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The Spirit of God upholds me to choose light instead of darkness

24 October 2021
The Spirit of God upholds me to choose light instead of darkness

The Spirit of God upholds me to choose light instead of darkness

24 October 2021

I was a little nervous about visiting the respected local pastor Samuel McKibben, retired but still active at the age of 86.


From The Archives: New vessel launches were popular with school pupils

24 October 2021
From The Archives: New vessel launches were popular with school pupils

From The Archives: New vessel launches were popular with school pupils

24 October 2021

Today we return to the writings of Margaret MacDougall with her potted history of Merkinch School.


WHILE I HAVE YOUR ATTENTION: Charles Bannerman says every effort to nurture and sustain Gaelic culture has to count

23 October 2021
WHILE I HAVE YOUR ATTENTION: Charles Bannerman says every effort to nurture and sustain Gaelic culture has to count

WHILE I HAVE YOUR ATTENTION: Charles Bannerman says every effort to nurture and sustain Gaelic culture has to count

23 October 2021

No image says “Inverness” more loudly than our castle, so the entire property must be deployed to the maximum benefit of both city and citizens.


WHILE I HAVE YOUR ATTENTION: Charles Bannerman maintains every effort to sustain and nurture Gaelic has to count

23 October 2021
WHILE I HAVE YOUR ATTENTION: Charles Bannerman maintains every effort to sustain and nurture Gaelic has to count

WHILE I HAVE YOUR ATTENTION: Charles Bannerman maintains every effort to sustain and nurture Gaelic has to count

23 October 2021

No image says "Inverness" more loudly than our castle, so the entire property must be deployed to the maximum benefit of both city and citizens.


Charlie Christie – Struggling Aberdeen are tackling challenging times

23 October 2021
Charlie Christie – Struggling Aberdeen are tackling challenging times

Charlie Christie – Struggling Aberdeen are tackling challenging times

23 October 2021

Dons need to turn things around quickly after 10 games without a win.


DOWN MEMORY LANE: How Bridge Street's 'concrete carbuncle' may mask hidden treasures

21 October 2021
DOWN MEMORY LANE: How Bridge Street's 'concrete carbuncle' may mask hidden treasures

DOWN MEMORY LANE: How Bridge Street's 'concrete carbuncle' may mask hidden treasures

21 October 2021

Remains of the medieval defensive outer ring of what was called Royal Castlehill lie below the ‘concrete carbuncle’ south side of Bridge Street.


Down Memory Lane: New version of Bridge Street will be much-anticipated

21 October 2021
Down Memory Lane: New version of Bridge Street will be much-anticipated

Down Memory Lane: New version of Bridge Street will be much-anticipated

21 October 2021

Bill McAllister on the past – and possible future – of one of the least-loved parts of the Inverness city centre


Opinion: We must avoid a scenario where businesses are forced to introduce ever higher prices

20 October 2021
Opinion: We must avoid a scenario where businesses are forced to introduce ever higher prices

Opinion: We must avoid a scenario where businesses are forced to introduce ever higher prices

20 October 2021

Business Focus: Rising costs concern FSB's north development manager


SPONSORED CONTENT: How a transformational coach can make a difference to your life

19 October 2021
SPONSORED CONTENT: How a transformational coach can make a difference to your life

SPONSORED CONTENT: How a transformational coach can make a difference to your life

19 October 2021

Clare Humphreys explains how a transformational coach can help you achieve your goals.


Keeping your dog stepping on to the end of the road

18 October 2021
Keeping your dog stepping on to the end of the road

Keeping your dog stepping on to the end of the road

18 October 2021

Pumpkin was a two-year-old Pomeranian dog brought in as over the past year it had been noted she was occasionally lame on one or both hind legs.


TV show’s recipe for success helps quench thirst for home comforts

17 October 2021
TV show’s recipe for success helps quench thirst for home comforts

TV show’s recipe for success helps quench thirst for home comforts

17 October 2021

I need a taste of home on a weekly basis. And it comes in many different forms.


Main symptoms of norovirus

17 October 2021
Main symptoms of norovirus

Main symptoms of norovirus

17 October 2021

Dr Laura Ryan explains about the illness, that is also called the winter vomiting bug.


Christian Viewpoint: We are not alone as we address major environmental challenges

17 October 2021
Christian Viewpoint: We are not alone as we address major environmental challenges

Christian Viewpoint: We are not alone as we address major environmental challenges

17 October 2021

With the COP26 climate summit due to start at the end of this month, John Dempster reflects on the challenges in a warming world:


New building and recruitment means this is exciting time

17 October 2021
New building and recruitment means this is exciting time

New building and recruitment means this is exciting time

17 October 2021

I have been working with the National Treatment Centre Programme for the past 18 months as workforce development lead.


Picture detective: Do you recognise anyone in these photos or remember either of the events?

16 October 2021
Picture detective: Do you recognise anyone in these photos or remember either of the events?

Picture detective: Do you recognise anyone in these photos or remember either of the events?

16 October 2021

re you in our latest mystery photos, or do you know anyone who is? Do you remember either of the events?


Our Man in Holyrood: Upskill our children for the challenges of the future and teach them to touch type, says Inverness and Nairn MSP

14 October 2021
Our Man in Holyrood: Upskill our children for the challenges of the future and teach them to touch type, says Inverness and Nairn MSP

Our Man in Holyrood: Upskill our children for the challenges of the future and teach them to touch type, says Inverness and Nairn MSP

14 October 2021

It was in 1873 that Remington used the QWERTY keyboard – the first six letters on the left of the top letters row on their typewriters.


Venerable institution that is a key part of Highland story

14 October 2021
Venerable institution that is a key part of Highland story

Venerable institution that is a key part of Highland story

14 October 2021

Inverness Museum, where you can learn about our heritage from Picts to Prince Charlie, is becoming a venerable item and has been open for 140 years.


Opinion: Positive signs as we start to get back to normal – though Brexit plans could be better!

13 October 2021
Opinion: Positive signs as we start to get back to normal – though Brexit plans could be better!

Opinion: Positive signs as we start to get back to normal – though Brexit plans could be better!

13 October 2021

Great to see confidence returning to the city centre, says Inverness BID manager


SPONSORED CONTENT: Homebuyers are getting a lift onto the property ladder thanks to LIFT

13 October 2021
SPONSORED CONTENT: Homebuyers are getting a lift onto the property ladder thanks to LIFT

SPONSORED CONTENT: Homebuyers are getting a lift onto the property ladder thanks to LIFT

13 October 2021

The scheme helps first-time buyers and other priority groups get onto the property ladder by contributing up to 40% towards the price of a home.


Inside Holyrood: The work of a woman honoured as a "Local Hero" in the Scottish Parliament is highlighted by a Highlands and Islands MSP

12 October 2021
Inside Holyrood: The work of a woman honoured as a "Local Hero" in the Scottish Parliament is highlighted by a Highlands and Islands MSP

Inside Holyrood: The work of a woman honoured as a "Local Hero" in the Scottish Parliament is highlighted by a Highlands and Islands MSP

12 October 2021

This month has been a busy one and it has been a great mix of both constituency and parliamentary work.


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