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Nominations are now open for the 2021 Highland Business Awards

Nominations are now open for the 2021 Highland Business Awards

Nominations are now open for the 2021 Highland Business Awards

23 September 2021

Inverness Chamber of Commerce is providing a reason to get the party frock out of storage with the return of the Highland Business Awards


Highland Youth Parliament pushes ahead with mental health improvements

Highland Youth Parliament pushes ahead with mental health improvements

Highland Youth Parliament pushes ahead with mental health improvements

23 September 2021

Members of the Highland Youth Parliament (HYP) are working on plans to improve mental health support following their annual conference.


Power cut at Dounreay was down to sub-station fault, meeting hears

Power cut at Dounreay was down to sub-station fault, meeting hears

Power cut at Dounreay was down to sub-station fault, meeting hears

23 September 2021

A fault at an electricity sub-station is being blamed for an overnight power failure at Dounreay.


Bus group pay dispute could bring serious disruption to Highland services, union warns

Bus group pay dispute could bring serious disruption to Highland services, union warns

Bus group pay dispute could bring serious disruption to Highland services, union warns

22 September 2021

Highland bus services face an autumn of disruption if Stagecoach staff vote for industrial action


Pentland Ferries becomes Living Wage employer

Pentland Ferries becomes Living Wage employer

Pentland Ferries becomes Living Wage employer

22 September 2021

An independent ferry operator which runs services between Caithness and Orkney has been accredited as a Living Wage employer.


XpoNorth autumn programme will focus on sustainable business, story and design and digital heritage

XpoNorth autumn programme will focus on sustainable business, story and design and digital heritage

XpoNorth autumn programme will focus on sustainable business, story and design and digital heritage

21 September 2021

Highlands creative economy support organisation, XpoNorth, is to launching its autumn/winter programme next month


Caithness residents – don't panic over energy firm crisis and gas price rises

Caithness residents – don't panic over energy firm crisis and gas price rises

Caithness residents – don't panic over energy firm crisis and gas price rises

20 September 2021

Scotland’s national energy advice service has urged Caithness residents not to panic amid fears that more firms will go bust this week.


WATCH: Tips to help Caithness residents cope with pandemic worry

WATCH: Tips to help Caithness residents cope with pandemic worry

WATCH: Tips to help Caithness residents cope with pandemic worry

20 September 2021

New research shows over half of people in Scotland (55 per cent) are worried about the Covid-19 pandemic.


Pentland Ferries secures prestigious environmental award

Pentland Ferries secures prestigious environmental award

Pentland Ferries secures prestigious environmental award

17 September 2021

Pentland Ferries among Scottish companies at the forefront of tackling environmental change recognised by the Scottish Environment Business Awards.


Caithness councillors delighted over play park victory

Caithness councillors delighted over play park victory

Caithness councillors delighted over play park victory

17 September 2021

Highland councillors across Caithness are delighted that the local authority has agreed to put in place a new strategy for the upkeep of play parks.


Ice-cream kiosk plan in Thurso approved by Highland Council

Ice-cream kiosk plan in Thurso approved by Highland Council

Ice-cream kiosk plan in Thurso approved by Highland Council

16 September 2021

A bid to create an ice-cream kiosk in Thurso has been granted permission by Highland Council.


Plan to extend Wick care home being considered by Highland Council

Plan to extend Wick care home being considered by Highland Council

Plan to extend Wick care home being considered by Highland Council

16 September 2021

A Caithness care home could be expanded if a planning application is approved by Highland Council.


Last chance for Caithness communities to apply for £10K grants

Last chance for Caithness communities to apply for £10K grants

Last chance for Caithness communities to apply for £10K grants

16 September 2021

Community groups in Caithness that help local people look after their hearts can now apply for a regional grant up to £10,000.


Award a chance to thank north charities

Award a chance to thank north charities

Award a chance to thank north charities

16 September 2021

Highlands, Islands and Moray charities have risen to the challenge of Covid-19


Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival Limited Edition unveils six days of events across Scotland's famous whisky region

Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival Limited Edition unveils six days of events across Scotland's famous whisky region

Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival Limited Edition unveils six days of events across Scotland's famous whisky region

15 September 2021

Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival is making a return to live events this autumn with its very own Limited Edition


Thurso-based Highland Cabs voted taxi service of the year

Thurso-based Highland Cabs voted taxi service of the year

Thurso-based Highland Cabs voted taxi service of the year

15 September 2021

Local business owner Paul Reid is delighted that Highland Cabs has come out top in the Scotland Prestige Awards.


Councillor Bremner questions underspend on Caithness roads

Councillor Bremner questions underspend on Caithness roads

Councillor Bremner questions underspend on Caithness roads

14 September 2021

A Wick councillor tackled a Highland Council committee chairwoman over the roads underspend for Caithness at a meeting last week.


Highland businesses benefit from £2.7m of start-up loans

Highland businesses benefit from £2.7m of start-up loans

Highland businesses benefit from £2.7m of start-up loans

14 September 2021

New entrepreneurs in the Highlands have been helped to make their business plans a reality thanks to almost £2.7 million in funding.


Caithness rural community groups can apply for funding to back innovative ideas

Caithness rural community groups can apply for funding to back innovative ideas

Caithness rural community groups can apply for funding to back innovative ideas

14 September 2021

Not-for-profit community groups in Caithness are being urged to apply for a special rural fund backed by the Scottish Government.


Call for better communication from Hial

Call for better communication from Hial

Call for better communication from Hial

14 September 2021

Highland and Islands Airports Limited's communication over Air Traffic Control Services has been "dreadful" according to Ariane Burgess MSP.


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