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Under a new policing operation known as 'Operation Close Pass', police officers will be deployed in unmarked bikes with a camera on their handlebars and on the back of their bike to ensure motorists provide sufficient space to cyclists on the roads.
The development of a new £9 million life sciences centre located on the Inverness UHI campus is yet another boost to the life sciences sector in the Highlands and Islands, and signals the significant potential for the area to become a hub for the development of life sciences.
Legislation which came into force this year enables most tenants with a secure agricultural tenancy to offer to relinquish their tenancy to their landlord for value. If the landlord does not wish to "buy" the tenancy, the legislation allows the tenant to advertise the tenancy on the open market and to assign it, for value, to a "new entrant" or "progressing farmer".
What is hydrogen and what makes it 'green'? What role can it play in decarbonisation and what does that mean for the renewable energy industry?