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Chance to shine in Gaelic cinema

11 October 2021
Chance to shine in Gaelic cinema

Chance to shine in Gaelic cinema

11 October 2021

Scotland’s prestigious Gaelic short film competition, FilmG, is looking for entries to this year’s event.


BREAKING: Extinction Rebellion Scotland block Invergordon oil rig maintenance facility with prop oil rig

06 October 2021
BREAKING: Extinction Rebellion Scotland block Invergordon oil rig maintenance facility with prop oil rig

BREAKING: Extinction Rebellion Scotland block Invergordon oil rig maintenance facility with prop oil rig

06 October 2021

Activists from Extinction Rebellion Scotland are blockading the main entrance to the port at Invergordon.


New fund for young musicians

25 September 2021
New fund for young musicians

New fund for young musicians

25 September 2021

A new fund to support those looking to start a career in music has been created in memory of a pioneering industry giant.


Man charged in connection with death of raptor in Inverness-shire

22 September 2021
Man charged in connection with death of raptor in Inverness-shire

Man charged in connection with death of raptor in Inverness-shire

22 September 2021

A 22-year-old man has been arrested and charged in connection with the death of a sparrowhawk.


Eden Court festival to tie in with COP26 climate change conference

21 September 2021
Eden Court festival to tie in with COP26 climate change conference

Eden Court festival to tie in with COP26 climate change conference

21 September 2021

Public performances, film screenings and a chance for members of the public to get directly involved are set to mark out a timely new city festival.


Nairn teenager remembered

29 August 2021
Nairn teenager remembered

Nairn teenager remembered

29 August 2021

A charity football match has been held in memory of Nairn teenager Reece Spark.


Many remain opposed to controversial Spaces for People measures ahead of key meeting

25 August 2021
Many remain opposed to controversial Spaces for People measures ahead of key meeting

Many remain opposed to controversial Spaces for People measures ahead of key meeting

25 August 2021

Councillors are to be asked to approve the retention of Spaces for People measures tomorrow – and readers have told us what they think.


Texas announce live return to Inverness

23 August 2021
Texas announce live return to Inverness

Texas announce live return to Inverness

23 August 2021

Texas will be in Inverness on Sunday, July 3 next year 2022, performing in Bught Park in the Big Top.


Monks at former Fort Augustus School 'repeatedly' abused children

12 August 2021
Monks at former Fort Augustus School 'repeatedly' abused children

Monks at former Fort Augustus School 'repeatedly' abused children

12 August 2021

Inquiry chairwoman Lady Smith found children suffered sexual and emotional abuse and noted some monks were "serial sexual predators".


Rosemarkie Beach Cafe closed for the week

03 August 2021
Rosemarkie Beach Cafe closed for the week

Rosemarkie Beach Cafe closed for the week

03 August 2021

The beachfront café says it has had to close for staffing reasons.


Lib Dem urges ‘big ideas’

31 July 2021
Lib Dem urges ‘big ideas’

Lib Dem urges ‘big ideas’

31 July 2021

The Lib Dem candidate in the Inverness West by-election has described the city as being at a “crucial moment” in the recovery from the pandemic.


Candidate promises to fight for better city infrastructure

31 July 2021
Candidate promises to fight for better city infrastructure

Candidate promises to fight for better city infrastructure

31 July 2021

Iain Forsyth is the Independence for Scotland party candidate.


MSP hails free bus travel for young people as 'transformational'

28 July 2021
MSP hails free bus travel for young people as 'transformational'

MSP hails free bus travel for young people as 'transformational'

28 July 2021

Free bus travel for young people will be "transformational" for those in the Highlands, a local MSP believes.


Cattle help keep history alive

24 July 2021
Cattle help keep history alive

Cattle help keep history alive

24 July 2021

The National Trust for Scotland (NTS) has hired a noisy new conservation team.


Healing power of Cairngorm Mountains depicted in art exhibition

24 July 2021
Healing power of Cairngorm Mountains depicted in art exhibition

Healing power of Cairngorm Mountains depicted in art exhibition

24 July 2021

Work by a Cairngorms-based artist is the latest to go on show at a gallery in Beauly.


‘Fare deal’ by coach company

23 July 2021
‘Fare deal’ by coach company

‘Fare deal’ by coach company

23 July 2021

D&E Coaches has presented 500 family tickets to Archie Highland.


Boost for regional food strategists

22 July 2021
Boost for regional food strategists

Boost for regional food strategists

22 July 2021

A newly formed regional food group has secured funding to champion sustainable local produce.


SNP choose Inverness West by-election candidate

22 July 2021
SNP choose Inverness West by-election candidate

SNP choose Inverness West by-election candidate

22 July 2021

THE SNP has selected Kate MacLean as its candidate in the Inverness West council by-election to be held in August.


Deadlines for taking part in by-election drawing near

21 July 2021
Deadlines for taking part in by-election drawing near

Deadlines for taking part in by-election drawing near

21 July 2021

There is less than a week left for people to register to vote or apply for a postal vote for the upcoming council election.


£1m hospice boost

20 July 2021
£1m hospice boost

£1m hospice boost

20 July 2021

Highland Hospice is to receive a share of £1 million courtesy of Baillie Gifford – global specialists in asset management and investment trusts.


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