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Stagecoach tycoon Ann Gloag appears on speeding charge

Ann Gloag fined for speeding on the A9

Business tycoon and founder of the Stagecoach bus company Ann Gloag has been convicted of speeding on the A9. Gloag (72) owner Beaufort Castle near Beauly, who lives at Kinfauns Castle, Perthshire, admitted driving her Range Rover at 90mph in a 60mph stretch.

Council Tax rise looks a non-starter

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Published: Fri 28 Nov 2014

David Alston

A CALLon Highland Council's administration group to increase council tax by five per cent to protect services like winter gritting from budget cuts looks set to be turned down. David Alston, leader of

Black Friday arrives in Inverness

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Published: Fri 28 Nov 2014

Tesco

Black Friday has arrived in Inverness, after hundreds of shoppers descended on Inshes Retail Park to snap up bargains. Retail giant Tesco reported 500 eager customers through the doors in just 12 hours,

Missing teenager found

Published: Wed 26 Nov 2014

Police refused to disclose any more details about the altercation

Missing teenager Cheyanne Wilson has been traced safe and well in the Inverness area, police have confirmed. The 17-year-old was reported missing last night.

Inverness teenager reported missing

Published: Wed 26 Nov 2014

Cheyanne Wilson

Police are anxious to trace an Inverness teenager who has been reported missing. Cheyanne Wilson (17) was last seen about 11pm last night. She is believed to be in the Inverness area.

Council tax rise proposals "scandalous"

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Published: Tue 25 Nov 2014

Licensing board convener Maxine Smith.

Highland Council's budget leader, Councillor Maxine Smith, has described proposals by the opposition group to raise council tax as "scandalous".

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