Unfortunately there are still shortages of the essential PPE (personal protection equipment) for front line workers across the Highlands and Islands.
Across the Highlands and Islands, Marie Curie Nurses made over 7,600 visits to care for terminally ill people in their own homes last year.
“I think I echo the sentiments of all music lovers in the Highlands and Islands when I say I don’t care where The Ironworks moves to. As long as it’s here and it’s happening.”
‘Home care services for the dying in Scotland are patchy at best’ : David Stewart, MSP, Labour
Local MSP David Stewart, Labour will be leading his debate in the Scottish Parliament today, Wednesday, on the ‘Right to Die at Home.’
“We will be making the case for facilities to be made available within the Highlands and Islands.”
Local MSP, David Stewart, Labour, “having the right to die at home is a ‘basic human right’”.
“only a quarter of Scotland’s schools have sprinklers installed to slow down fires.”
A hotel developer’s plan to build on the site has sparked a search for new premises.
“I share Aberlour’s commitment to making sure that a bad start doesn’t define the rest of someone’s life in 21st century Scotland.”