it at some point in our lives'

'There is no shame in asking for help, lots of us need it at some point in our lives'

'There is no shame in asking for help, lots of us need it at some point in our lives'

27 November 2020

Calls have been made for better access to mental health services after the numbers of suicides in the region last year were the highest on record.


NHS Highland reports seven new Covid cases

NHS Highland reports seven new Covid cases

NHS Highland reports seven new Covid cases

27 November 2020

SEVEN further coronavirus cases have been detected across the NHS Highland region.


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.


Ross County legend set to reveal secrets to adapting to Covid-19 challenge

Ross County legend set to reveal secrets to adapting to Covid-19 challenge

Ross County legend set to reveal secrets to adapting to Covid-19 challenge

26 November 2020

A ROSS County legend is the guest speaker at a webinar which aims to help participants manage and adapt to change – such as the Covid-19 crisis.


NHS Highland records 13 new Covid cases

NHS Highland records 13 new Covid cases

NHS Highland records 13 new Covid cases

26 November 2020

THIRTEEN further Covid-19 cases have been recorded across the NHS Highland area, the Scottish Government has confirmed.


Scammers posing as virus contact tracers trying to con Highlanders, police warn

Scammers posing as virus contact tracers trying to con Highlanders, police warn

Scammers posing as virus contact tracers trying to con Highlanders, police warn

26 November 2020

COLD callers posing as Covid-19 contact tracers are trying to con people into forking over hundreds of pounds, police have warned Highlanders.


Ross-shire MSP: 'I would say to anyone who is studying Gaelic at school to keep going'

Ross-shire MSP: 'I would say to anyone who is studying Gaelic at school to keep going'

Ross-shire MSP: 'I would say to anyone who is studying Gaelic at school to keep going'

26 November 2020

Up to 200 young people from 11 Highland Secondary schools joined the first online Siuthad Gaelic careers events


POLL: Will you stay at home or meet up with loved ones this Christmas?

POLL: Will you stay at home or meet up with loved ones this Christmas?

POLL: Will you stay at home or meet up with loved ones this Christmas?

26 November 2020

Have your say in our poll.


Pandemic cost Highland car dealership more than £700k

Pandemic cost Highland car dealership more than £700k

Pandemic cost Highland car dealership more than £700k

26 November 2020

A Highland car dealership has revealed it lost more than £700,000 in the first half of 2020 due to the pandemic.


Highland shoppers urged to think local first as Covid-19 takes toll on business

Highland shoppers urged to think local first as Covid-19 takes toll on business

Highland shoppers urged to think local first as Covid-19 takes toll on business

26 November 2020

Shoppers across the Highlands are being urged to support local stores online amid a sharp rise in the number of firms trading virtually.


Fourteen new coronavirus cases detected

Fourteen new coronavirus cases detected

Fourteen new coronavirus cases detected

25 November 2020

FOURTEEN fresh Covid-19 infections have been detected across the NHS Highland region.


Fury over dirty camper 'trashing' of Highland beauty spot

Fury over dirty camper 'trashing' of Highland beauty spot

Fury over dirty camper 'trashing' of Highland beauty spot

25 November 2020

Action called for as inquiries go on into fires, litter and human waste dumping.


Third case of Covid-19 confirmed at Highland secondary

Third case of Covid-19 confirmed at Highland secondary

Third case of Covid-19 confirmed at Highland secondary

24 November 2020

A letter was sent to parents of pupils after it was confirmed a third pupil, in S6, had contracted the coronavirus.


First Minister confirms the Highlands to stay at level one of Covid-19 restrictions

First Minister confirms the Highlands to stay at level one of Covid-19 restrictions

First Minister confirms the Highlands to stay at level one of Covid-19 restrictions

24 November 2020

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said there is now reason for 'cautious optimism' as new cases have stabilised


Scottish Covid total passes 90,000 mark

Scottish Covid total passes 90,000 mark

Scottish Covid total passes 90,000 mark

24 November 2020

ELEVEN further positive Covid-19 tests have been recorded across the NHS Highland region – as Scotland's total surpassed 90,000.


PICTURES: Live music returns to Ironworks for the first time since lockdown

PICTURES: Live music returns to Ironworks for the first time since lockdown

PICTURES: Live music returns to Ironworks for the first time since lockdown

24 November 2020

Folk rock band Torridon performed to a small audience at the Ironworks at the weekend marking a Covid-19 milestone.


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