Dancer is all smiles after major Canada win

Lily Kelman

A HIGHLAND dancing champion has scooped one of her highest accolades yet after triumphing in an international dance competition. Lily Kelman (11) is a member of the Fraser School of Highland Dance and

Fund plea after death of Inverness organist

Published: Sun 22 Jul 2018

Lily Datony

An Inverness musician has died in Bulgaria where she went with her husband in the hope that the sunshine and good local food would ease her terminal cancer. Lily Datony, was an accomplished organist and

Sales pitch provokes Culloden campaigner


Published: Sun 22 Jul 2018


An artist's impression of how houses in the new development could look. IT was salt in the wounds for a leading objector to homes being built near the sacred Culloden battlefield site - receiving a glossy

Sweet success leads to relocation plan

Published: Sat 21 Jul 2018

A BUSINESS that began life on a couple's kitchen table in Nairn has grown so much that Tipsy Unicorn creators Melissa Sutherland and husband Tibor Bandula are having to move to meet demand for their alcohol

New cinema proposed for the Black Isle

Published: Sat 21 Jul 2018

Cromarty Cinema internal

A THRIVING film society on the Black Isle looks set to take its next big step after plans were submitted for a permanent cinema to cater for growing demand. The brand new cinema, which would be located

New £40k artwork unveiled for Ness Islands


Published: Sat 21 Jul 2018

Ness Islands

A £40,000 artwork which would enable children to paddle in and enjoy the water at the Ness Islands is the latest offering from the Inverness River Connections project. If approved by councillors, it will

MSP calls for NHS chairman to quit

Published: Fri 20 Jul 2018

NHS Highland chairman David Alston says a sense of urgency is needed.

AN MSP wants the NHS Highland chairman to stand down over a hard-hitting review of the health board's operations. The report will be ringing in the ears of the 21 board members suffering another budget

Timing of key bridge closure branded 'baffling'


Published: Thu 19 Jul 2018

Ness suspension bridge

"BAFFLED" councillors have hit out at plans to shut a key access to a popular Inverness beauty spot for up to six weeks at the height of the tourist season. The suspension bridge linking Bught Road with

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