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‘Appalled’ MSP demands education minister visit Charleston Academy in Inverness over ‘state of the school’

11 May 2024
‘Appalled’ MSP demands education minister visit Charleston Academy in Inverness over ‘state of the school’

‘Appalled’ MSP demands education minister visit Charleston Academy in Inverness over ‘state of the school’

11 May 2024

‘Frankly appalling’ conditions at an Inverness school have been raised with Scotland’s education minister by a Highland MSP.


Arrest after robber wielding fake gun steals car and then money from petrol station in two Inverness incidents

10 May 2024
Arrest after robber wielding fake gun steals car and then money from petrol station in two Inverness incidents

Arrest after robber wielding fake gun steals car and then money from petrol station in two Inverness incidents

10 May 2024

A teenager has been arrested by police investigating the theft of a car and money by a robber wielding a fake gun.


Aurora hopes high amid forecast Northern Lights could be visible anywhere in UK

10 May 2024
Aurora hopes high amid forecast Northern Lights could be visible anywhere in UK

Aurora hopes high amid forecast Northern Lights could be visible anywhere in UK

10 May 2024

Aurora hunters look set for a treat after intense solar activity increased the chances that the Northern Lights will be visible ANYWHERE in the UK.


PICTURES: A82 closed in Inverness city centre after major Police Scotland response to ‘disturbance’

09 May 2024
PICTURES: A82 closed in Inverness city centre after major Police Scotland response to ‘disturbance’

PICTURES: A82 closed in Inverness city centre after major Police Scotland response to ‘disturbance’

09 May 2024

The A82 was closed in the heart of Inverness on Thursday afternoon after a major police response to a "disturbance" in a nearby street.


Emergency crews respond to ‘disturbance’ in Inverness

09 May 2024
Emergency crews respond to ‘disturbance’ in Inverness

Emergency crews respond to ‘disturbance’ in Inverness

09 May 2024

A 'disturbance' in an Inverness neighbourhood has sparked a response from police, fire crews and the ambulance service.


PICTURES: Strictly Inverness charity dance competition is under way

09 May 2024
PICTURES: Strictly Inverness charity dance competition is under way

PICTURES: Strictly Inverness charity dance competition is under way

09 May 2024

A family-friendly launch evening featured dazzling performances from dance schools last night, with the contest itself kicking off in earnest tonight.


£2m roadworks to bring 8 weeks of disruption to A9 dual carriageway south of Inverness

09 May 2024
£2m roadworks to bring 8 weeks of disruption to A9 dual carriageway south of Inverness

£2m roadworks to bring 8 weeks of disruption to A9 dual carriageway south of Inverness

09 May 2024

The dual carriageway between Slochd and Tomatin will be subject to lane closures north and south during the resurfacing work, which begins on Monday.


A9 Kessock Bridge ‘wrong way’ motorist sparks dangerous driving charge and dashcam footage plea

09 May 2024
A9 Kessock Bridge ‘wrong way’ motorist sparks dangerous driving charge and dashcam footage plea

A9 Kessock Bridge ‘wrong way’ motorist sparks dangerous driving charge and dashcam footage plea

09 May 2024

Dashcam footage is being sought by police investigating dangerous driving on the Kessock Bridge last night.


Harry Gow to open new bakery outlet in Inverness

08 May 2024
Harry Gow to open new bakery outlet in Inverness

Harry Gow to open new bakery outlet in Inverness

08 May 2024

The popular bakery looks set to open a new outlet in a former car hire site in Harbour Road.


Active travel and road safety work get green light by Highland Council

06 May 2024
Active travel and road safety work get green light by Highland Council

Active travel and road safety work get green light by Highland Council

06 May 2024

Plans to boost road safety and encourage more people to cycle or walk have passed their latest milestone.


Habitat and biodiversity efforts ‘very positive and encouraging’, says Highland councillor

06 May 2024
Habitat and biodiversity efforts ‘very positive and encouraging’, says Highland councillor

Habitat and biodiversity efforts ‘very positive and encouraging’, says Highland councillor

06 May 2024

Habitat restoration efforts and work to boost biodiversity in the Highlands are “very positive and encouraging”, a senor councillor believes.


‘End the new 20mph zones’, argues senior Highland councillor

05 May 2024
‘End the new 20mph zones’, argues senior Highland councillor

‘End the new 20mph zones’, argues senior Highland councillor

05 May 2024

A councillor has hit out at what he claims are “blanket 20mph speed limits across the Highlands” and has called on the council to end their roll-out.


Risk of ‘intense’ showers sparks flood alerts for parts of the Highlands

05 May 2024
Risk of ‘intense’ showers sparks flood alerts for parts of the Highlands

Risk of ‘intense’ showers sparks flood alerts for parts of the Highlands

05 May 2024

Flood alerts have been issued to parts of the Highlands and Moray, amid forecasts for heavy showers in some areas.


WATCH: Scotland’s football stars film moving video messages for ‘very poorly’ Reece Mitchell

05 May 2024
WATCH: Scotland’s football stars film moving video messages for ‘very poorly’ Reece Mitchell

WATCH: Scotland’s football stars film moving video messages for ‘very poorly’ Reece Mitchell

05 May 2024

Scotland's football stars have made a video for North Kessock’s Reece Mitchell (10), who is “very poorly” with a terminal neurodegenerative disease.


£186,000 worth of Nature Restoration Fund cash awarded to Highland community bodies

04 May 2024
£186,000 worth of Nature Restoration Fund cash awarded to Highland community bodies

£186,000 worth of Nature Restoration Fund cash awarded to Highland community bodies

04 May 2024

More than £186,000 has been awarded to community wildlife and habitat protection and restoration projects across the Highlands.


Furry good news as dog reunited with owner

04 May 2024
Furry good news as dog reunited with owner

Furry good news as dog reunited with owner

04 May 2024

A plea by police in Inverness for help reuniting a lost dog with her owner has been successful.


Police in Inverness appeal for help reuniting lost dog with owner

04 May 2024
Police in Inverness appeal for help reuniting lost dog with owner

Police in Inverness appeal for help reuniting lost dog with owner

04 May 2024

Police have appealed for help finding the owner of a lost dog in Inverness.


‘Valuable’ Omega Seamaster watch stolen from Inverness gym

04 May 2024
‘Valuable’ Omega Seamaster watch stolen from Inverness gym

‘Valuable’ Omega Seamaster watch stolen from Inverness gym

04 May 2024

Police are appealing for information after a valuable watch worth potentially thousands of pounds was stolen from a gym in Inverness.


Loss of late night train impacting night-time economy in Highland capital, warns business leader

04 May 2024
Loss of late night train impacting night-time economy in Highland capital, warns business leader

Loss of late night train impacting night-time economy in Highland capital, warns business leader

04 May 2024

Failure to bring back a late night train linking Inverness with Ross-shire communities is having an “affect on the city’s night-time economy”.


A9 roadworks to cause disruption near Slochd

04 May 2024
A9 roadworks to cause disruption near Slochd

A9 roadworks to cause disruption near Slochd

04 May 2024

Resurfacing work is set to cause disruption for motorists on the A9 south of Inverness next week.


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