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Penny makes pounds as charity trek restarts

Penny makes pounds as charity trek restarts

Penny makes pounds as charity trek restarts

A woman who previously walked through Caithness as part of a 20,000-mile coastal charity challenge is set to restart her journey.


New one-metre rule for rail travel

New one-metre rule for rail travel

New one-metre rule for rail travel

Physical distancing on trains and at stations will reduce to a minimum of one metre from Monday.


Highland Council leader calls on campers to be considerate

Highland Council leader calls on campers to be considerate

Highland Council leader calls on campers to be considerate

The leader of Highland Council has issued a call to all campers heading to the Highlands urging them to respect the environment they are visiting.


More materials to be accepted at council recycling centres

More materials to be accepted at council recycling centres

More materials to be accepted at council recycling centres

Highland Council announced today that additional materials will be accepted at many of its household waste recycling centres.


Good hair day at Wick salon as restrictions are eased

Good hair day at Wick salon as restrictions are eased

Good hair day at Wick salon as restrictions are eased

The lockdown locks grown over the last few months can now be cut after hairdressing salons and other businesses were allowed to reopen on Wednesday.


Recommendations made as NHS Highland completes investigation into Covid samples on A9

Recommendations made as NHS Highland completes investigation into Covid samples on A9

Recommendations made as NHS Highland completes investigation into Covid samples on A9

The internal investigation into why Covid-19 samples being transported from Caithness to Inverness were found on the A9 near Tain has been completed.


Scott buys a Scott after 23-mile trek to Wick

Scott buys a Scott after 23-mile trek to Wick

Scott buys a Scott after 23-mile trek to Wick

A Thurso businessman walked 23 miles to pick up an original artwork which he donated along with the money it cost to Caithness General Hospital.


Walk and cycle plan for Thurso long overdue, says councillor

Walk and cycle plan for Thurso long overdue, says councillor

Walk and cycle plan for Thurso long overdue, says councillor

Councillor Karl Rosie thinks that the active travel master plan for Thurso is long overdue after a similar plan from 10 years ago had been shelved.


Highlands and Islands Blood Bikes charity 'not involved' in A9 medical bag incident

Highlands and Islands Blood Bikes charity 'not involved' in A9 medical bag incident

Highlands and Islands Blood Bikes charity 'not involved' in A9 medical bag incident

Motorcycle charity Highlands and Islands Blood Bikes insists it was not transporting a medical bag containing Covid test samples found beside the A9.


NHS Highland to change how it transports Covid specimen bags after A9 incident

NHS Highland to change how it transports Covid specimen bags after A9 incident

NHS Highland to change how it transports Covid specimen bags after A9 incident

NHS Highland insists coronavirus test samples found lying besides the A9 posed no risk – but has changed the way it will transport them in future.


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