Making Space for Nature by Fiona MacLean
'I want to see a time when no one is smoking, whether outside schools or outside hospitals.'
She says 'if there are not enough jobs, not enough houses, unreliable transport and public services in these communities, people will not stay.'
At school my only dream career was to be a Blue Peter presenter.
Inverness Donor Centre is open on Boxing Day and January 2.
'Those ageing faces, and some of the things I hear at Rhymes Recollected make me question how well, really, I will cope with growing older'.
Shop locally where possible, and your money supports local families – owners and staff, says our columnist.
"Shop local this Christmas. Use it or lose it. I consider myself warned."
He says 'no other employer I know would have accepted his excuses and borne his costs, especially as his current salary is close to £120,000.'
A fall can have a long-term impact on someone’s health, and it can be hard for some people to return to their home following a hospital stay.
Green Freeport must address the looming crisis of climate change, transform our local use of energy and develop a hydrogen network, says columnist.