The Heights Hub has been set up to help us help ourselves in this challenging time. We are a group of neighbours from across the Dingwall & Strathpeffer Heights looking out for each other, available to help – with information, advice or practical assistance – as required. Our...
The Highland Council has launched a free helpline to give assistance and to collect details of individuals and community groups looking to provide volunteering support during Covid19. The number will be live from 2pm today (Wednesday 25 March) The single line number – 0300 303 1362 – will...
So far there seem to have been no coronavirus infections in the Highlands. I don’t know how long that will last, but do follow this advice from NHS Scotland and try to keep infection free.
Why not come down to the old Victorian Railway Station in Strathpeffer and take a look at Paddington bear. He’s just undergone a spring makeover for the new season thanks to Mandie. She carefully took him apart and rebuilt him – we do have the technology! The Museum...
The north-west of Skye had the second-highest concentration, at 25 listings per 100 properties, including a seafront bothy (£50 a night), a modern cottage clad in corrugated tin (£190) and an isolated cottage with ocean and mountain views (£160).
The sale of the most polluting fuels burned in household stoves and open fires will be phased out from next year to clean up the air, the government has said.
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Make it your New Year’s resolution to get fit in 2020
Ever wondered what our our local council is doing for us and how it compares?
It’s that time of year again