Brewery is on the cards for Fiddler's

The Beach family, who own Fiddler's restaurant, plan to eventually expand into a brewery and distillery.

A POPULAR tourist restaurant looks set to eventually expand its premises into a brewery and distillery. The Fiddler's restaurant in Drumnadrochit recently lodged an application to Highland Council to give

Teenager plans to tell stories on tour

Published: Sun 26 Mar 2017

Freya Boa is hoping that her plans for a new history tour will be approved.

AN enterprising student is hoping to turn her passion into a successful business venture that will reveal more about her home city to visitors. Freya Boa (19), who is currently studying history and politics

New service targets lonely in Inverness

Published: Sun 26 Mar 2017

The Inverness Courier launched the Reach Out campaign to help combat loneliness.

VOLUNTEERS are being sought for a new service to tackle loneliness in Inverness after a survey found a high number of people in the city need extra help. The Community Connector service, which will provide

New trim track is a hit with pupils

Published: Sun 26 Mar 2017

Youngsters enjoying the new outdoor play equipment.

YOUNGSTERS in Beauly have celebrated the installation of outdoor play equipment following a five-year community fundraising effort. The new trim track adventure trail, at the village's primary school,

Monster awards given to Highland photographer

Published: Sun 26 Mar 2017

Margaret Soraya was recently crowned the Scottish Photographer of the year.

A HIGHLAND photographer has already made a terrific start to 2017 by picking up two prestigious awards. Margaret Soraya was given a commended prize in the Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year awards

City's depute provost fails to make SNP list


Published: Sat 25 Mar 2017

Councillor Jean Slater.

A SENIOR city councillor hopes to continue the "greatest privilege" of representing her community despite losing out in the SNP's selection process. Depute Inverness provost Jean Slater, who has served

Baby hip diagnosis 'needs to be better'

Published: Sat 25 Mar 2017

Inverness parents Carina and David Ross's daughter Amelia was diagnosed with hip dysplasia - a condition where the ball and socket joint of the hips do not properly form - at 22 months after they noticed she was limping.

LATE diagnoses of children with hip dysplasia is a national issue and needs to be improved, NHS Highland has acknowledged. The health authority's admission comes after parents in the Highlands claimed

TV charges at city hospital are proving a real turn-off

Published: Sat 25 Mar 2017

Jan Ryan with grandaughter Shelley Gill who has started a petition about the TV charges at Raigmore Hospital .

MORE than 700 people have signed a petition to scrap £10-a-day television charges in Raigmore Hospital. Shelley Gill of Kessock Road, Inverness launched the petition after a short stay in hospital for

Court date set to decide fate of Felbers

Published: Sat 25 Mar 2017

MP Drew Hendry (left) wit Ellen Felber and Russel Felber at the launch of the Courier's campaign to keep them in Inverness.

A COUPLE threatened with deportation to America will have their case heard at Scotland's highest court in May. Russell and Ellen Felber, who run an Inverness guest house, are pinning their hopes to remain

MP Hendry caught up in horror


Published: Fri 24 Mar 2017

Flag on castle at half mast following the Westminster Bridge attack.

INVERNESS MP Drew Hendry told yesterday how he was caught up in the horror of the Westminster terror attack and personally knew the policeman who he saw die on Wednesday afternoon. The SNP politician was

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