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Dundonnell lifeline rescue team to benefit from donations at talk

Dundonnell lifeline rescue team to benefit from donations at talk

Dundonnell lifeline rescue team to benefit from donations at talk

A winter safety talk is being held in the Highland capital tonight with a Ross-shire rescue team set to benefit.


Stagecoach Highlands consulting customers on proposed timetable changes

Stagecoach Highlands consulting customers on proposed timetable changes

Stagecoach Highlands consulting customers on proposed timetable changes

Stagecoach is proposing a number of timetable changes to take effect from February next year.


Nurse stands down from children's unit role after 52-year career

Nurse stands down from children's unit role after 52-year career

Nurse stands down from children's unit role after 52-year career

Tears were shed when 'Granny Hospital' hung up her nursing uniform for the last time last week.


Alness engineer 'humbled' by prestigious prize

Alness engineer 'humbled' by prestigious prize

Alness engineer 'humbled' by prestigious prize

AN EASTER Ross man who progressed from teenage electrical apprentice to a university degree has landed a prestigious award.


Shinty brothers under spotlight at WWI talk at Highlanders' Museum

Shinty brothers under spotlight at WWI talk at Highlanders' Museum

Shinty brothers under spotlight at WWI talk at Highlanders' Museum

An acclaimed Easter Ross bagpiper will play a set of bagpipes brought back from a World War I battle.


Biomass boiler warning over planning requirements after cases flagged at Ross-shire committee

Biomass boiler warning over planning requirements after cases flagged at Ross-shire committee

Biomass boiler warning over planning requirements after cases flagged at Ross-shire committee

BIOMASS boiler manufacturers and retailers should be more responsible and flag up that they need planning permission when selling them.


New nursery unit in works for Ross-shire primary school

New nursery unit in works for Ross-shire primary school

New nursery unit in works for Ross-shire primary school

AN ALNESS primary school is in line to benefit from a new dedicated nursery building by August next year.


Fees paid to foster carers set to rise

Fees paid to foster carers set to rise

Fees paid to foster carers set to rise

FEES paid foster carers in the Highlands could increase substantially under plans to be discussed by Highland councillors on Monday.


Controversial city hotel plan gets go-ahead from Highland Council

Controversial city hotel plan gets go-ahead from Highland Council

Controversial city hotel plan gets go-ahead from Highland Council

Revised hotel plans for a prominent site were accepted as an improvement but dubbed 'not exceptionally pretty'


New NHS Highland board chairman confirmed

New NHS Highland board chairman confirmed

New NHS Highland board chairman confirmed

THE interim chairman of NHS Highland has been appointed to the role on a permanent basis, Scottish ministers have confirmed.


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