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Transformation of Inverness Castle into major tourist attraction takes another step forward

18 January 2021
Transformation of Inverness Castle into major tourist attraction takes another step forward

Transformation of Inverness Castle into major tourist attraction takes another step forward

18 January 2021

The transformation of Inverness Castle into a tourist attraction has taken another step forward with statutory planning applications being lodged.


Historian Sir Tom Devine among line-up for Highland literary festival

16 January 2021
Historian Sir Tom Devine among line-up for Highland literary festival

Historian Sir Tom Devine among line-up for Highland literary festival

16 January 2021

Scottish historian Sir Tom Devine and Irish broadcaster Peter Geoghegan are among the names lined-up for this year's Ullapool Book Festival.


New rail station at Inverness Airport 'must meet needs of Highlanders from day one' says MSP

16 January 2021
New rail station at Inverness Airport 'must meet needs of Highlanders from day one' says MSP

New rail station at Inverness Airport 'must meet needs of Highlanders from day one' says MSP

16 January 2021

Ambitious plans for a new rail station at Inverness Airport must "meet the needs of Highlanders from day one, a Highlands and Islands MSP has argued.


New chief appointed at charity working for children and families in north of Scotland

15 January 2021
New chief appointed at charity working for children and families in north of Scotland

New chief appointed at charity working for children and families in north of Scotland

15 January 2021

A charity which works to make a difference to sick children and their families including those in the Highlands has a new chief.


Online enrolment announced for 2021 primary and early learning and childcare places in the Highlands

15 January 2021
Online enrolment announced for 2021 primary and early learning and childcare places in the Highlands

Online enrolment announced for 2021 primary and early learning and childcare places in the Highlands

15 January 2021

Parents and carers are being invited by Highland Council to enrol their child online for primary one for this school year starting August 17.


Early days of Highland radio station remembered in new book

12 January 2021
Early days of Highland radio station remembered in new book

Early days of Highland radio station remembered in new book

12 January 2021

Stories from the early years of the UK’s smallest independent radio station, based in Inverness, are outlined in a new book.


Recalling the early years when the UK's smallest independent radio station in the Highlands ruled the airwaves

12 January 2021
Recalling the early years when the UK's smallest independent radio station in the Highlands ruled the airwaves

Recalling the early years when the UK's smallest independent radio station in the Highlands ruled the airwaves

12 January 2021

Stories from the early years of the UK’s smallest independent radio station based in Inverness are outlined in a new book.


Community food project in the Highlands keeps on growing

12 January 2021
Community food project in the Highlands keeps on growing

Community food project in the Highlands keeps on growing

12 January 2021

A community food growing project in Inverness is spreading its roots after joining forces with a city medical practice,


Work set to start on £42 million world-class treatment centre in the Highlands

12 January 2021
Work set to start on £42 million world-class treatment centre in the Highlands

Work set to start on £42 million world-class treatment centre in the Highlands

12 January 2021

Construction work is finally set to begin in earnest on the £42 million world-class National Treatment Centre Highland in Inverness early this year.


Expert on historic buses in Scotland travels back in time in new book featuring photographs of Highland locations

12 January 2021
Expert on historic buses in Scotland travels back in time in new book featuring photographs of Highland locations

Expert on historic buses in Scotland travels back in time in new book featuring photographs of Highland locations

12 January 2021

Vintage buses photographed at locations around the Highlands feature in a new book by a retired consultant surgeon.


Financial support extended to Scotland's hospitality, retail and leisure businesses hit by coronavirus pandemic

11 January 2021
Financial support extended to Scotland's hospitality, retail and leisure businesses hit by coronavirus pandemic

Financial support extended to Scotland's hospitality, retail and leisure businesses hit by coronavirus pandemic

11 January 2021

A significant top-up to the grant support for hospitality, retail and leisure businesses in Scotland closed by level four restrictions will be paid.


First woman in Scotland to be ordained as a pastor in Apostolic Church says coronavirus pandemic has knocked people

10 January 2021
First woman in Scotland to be ordained as a pastor in Apostolic Church says coronavirus pandemic has knocked people

First woman in Scotland to be ordained as a pastor in Apostolic Church says coronavirus pandemic has knocked people

10 January 2021

As a new year dawns, an Inverness woman is looking forward as the first woman in Scotland to be ordained as a pastor in the Apostolic Church.


Highland bakery has new recipe to artists

10 January 2021
Highland bakery has new recipe to artists

Highland bakery has new recipe to artists

10 January 2021

Customers at a baker’s shop and cafe in Inverness will be able to admire work by local artists when popping in to buy their loaves of bread.


New lockdown will be "painful" warns Highland business leader as he calls for easy-to-access funding

10 January 2021
New lockdown will be "painful" warns Highland business leader as he calls for easy-to-access funding

New lockdown will be "painful" warns Highland business leader as he calls for easy-to-access funding

10 January 2021

Concerns have been raised that the traditional Easter start to the main tourist season could be hit by the stricter coronavirus restrictions.


Tribute paid to Highland restaurateur who set the standards for fine dining

08 January 2021
Tribute paid to Highland restaurateur who set the standards for fine dining

Tribute paid to Highland restaurateur who set the standards for fine dining

08 January 2021

Tribute has been paid to a visionary restaurateur credited for introducing fine dining to Inverness.


World-renowned chef Albert Roux who had close links with the Highlands dies aged 85

06 January 2021
World-renowned chef Albert Roux who had close links with the Highlands dies aged 85

World-renowned chef Albert Roux who had close links with the Highlands dies aged 85

06 January 2021

Internationally-renowned chef and restaurateur Albert Roux has died at the age of 85.


Car dealership with branch in Inverness says it is following new coronavirus regulations

06 January 2021
Car dealership with branch in Inverness says it is following new coronavirus regulations

Car dealership with branch in Inverness says it is following new coronavirus regulations

06 January 2021

A car dealership with a branch in Inverness has said it is complying with the new stricter coronavirus regulations introduced in Scotland this week.


Vintage watch expert hopes to discover more about history of pocket watch made in Inverness

06 January 2021
Vintage watch expert hopes to discover more about history of pocket watch made in Inverness

Vintage watch expert hopes to discover more about history of pocket watch made in Inverness

06 January 2021

A German expert on vintage watches is hoping to uncover the history of a pocket watch which originated in Inverness.


Highland theatre boss named as One To Watch in 2021

05 January 2021
Highland theatre boss named as One To Watch in 2021

Highland theatre boss named as One To Watch in 2021

05 January 2021

The boss of Eden Court Theatre in Inverness has recognised for his work during a year dominated by the coronavirus pandemic.


Plea for more help for small businesses as new coronavirus lockdown in Scotland to cause 'more heartbreak'

04 January 2021
Plea for more help for small businesses as new coronavirus lockdown in Scotland to cause 'more heartbreak'

Plea for more help for small businesses as new coronavirus lockdown in Scotland to cause 'more heartbreak'

04 January 2021

The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) is urging the Scottish Government to provide more help to see smaller firms through the coronavirus crisis.


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