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It would be ludicrous to close an airport then open a spaceport, Stone tells Gove

It would be ludicrous to close an airport then open a spaceport, Stone tells Gove

It would be ludicrous to close an airport then open a spaceport, Stone tells Gove

UK government minister Michael Gove has been told by north MP Jamie Stone that it would be “ludicrous” to close an airport then open a spaceport.


New stretch of road at Berriedale gets cautious welcome from councillor

New stretch of road at Berriedale gets cautious welcome from councillor

New stretch of road at Berriedale gets cautious welcome from councillor

The partial opening of the new stretch of road on the A9 at Berriedale Braes has received a cautious welcome from a Highland councillor.


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.


Public service obligation for Wick flights could take up to a year to put in place, MSP is told

Public service obligation for Wick flights could take up to a year to put in place, MSP is told

Public service obligation for Wick flights could take up to a year to put in place, MSP is told

Highlands and Islands Labour MSP David Stewart has been told that state aid to protect Wick air services could take up to a year to put in place.


North road investment plea as figures show rate of serious or fatal accidents

North road investment plea as figures show rate of serious or fatal accidents

North road investment plea as figures show rate of serious or fatal accidents

North MP Jamie Stone has warned that too many people are still falling victim to death or serious injury on Scotland’s roads.


NorthLink urges caution with ferry passenger numbers set to rise

NorthLink urges caution with ferry passenger numbers set to rise

NorthLink urges caution with ferry passenger numbers set to rise

Passenger numbers on NorthLink ferry services are expected to rise during the coming weeks with the reopening of the tourist industry.


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.


Ian and Elaine drive in style to Wick

Ian and Elaine drive in style to Wick

Ian and Elaine drive in style to Wick

A Thurso couple took advantage of the easing of lockdown restrictions to drive their elegant new Morgan car to Wick's riverside car park.


Buses on Caithness to Inverness X99 route replaced following criticism

Buses on Caithness to Inverness X99 route replaced following criticism

Buses on Caithness to Inverness X99 route replaced following criticism

The buses on the X99 route between Caithness and Inverness have been replaced following widespread public criticism, it has been confirmed.


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