Councillor Allan Henderson (Caol and Mallaig), Interim Lochaber Committee Chair, said he was very pleased that these Town Centre funded projects have been agreed for Lochaber.
Commenting, Mr Stewart, who is also Shadow Public Health Spokesperson, said every drug-related death was an avoidable tragedy and the Highlands and Islands were not immune from this issue.
David Richardson, the FSB Development Manager for the Highlands and Islands told the Lochaber Times of his concerns in the wake of the latest coronavirus regulation changes.
The couple’s plans for 2021 include the addition of further pods and lodges, as well as the regeneration of the reception area, to include a bistro-style café and shop stocking essentials, with a projected spend of an additional £750,000 in order to facilitate these upgrades.
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Last year, he left his job with the Law Society of Scotland to stand, albeit unsuccessfully, as a candidate against Mr Blackford.
The Highland Council has been allocated £3,034,703 of Highland Coastal Communities Funding for the Highland regions – of which £462,032 is allocated for distribution within the Lochaber area while Skye and Rassay will get £505,492.
Anne Boyd-Mackay, General Manager for Belford Hospital, told the Lochaber Times of her delight that the vaccination programme had now started in the local area.