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Still much more to do in fight against HIV and Aids, says local MP Jamie Stone

Still much more to do in fight against HIV and Aids, says local MP Jamie Stone

Still much more to do in fight against HIV and Aids, says local MP Jamie Stone

01 December 2021

Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross MP Jamie Stone has warned that there is "still much more to do" in the fight against HIV and Aids.


Ariane Burgess: Have your say in the future of your community

Ariane Burgess: Have your say in the future of your community

Ariane Burgess: Have your say in the future of your community

27 November 2021

Holyrood Notebook by Ariane Burgess


Edward Mountain: Rural areas shouldn't miss out on vital services such as full fibre broadband

Edward Mountain: Rural areas shouldn't miss out on vital services such as full fibre broadband

Edward Mountain: Rural areas shouldn't miss out on vital services such as full fibre broadband

27 November 2021

Holyrood Notebook by Edward Mountain


Funding of £20 million could turbo-charge tidal energy in far north, says MeyGen director

Funding of £20 million could turbo-charge tidal energy in far north, says MeyGen director

Funding of £20 million could turbo-charge tidal energy in far north, says MeyGen director

26 November 2021

Ring-fenced funding is 'a welcome breakthrough', according to north MP, Jamie Stone.


Hial says north MSP 's remarks on centralisation plans were 'unhelpful, uninformed and inflammatory'

Hial says north MSP 's remarks on centralisation plans were 'unhelpful, uninformed and inflammatory'

Hial says north MSP 's remarks on centralisation plans were 'unhelpful, uninformed and inflammatory'

25 November 2021

Rhoda Grant claims Hial's proposals will have an adverse effect on Wick airport and are 'a shambles'


Stone says arrangements for Caithness patients undertaking psychological therapies online are "unsuitable"

Stone says arrangements for Caithness patients undertaking psychological therapies online are "unsuitable"

Stone says arrangements for Caithness patients undertaking psychological therapies online are "unsuitable"

24 November 2021

North MSP writes Scottish health secretary on arrangements for online psychological treatments


Eat or heat? Council finance papers reveal stark reality of rural poverty

Eat or heat? Council finance papers reveal stark reality of rural poverty

Eat or heat? Council finance papers reveal stark reality of rural poverty

24 November 2021

Councillors branded rural poverty a “catastrophe waiting to happen this winter” following figures provided in a finance meeting today.


Applications open for Child Disability Payment – People are 'benefitting from an SNP Government' says Maree Todd MSP

Applications open for Child Disability Payment – People are 'benefitting from an SNP Government' says Maree Todd MSP

Applications open for Child Disability Payment – People are 'benefitting from an SNP Government' says Maree Todd MSP

24 November 2021

Maree Todd MSP has hailed Scotland’s social security system as applications open for the Scottish Government’s Child Disability Payment.


Sutherland Space Hub puts ‘north on the map as an innovator in space technology’ says local MSP

Sutherland Space Hub puts ‘north on the map as an innovator in space technology’ says local MSP

Sutherland Space Hub puts ‘north on the map as an innovator in space technology’ says local MSP

22 November 2021

Maree Todd MSP has visited the site of the Sutherland Space Hub to learn more about the project and community benefits.


Communities are playing their part in the fight against climate change

Communities are playing their part in the fight against climate change

Communities are playing their part in the fight against climate change

20 November 2021

Holyrood Notebook by Maree Todd


Jamie Stone challenges UK government over 'urban-centric' electric vehicle policy

Jamie Stone challenges UK government over 'urban-centric' electric vehicle policy

Jamie Stone challenges UK government over 'urban-centric' electric vehicle policy

18 November 2021

Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross MP Jamie Stone has accused the UK government of adopting an "urban-centric" policy on funding for EVs.


Air traffic centralisation plan 'a shambles of monumental proportions,' says Rhoda Grant.

Air traffic centralisation plan 'a shambles of monumental proportions,' says Rhoda Grant.

Air traffic centralisation plan 'a shambles of monumental proportions,' says Rhoda Grant.

18 November 2021

MSP says the centralisation plan will impact adversely on Wick airport


Rejection of Chat request by NHS Highland was wrong, says north MSP.

Rejection of Chat request by NHS Highland was wrong, says north MSP.

Rejection of Chat request by NHS Highland was wrong, says north MSP.

18 November 2021

Dismissal of Caithness campaign group request to be involved in decisions made by NHS Highland was wrong, says Rhoda Grant.


North MSP 'frustrated' by lack of firms registered to carry out energy efficient improvements in Highlands and Islands.

North MSP 'frustrated' by lack of firms registered to carry out energy efficient improvements in Highlands and Islands.

North MSP 'frustrated' by lack of firms registered to carry out energy efficient improvements in Highlands and Islands.

17 November 2021

Scottish Government admits there is a shortage of registered firms to carry out energy efficient improvements in Highlands and Islands.


Concern as decision on vaccine passport scheme extension delayed

Concern as decision on vaccine passport scheme extension delayed

Concern as decision on vaccine passport scheme extension delayed

17 November 2021

A business leader remains concerned after the First Minister said a decision would be made on whether to extend the vaccine passport scheme next week.


Fall in north unemployment masks 'a cost of living crisis', says Jamie Stone

Fall in north unemployment masks 'a cost of living crisis', says Jamie Stone

Fall in north unemployment masks 'a cost of living crisis', says Jamie Stone

16 November 2021

Stone is concerned about "a cost of living crisis" in constituency despite fall in unemployment rate.


Douglas Ross 'sorry' after failing to fully record earnings

Douglas Ross 'sorry' after failing to fully record earnings

Douglas Ross 'sorry' after failing to fully record earnings

13 November 2021

MORAY'S MP failed to declare nearly £30,000 worth of earnings in his register of interests at Westminster.


Stone calls on Foreign Office to 'keep an eye on our own backyard'

Stone calls on Foreign Office to 'keep an eye on our own backyard'

Stone calls on Foreign Office to 'keep an eye on our own backyard'

09 November 2021

Far north MP Jamie Stone, today mounted pressure on the Government to evaluate its plans to maintain security and peace in the Western Balkans.


Racism is a 'scar on the face' of British sport, says Stone

Racism is a 'scar on the face' of British sport, says Stone

Racism is a 'scar on the face' of British sport, says Stone

09 November 2021

Jamie Stone MP, has today urged cooperation between the UK and Scottish Governments in tackling every sort of racial prejudice in British sport.


Stone calls for UK Government support for MeyGen tidal energy project in Pentland Firth

Stone calls for UK Government support for MeyGen tidal energy project in Pentland Firth

Stone calls for UK Government support for MeyGen tidal energy project in Pentland Firth

09 November 2021

A group of MPs, including Jamie Stone, has urged the Prime Minister to provide financial support for MeyGen scheme.


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