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Greens Call for Fair Work to be Put at Heart of Tourism Restart

Scottish Greens Tourism Spokesperson and Highlands Islands MSP John Finnie (pictured) has this afternoon called for the Scottish Government to ensure that trade unions...

Local MP Lends Support to Local B&B Owners Missing Out on Grant Support

Local MP, Drew Hendry (pictured) has written to the Scottish Government Ministers to seek support for small bed and breakfast owners currently missing out...

Highland Business Leaders Step Up Plea to First Minister

Pictured: David Whiteford OBE, Chair of the North Highland Initiative, and Tanja Lister from The Kylesku Hotel. Some of the biggest names in tourism and...

A Window on The Highlands

Hundreds of views from attractions and homes across Scotland – including those from the Highlands - have been shared online as part of VisitScotland’s...

Highlands Not Yet Back Open for Visitors Says Finnie

Green MSP for the Highlands and Islands has welcomed the First Minister’s announcement of a roadmap out of lockdown, but warned that for now...

Lochaber Community Pulling Together to Give Nevis Range a Lift After lockdown!

As for most businesses in the UK in lockdown, Nevis Range, Scotland’s leading Snowsports, mountain biking and outdoor activities destination, near Fort William, is...

Inverness Botanics Will Help High Life Highland Bloom Again

Inverness Botanic Gardens and Nursery (IBGN) located in the heart of Bught Park is one of the many High Life Highland facilities closed to...

Highland Tourism Sector Demands Action From First Minister

Pictured: David Whiteford OBE (Chair of the North Highland Initiative) and Tanja Lister from The Kylesku Hotel in Sutherland, who are leading the group...

Scotland’s Railway Supporting Essential Travel

Key workers making essential travel on Scotland’s Railway have been kept moving thanks to unprecedented punctuality across the country. With a revised timetable in place...

Quiet Easter for CalMac Shows Public Sticking to Guidelines

The ‘stay at home’ message would appear to be working if trips to Scotland’s west coast islands are a reflection of wider travel patterns. Ferry...

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