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Black Isle community fridge to help cut food waste

Published: Sun 20 Aug 2017

Emma Whitham

AN innovative project to help reduce food waste and tackle food poverty is being planned in Muir of Ord. The village is set to host one of Scotland's first community fridges - provided it can find a suitable

Wi-fi roll-out is to begin by the autumn

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Published: Sun 20 Aug 2017

Highland Council's HQ at Glenurquhart Road, Inverness

FREE wi-fi in tourist hot spots in the Great Glen and on the Moray Firth coast will be in place early next year after being signed off by councillors. The initiative was widely welcomed when it was approved

Parking woes may be in the past for Raigmore Hospital

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Published: Sun 20 Aug 2017

Raigmore

PLANNING permission has been granted to try and cure Raigmore Hospital's parking problems. The changes will create three overspill car parks with 400 parking spaces between them, 250 of which will be new.

'A fantastic way to say thank you to our local stars'

Published: Sat 19 Aug 2017

Highland Heroes

A LOCAL industry-led careers group says it is proud to be celebrating the north's outstanding young people through its support for the first Highland Heroes Awards. The newly launched awards will recognise

Wok project to sow seed of eco-friendly lifestyles

Published: Sat 19 Aug 2017

Chinese garden project

CHINESE culinary know-how has been used to highlight eco awareness at an Inverness event. Guests including Inverness Deputy Provost Bet McAllister had an early taste of the Seed to Wok community project

Police investigate Cromarty Firth drone landing

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Published: Sat 19 Aug 2017

drone

POLICE are carrying out inquiries after an amateur photographer landed his £300 drone on the Royal Navy's £3 billion flagship aircraft carrier. The Inverness Courier exclusively revealed how the local

City's dirtiest streets to undergo a facelift

Published: Sat 19 Aug 2017

Baron Taylor's Street

PEOPLE power has helped persuade Highland Council to clean up some of Inverness city centre's most notorious quarters. Baron Taylor's Street, Lombard Street and Drummond Street are all set to get a deep

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