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MOTORS: ‘Wimpy features’ go when Ineos Grenadier leaves road

MOTORS: ‘Wimpy features’ go when Ineos Grenadier leaves road

MOTORS: ‘Wimpy features’ go when Ineos Grenadier leaves road

The Grenadier is designed to appeal to outdoor types, farmers and adventurers, says our columnist.


Strictly Inverness 2024 diary: Never Gonna Quiz You Up

Strictly Inverness 2024 diary: Never Gonna Quiz You Up

Strictly Inverness 2024 diary: Never Gonna Quiz You Up

This week's pinnacle was the first proper fundraiser that Courier content editor Andy Dixon and dance partner Ruth Mason organised – a quiz night.


COLIN CAMPBELL: No wonder the ‘free’ NHS is buckling under the strain

COLIN CAMPBELL: No wonder the ‘free’ NHS is buckling under the strain

COLIN CAMPBELL: No wonder the ‘free’ NHS is buckling under the strain

The national health service is seldom out of the headlines these days for a range of negative reasons.


NHS HIGHLAND: It is time to take up vaccination offer

NHS HIGHLAND: It is time to take up vaccination offer

NHS HIGHLAND: It is time to take up vaccination offer

Covid vaccine is still important especially for the most vulnerable, older people and those with reduced immunity, says Dr Tim Allison.


Blythswood's work reflects conviction that God cares for us

Blythswood's work reflects conviction that God cares for us

Blythswood's work reflects conviction that God cares for us

Christians believe God is the source of wisdom to both discern what is happening, and understand how to respond, says our columnist.


NICKY MARR: Equal education opportunities too much to ask for?

NICKY MARR: Equal education opportunities too much to ask for?

NICKY MARR: Equal education opportunities too much to ask for?

Comparing the opportunities that a tiny 28-pupil school can provide with what can be offered in a city school, isn’t comparing like with like.


LUCY BEATTIE: Brexit has battered Highland food sector – but is there hope for change?

LUCY BEATTIE: Brexit has battered Highland food sector – but is there hope for change?

LUCY BEATTIE: Brexit has battered Highland food sector – but is there hope for change?

What will shape the culinary landscape of the North Highlands post-Brexit – and can the spirit of love endure?


Strictly Inverness 2024 diary: Thank you for all your support so far

Strictly Inverness 2024 diary: Thank you for all your support so far

Strictly Inverness 2024 diary: Thank you for all your support so far

Get a year’s subscription to The Inverness Courier for a £25 charity donation. The deal is in aid of Highland Hospice and Inverness Ice Centre.


COLIN CAMPBELL: From personal experience, no wonder the ‘free’ NHS is buckling right now

COLIN CAMPBELL: From personal experience, no wonder the ‘free’ NHS is buckling right now

COLIN CAMPBELL: From personal experience, no wonder the ‘free’ NHS is buckling right now

The health service is seldom out of the headlines these days for a range of negative reasons.


KAREN ANDERSON: Back into the Universal Credit maze with son's long-term wellbeing in mind

KAREN ANDERSON: Back into the Universal Credit maze with son's long-term wellbeing in mind

KAREN ANDERSON: Back into the Universal Credit maze with son's long-term wellbeing in mind

'It’s not easy, but essential and will support him when I am no longer able to – hopefully many years in the future.'


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