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Handyperson service for aged veterans
A new handyperson service aimed at aged armed forces veterans has been launched in the Highlands. ILM Highland, in partnership with Unforgotten For... [...]
Subsidy for Scotland's ferry services doubles over 10 years
Audit Scotland warns a long-term strategy is needed to ensure services continue to meet passenger needs. [...]
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Staggies help Maggie's with free match tickets
Ross County Football Club has scored again with cancer charity Maggie's Highland. Thanks to their close relationship, the cancer support centre has... [...]
Car and lorry crash on A9 at Aviemore closes road in both directions
Police have put local diversions in place following the crash at Aviemore which happened just before 16:00. [...]
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Engineering firm expected more profit from contract
DIRECTORS of Daviot Group Holdings vowed to focus on profitability ahead of turnover growth in its annual accounts - published days before a subsid... [...]
Fall in young mental health patients on adult wards
A report finds that fewer young people with a mental illness are being treated in non-specialist wards. [...]
Sister of kayaker who died backs RNLI safety campaign
The sister of a kayaker who died earlier this year support a safety initiative by the RNLI. [...]
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Minister responds to calls for cut-price hospital TV
AN appeal has been made for Highland constituents to voice their complaints directly to the health board if they are unhappy with the price of tele... [...]
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Internet blamed for closure of Loch Ness visitor centres
A DECISION by Scotland's tourism agency to shut down both of its Loch Ness visitor centres will not impact trade, according to a leading industry c... [...]
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Union accuses NHS of reneging on carers jobs promise
NHS bosses in the Highlands could face legal action over reforms which a union claims have left hundreds of vulnerable people stressed and carers w... [...]
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