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Merkinch knitters raise £10k for charity

Merkinch knitters

A GROUP of women who knit for an Inverness charity shop have raised over £10,000 from the sale of their items which have gone global. The group, whose members are mainly pensioners, meet for a couple of

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Police investigating fall from city building

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Published: Tue 11 Dec 2018

Hootananny fall

A MAN remained in a serious condition in hospital yesterday after falling from a three-storey building in Inverness city centre. The incident, involving a 28-year-old, happened in the early hours of Sunday

Hotel sanctioned over noise nuisance

Published: Tue 11 Dec 2018

Loch Ness Country House Hotel

A PERFORMANCE by folk-rock group Torridon was the "final straw" for a wedding venue's fed-up neighbours and led to it losing its licence for outdoor events after 7pm.

Vigilance promised after oil plan axed

Published: Mon 10 Dec 2018

oil

PROTESTERS have vowed to remain vigilant to ensure controversial ship-to-ship oil transfer plans are "never resurrected" in the Cromarty Firth.

City schools close to full

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Published: Mon 10 Dec 2018

Jimmy Gray

New Highland Council figures show that many Inverness schools will soon join Charleston Academy in exceeding 100 per cent capacity.

Body found in search for missing teenager

Published: Mon 10 Dec 2018

Jade McGrath

THE family of a teenager who has been missing for more than a week ago have been told of the discovery of a body in Inverness. Police say a body was recovered from Lawers Way, which is in the Kinmylies

Charleston pupils' skills put to the test

Published: Sun 09 Dec 2018

DYW

A GROUP of pupils from Charleston Academy hosted a Christmas lunch for their families to celebrate the skills they have learned from a hospitality course.

Courier will continue to back Haven Appeal

Published: Sun 09 Dec 2018

Haven

THE Inverness Courier is to extend its support for an ambitious fundraising appeal to create a purpose-built facility in Inverness for children and young people with multiple and complex needs.

Free fir brings festive cheer to Culloden

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Published: Sun 09 Dec 2018

fir

A SPECIAL delivery has brought some festive cheer to an Inverness community in time for Christmas. Culloden was set to be tree-less this year due to budget constraints and a shortage of suitably-sized

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