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Work from home guidance to be relaxed in Scotland from next week

Work from home guidance to be relaxed in Scotland from next week

Work from home guidance to be relaxed in Scotland from next week

25 January 2022

Advice urging people to work from home where possible is to be eased in favour of a hybrid working system


Highlands MSP calls for repair bill for Cairngorm funicular to be revealed

Highlands MSP calls for repair bill for Cairngorm funicular to be revealed

Highlands MSP calls for repair bill for Cairngorm funicular to be revealed

22 January 2022

"I don’t believe it is unreasonable to expect up to a 30 per cent increase from original repair budget of £16m"


Highlands MSP claims licensing scheme for short-term lets will damage tourism sector

Highlands MSP claims licensing scheme for short-term lets will damage tourism sector

Highlands MSP claims licensing scheme for short-term lets will damage tourism sector

22 January 2022

Measure was opposed by Scottish Conservatives but supported by members of the SNP-Green Government


Highland Council to set up short-term let licensing scheme

Highland Council to set up short-term let licensing scheme

Highland Council to set up short-term let licensing scheme

20 January 2022

Local authorities must establish a short-term lets licensing scheme under new legislation from the Scottish Government.


Highland MP Jamie Stone is set to meet the UK government to discuss rising energy prices

Highland MP Jamie Stone is set to meet the UK government to discuss rising energy prices

Highland MP Jamie Stone is set to meet the UK government to discuss rising energy prices

19 January 2022

Mr Stone says 'we are watching the nation plummet further into a fuel poverty crisis'


NHS Highland has the second worst record in Scotland for delayed discharge

NHS Highland has the second worst record in Scotland for delayed discharge

NHS Highland has the second worst record in Scotland for delayed discharge

16 January 2022

Liberal Democrat MP Jamie Stone says 'health ministers have consistently failed to get a working system in place'


POLL RESULT: Boris Johnson should resign

POLL RESULT: Boris Johnson should resign

POLL RESULT: Boris Johnson should resign

13 January 2022

The vast majority of respondents feel that Prime Minister Boris Johnson should resign according to the latest poll.


POLL: Should Prime Minister Boris Johnson resign?

POLL: Should Prime Minister Boris Johnson resign?

POLL: Should Prime Minister Boris Johnson resign?

12 January 2022

After days of speculation Prime Minister Boris Johnson admitted that he did attend the "bring your own booze" party in the Downing Street garden.


Fans can return to stadia and concerts from Monday in a boost for the Six Nations rugby, football and live music

Fans can return to stadia and concerts from Monday in a boost for the Six Nations rugby, football and live music

Fans can return to stadia and concerts from Monday in a boost for the Six Nations rugby, football and live music

11 January 2022

But restrictions on indoor events and venues will remain in place until at least 24 January


MSP wants a public inquiry into running of Cairngorm Mountain

MSP wants a public inquiry into running of Cairngorm Mountain

MSP wants a public inquiry into running of Cairngorm Mountain

30 December 2021

Vital that 'costly mistakes are a thing of the past'


Highland councillors call for fair budget settlement from finance secretary Kate Forbes

Highland councillors call for fair budget settlement from finance secretary Kate Forbes

Highland councillors call for fair budget settlement from finance secretary Kate Forbes

07 December 2021

Three prominent Highland councillors are calling on the Scottish Government to increase local authority funding as part of a “just” budget settlement.


Pioneering affordable housing project mooted for Aviemore

Pioneering affordable housing project mooted for Aviemore

Pioneering affordable housing project mooted for Aviemore

26 November 2021

Eighty homes development providing wide array of housing for locals and workers would be a first for Scotland


Eat or heat? Council finance papers reveal stark reality of rural poverty

Eat or heat? Council finance papers reveal stark reality of rural poverty

Eat or heat? Council finance papers reveal stark reality of rural poverty

24 November 2021

Councillors branded rural poverty a “catastrophe waiting to happen this winter” following figures provided in a finance meeting today.


Badenoch MSP says number of solutions required to tackle strath's housing crisis

Badenoch MSP says number of solutions required to tackle strath's housing crisis

Badenoch MSP says number of solutions required to tackle strath's housing crisis

22 November 2021

'Often blanket approaches don’t resolve more nuanced local situations'


Major summit held in Aviemore to find ways of tackling chronic shortage of affordable homes in Badenoch and Strathspey

Major summit held in Aviemore to find ways of tackling chronic shortage of affordable homes in Badenoch and Strathspey

Major summit held in Aviemore to find ways of tackling chronic shortage of affordable homes in Badenoch and Strathspey

22 November 2021

Two in three businesses in strath state the problem has hampered staff recruitment


Concerns aired over 'ring of steel' tightening round Cairngorms National Park

Concerns aired over 'ring of steel' tightening round Cairngorms National Park

Concerns aired over 'ring of steel' tightening round Cairngorms National Park

19 November 2021

'We are moving from landscapes with wind farms to wind farm dominated landscapes'


A9 should be dualled as a 'matter of honour'

A9 should be dualled as a 'matter of honour'

A9 should be dualled as a 'matter of honour'

18 November 2021

Scottish Conservative backs call by SNP MSP for work to be carried out as promised


Strath's MP slams 'false claims' on social media as diversionary tactic over 'Tory corruption'

Strath's MP slams 'false claims' on social media as diversionary tactic over 'Tory corruption'

Strath's MP slams 'false claims' on social media as diversionary tactic over 'Tory corruption'

11 November 2021

Drew Hendry has labelled allegation he was drunk on flight to see troops in Gibraltar as 'deeply disappointing'


New rules introduced in bid to reduce fireworks' negative impact

New rules introduced in bid to reduce fireworks' negative impact

New rules introduced in bid to reduce fireworks' negative impact

28 October 2021

There are new rules to lessen the negative impact of fireworks.


Closure fears for historic Fort George garrison

Closure fears for historic Fort George garrison

Closure fears for historic Fort George garrison

18 October 2021

Fears are growing that the historic Fort George army base near Inverness could close sooner than planned as part of UK Government defence cuts.


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