Councillor blasts GP 'shambles'
MEDICAL cover in Cromarty is going from bad to worse, according to a local councillor furious about a block on urgent appointments available at the GP surgery.
Black Isle ward member Craig Fraser says that patients of the Cromarty Medical Practice will have to travel miles to ...
Kids' big chance at Black Isle Show
YOUNGSTERS are being encouraged to get involved in the north’s biggest farming event by taking part in its famous open flower show.
There are six ways they can get involved in the contest at the Black Isle Show, which this year takes place on August 2 and 3.
Transplant hope mum welcomes donation 'opt-out' proposal
A BLACK Isle mother struck down by kidney disease has welcomed the prospect of new legislation which could improve her chances of getting a transplant.
Mairi Macleod’s busy life came to a standstill when she was diagnosed four years ago, and now has to spend up to 10 hou...
Black Isle school helps bridge generation gap
A BLACK Isle school is the first in Ross-shire to be recognised as being dementia-friendly after its students developed bonds with older people in the community.
Fortrose Academy was celebrated for its involvement with Alzheimer Scotland’s Dementia Friendly Communities p...
Work begins on latest bridge revamp
OVERNIGHT improvements worth £300,000 have started on the A9 at the Cromarty Bridge.
The four-week project involves resurfacing almost the full length of the bridge with a coating designed to make the road smoother for motorists and more resilient to harsh conditions.
Black Isle councillors are SNP, LibDem and Independent
A CHARLESTON man has been voted in as a new councillor for the Black Isle ward of the Highland Council.
Gordon Adam’s fellow ward members will be the SNP’s Craig Fraser and Independent Jennifer Barclay, both sitting councillors.
Former councillors Isobel McCallu...
Probe into Black Isle raptor deaths at an end
A police investigation into the deaths of 12 red kites and four buzzards in the Black Isle in 2014 is now no longer active.
Police Scotland said this was because of a three-year time bar on the offences that were committed in the Conon Bridge area.
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Fightback after brain injury leads to medal
AN AVOCH teenager has become the first Highland scout to receive an exclusive medal in recognition of his courage in piecing his life back together after suffering a catastrophic brain haemorrhage.
Diarmuid Martin fwas struck by the devastating intracranial bleed in the middle...
'Best places to live' list features Cromarty
CROMARTY is one of two Ross-shire communities included in a list of the best places to live in Britain.
Cromarty and Gairloch both feature in the top spots in Scotland, according to a list published by The Sunday Times.
The Sunday broadsheet took account of a wide range of ...
Businesswoman in line for award
A BLACK Isle businesswoman who helped Belladrum forge a festival first with its own tartan is now in the running for a special award.
Culbokie-based Prickly Thistle, led by locally-based entrepreneur Clare Campbell, is a finalist for this year’s AccelerateHER Awards.