Signs solution to street parking

New signs go up in Huntly Street

Traffic cones and lamp-post signs have helped to cut the number of motorists blocking paths on the newly opened River Ness flood scheme in the city's Huntly Street.

Work under way on new inpatient unit


Published: Sat 04 Jul 2015

Works starts on city's new hospice

A multi-million-pound project to develop a new state-of-the-art inpatient unit for Highland Hospice has reached a significant milestone after construction work got under way.

Highland Sunday train services cut


Published: Fri 03 Jul 2015

Rail passengers should check the revised timetable for Sunday travel.

Buses will replace some train services operating out of Inverness on Sundays due to a shortage of available train drivers. ScotRail has cancelled a third of its normal Sunday services for the foreseeable future after pay talks with the train drivers' union Aslef failed to produce an agreement.

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Evans braced for the long haul in bid for Games medal

Published: Sun 05 Jul 2015

George Evans was named in the Youth Team Scotland squad on Tuesday. Picture: Jeff Holmes.

THROWS expert George Evans hopes a mammoth three-day journey to Samoa does not hinder his chances of a medal in the Youth Commonwealth Games in September. The shot putt and discus thrower was selected

Chancellor looks to cash in on club champion's absence

Published: Sat 04 Jul 2015

Laurie Chancellor is among Gordon Scott's favourites to win the Four Day Open.

LAURIE Chancellor has emerged as one of the favourites for the Inverness Four Day Open after the hosts' club champion did not enter. David Joel, who beat Inverness Golf Club greenkeeper Brian Fraser for

Astra Giurgiu: The team that makes it hard to love them

Published: Fri 03 Jul 2015

Astra Giurgiu are embarking on their third consecutive Europa League campaign.

Caley Thistle will be heading into the unknown when Astra Giurgiu visit the Highland Capital in less than two weeks. Romanian football journalist Emanuel Rosu gives the lowdown on a side that struggle

MacKintosh sets sights on Scotland recall

Published: Fri 03 Jul 2015

Glenurquhart goalkeeper Stuart MacKintosh saves the first of two penalties against Fort William. Picture by Neil G Paterson.

GLENURQUHART goalkeeper Stuart MacKintosh went back to school this week after he received an invitation from his alma mater, Glen Urquhart High School, to be guest of honour at the annual prize giving

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