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Wanderwords opens a new chapter for Wester Ross book buffs

Wanderwords opens a new chapter for Wester Ross book buffs

Wanderwords opens a new chapter for Wester Ross book buffs

14 November 2020

Ullapool Book Festival was cancelled because of coronavirus – now a new chapter is about to written thanks to Wandcrwords...


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.


Covid total increases by 13 across NHS Highland region

Covid total increases by 13 across NHS Highland region

Covid total increases by 13 across NHS Highland region

13 November 2020

THIRTEEN new positive tests for Covid-19 have been detected across the NHS Highland area.


Pupil at Ross-shire's largest school tests positive for Covid-19

Pupil at Ross-shire's largest school tests positive for Covid-19

Pupil at Ross-shire's largest school tests positive for Covid-19

13 November 2020

A CASE of Covid-19 has been notified at Ross-shire's largest secondary school.


Rule-breakers travelling north to take driving test

Rule-breakers travelling north to take driving test

Rule-breakers travelling north to take driving test

13 November 2020

CHEEKY learner drivers from across the UK are flouting lockdown rules and coming to the Highlands to take their tests.


It's good to walk and talk as Highland charity scoops dementia-friendly accolade

It's good to walk and talk as Highland charity scoops dementia-friendly accolade

It's good to walk and talk as Highland charity scoops dementia-friendly accolade

13 November 2020

Dementia-friendly walking accolade for Highland charity with Paths for All award.


Ryan Christie: 'It's been a horrible year – we wanted to give something back'

Ryan Christie: 'It's been a horrible year – we wanted to give something back'

Ryan Christie: 'It's been a horrible year – we wanted to give something back'

12 November 2020

Highlander a hero as Scotland qualify for European Championship.


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


Funding will help Ross-shire based arts organisation support young people and local artists

Funding will help Ross-shire based arts organisation support young people and local artists

Funding will help Ross-shire based arts organisation support young people and local artists

12 November 2020

Music to the ears as Ross-shire arts group shares in £1m of support funding


Further 17 Covid cases detected

Further 17 Covid cases detected

Further 17 Covid cases detected

12 November 2020

SEVENTEEN new Covid-19 infections have been detected across the NHS Highland area.


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.


Highland councillors hail work of Third Sector in Covid-19 battle

Highland councillors hail work of Third Sector in Covid-19 battle

Highland councillors hail work of Third Sector in Covid-19 battle

12 November 2020

The leaders of two Highland Council committees have praised the ongoing work to support children and families throughout the pandemic crisis.


Plockton pupils produce own Armistice Day tribute

 Plockton pupils produce own Armistice Day tribute

Plockton pupils produce own Armistice Day tribute

11 November 2020

PUPILS at a Ross-shire secondary have produced their own poignant tribute to mark Armistice Day.


Cameron urges coronavirus testing for Calmac ferry staff

Cameron urges coronavirus testing for Calmac ferry staff

Cameron urges coronavirus testing for Calmac ferry staff

11 November 2020

Shadow Health Secretary Donald Cameron has written to the Scottish Government urging it to introduce regular and rapid Covid-19 testing for staff.


Nine further Covid-19 cases detected across NHS Highland

Nine further Covid-19 cases detected across NHS Highland

Nine further Covid-19 cases detected across NHS Highland

11 November 2020

NINE new cases of the coronavirus were recorded across the whole of NHS Highland in the past 24 hours.


Always fancied learning an instrument? Now's your chance...

Always fancied learning an instrument? Now's your chance...

Always fancied learning an instrument? Now's your chance...

11 November 2020

PEOPLE eager to learn a new musical skill are being encouraged to take advantage of a series of free workshops and talks during the Blas Festival.


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.


Scotland's First Minister announces Highlands to remain in tier one of coronavirus regulations

Scotland's First Minister announces Highlands to remain in tier one of coronavirus regulations

Scotland's First Minister announces Highlands to remain in tier one of coronavirus regulations

10 November 2020

The Highlands will remain in level one under Scotland's five-tier system for coronavirus restrictions


Nine new Covid cases reported

Nine new Covid cases reported

Nine new Covid cases reported

10 November 2020

NINE further Covid-19 infections have been detected across the NHS Highland region in the past day.


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