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Election 2021: SNP candidate Maree Todd closes out our series of reports asking Holyrood hopefuls how they would deal with some key issues

Election 2021: SNP candidate Maree Todd closes out our series of reports asking Holyrood hopefuls how they would deal with some key issues

Election 2021: SNP candidate Maree Todd closes out our series of reports asking Holyrood hopefuls how they would deal with some key issues

17 April 2021

Today she tells us how she would go about dealing with the problems of depopulation and housing shortages in Caithness, Sutherland and Ross


Tory plan to recruit teachers in Highlands as part of £550 million investment in Scottish education

Tory plan to recruit teachers in Highlands as part of £550 million investment in Scottish education

Tory plan to recruit teachers in Highlands as part of £550 million investment in Scottish education

17 April 2021

A pledge to recruit 279 teachers in the Highlands and Islands has been welcomed by Conservative candidate Edward Mountain.


Election 2021: The penultimate part of our series asking what the candidates in Caithness, Sutherland and Ross would do about depopulation and housing shortages

Election 2021: The penultimate part of our series asking what the candidates in Caithness, Sutherland and Ross would do about depopulation and housing shortages

Election 2021: The penultimate part of our series asking what the candidates in Caithness, Sutherland and Ross would do about depopulation and housing shortages

16 April 2021

This time it is the turn of Molly Nolan who is aiming to win the seat for the Liberal Democrats


Liberal Democrats pledge to work with banks to help rural and remote communities retain lifeline services

Liberal Democrats pledge to work with banks to help rural and remote communities retain lifeline services

Liberal Democrats pledge to work with banks to help rural and remote communities retain lifeline services

16 April 2021

The Liberal Democrats have proposed a radical plan aimed at securing lifeline services such as banks, post offices and pubs.


Election 2021: Part four on what the candidates would do about housing and depopulation

Election 2021: Part four on what the candidates would do about housing and depopulation

Election 2021: Part four on what the candidates would do about housing and depopulation

15 April 2021

This time the Freedom Alliance's Tina McCaffery deal with how to tackle too few available homes and people leaving the north


Election 2021: Part three of our series asking candidates how they would deal with major issues for the north

Election 2021: Part three of our series asking candidates how they would deal with major issues for the north

Election 2021: Part three of our series asking candidates how they would deal with major issues for the north

14 April 2021

Conservative candidate Struan Mackie says that the many areas need homes refitted not built to deal with housing shortages


Stone accuses Salmond of being 'pawn' in Russian bid to undermine UK

Stone accuses Salmond of being 'pawn' in Russian bid to undermine UK

Stone accuses Salmond of being 'pawn' in Russian bid to undermine UK

14 April 2021

Far north MP, Jamie Stone has accused Alex Salmond, of being "an unwitting pawn of Russia's chess game to undermine the UK".


Election 2021: Part two of the series asking the candidates the key questions facing the Highlands

Election 2021: Part two of the series asking the candidates the key questions facing the Highlands

Election 2021: Part two of the series asking the candidates the key questions facing the Highlands

13 April 2021

Labour's Marion Donaldson says how she would tackle housing and depopulation in Caithness, Sutherland and Ross


First Minister confirms further easing of coronavirus restrictions

First Minister confirms further easing of coronavirus restrictions

First Minister confirms further easing of coronavirus restrictions

13 April 2021

Travel and meeting restrictions eased from Friday with shops and hospitality businesses also able to reopen across Scotland from April 26.


Deadline to register to vote for Scottish parliamentary elections drawing close

Deadline to register to vote for Scottish parliamentary elections drawing close

Deadline to register to vote for Scottish parliamentary elections drawing close

13 April 2021

People have until Monday to register to vote so they can take part in Scotland’s May parliamentary elections.


Labour’s Rhoda Grant in pledge over Caithness expectant mothers

Labour’s Rhoda Grant in pledge over Caithness expectant mothers

Labour’s Rhoda Grant in pledge over Caithness expectant mothers

13 April 2021

Scottish Labour candidate Rhoda Grant has pledged to continue campaigning for better support and services for pregnant women in Caithness.


Lib Dem candidate Molly Nolan says ‘power prices must change’

Lib Dem candidate Molly Nolan says ‘power prices must change’

Lib Dem candidate Molly Nolan says ‘power prices must change’

12 April 2021

The Scottish and UK governments are slammed for a lack of action as the Highlands still pays more than elsewhere


Election 2021: What are the Caithness, Sutherland and Ross candidates going to do about the housing shortage and depopulation

Election 2021: What are the Caithness, Sutherland and Ross candidates going to do about the housing shortage and depopulation

Election 2021: What are the Caithness, Sutherland and Ross candidates going to do about the housing shortage and depopulation

12 April 2021

Read the first part of our series to find out how Libertarian Party candidate Harry Christian would tackle the problem


The death of Prince Philip sees Highland Council lower its flags to half-mast

The death of Prince Philip sees Highland Council lower its flags to half-mast

The death of Prince Philip sees Highland Council lower its flags to half-mast

09 April 2021

The Highlands 'join the nation in mourning', according to council convener Bill Lobban.


Election campaigning suspended 'out of respect' after the death of Prince Philip

Election campaigning suspended 'out of respect' after the death of Prince Philip

Election campaigning suspended 'out of respect' after the death of Prince Philip

09 April 2021

Election campaigning in Scotland has been suspended following the death of HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.


Lack of local representation on Hial board is 'a huge blind spot' says Stone

Lack of local representation on Hial board is 'a huge blind spot' says Stone

Lack of local representation on Hial board is 'a huge blind spot' says Stone

09 April 2021

Air traffic centralisation could have been stopped if local representatives were on the board of Highlands and Islands Airports Ltd.


Caithness wind farm campaigner challenges First Minister to listen to views of local people

Caithness wind farm campaigner challenges First Minister to listen to views of local people

Caithness wind farm campaigner challenges First Minister to listen to views of local people

09 April 2021

Herrick challenges, Nicola Sturgeon, to "put her money where her mouth is" when it comes to listening to the views of local people.


Election 2021: A guide to voting and candidates in Caithness, Sutherland and Ross

Election 2021: A guide to voting and candidates in Caithness, Sutherland and Ross

Election 2021: A guide to voting and candidates in Caithness, Sutherland and Ross

08 April 2021

How to register, vote and which candidates and parties are standing along with a video guide in BSL


Maree Todd pledge over 'safe and sustainable services' after Caithness maternity challenge

Maree Todd pledge over 'safe and sustainable services' after Caithness maternity challenge

Maree Todd pledge over 'safe and sustainable services' after Caithness maternity challenge

07 April 2021

The SNP's Maree Todd has pledged that she would demand "safe and sustainable services" after being challenged over her stance on maternity provision.


Maree Todd urges electors to apply for postal vote as deadline looms

Maree Todd urges electors to apply for postal vote as deadline looms

Maree Todd urges electors to apply for postal vote as deadline looms

05 April 2021

SNP candidate Maree Todd is calling on people across Caithness, Sutherland and Ross to apply for a postal vote ahead of tomorrow’s deadline.


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