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Expert flags nine ways to tackle spiralling energy bills amid fears of further rises

Expert flags nine ways to tackle spiralling energy bills amid fears of further rises

Expert flags nine ways to tackle spiralling energy bills amid fears of further rises

A personal finance expert suggests nine ways to get on top of energy bills.


North Coast 500 named as top choice for a romantic St Valentine's getaway

North Coast 500 named as top choice for a romantic St Valentine's getaway

North Coast 500 named as top choice for a romantic St Valentine's getaway

The North Coast 500 has been named as one of the UK's very top roads to romance by online travel experts, Enjoy Travel


Law firm with Ross-shire presence set to expand further following significant recruitment drive

Law firm with Ross-shire presence set to expand further following significant recruitment drive

Law firm with Ross-shire presence set to expand further following significant recruitment drive

Inverness law firm Munro and Noble now has clients all over Scotland thanks to virtual meetings, and is set to expand following a recruitment drive.


Businesswoman of the year aims to lead by example in Highlands

Businesswoman of the year aims to lead by example in Highlands

Businesswoman of the year aims to lead by example in Highlands

Jennifer Macdonald-Nethercott is helping to close the gender gap as a Women’s Enterprise Scotland Ambassador


Scottish Forestry fund for timber transport projects in rural communities

Scottish Forestry fund for timber transport projects in rural communities

Scottish Forestry fund for timber transport projects in rural communities

Projects to reduce the effects of timber transport in rural communities could land a cash boost via a Scottish Forestry fund.


'Deeply emotional' £3.3m whisky sale – including Dalmore dram – makes history

'Deeply emotional' £3.3m whisky sale – including Dalmore dram – makes history

'Deeply emotional' £3.3m whisky sale – including Dalmore dram – makes history

A man who scoured the globe for good whisky has made history after selling his personal collection –the largest in the world to go under the hammer.


Ross-shire village poised for further expansion with new housing plans

Ross-shire village poised for further expansion with new housing plans

Ross-shire village poised for further expansion with new housing plans

A Ross-shire village looks set for further expansion with two sizeable housing developments being considered by Highland Council.


Ross-shire village poised for expansion with new housing proposals in spotlight

Ross-shire village poised for expansion with new housing proposals in spotlight

Ross-shire village poised for expansion with new housing proposals in spotlight

Two sizeable housing developments are being considered for areas in Conon Bridge, one by a private developer and one by Highland Council.


Royal Bank of Scotland's outgoing commercial manager, David Scott has faith in the future of the Highland economy

Royal Bank of Scotland's outgoing commercial manager, David Scott has faith in the future of the Highland economy

Royal Bank of Scotland's outgoing commercial manager, David Scott has faith in the future of the Highland economy

After a four decade career in Highland banking, RBS commercial manager David Scott is passing on the mantle to Inverness man Ryan Fraser


Energy debate: 'Every keyboard warrior needs a keyboard that’s most likely made from oil-based synthetic plastic'

Energy debate: 'Every keyboard warrior needs a keyboard that’s most likely made from oil-based synthetic plastic'

Energy debate: 'Every keyboard warrior needs a keyboard that’s most likely made from oil-based synthetic plastic'

ENERGY VIEWPOINT: Andrew Bradshaw argues that we need fossil fuels for much more than transport – until alternatives are created.


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