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43 new registered coronavirus cases in NHS Highland area

43 new registered coronavirus cases in NHS Highland area

43 new registered coronavirus cases in NHS Highland area

17 January 2021

There have been 43 additional confirmed coronavirus cases in the NHS Highland area in the past 24 hours, new figures have shown.


PICTURES: Wester Ross serves up ice pancakes as nature works her magic

PICTURES: Wester Ross serves up ice pancakes as nature works her magic

PICTURES: Wester Ross serves up ice pancakes as nature works her magic

17 January 2021

Nature's beauty has been manifest during the cold snap.


Tearaway teen given stark warning over crime spree

Tearaway teen given stark warning over crime spree

Tearaway teen given stark warning over crime spree

17 January 2021

A TEEN was warned by a Sheriff he faced a long period of detention after he admitted taking three vehicles and attempting to drive a bus.


'We’re not just protecting the Pavilion’s past, we’re protecting its future'

'We’re not just protecting the Pavilion’s past, we’re protecting its future'

'We’re not just protecting the Pavilion’s past, we’re protecting its future'

17 January 2021

The scene is being set for a new chapter for Strathpeffer Pavilion, a venue that means much to many.


OPINION: Covid-19 restrictions are difficult but also essential as cases of coronavirus rise in the Highlands

OPINION: Covid-19 restrictions are difficult but also essential as cases of coronavirus rise in the Highlands

OPINION: Covid-19 restrictions are difficult but also essential as cases of coronavirus rise in the Highlands

17 January 2021

Dr Tim Allison, NHS Highland director of public health and policy, sets out why peopleneed to help stop the spread of coronavirus.


Tributes to Renato: 'He'll be such a huge loss to Dingwall'

Tributes to Renato: 'He'll be such a huge loss to Dingwall'

Tributes to Renato: 'He'll be such a huge loss to Dingwall'

17 January 2021

A community is mourning the loss of a much-loved restaurant owner, whose death was followed less than a week later by another close family member.


Ullapool Book Festival unveils line-up for 2021 event

Ullapool Book Festival unveils line-up for 2021 event

Ullapool Book Festival unveils line-up for 2021 event

17 January 2021

A Wester Ross book festival has unveiled a dazzling line-up of literary talent ahead of its May showcase.


140 Covid vaccines administered by Easter Ross GP group on first day of dedicated jab clinic

140 Covid vaccines administered by Easter Ross GP group on first day of dedicated jab clinic

140 Covid vaccines administered by Easter Ross GP group on first day of dedicated jab clinic

17 January 2021

GPs at a Ross surgery have praised everyone for helping its Covid vaccination clinic run smoothly after administering 140 doses on its first day.


Angry sheriff slams 'despicable' thefts carried out by Easter Ross man

Angry sheriff slams 'despicable' thefts carried out by Easter Ross man

Angry sheriff slams 'despicable' thefts carried out by Easter Ross man

17 January 2021

An Easter Ross man who targeted a vulnerable neighbour's house for a break-in over the festive period was branded 'despicable' by a sheriff.


CHRISTIAN VIEWPOINT: Choose life – live in the hope brought by Jesus, writes John Dempster

CHRISTIAN VIEWPOINT: Choose life – live in the hope brought by Jesus, writes John Dempster

CHRISTIAN VIEWPOINT: Choose life – live in the hope brought by Jesus, writes John Dempster

17 January 2021

How we need hope this dark January!


Cash tribute for dad who died in accident near Alness

Cash tribute for dad who died in accident near Alness

Cash tribute for dad who died in accident near Alness

16 January 2021

A crowdfunding campaign to help the family of a dad-of-two killed in an accident on the A9near Alness has raised more than £15,000.


OPINION: Tony Mackay's economic outlook for the Highlands in 2021

OPINION: Tony Mackay's economic outlook for the Highlands in 2021

OPINION: Tony Mackay's economic outlook for the Highlands in 2021

16 January 2021

After the rollercoaster that was 2020, can we predict what the Highland economy has in store this year?


PICTURES:Cold snap brings snow to swathes of Ross-shire

PICTURES:Cold snap brings snow to swathes of Ross-shire

PICTURES:Cold snap brings snow to swathes of Ross-shire

16 January 2021

A cold snap earlier this week left swathes of Ross-shire covered in snow.


'John will be hugely missed by his friends and fellow members'

'John will be hugely missed by his friends and fellow members'

'John will be hugely missed by his friends and fellow members'

16 January 2021

Tribute has been paid following the tragic discovery of the body of a Ross-shire man who had been posted missing two months ago.


Highland delivery firm pledges to play part helping businesses stay afloat

Highland delivery firm pledges to play part helping businesses stay afloat

Highland delivery firm pledges to play part helping businesses stay afloat

16 January 2021

A HIGHLAND delivery firm has pledged to support local small businesses as they continue to try to deal with incredibly tough trading conditions.


Lockdown prompts winter gritting vow from council

Lockdown prompts winter gritting vow from council

Lockdown prompts winter gritting vow from council

16 January 2021

The latest coronavirus lockdown will not hit vital gritting work this winter, Highland Council has vowed.


54 new registered coronavirus cases in NHS Highland area

54 new registered coronavirus cases in NHS Highland area

54 new registered coronavirus cases in NHS Highland area

16 January 2021

There have been 54 additional confirmed coronavirus cases in the NHS Highland area in the past 24 hours, new figures have shown.


Move by Highland Council to give powers to officials in 'emergency situations' draws flack

Move by Highland Council to give powers to officials in 'emergency situations' draws flack

Move by Highland Council to give powers to officials in 'emergency situations' draws flack

16 January 2021

Highland Council leader Margaret Davidson has defended a move to grant officers wide-ranging powers to make decisions quickly in an emergency.


Invergordon woman raises more than £1000 for Mikesyline mental health charity

Invergordon woman raises more than £1000 for Mikesyline mental health charity

Invergordon woman raises more than £1000 for Mikesyline mental health charity

16 January 2021

The heart-breaking death of an Invergordon woman's mum inspired her to cycle 100 miles for Mikeysline in 24 hours - raising more than £1000.


What’s the Covid infection rate like where you live?

What’s the Covid infection rate like where you live?

What’s the Covid infection rate like where you live?

16 January 2021

IS your Ross & Cromarty neighbourhood’s Covid infection rate higher or lower than the Highlands’ 177.7 cases per 100,000 people? Read on to find out.


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