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OPINION: When is a business viable? Not often enough when it comes to banks handing out vital support

OPINION: When is a business viable? Not often enough when it comes to banks handing out vital support

OPINION: When is a business viable? Not often enough when it comes to banks handing out vital support

04 May 2020

Banks are reverting to type and cautious approach could be death knell of thousands of small businesses in the North


Plans have been submitted for 40 new homes at the northern end of Kincraig

Plans have been submitted for 40 new homes at the northern end of Kincraig

Plans have been submitted for 40 new homes at the northern end of Kincraig

01 May 2020

The proposed development is on a 5.34-hectare site opposite Alvie Primary School and Baldow Smiddy


Holyood committee wants views on how to secure future of tourism after Covid-19

Holyood committee wants views on how to secure future of tourism after Covid-19

Holyood committee wants views on how to secure future of tourism after Covid-19

30 April 2020

The feedback received will be used to recommend how the Government should provide effective support after the devastating impact of virus


Accountancy firm reports surge in inquiries as businesses fight hard to keep afloat

Accountancy firm reports surge in inquiries as businesses fight hard to keep afloat

Accountancy firm reports surge in inquiries as businesses fight hard to keep afloat

30 April 2020

Accountancy firm says it is working round the clock to help Highland firms put continuity plans in place using government coronavirus aid schemes


Cairngorm Mountain wants to add more tube slides aimed at family market

Cairngorm Mountain wants to add more tube slides aimed at family market

Cairngorm Mountain wants to add more tube slides aimed at family market

30 April 2020

Cairngorm Mountain (Scotland) Ltd has applied to instal two more tube slides and to extend and realign the existing one at its car park at Coire Cas


Cairngorms organisations are urging for restraint over 'strangers' in open letter

Cairngorms organisations are urging for restraint over 'strangers' in open letter

Cairngorms organisations are urging for restraint over 'strangers' in open letter

28 April 2020

They are concerned that the behaviour in some quarters could tarnish the region's 'well-deserved reputation for being a welcoming community'


New resource highlights training courses to furloughed workers

New resource highlights training courses to furloughed workers

New resource highlights training courses to furloughed workers

27 April 2020

People who have been furloughed or made redundant are being encouraged to develop their skills with the help of a new online resource.


Coronavirus: Staging of Royal National Mòd in the Highlands this year is postponed

Coronavirus: Staging of Royal National Mòd in the Highlands this year is postponed

Coronavirus: Staging of Royal National Mòd in the Highlands this year is postponed

25 April 2020

One of the biggest cultural events of the 2020 Highland calendar has been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.


Business urged to tight up online security during Covid-19

Business urged to tight up online security during Covid-19

Business urged to tight up online security during Covid-19

07 April 2020

Businesses advised to put in place stricter rules for passwords to protect staff and systems as home-working rises


Grant changes aim to help self-catering businesses weather lockdown shock

Grant changes aim to help self-catering businesses weather lockdown shock

Grant changes aim to help self-catering businesses weather lockdown shock

06 April 2020

SELF-catering businesses have been urged to check if they may be eligible for grants of up to £25,000 to help them through the Covid-19 lockdown.


Pandemic adds to Debenham's woes but manager of Highland capital branch remains optimistic

Pandemic adds to Debenham's woes but manager of Highland capital branch remains optimistic

Pandemic adds to Debenham's woes but manager of Highland capital branch remains optimistic

06 April 2020

Troubled department store chain Debenhams looks set to file of administration for a second time in a year


Extensive repair plan revealed for the Cairngorm funicular

Extensive repair plan revealed for the Cairngorm funicular

Extensive repair plan revealed for the Cairngorm funicular

03 April 2020

Sixty piers which support the 1.9 kilometres of track will have to be propped and strengthened


High demand for business grants in Highlands

High demand for business grants in Highlands

High demand for business grants in Highlands

02 April 2020

A first batch of grant payments, totalling around £185,000, will be with businesses by tomorrow with further payments next week


Expert help from Begbies Traynor Group for small businesses during coronavirus crisis

Expert help from Begbies Traynor Group for small businesses during coronavirus crisis

Expert help from Begbies Traynor Group for small businesses during coronavirus crisis

01 April 2020

SPONSORED CONTENT: Begbies Traynor Group gives advice to small businesses in the wake of the escalating coronavirus crisis.


EasyJet flights stopped as operator grounds its entire fleet due to coronavirus

EasyJet flights stopped as operator grounds its entire fleet due to coronavirus

EasyJet flights stopped as operator grounds its entire fleet due to coronavirus

30 March 2020

EasyJet has grounded its entire fleet in the wake of the coranvirus pandemic.


Use us or lose us warning from post office operators in strath

Use us or lose us warning from post office operators in strath

Use us or lose us warning from post office operators in strath

27 March 2020

"If the village is to keep its Post Office we need a lot more than the 10 customers a day we have been getting"


Highland News and Media commits to £70k support package to help keep local businesses trading during coronavirus outbreak

Highland News and Media commits to £70k support package to help keep local businesses trading during coronavirus outbreak

Highland News and Media commits to £70k support package to help keep local businesses trading during coronavirus outbreak

27 March 2020

Businesses struggling after the onset of strict measures to curb the coronavirus pandemic are being offered a helping hand by a local media firm.


Late boost before Cairngorm ski season closes because of Covid-19

Late boost before Cairngorm ski season closes because of Covid-19

Late boost before Cairngorm ski season closes because of Covid-19

26 March 2020

"The board took a bold and challenging decision, but the right one, to announce the closure of winter snowsports prior to Government advice"


Badenoch MSP hits back after Spectator columnist brands her as a 'ghastly woman'

Badenoch MSP hits back after Spectator columnist brands her as a 'ghastly woman'

Badenoch MSP hits back after Spectator columnist brands her as a 'ghastly woman'

26 March 2020

A columnist in a popular political magazine has caused an angry backlash after picking on a Highland MSP.


'We're delighted to be back at the Coylumbridge Hotel'

'We're delighted to be back at the Coylumbridge Hotel'

'We're delighted to be back at the Coylumbridge Hotel'

26 March 2020

There was a huge backlash against owners Britannia Hotels when it emerged they had laid off EU staff and effectively made them homeless


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