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NATIVE CONTENT: Business support, just the job

NATIVE CONTENT: Business support, just the job

NATIVE CONTENT: Business support, just the job

Whether you want to get a foot on the first step of the ladder, have been made redundant or are yearning to retrain, there is help.


Raigmore Hospital Ward 5a visiting and admissions suspended

Raigmore Hospital Ward 5a visiting and admissions suspended

Raigmore Hospital Ward 5a visiting and admissions suspended

Ward 5a at Raigmore hospital is closed to new admissions and visiting following the detection of a small number of cases of Covid-19.


Living Wage plan at Highland Council is no further forward, members are told

Living Wage plan at Highland Council is no further forward, members are told

Living Wage plan at Highland Council is no further forward, members are told

Highland Council's work towards living wage status has stalled, the local authority's leader admitted.


Council to consider support for households living in fuel poverty

Council to consider support for households living in fuel poverty

Council to consider support for households living in fuel poverty

Proposals to provide almost £3 million to help households in fuel poverty in Highland this winter will be considered at council meeting on Thursday.


Crash at Milton

Crash at Milton

Crash at Milton

Police Scotland issued a fixed penalty notice after a driver crashed his car close to Wick on Saturday morning.


NICKY MARR: Milestone shows how swiftly time passes

NICKY MARR: Milestone shows how swiftly time passes

NICKY MARR: Milestone shows how swiftly time passes

Looking back on 25 years as a mum, have I learnt anything at all?


Looking Back – news from the John O'Groat Journal of yesteryear

Looking Back – news from the John O'Groat Journal of yesteryear

Looking Back – news from the John O'Groat Journal of yesteryear

Court action against temperance vote in 1921, Home help cost rise delayed in 1971 and Christmas tree on the move in 1996


Over £400K for Caithness in Highland Coastal Communities Funding

Over £400K for Caithness in Highland Coastal Communities Funding

Over £400K for Caithness in Highland Coastal Communities Funding

Highland communities will benefit from a 7.5 per cent increase in Highland Coastal Communities Funding for 2022 with Caithness receiving £409,652.26.


Vandalism getting 'quite bad again' in Castletown with incidents at public toilets and hall

Vandalism getting 'quite bad again' in Castletown with incidents at public toilets and hall

Vandalism getting 'quite bad again' in Castletown with incidents at public toilets and hall

Eggs thrown about the toilets made "a hell of a mess," says community councillor


Groups offer support to those affected by poor mental health and suicide

Groups offer support to those affected by poor mental health and suicide

Groups offer support to those affected by poor mental health and suicide

Holyrood Notebook by Rhoda Grant


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