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Inverness street closed while Scottish Water repairs burst pipe on riverside

26 January 2024
Inverness street closed while Scottish Water repairs burst pipe on riverside

Inverness street closed while Scottish Water repairs burst pipe on riverside

26 January 2024

Engineers have begun repairs to a burst water main in the heart of Inverness.


PICTURES: Burns Night fun entertains care home residents in Inverness

26 January 2024
PICTURES: Burns Night fun entertains care home residents in Inverness

PICTURES: Burns Night fun entertains care home residents in Inverness

26 January 2024

Bagpipes and traditional dancing entertained residents at an Inverness care home when it celebrated Burns Night last night.


Drugs operation in Inverness Railway Station 'sends a message to county lines gangs', say police

25 January 2024
Drugs operation in Inverness Railway Station 'sends a message to county lines gangs', say police

Drugs operation in Inverness Railway Station 'sends a message to county lines gangs', say police

25 January 2024

County lines drug gangs shipping narcotics into the Highlands sparked a joint police awareness operation in Inverness Railway Station on Thursday.


Inverness street to close for emergency water main repairs after riverside leak

25 January 2024
Inverness street to close for emergency water main repairs after riverside leak

Inverness street to close for emergency water main repairs after riverside leak

25 January 2024

A city centre street will be closed to traffic on Friday while emergency repairs to a burst main are carried out on the riverside.


Evie third favourite to win BBC smash hit The Traitors

25 January 2024
Evie third favourite to win BBC smash hit The Traitors

Evie third favourite to win BBC smash hit The Traitors

25 January 2024

The vet, from Inverness, is currently rated 3/1 to win the show – with just two episodes left to go.


£60m budget hole sparks call for public views on Highland Council priorities

25 January 2024
£60m budget hole sparks call for public views on Highland Council priorities

£60m budget hole sparks call for public views on Highland Council priorities

25 January 2024

Views are urgently sought from the public over ways Highland Council can address a £60m gap in its budget.


2023 Highland Book Prize winner hopefuls revealed as longlist announced

25 January 2024
2023 Highland Book Prize winner hopefuls revealed as longlist announced

2023 Highland Book Prize winner hopefuls revealed as longlist announced

25 January 2024

The Highland Book Prize has announced its 2023 longlist, which features a dozen fiction and non-fiction titles.


West of the Ness road safety plans begin public consultation

24 January 2024
West of the Ness road safety plans begin public consultation

West of the Ness road safety plans begin public consultation

24 January 2024

Efforts to make several Inverness neighbourhoods safer places for pedestrians, school children and cyclists are now being highlighted to the public.


2000 homes still without power after Storm Jocelyn

24 January 2024
2000 homes still without power after Storm Jocelyn

2000 homes still without power after Storm Jocelyn

24 January 2024

Around 2000 homes across the north were still without power at lunchtime on Wednesday, but SSEN hopes to reconnect them by the end of the day.


3500 homes still without electricity after Storm Isha power cuts – and some will remain blacked out overnight

22 January 2024
3500 homes still without electricity after Storm Isha power cuts – and some will remain blacked out overnight

3500 homes still without electricity after Storm Isha power cuts – and some will remain blacked out overnight

22 January 2024

Thousands of homes across Scotland were still without power at 5pm on Monday evening following overnight outages caused by Storm Isha.


Power cut hot food and drink support set up in Strathglass amid ongoing Storm Isha impact

22 January 2024
Power cut hot food and drink support set up in Strathglass amid ongoing Storm Isha impact

Power cut hot food and drink support set up in Strathglass amid ongoing Storm Isha impact

22 January 2024

A support unit serving hot food and drink has been set up in Cannich to help those still affected by Storm Isha power cuts.


Storm Jocelyn will spark rail fresh network shutdown on Tuesday

22 January 2024
Storm Jocelyn will spark rail fresh network shutdown on Tuesday

Storm Jocelyn will spark rail fresh network shutdown on Tuesday

22 January 2024

Network Rail Scotland has warned that further serious railway disruption is expected on Tuesday and Wednesday after Storm Jocelyn arrives.


Adrift boat sparks RNLI lifeboat launch

22 January 2024
Adrift boat sparks RNLI lifeboat launch

Adrift boat sparks RNLI lifeboat launch

22 January 2024

A boat found drifting off the shores of North Kessock sparked the launch of the village's RNLI lifeboat on Monday morning.


Have your bins been missed? Highland Council issues waste collection advice following storms

22 January 2024
Have your bins been missed? Highland Council issues waste collection advice following storms

Have your bins been missed? Highland Council issues waste collection advice following storms

22 January 2024

Households whose bin collections have been missed due to disruption from the recent heavy snows & gales have been given an update by Highland Council.


Spotlight on postal delivery woes having positive impact on mail performance, hopes Highland MP

22 January 2024
Spotlight on postal delivery woes having positive impact on mail performance, hopes Highland MP

Spotlight on postal delivery woes having positive impact on mail performance, hopes Highland MP

22 January 2024

MP Drew Hendry hopes his recent campaign may have helped lead to fewer delivery issues over the festive season.


'Extreme' 100mph wind forecast sparks red 'danger to life' Storm Isha warning from Met Office for Highlands

22 January 2024
'Extreme' 100mph wind forecast sparks red 'danger to life' Storm Isha warning from Met Office for Highlands

'Extreme' 100mph wind forecast sparks red 'danger to life' Storm Isha warning from Met Office for Highlands

22 January 2024

The red warning, which was issued shortly before midnight, covers areas around the Moray Firth.


'Detailed timetable and plan needed over A9 dualling to avoid repeating past delays'

20 January 2024
'Detailed timetable and plan needed over A9 dualling to avoid repeating past delays'

'Detailed timetable and plan needed over A9 dualling to avoid repeating past delays'

20 January 2024

Road safety charity IAM RoadSmart made the remarks in submissions' to the Scottish Government's dualling inquiry.


UPDATE: A9 almost cleared of stranded vehicles 'but likely to remain shut for hours yet', say police

18 January 2024
UPDATE: A9 almost cleared of stranded vehicles 'but likely to remain shut for hours yet', say police

UPDATE: A9 almost cleared of stranded vehicles 'but likely to remain shut for hours yet', say police

18 January 2024

The force has also advised against travelling between south Highland and north Highland as many key routes remain blocked by drifting snow.


PICTURES: Snowy fun for all ages despite Highland transport chaos

18 January 2024
PICTURES: Snowy fun for all ages despite Highland transport chaos

PICTURES: Snowy fun for all ages despite Highland transport chaos

18 January 2024

Days of heavy snow may have continued to wreak havoc on Highland transport and schools on Thursday – but there was also plenty of fun to be had too!


Hero police dog Fergie praised for her help finding missing woman in Inverness

18 January 2024
Hero police dog Fergie praised for her help finding missing woman in Inverness

Hero police dog Fergie praised for her help finding missing woman in Inverness

18 January 2024

It's the second time in a week an Inverness police dog has been praised after another sniffed out drugs worth £15k in an unrelated incident.


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