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Pupils to launch tree planting campaign to highlight climate crisis

04 October 2019
Pupils to launch tree planting campaign to highlight climate crisis

Pupils to launch tree planting campaign to highlight climate crisis

04 October 2019

PUPILS from across Inverness are set to do their bit to flag up the fight against climate change – by planting trees as part of an awareness campaign.


Election hopefuls urged to stand for vacant Inverness ward seat

04 October 2019
Election hopefuls urged to stand for vacant Inverness ward seat

Election hopefuls urged to stand for vacant Inverness ward seat

04 October 2019

TIME is running out for election candidates to put their name forward for a vacant ward seat at Highland Council.


Electric cars and hybrids to be added to NHS Highland's growing fleet of eco-friendly vehicles

30 September 2019
Electric cars and hybrids to be added to NHS Highland's growing fleet of eco-friendly vehicles

Electric cars and hybrids to be added to NHS Highland's growing fleet of eco-friendly vehicles

30 September 2019

NHS Highland's fleet of vehicles will soon be slightly greener after it ordered five fully-electric cars and two further hybrids.


Phone boxes axe consultation enters second phase

30 September 2019
Phone boxes axe consultation enters second phase

Phone boxes axe consultation enters second phase

30 September 2019

TIME is running out for residents and communities over plans to axe more than 100 phone boxes across the Highlands.


Inverness conference praises Fèisean nan Gàidheal's 'busiest and most successful year' ever

30 September 2019
Inverness conference praises Fèisean nan Gàidheal's 'busiest and most successful year' ever

Inverness conference praises Fèisean nan Gàidheal's 'busiest and most successful year' ever

30 September 2019

ONE of the busiest and most successful years in Fèisean nan Gàidheal's history was praised by a Highland MSP at its annual conference in Inverness.


Hopes of ultra-marathon tourist boom following plans for new LochNess360° Challenge

13 September 2019
Hopes of ultra-marathon tourist boom following plans for new LochNess360° Challenge

Hopes of ultra-marathon tourist boom following plans for new LochNess360° Challenge

13 September 2019

ANOTHER monster is set to set up home at Loch Ness next year – after plans were unveiled for a gruelling ultra-marathon challenge.


High Life Highland announces new chief executive

12 September 2019
High Life Highland announces new chief executive

High Life Highland announces new chief executive

12 September 2019

THE organisation responsible for running Highland leisure centres, libraries, swimming pools and more has appointed a new chief executive.


ICYMI: Sight loss fails to stop climber

27 August 2019
ICYMI: Sight loss fails to stop climber

ICYMI: Sight loss fails to stop climber

27 August 2019

AN rock climber and war veteran has refused to let his failing sight keep him from his passion after he took to a climbing wall again at 95 years old.


Man will tackle Beast Race in tribute to his big brother

24 August 2019
Man will tackle Beast Race in tribute to his big brother

Man will tackle Beast Race in tribute to his big brother

24 August 2019

A BEAST of a race awaits a city man after he vowed to take it on for charity in memory of his brother – who died after a heart attack in February.


BT pay phones under threat at 110 sites across Highlands

20 August 2019
BT pay phones under threat at 110 sites across Highlands

BT pay phones under threat at 110 sites across Highlands

20 August 2019

MORE than 100 phone boxes could be stripped out of Highland communities – some in remote areas with spotty mobile phone coverage - under plans by BT.


Car theft sparks police appeal

20 August 2019
Car theft sparks police appeal

Car theft sparks police appeal

20 August 2019

POLICE have appealed for information after a car was stolen in Inverness at the weekend.


Seizure of fake goods at Black Isle Show 'sends a message'

13 August 2019
Seizure of fake goods at Black Isle Show 'sends a message'

Seizure of fake goods at Black Isle Show 'sends a message'

13 August 2019

THE seizure of fake goods at the Black Isle Show "sends a clear message" to counterfeit sellers that they are not welcome, organisers have said.


Rail disruption expected when major track work gets under way

09 August 2019
Rail disruption expected when major track work gets under way

Rail disruption expected when major track work gets under way

09 August 2019

RAIL passengers face more than a week of disruption when track and signalling works gets under way on the Inverness-Aberdeen line from this weekend.


Highlanders' experiences of severe weather sought by council

08 August 2019
Highlanders' experiences of severe weather sought by council

Highlanders' experiences of severe weather sought by council

08 August 2019

PEOPLE'S experiences of severe weather and climate change are being sought by Highland Council in a bid to identify priorities in a warming world.


UPDATE: Shed lorry load cleared from A9

08 August 2019
UPDATE: Shed lorry load cleared from A9

UPDATE: Shed lorry load cleared from A9

08 August 2019

A SHED load which brought disruption to the A9 near the Tore roundabout has been cleared, Traffic Scotland has said.


Lorry's shed load causes traffic disruption on A9 near Tore roundabout

08 August 2019
Lorry's shed load causes traffic disruption on A9 near Tore roundabout

Lorry's shed load causes traffic disruption on A9 near Tore roundabout

08 August 2019

MOTORISTS on the A9 are facing disruption after a lorry shed its load near the Tore roundabout.


Yellow warnings for rain and thunder to be in force for 54 hours

08 August 2019
Yellow warnings for rain and thunder to be in force for 54 hours

Yellow warnings for rain and thunder to be in force for 54 hours

08 August 2019

HIGHLANDERS have been warned to brace for further rain after the Met Office issued revised weather warnings that will last almost two-and-a-half days.


Landslides cleared from B862 and B852 roads, Highland Council confirms

07 August 2019
Landslides cleared from B862 and B852 roads, Highland Council confirms

Landslides cleared from B862 and B852 roads, Highland Council confirms

07 August 2019

TWO landslides which blocked roads south of Loch Ness have been cleared and the routes have reopened.


Raigmore Hospital waiting room reopens after localised flooding

07 August 2019
Raigmore Hospital waiting room reopens after localised flooding

Raigmore Hospital waiting room reopens after localised flooding

07 August 2019

THE waiting room in Raigmore Hospital's emergency department has reopened following earlier localised flooding, NHS Highland has confirmed.


Railway reopens between Inverness and Aviemore after floods

07 August 2019
Railway reopens between Inverness and Aviemore after floods

Railway reopens between Inverness and Aviemore after floods

07 August 2019

THE Highland Mainline has reopened between Inverness and Aviemore following earlier flooding, ScotRail has confirmed.


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