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New £122k role could be created at Highland Council

12 May 2021
New £122k role could be created at Highland Council

New £122k role could be created at Highland Council

12 May 2021

Highland councillors will tomorrow debate whether to create a new deputy chief executive post as part of a cost-saving shake-up of senior management.


Where to get help in a crisis – new service launched during Mental Health Awareness week

11 May 2021
Where to get help in a crisis – new service launched during Mental Health Awareness week

Where to get help in a crisis – new service launched during Mental Health Awareness week

11 May 2021

A new service directing individuals and communities to trusted mental health support has been launched during Mental Health Awareness Week.


HIE chief executive to quit

03 May 2021
HIE chief executive to quit

HIE chief executive to quit

03 May 2021

The chief executive of Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) will leave the organisation later this year.


Fresh warnings on rogue traders and doorstep scams in Highlands

30 April 2021
Fresh warnings on rogue traders and doorstep scams in Highlands

Fresh warnings on rogue traders and doorstep scams in Highlands

30 April 2021

A new campaign is being launched warning of the dangers of bogus and rogue trader crime.


NATO allies prepare for 'war games' around coast

30 April 2021
NATO allies prepare for 'war games' around coast

NATO allies prepare for 'war games' around coast

30 April 2021

A massive UK-led multinational ‘war games’ exercise will hit Scotland’s north-west coasts next week.


Industrial action eased to allow flights to bring in island votes for election

29 April 2021
Industrial action eased to allow flights to bring in island votes for election

Industrial action eased to allow flights to bring in island votes for election

29 April 2021

Air traffic controllers have agreed to ease industrial action to ensure the smooth-running of Scottish parliamentary election counts.


Brora boss calls league title award 'quite embarrassing' but the right thing to do

31 March 2021
Brora boss calls league title award 'quite embarrassing' but the right thing to do

Brora boss calls league title award 'quite embarrassing' but the right thing to do

31 March 2021

Steven Mackay admitted it felt “borderline ridiculous and quite embarrassing” for Brora to be crowned Highland League champions after three games.


Acute services 'very busy' across NHS Highland

04 March 2021
Acute services 'very busy' across NHS Highland

Acute services 'very busy' across NHS Highland

04 March 2021

Acute services in NHS Highland remain “very busy” after recent admissions – with Raigmore Hospital in Inverness facing particular pressure of numbers.


The 'Jabbernaut' will take vaccines to all corners of the Highlands

01 March 2021
The 'Jabbernaut' will take vaccines to all corners of the Highlands

The 'Jabbernaut' will take vaccines to all corners of the Highlands

01 March 2021

People in the Highlands will soon receive coronavirus vaccines closer to home with the help of a mobile vaccination unit called the Jabbernaut.


Safety fears over move to allow students to shadow ambulance staff

20 January 2021
Safety fears over move to allow students to shadow ambulance staff

Safety fears over move to allow students to shadow ambulance staff

20 January 2021

SHOCKED health workers fear lives could be at risk after ambulance bosses ordered them to take students into vehicles in Caithness and Sutherland.


Safety fears over move to allow students to shadow ambulance staff

20 January 2021
Safety fears over move to allow students to shadow ambulance staff

Safety fears over move to allow students to shadow ambulance staff

20 January 2021

SHOCKED health workers fear lives could be at risk after ambulance bosses ordered them to take students into vehicles in Caithness and Sutherland.


Safety fears over move to allow students to shadow ambulance staff

20 January 2021
Safety fears over move to allow students to shadow ambulance staff

Safety fears over move to allow students to shadow ambulance staff

20 January 2021

SHOCKED health workers fear lives could be at risk after ambulance bosses ordered them to take students into vehicles in Caithness and Sutherland.


The party's off: Highland Council issue reminder on Hogmanay events

16 December 2020
The party's off: Highland Council issue reminder on Hogmanay events

The party's off: Highland Council issue reminder on Hogmanay events

16 December 2020

Highland Council has issued a reminder that all civic Hogmanay events are cancelled this year during the pandemic.


We’re lucky and privileged as footballers, says Caithness-born striker Shane Sutherland

27 September 2020
We’re lucky and privileged as footballers, says Caithness-born striker Shane Sutherland

We’re lucky and privileged as footballers, says Caithness-born striker Shane Sutherland

27 September 2020

Shane Sutherland believes Caley Thistle players have a duty to do all they can to ensure fans return to Scotland’s football grounds.


Amateur cyclist aiming to beat NC500 record

11 September 2020
Amateur cyclist aiming to beat NC500 record

Amateur cyclist aiming to beat NC500 record

11 September 2020

An amateur cyclist is looking to smash the North Coast 500 record – and raise vital funds for a Highland charity.


Highland Council signs will point public to 'comfort' stops

27 August 2020
Highland Council signs will point public to 'comfort' stops

Highland Council signs will point public to 'comfort' stops

27 August 2020

Highland Council has unveiled new branding for an initiative encouraging businesses to open their toilets for general public use.


Farquhar sees Clach as a sleeping giant as he takes on coaching role

02 July 2020
Farquhar sees Clach as a sleeping giant as he takes on coaching role

Farquhar sees Clach as a sleeping giant as he takes on coaching role

02 July 2020

Ex-Wick midfielder Gary Farquhar believes he has joined one of the Highland League’s sleeping giants after accepting a coaching role at Clach.


Highland League referee’s marathon challenge for NHS

11 May 2020
Highland League referee’s marathon challenge for NHS

Highland League referee’s marathon challenge for NHS

11 May 2020

North football referee Billy Baxter has got his running shoes on in aid of the health service.


Football in shutdown over coronavirus outbreak

13 March 2020
Football in shutdown over coronavirus outbreak

Football in shutdown over coronavirus outbreak

13 March 2020

SCOTTISH football is in indefinite shutdown amid the coronavirus crisis.


A9 death sparks junction safety probe

26 February 2020
A9 death sparks junction safety probe

A9 death sparks junction safety probe

26 February 2020

A TEENAGER'S tragic death in a horrific road crash in December has sparked an investigation into the safety of A9 junctions in the Munlochy area.


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