Growth in food bank cases

Figures show an increase in people who are desperate for help.

A HUNDRED extra Highland families received food bank emergency assistance last year, according to new figures.


Film sheds new light on gender issues

Published: Sat 29 Apr 2017

The film's central character, Sidney.

A BLACK Isle film-maker's documentary showing what it was like to grow up as an intersex or transgender person in Nairobi has been handpicked for a special screening at Eden Court Theatre.

Arts hub venture launches £500k fundraising bid

Published: Fri 28 Apr 2017

Inverness businessman David Sutherland discusses the project with Audrey Carlin, of Wasps Studios, at the Midmills site.

AN ambitious fundraising campaign is being launched in support of a £4.5 million project to transform a redundant landmarkiconic Inverness building into a creative arts hub.

Let's show it's cool to be kind

Published: Fri 28 Apr 2017

We want to hear about random acts of kindness that have come your way.

THE Inverness Courier is urging people to think about others and be more kind. Today we launch our #KindNess campaign and want you to get involved.

Derby is the chance to keep hope alive

Published: Fri 28 Apr 2017

Caley Thistle's Iain Vigurs and St Johnstone's Liam Craig go head-to-head at McDiarmid Park at a match in December.

WHEN near neighbours Caley Thistle and Ross County meet it is always a big occasion for both sets of fans. But none could be bigger than tonight's clash in Dingwall under the full glare of the TV cameras

Strictly Inverness dancer leaps to success

Published: Fri 28 Apr 2017

ee MacDonald (front) held a horse-themed charity event to raise money for Strictly. Lesley Sinclair from Seaforth Saddlers, who donated the rosette for most improved rider, is also pictured.

ONE Strictly Inverness contestant's hot to trot fundraising event raised hundreds of pounds for two local charities. Lee Macdonald (48) recently held her Strictly showjumping event at the Cairn O'Mhor

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