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Drugs Recovered in Dingwall

The drugs recovered in Dingwall are worth more than £15,000.

Jan 19, 2018 | Read More ›

MacKinnon Memorial Hospital Reopens and Visiting Suspension Lifted at Raigmore

The MacKinnon Memorial Hospital in Broadford, Skye has reopened to new admissions today, the hospital closed earlier in the week (15 January) due to a number of patients being confirmed with flu.

Jan 18, 2018 | Read More ›

John Finnie MSP Elected Convenor of The Justice Sub-Committee on Policing

Following a change in membership to the Justice Sub-Committee on Policing, John Finnie MSP has now been elected Convener, replacing Mary Fee MSP.

Jan 18, 2018 | Read More ›

Yellow Warning of Ice for Highlands & Eilean Siar

From The Met Office.

Jan 18, 2018 | Read More ›

Club Plans to Attract More Kids From Across The Region

A FOOTBALL group for children and young people is hoping to expand its membership and attract more players from further afield as it goes into its 25th year.

Jan 18, 2018 | Read More ›

Labour Sit on The Sidelines as Tories Push Through Vote Against Single Market

The SNP has criticised Labour for sitting on the sidelines and allowing the Tory government to railroad ahead with their plans to drag Scotland and the UK out of the Single Market and Customs Union - threatening…

Jan 17, 2018 | Read More ›

Greens Leading The Change at Holyrood

Following tonight’s vote at Holyrood, in which SNP MSPs voted to accept Green changes to the Scottish Budget on public services, workers’ pay and low-carbon infrastructure, Green MSP Patrick Harvie (pictured)…

Jan 17, 2018 | Read More ›

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Columnists

In a Parallel Universe

Am I the only one thinking that we are all in an episode or two of The Twilight Zone?

Everybody Has an Opinion

And you know what, they are entitled to their opinion.

Come on Scotland.

Time to be brave.

A Walk in The Hills

Amazing that Welsh air?

It’s Been a While!

49 years old and unexpectedly single.

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