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Suspected bomb found near Kessock Bridge

06 February 2020
Suspected bomb found near Kessock Bridge

Suspected bomb found near Kessock Bridge

06 February 2020

A suspected bomb has been found buried in the sand in the Moray Firth.


Police Scotland announces three-year mental health and wellbeing project for Highlands and Islands staff

06 February 2020
Police Scotland announces three-year mental health and wellbeing project for Highlands and Islands staff

Police Scotland announces three-year mental health and wellbeing project for Highlands and Islands staff

06 February 2020

Police Scotland has secured funding for a three-year mental health and wellbeing project for Highland and Islands Division officers and staff.


Jessops closes its Inverness branch

05 February 2020
Jessops closes its Inverness branch

Jessops closes its Inverness branch

05 February 2020

The Inverness branch of high street photographic chain Jessops has closed.


Police warn of cold callers and bogus workers

04 February 2020
Police warn of cold callers and bogus workers

Police warn of cold callers and bogus workers

04 February 2020

Police are warning Inverness residents about bogus workmen in the area following an incident last week.


High winds see traffic restrictions placed on Kessock and Dornoch bridges

03 February 2020
High winds see traffic restrictions placed on Kessock and Dornoch bridges

High winds see traffic restrictions placed on Kessock and Dornoch bridges

03 February 2020

The Highlands and Islands are braced against high winds expected to last until tomorrow morning.


Epic run in aid of hospice

03 February 2020
Epic run in aid of hospice

Epic run in aid of hospice

03 February 2020

AN ultra-endurance athlete is planning to run the 180 miles from Glasgow to Inverness in under 70 hours in aid of Highland Hospice.


Walk improves mental health

01 February 2020
Walk improves mental health

Walk improves mental health

01 February 2020

PEOPLE in Inverness are being urged to ditch technology for just an hour in a bid to reconnect with the real world and improve their mental health.


Businessman believes rise in Highland fly-tipping is 'inevitable'

28 January 2020
Businessman believes rise in Highland fly-tipping is 'inevitable'

Businessman believes rise in Highland fly-tipping is 'inevitable'

28 January 2020

An Inverness businessman who raised concerns about new recycling regulations is hoping to talk to council officials about alternative rules.


Inverness residents urged to help raise money for charity

27 January 2020
Inverness residents urged to help raise money for charity

Inverness residents urged to help raise money for charity

27 January 2020

Marie Curie, the UK’s leading charity for people living with a terminal illness and their families, is calling for volunteers in Inverness.


Vehicle ban proposed for 'toxic' Academy Street

26 January 2020
Vehicle ban proposed for 'toxic' Academy Street

Vehicle ban proposed for 'toxic' Academy Street

26 January 2020

Old vehicles and those belching out the highest levels of dangerous fumes should be banned from Academy Street environmental campaigners say.


Taxi group head set to step down

24 January 2020
Taxi group head set to step down

Taxi group head set to step down

24 January 2020

THE chairman of Inverness Taxi Alliance (ITA) has announced he is planning to stand down in April after five years at the head of the trade body.


How do we fix toxic Academy Street?

24 January 2020
How do we fix toxic Academy Street?

How do we fix toxic Academy Street?

24 January 2020

OLD vehicles and those which belch out the highest levels of fumes should be banned from Academy Street, according to environmental campaigners.


Motorcyclist forced off the road at the A832 at Rosehaugh by oncoming car vehicle

23 January 2020
Motorcyclist forced off the road at the A832 at Rosehaugh by oncoming car vehicle

Motorcyclist forced off the road at the A832 at Rosehaugh by oncoming car vehicle

23 January 2020

POLICE have appealed for witnesses after a motorcyclist was forced off the road on the Black Isle.


Sex toys dumped on footpath

22 January 2020
Sex toys dumped on footpath

Sex toys dumped on footpath

22 January 2020

A grandfather from Inverness was surprised to stumble across a load of sex toys which had been dumped on a footpath just off the A96.


Business leader sees red over new Highland Council recycling rules

21 January 2020
Business leader sees red over new Highland Council recycling rules

Business leader sees red over new Highland Council recycling rules

21 January 2020

An Inverness managing director has raised concerns about the introduction of new restrictions at recycling centres.


Victorian Market announces death of much-loved busker's dog

20 January 2020
Victorian Market announces death of much-loved busker's dog

Victorian Market announces death of much-loved busker's dog

20 January 2020

The Victorian Market has shared news on its Facebook page that Emily the Dalmatian has died following a short illness.


Gift of life as a living donor

19 January 2020
Gift of life as a living donor

Gift of life as a living donor

19 January 2020

An information evening at Raigmore Hospital was aimed at those who were interested in becoming living donors.


MP calls for cancellation of 'unfair' fines on drivers using city centre car park

17 January 2020
MP calls for cancellation of 'unfair' fines on drivers using city centre car park

MP calls for cancellation of 'unfair' fines on drivers using city centre car park

17 January 2020

Drivers fined after entering the wrong registration number at an Inverness car park should have the penalty written off, the city’s MP has said.


Dancing on air for Highland Hospice

16 January 2020
Dancing on air for Highland Hospice

Dancing on air for Highland Hospice

16 January 2020

Tickets to this year’s Belladrum festival are up for grabs during the run-up to Highland Hospice’s annual Strictly Inverness dance competition.


Inverness named one of the most welcoming places in the UK

16 January 2020
Inverness named one of the most welcoming places in the UK

Inverness named one of the most welcoming places in the UK

16 January 2020

Inverness has been named as one of the top 10 most welcoming places in the UK to visit in the latest poll.


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