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Hughes cautious on Staggies’ future

26 March 2021
Hughes cautious on Staggies’ future

Hughes cautious on Staggies’ future

26 March 2021

John Hughes says no talks have taken place over his future at Ross County, but he has hinted that he would like to stay at the club past the summer.


McCann eyes Arbroath not Highland foes

26 March 2021
McCann eyes Arbroath not Highland foes

McCann eyes Arbroath not Highland foes

26 March 2021

ICT set up a Scottish Cup trip to Ross County by beating Buckie midweek, but they must remain focused on Arbroath's visit to the Highland capital.


PICTURES: Night of joy for Brora Rangers as late, much-loved tea lady inspires historic success in the Scottish Cup

24 March 2021
PICTURES: Night of joy for Brora Rangers as late, much-loved tea lady inspires historic success in the Scottish Cup

PICTURES: Night of joy for Brora Rangers as late, much-loved tea lady inspires historic success in the Scottish Cup

24 March 2021

Emotional Steven Mackay dedicated Brora Rangers’ incredible Scottish Cup scalping of Hearts to a much-loved club servant who passed away last month.


Pride is key to Scottish Cup progress

23 March 2021
Pride is key to Scottish Cup progress

Pride is key to Scottish Cup progress

23 March 2021

Professional pride should be one of Caley Thistle's driving factors against Buckie Thistle in the Scottish Cup, according to coach Barry Wilson.


Primary earns digital award

21 March 2021
Primary earns digital award

Primary earns digital award

21 March 2021

AN Inverness primary school has become the latest locally to earn a top national award for the use of digital technology in learning.


Cash boost for exotic pet charity in Nairn

20 March 2021
Cash boost for exotic pet charity in Nairn

Cash boost for exotic pet charity in Nairn

20 March 2021

A Nairn charity that dedicates itself to rescued reptiles and other exotic creatures has landed a £2000 windfall from another UK animal fundraiser.


Top Euro award for Inverness Airport

15 March 2021
Top Euro award for Inverness Airport

Top Euro award for Inverness Airport

15 March 2021

Inverness Airport has landed a European aviation industry award for departure service.


Parents’ anguish as son’s killer freed early

12 March 2021
Parents’ anguish as son’s killer freed early

Parents’ anguish as son’s killer freed early

12 March 2021

A grieving mother has described her family’s anguish after the reckless driver who killed her son was released from prison early.


Adventure tale is finally told – 43 years on

12 March 2021
Adventure tale is finally told – 43 years on

Adventure tale is finally told – 43 years on

12 March 2021

For Hayden Jeffrey, it represents a lifetime’s dream bound up in book form. It is also a dying wish fulfilled for the terminally-ill Fortrose writer.


Highland residents urged to snap up free solar panels offer

11 March 2021
Highland residents urged to snap up free solar panels offer

Highland residents urged to snap up free solar panels offer

11 March 2021

Highland homeowners wishing to reduce energy bills could be able to tap into 100 per cent funding for solar panels and battery storage.


Youngsters fundraiser powers up valuable new website for those dealing with autism and other neurodevelopmental conditions

11 March 2021
Youngsters fundraiser powers up valuable new website for those dealing with autism and other neurodevelopmental conditions

Youngsters fundraiser powers up valuable new website for those dealing with autism and other neurodevelopmental conditions

11 March 2021

An incredible fundraising effort by a young autistic lad has helped create a new resource for carers of people with neurodevelopmental conditions.


Allardice: Caley Thistle have been embarrassing and should forget promotion

11 March 2021
Allardice: Caley Thistle have been embarrassing and should forget promotion

Allardice: Caley Thistle have been embarrassing and should forget promotion

11 March 2021

He says they need to aim staying in the Championship.


Police probe University of the Highlands and Islands cyber attack

09 March 2021
Police probe University of the Highlands and Islands cyber attack

Police probe University of the Highlands and Islands cyber attack

09 March 2021

It is still not known if a massive cyber attack on the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) compromised sensitive staff and student data.


Almost one million meals worth of food delivered throughout Highlands during pandemic through Highland Council and community initiative

09 March 2021
Almost one million meals worth of food delivered throughout Highlands during pandemic through Highland Council and community initiative

Almost one million meals worth of food delivered throughout Highlands during pandemic through Highland Council and community initiative

09 March 2021

Almost a million meals have been delivered to Highland households in need during the pandemic through a collaborative, multi-agency effort.


HN ACTION: British Gas "sorry" for hounding Inverness pensioner with threats of legal action over bill he had already paid

07 March 2021
HN ACTION: British Gas "sorry" for hounding Inverness pensioner with threats of legal action over bill he had already paid

HN ACTION: British Gas "sorry" for hounding Inverness pensioner with threats of legal action over bill he had already paid

07 March 2021

A pensioner who was threatened with court action by British Gas over a bill he paid months ago has finally won a full apology.


'It's all Greek to me': Welsh Post Office poster mailed to Highlands bemuses customers

07 March 2021
'It's all Greek to me': Welsh Post Office poster mailed to Highlands bemuses customers

'It's all Greek to me': Welsh Post Office poster mailed to Highlands bemuses customers

07 March 2021

It would all be Greek to your average Post Office customer in Inverness.


International Women's Day event goes online at University of the Highlands and Islands

06 March 2021
International Women's Day event goes online at University of the Highlands and Islands

International Women's Day event goes online at University of the Highlands and Islands

06 March 2021

International Women’s Day will be celebrated online by more than 70 students and employees from the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI).


Mother's Day food market is off the menu at Loch Ness-side hotel

04 March 2021
Mother's Day food market is off the menu at Loch Ness-side hotel

Mother's Day food market is off the menu at Loch Ness-side hotel

04 March 2021

A Loch Ness-side hotel has been forced to abandon plans to showcase local producers at a community food market on Mother's Day.


POLL RESULT: readers decide on 'jab' or 'jag' after prickly debate provoked by the new NHS Highland 'Jabbernaut'

04 March 2021
POLL RESULT: readers decide on 'jab' or 'jag' after prickly debate provoked by the new NHS Highland 'Jabbernaut'

POLL RESULT: readers decide on 'jab' or 'jag' after prickly debate provoked by the new NHS Highland 'Jabbernaut'

04 March 2021

It provoked heated debate across social media: should the slang word ‘jag’ or ‘jab’ be used for injection?


Vintage car rally planned for summer falls to pandemic

04 March 2021
Vintage car rally planned for summer falls to pandemic

Vintage car rally planned for summer falls to pandemic

04 March 2021

A classic and vintage car tour around Loch Ness that raises thousands of pounds for charity has been cancelled for a second year running.


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