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Timing of key bridge closure branded 'baffling'

19 July 2018
Timing of key bridge closure branded 'baffling'

Timing of key bridge closure branded 'baffling'

19 July 2018

"BAFFLED" councillors have hit out at plans to shut a key access to a popular Inverness beauty spot for up to six weeks at the height of the tourist season.


Herd study will explore reindeer behaviour

28 May 2018
Herd study will explore reindeer behaviour

Herd study will explore reindeer behaviour

28 May 2018

REINDEER behaviour in the country’s only free-ranging herd is to be studied in a bid to understand the animals’ impact on the Cairngorms National…


Brewery top of the world after success at major international contest

15 May 2018
Brewery top of the world after success at major international contest

Brewery top of the world after success at major international contest

15 May 2018

A WORLD beating ale from a brewery on the Black Isle has wowed judges at an international festival.


'Universal Credit benefits cruelty must end', Inverness MP tells UK government

14 May 2018
'Universal Credit benefits cruelty must end', Inverness MP tells UK government

'Universal Credit benefits cruelty must end', Inverness MP tells UK government

14 May 2018

Drew Hendry hit out at the Conservative government after a debate he led in the House of Commons over the issue of Universal Credit and terminal illness.


Clean up after dozens of dead birds found on Black Isle beach

06 May 2018
Clean up after dozens of dead birds found on Black Isle beach

Clean up after dozens of dead birds found on Black Isle beach

06 May 2018

In recent weeks, walkers treading the beach have been greeted by the grim sight of dozens of bird corpses, guillemots and razorbills among them.


Further delays spark plans to switch to night work on Cromarty Bridge

06 May 2018
Further delays spark plans to switch to night work on Cromarty Bridge

Further delays spark plans to switch to night work on Cromarty Bridge

06 May 2018

ENGINEERS are to begin working on the Cromarty Bridge overnight from the middle of the month after the finish date for completion of major repairs…


Airport boom is set to continue

26 April 2018
Airport boom is set to continue

Airport boom is set to continue

26 April 2018

AIRPORT chiefs are celebrating after passenger numbers in the Highlands jumped 7.4 per cent in a year.


Cancer beater takes on Etape for charity

25 April 2018
Cancer beater takes on Etape for charity

Cancer beater takes on Etape for charity

25 April 2018

A CANCER patient who underwent gruelling chemotherapy treatment just months ago is taking on a mammoth biking challenge in a bid to conquer the disease…


Crime and thrills on Black Isle this weekend

16 April 2018
Crime and thrills on Black Isle this weekend

Crime and thrills on Black Isle this weekend

16 April 2018

THE scene has been set on the Black Isle for another Crime & Thrillers weekend hosted by Cromarty Arts Trust.


Resorts are delighted at snow levels

15 April 2018
Resorts are delighted at snow levels

Resorts are delighted at snow levels

15 April 2018

SKI resorts in the Highlands are hopeful this winter’s spectacular conditions will lead to an economic windfall.


Raining's Stairs to close for work

13 April 2018
Raining's Stairs to close for work

Raining's Stairs to close for work

13 April 2018

ONE of Inverness’s key paths is set to close for three months while it undergoes a much-needed transformation.


Tornagrain set for hall and nursery

10 April 2018
Tornagrain set for hall and nursery

Tornagrain set for hall and nursery

10 April 2018

THE newest town in the Highlands looks set to get a community hall, outdoor nursery and 20 allotment plots before the year is out – as development…


School hire price changes go ahead

09 April 2018
School hire price changes go ahead

School hire price changes go ahead

09 April 2018

PRICE rises for school lets have taken effect, despite past criticism from community groups that such moves will hit them in the wallet.


'More needed to safeguard Culloden site'

06 April 2018
'More needed to safeguard Culloden site'

'More needed to safeguard Culloden site'

06 April 2018

SOMETHING "more solid" than demonstrations and petitions  is needed if Culloden battlefield is to be safeguarded against "unimaginable" development,…


Drugs worth £320,000 seized across the Highlands in a single month

04 April 2018
Drugs worth £320,000 seized across the Highlands in a single month

Drugs worth £320,000 seized across the Highlands in a single month

04 April 2018

DRUGS with a street value of more than £320,000 were seized by police in the Highlands in just one month.


Section of Inverness-Aberdeen line to be closed for 14 weeks

19 February 2018
Section of Inverness-Aberdeen line to be closed for 14 weeks

Section of Inverness-Aberdeen line to be closed for 14 weeks

19 February 2018

RAIL passengers are being promised more reliable services on the Inverness to Aberdeen line once major works on a notorious bottleneck are finally complete.


'Lives at risk' as drivers flout bridge restrictions

18 February 2018
'Lives at risk' as drivers flout bridge restrictions

'Lives at risk' as drivers flout bridge restrictions

18 February 2018

LIVES are being put at risk by drivers who continue to flout traffic lights and speed restrictions on the Cromarty Bridge, police and contractors have…


NC500 named best value road trip in the world

06 February 2018
NC500 named best value road trip in the world

NC500 named best value road trip in the world

06 February 2018

Scotland’s answer to America’s Route 66 has been named one of the best value for money tourism experiences on the planet.


Police plans to catch drivers breaking bridge rules

17 December 2017
Police plans to catch drivers breaking bridge rules

Police plans to catch drivers breaking bridge rules

17 December 2017

A WARNING has been issued to drivers not to ignore signage and try their luck on a restricted bridge.


Victorian Market gets a new manager

04 December 2017
Victorian Market gets a new manager

Victorian Market gets a new manager

04 December 2017

PUTTING the “heart” back into the Victorian Market and boosting customer footfall will be the top priorities of its newly appointed manager.


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