Mike Ashley’s Frasers Group has bought the gym and fitness chain DW Sports in a deal that could be worth up to £44 million.
Nominations are being sought for the High Street Heroes Awards to recognise the remarkable efforts of those who have supported their communities.
When Farmfoods moved out of Inverness city centre the building’s owner approached Highland Council to see if it could help with its redevelopment.
Inverness city centre is undergoing a major facelift with a number of projects under way aimed at revitalising the area and increasing investment.
The Raining’s Stairs development in Inverness city centre has been nominated in the housing crisis solution category of the British Home Awards.
Redevelopment of a long empty building in the heart of Inverness city centre will form the centrepiece of the wider area.
A SECOND-hand bookshop buys stock from a variety of customers – including most recently the Highland News.
AN established Victorian Market business has just moved from the Market Hall into the busier Queensgate Arcade.
Inverness Business Improvement District (BID) has been in discussion with Highland Council to give the Old Town its own unique identity.
A small protest by Unison union members was held outside Raigmore Hospital today, calling for a pay rise for NHS staff.
Bosses at the Culloden Moor Inn and Takeaway have moved to reassure customers after a customer tested positive for Covid-19.
Marks & Spencer has announced plans to cut 7000 jobs over the next three months across branches and management roles.
The owner of an Inverness menswear store says customers are delighted they have reopened.
Business was surprisingly good for one family-run Inverness city centre music shop during the coronavirus lockdown.
Staff at Maggie Blyth Boutique were able to keep connected with loyal customers by actively using social media during the coronavirus lockdown.
Customers have praised a new city bar and restaurant which has reopened after launching less than a week before lockdown.
INVERNESS Business Improvement District (BID) has given its backing to a national campaign aimed at encouraging people to shop local.
Sports fans, families and tourists are flocking to the Chieftain Hotel in Millburn Road.
Pubs and bars are reporting a growing confidence among customers as people continue to return to Inverness city centre for evenings out.
There will be a short, socially-distanced, demonstration organised by Unison outside at Raigmore on Tuesday in support of a pay rise for NHS staff.