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College takes the lead in reindeer project

14 December 2018
College takes the lead in reindeer project

College takes the lead in reindeer project

14 December 2018

LOOKING out for reindeer is usually reserved for children on Christmas Eve, but now researchers in Inverness are using cutting-edge tech to find out more…


Teenage entrepreneurs do a roaring trade at market

14 December 2018
Teenage entrepreneurs do a roaring trade at market

Teenage entrepreneurs do a roaring trade at market

14 December 2018

YOUNG business brains have hit the streets of Inverness to show off their entrepreneurial skills – smashing sales records in the process.


Dashcam plea over fatal A9 road crash

14 December 2018
Dashcam plea over fatal A9 road crash

Dashcam plea over fatal A9 road crash

14 December 2018

POLICE investigating a fatal road crash near the northern end of the Cromarty Bridge have appealed for motorists with any dashcam footage of the incident…


Black Isle former police officer is new top mason

30 November 2018
Black Isle former police officer is new top mason

Black Isle former police officer is new top mason

30 November 2018

A RETIRED senior police officer from the Black Isle has been installed as the leader of Scotland’s 30,000 freemasons.


Mental health pharmacist pilot 'fantastic'

26 November 2018
Mental health pharmacist pilot 'fantastic'

Mental health pharmacist pilot 'fantastic'

26 November 2018

MENTAL health issues among remote Highland communities could be improved “dramatically” through the use of specialist pharmacists in rural…


Beach sand silhouettes to remember WWI sacrifice

11 November 2018
Beach sand silhouettes to remember WWI sacrifice

Beach sand silhouettes to remember WWI sacrifice

11 November 2018

This special memorial will take place on Rosemarkie beach to coincide with the centenary of the armistice which ended the bloody conflict.


Highlands makes it into tourist guide's top 10

23 October 2018
Highlands makes it into tourist guide's top 10

Highlands makes it into tourist guide's top 10

23 October 2018

INVERNESS and the Highlands are world beaters – and that’s official.


Design released for new hydro power site

11 October 2018
Design released for new hydro power site

Design released for new hydro power site

11 October 2018

ARTIST’S impressions have been released of a new Inverness hydro power scheme Highland Council hopes will generate "significant interest" among…


Excuses over Sleeper train delay slammed

09 October 2018
Excuses over Sleeper train delay slammed

Excuses over Sleeper train delay slammed

09 October 2018

RAIL bosses have been slated for making "absurd" excuses over delays to the launch of new Caledonian Sleeper trains on the Highland mainline.


Inverness street's past preserved by key heritage trail

02 October 2018
Inverness street's past preserved by key heritage trail

Inverness street's past preserved by key heritage trail

02 October 2018

The new digital heritage trail, a key part of the Inverness Townscape Heritage Project, spent the past two-and-a-half years engaging with the community…


New Caledonian Sleeper trains slip to May next year

01 October 2018
New Caledonian Sleeper trains slip to May next year

New Caledonian Sleeper trains slip to May next year

01 October 2018

The new rolling stock, was expected to begin its roll-out this autumn, but so far only 40 of the 75 carriages that were ordered have arrived in the UK.


Ambulance staff hint at strike action in dispute over shift overtime and staff shortages

27 September 2018
Ambulance staff hint at strike action in dispute over shift overtime and staff shortages

Ambulance staff hint at strike action in dispute over shift overtime and staff shortages

27 September 2018

AMBULANCE staff in the Highlands have floated the possibility of strike action in a dispute over “extreme shift overruns” and added pressures…


Fake bank notes spark police warning to Inverness public

24 September 2018
Fake bank notes spark police warning to Inverness public

Fake bank notes spark police warning to Inverness public

24 September 2018

A SPATE of fake bank notes in Inverness have sparked a plea for shoppers and retailers to beware forgeries.


Mini theme for Black Isle art competition

23 September 2018
Mini theme for Black Isle art competition

Mini theme for Black Isle art competition

23 September 2018

CREATIVE talents from across the Black Isle are being urged to throw their hat into their ring following the launch of an annual arts competition.


Moral objection 'not valid' for planned march

18 September 2018
Moral objection 'not valid' for planned march

Moral objection 'not valid' for planned march

18 September 2018

A GAY pride march in Inverness could get the green light as early as this week.


Black Isle cinema plan gets the nod

16 September 2018
Black Isle cinema plan gets the nod

Black Isle cinema plan gets the nod

16 September 2018

AMBITIOUS plans for a cinema and small business hub in Cromarty have been given the unanimous seal of approval by councillors – despite mixed views…


Thousands hit back in Inverness pride march row

14 September 2018
Thousands hit back in Inverness pride march row

Thousands hit back in Inverness pride march row

14 September 2018

A FLOOD of support has poured in for the Highlands’ LGBT+ community after a petition condemning a planned gay pride march sparked controversy.


Records tumbling as Highland film interest surges

15 August 2018
Records tumbling as Highland film interest surges

Records tumbling as Highland film interest surges

15 August 2018

RECORD-breaking interest in Highland filming locations shows no signs of abating with the TV and movie industry continuing to make hundreds of enquiries…


Time running out to join in creative hub

15 August 2018
Time running out to join in creative hub

Time running out to join in creative hub

15 August 2018

ARTISTS and crafters hoping to be among the first studio holders at a major new creative hub have little time left to apply.


Engineers assess A82 rockfall site

10 August 2018
Engineers assess A82 rockfall site

Engineers assess A82 rockfall site

10 August 2018

THE busy A82 trunk road remained partially blocked near Drumnadrochit yesterday after a rockfall reduced the route to a single lane.


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