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Business has taste for more

05 November 2020
Business has taste for more

Business has taste for more

05 November 2020

When an Inverness woman quit her full-time job little did she suspect that four months later she would be in charge of an expanding business.


Easing of alcohol restrictions is ‘a step in the right direction’

04 November 2020
Easing of alcohol restrictions is ‘a step in the right direction’

Easing of alcohol restrictions is ‘a step in the right direction’

04 November 2020

Publicans in Inverness have welcomed the relaxation of coronavirus restrictions so their customers can now enjoy alcohol indoors.


Music tuition uses advanced technology

04 November 2020
Music tuition uses advanced technology

Music tuition uses advanced technology

04 November 2020

Music tutors have successfully introduced electronic chanters as a method for continuing piping lessons.


Update: Council issues guidance over the wearing of face coverings in schools

03 November 2020
Update: Council issues guidance over the wearing of face coverings in schools

Update: Council issues guidance over the wearing of face coverings in schools

03 November 2020

Schools in Inverness and the Highland region have been given new advice relating to the latest guidance from the Scottish Government.


Well known Highland Council officer retires

03 November 2020
Well known Highland Council officer retires

Well known Highland Council officer retires

03 November 2020

Inverness events manager, Gerry Reynolds, announces his retirement on Monday after more than 21 years.


New guidance for face coverings in schools

03 November 2020
New guidance for face coverings in schools

New guidance for face coverings in schools

03 November 2020

The new rules, which were introduced yesterday, state that adults must wear face coverings at all times in primary and secondary schools.


BID’s hard work is highly commended

03 November 2020
BID’s hard work is highly commended

BID’s hard work is highly commended

03 November 2020

An Inverness BID campaign which ran in the Inverness Courier has helped the city centre business organisation gain a highly commended award.


Inverness housing boost as Academy Street flats near completion

02 November 2020
Inverness housing boost as Academy Street flats near completion

Inverness housing boost as Academy Street flats near completion

02 November 2020

People in Inverness will now be able to catch the first glimpse of the new Wyvern House on Academy Street after the scaffolding was removed.


What a dram coincidence!

01 November 2020
What a dram coincidence!

What a dram coincidence!

01 November 2020

Mike Davidson got married in 1978 and it was also the year on the label of a rare bottle of whisky he won in a national competition.


What a dram coincidence!

01 November 2020
What a dram coincidence!

What a dram coincidence!

01 November 2020

Mike Davidson got married in 1978 and it was also the year on the label of a rare bottle of whisky he won in a national competition.


Asda worker has head shaved in front of shoppers

01 November 2020
Asda worker has head shaved in front of shoppers

Asda worker has head shaved in front of shoppers

01 November 2020

Sandra Moodie, who works at the city’s branch, lost her bright pink locks in front of staff and customers.


Highland Council calls for sick pay reform

01 November 2020
Highland Council calls for sick pay reform

Highland Council calls for sick pay reform

01 November 2020

At a meeting of The Highland Council members gave their backing to a motion that highlights the need for the UK Government to review sick pay.


City to help launch a virtual roadshow

31 October 2020
City to help launch a virtual roadshow

City to help launch a virtual roadshow

31 October 2020

It kicks off on Monday with a virtual visit to Inverness with an intensive programme of locally targeted online advice, workshops and mentoring.


Victim of fatal A82 crash identified

30 October 2020
Victim of fatal A82 crash identified

Victim of fatal A82 crash identified

30 October 2020

Police Scotland have confirmed that the man who died in a crash on the A82 on Monday was John Hugh Mackenzie from Fort William.


New headteacher for primary school

30 October 2020
New headteacher for primary school

New headteacher for primary school

30 October 2020

Allison Howie has been appointed by Highland Council as headteacher for Bishop Eden Primary School and will begin her new role next month.


City restaurant to reopen on Monday

29 October 2020
City restaurant to reopen on Monday

City restaurant to reopen on Monday

29 October 2020

The move by Rocpool Restaurant follows the announcement that the Highlands and Islands will be in Tier 1 of the Covid-19 restrictions next week.


Highlands and Islands placed into tier one coronavirus restrictions from Monday

29 October 2020
Highlands and Islands placed into tier one coronavirus restrictions from Monday

Highlands and Islands placed into tier one coronavirus restrictions from Monday

29 October 2020

The move will make it easier for hospitality businesses who will be able to sell alcohol, both indoors and outdoors, with time restrictions.


Highland Council urged to back sick pay reform

29 October 2020
Highland Council urged to back sick pay reform

Highland Council urged to back sick pay reform

29 October 2020

The current level of statutory sick pay is "shockingly inadequate and urgently needs to be reviewed" according to Lib Dem councillors.


Work on pedestrian crossing to begin next week

29 October 2020
Work on pedestrian crossing to begin next week

Work on pedestrian crossing to begin next week

29 October 2020

The construction, which will see a new puffin crossing installed on the A82, is due to last for six weeks – subject to weather conditions.


Music tuition uses advanced technology

29 October 2020
Music tuition uses advanced technology

Music tuition uses advanced technology

29 October 2020

Music tutors have successfully introduced electronic chanters as a method for continuing piping lessons.


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