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Inverness-based business makes the UKs Top 100 SMEs list

31 January 2024
Inverness-based business makes the UKs Top 100 SMEs list

Inverness-based business makes the UKs Top 100 SMEs list

31 January 2024

An Inverness-based business is celebrating after being commended as one of the UK’s Top 100 SMEs.


Miss Scotland leads the toast at seven-course dinner at luxury Highland hotel

30 January 2024
Miss Scotland leads the toast at seven-course dinner at luxury Highland hotel

Miss Scotland leads the toast at seven-course dinner at luxury Highland hotel

30 January 2024

Chelsie Allison was the guest of honour at Kincraig Castle Hotel's Burns Night.


Inverness yoga studio founder discusses why she has opened a nurturing space in the heart of the city

30 January 2024
Inverness yoga studio founder discusses why she has opened a nurturing space in the heart of the city

Inverness yoga studio founder discusses why she has opened a nurturing space in the heart of the city

30 January 2024

Janine Cade, the founder of Soul Seeker Yoga, explains her motivation behind establishing a nurturing space in the heart of Inverness to enjoy yoga.


Inverness mother launches fundraiser for sonar device to help find son

26 January 2024
Inverness mother launches fundraiser for sonar device to help find son

Inverness mother launches fundraiser for sonar device to help find son

26 January 2024

An Inverness mother has launched a fundraiser for a specialist team in the search for her son.


Homeless campaigner offers 'heartfelt thanks' to city and hilarious moment he crosses Inverness' bouncy bridge

26 January 2024
Homeless campaigner offers 'heartfelt thanks' to city and hilarious moment he crosses Inverness' bouncy bridge

Homeless campaigner offers 'heartfelt thanks' to city and hilarious moment he crosses Inverness' bouncy bridge

26 January 2024

A campaigner who has been rough sleeping in Inverness has given a 'heartfelt thanks' to everyone who has welcomed him to the city.


Inverness Taxis' owner and Safekab co-founder says 'hard work' is involved in road to success

25 January 2024
Inverness Taxis' owner and Safekab co-founder says 'hard work' is involved in road to success

Inverness Taxis' owner and Safekab co-founder says 'hard work' is involved in road to success

25 January 2024

From Norway to taxi firm mastermind, hard work paves the way for Safekab’s co-creator, Gavin Johnston.


Inverness M&S staff enjoy a dance around the store

24 January 2024
Inverness M&S staff enjoy a dance around the store

Inverness M&S staff enjoy a dance around the store

24 January 2024

Inverness M&S have taken to social media dancing about the store.


Former spokesman for Tony Blair announced as keynote speaker for Highland Business Dinner 2024

24 January 2024
Former spokesman for Tony Blair announced as keynote speaker for Highland Business Dinner 2024

Former spokesman for Tony Blair announced as keynote speaker for Highland Business Dinner 2024

24 January 2024

UK political thinker, Alastair Campbell, has been unveiled as the keynote speaker at the Inverness Chamber of Commerce Highland Business Dinner.


HOUSING CRISIS: Report shows 4000 homes are overcrowded in the Highlands

23 January 2024
HOUSING CRISIS: Report shows 4000 homes are overcrowded in the Highlands

HOUSING CRISIS: Report shows 4000 homes are overcrowded in the Highlands

23 January 2024

A new report has shown that over 30,500 homes in the Highland Council area face one or more forms of housing need.


Google searches for Ardross Castle rise by 4500 per cent during showing of The Traitors

22 January 2024
Google searches for Ardross Castle rise by 4500 per cent during showing of The Traitors

Google searches for Ardross Castle rise by 4500 per cent during showing of The Traitors

22 January 2024

Analysis of Google data reveals 'Ardross Castle' became more searched than Scotland's most popular castles.


'What I’ve witnessed has been heartbreaking' says campaigner rough sleeping in Inverness

22 January 2024
'What I’ve witnessed has been heartbreaking' says campaigner rough sleeping in Inverness

'What I’ve witnessed has been heartbreaking' says campaigner rough sleeping in Inverness

22 January 2024

Richie Roncero is in the midst of a campaign to highlight the stark realities of homelessness, by sleeping rough over eight weeks in eight cities.


'Everywhere resembled shrines' - Highland entrepreneur learns skill and creates successful business over 12 months of hard work

20 January 2024
'Everywhere resembled shrines' - Highland entrepreneur learns skill and creates successful business over 12 months of hard work

'Everywhere resembled shrines' - Highland entrepreneur learns skill and creates successful business over 12 months of hard work

20 January 2024

Meet Sandie Gordon, the owner of Candles from the Croft, a venture dedicated to crafting candles and fragrances sourced entirely from her Altass land.


Young Highland workers on a mission to find green solutions for their business

20 January 2024
Young Highland workers on a mission to find green solutions for their business

Young Highland workers on a mission to find green solutions for their business

20 January 2024

Seven young workers from across the Highlands are on a mission to find green solutions for their business.


Highland graduates of pilot course all get guaranteed job offers

19 January 2024
Highland graduates of pilot course all get guaranteed job offers

Highland graduates of pilot course all get guaranteed job offers

19 January 2024

The students of a new course that was introduced to address the skills shortage in the civil engineering industry were all guaranteed job offers.


Highlands and Islands Enterprise appoints new area manager

19 January 2024
Highlands and Islands Enterprise appoints new area manager

Highlands and Islands Enterprise appoints new area manager

19 January 2024

Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) has appointed a new area manager to lead its work across the Inner Moray Firth area.


'Tourist tax' legislation passes first hurdle in Scottish Parliament

18 January 2024
'Tourist tax' legislation passes first hurdle in Scottish Parliament

'Tourist tax' legislation passes first hurdle in Scottish Parliament

18 January 2024

Legislation which would give councils the power to introduce a visitor levy to raise funding has passed its first vote in Parliament.


Ballot to take place on renewal of Visit Inverness Loch Ness BID

18 January 2024
Ballot to take place on renewal of Visit Inverness Loch Ness BID

Ballot to take place on renewal of Visit Inverness Loch Ness BID

18 January 2024

A ballot is to be held to renew the Visit Inverness Loch Ness Tourism Business Improvement District (BID) for a further period of five years.


'Devastated' Inverness mother appeals for help to find son

17 January 2024
'Devastated' Inverness mother appeals for help to find son

'Devastated' Inverness mother appeals for help to find son

17 January 2024

An Inverness mother is appealing for help to find her son who was last seen at the Kessock Bridge in November.


Inverness rector says 'people could have been killed' after six pupils excluded for setting 'trap'

16 January 2024
Inverness rector says 'people could have been killed' after six pupils excluded for setting 'trap'

Inverness rector says 'people could have been killed' after six pupils excluded for setting 'trap'

16 January 2024

Nigel Engstrand issued pupils with a warning after a group of pupils sprayed washing up liquid on stairs and deliberately set off the fire alarm.


New £1.22m facility for renewables industry training set for Inverness

15 January 2024
New £1.22m facility for renewables industry training set for Inverness

New £1.22m facility for renewables industry training set for Inverness

15 January 2024

The £1.22m Renewable Energy Training Centre, being established by Aurora Energy Services (AES), will be the first of its kind in the region.


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