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Walking Together project at nature reserve in Inverness secures funding from National Lottery

25 October 2021
Walking Together project at nature reserve in Inverness secures funding from National Lottery

Walking Together project at nature reserve in Inverness secures funding from National Lottery

25 October 2021

Members of a walking project in Inverness are discovering new places and friendships thanks to National Lottery funding.


Well-attended Highland Climate Change Conference hailed as a timely conversation ahead of COP26

25 October 2021
Well-attended Highland Climate Change Conference hailed as a timely conversation ahead of COP26

Well-attended Highland Climate Change Conference hailed as a timely conversation ahead of COP26

25 October 2021

Community groups in the Highlands joined politicians and other organisations for a conference to discuss ways of tackling the climate emergency.


Woman (23) to be reported to Procurator Fiscal after bricks thrown at a shop window

25 October 2021
Woman (23) to be reported to Procurator Fiscal after bricks thrown at a shop window

Woman (23) to be reported to Procurator Fiscal after bricks thrown at a shop window

25 October 2021

A 23-year-old woman who was arrested after bricks were thrown at an Inverness shop window will be reported to the Procurator Fiscal.


Play parks and growing projects in Inverness to benefit from £700,000 injection

25 October 2021
Play parks and growing projects in Inverness to benefit from £700,000 injection

Play parks and growing projects in Inverness to benefit from £700,000 injection

25 October 2021

Play parks, growing projects and a befriending scheme are among outdoor facilities and projects in Inverness set to benefit from spending of £700,000.


Duo set up new print and publishing ventures following the closure of Inverness charity

24 October 2021
Duo set up new print and publishing ventures following the closure of Inverness charity

Duo set up new print and publishing ventures following the closure of Inverness charity

24 October 2021

Two new publishing and printing ventures have been set up following the closure of Inverness charity For The Right Reasons.


Business leaders who cycled 500 miles smash fundraising targets to raise £401k for Maggie's Highland

23 October 2021
Business leaders who cycled 500 miles smash fundraising targets to raise £401k for Maggie's Highland

Business leaders who cycled 500 miles smash fundraising targets to raise £401k for Maggie's Highland

23 October 2021

A team of business people has raised more than £401,000 for the Maggie’s Highland cancer support centre after completing a 500-mile cycle challenge.


Highland Climate Change Conference moves into day two after first day hailed a success

22 October 2021
Highland Climate Change Conference moves into day two after first day hailed a success

Highland Climate Change Conference moves into day two after first day hailed a success

22 October 2021

Topics ranging from eco tourism to jobs for a green recovery will be discussed today as the Highland Climate Change conference continues.


Don't suffer in silence if you are struggling with fuel poverty – help is at hand, says Highland Council

22 October 2021
Don't suffer in silence if you are struggling with fuel poverty – help is at hand, says Highland Council

Don't suffer in silence if you are struggling with fuel poverty – help is at hand, says Highland Council

22 October 2021

Residents in the Highlands are being urged not to suffer in silence if they are finding it hard to pay their fuel bills.


PICTURES: Dramatic skyscape photographs taken by pupils from Inverness Royal Academy feature in exhibition at shopping centre

21 October 2021
PICTURES: Dramatic skyscape photographs taken by pupils from Inverness Royal Academy feature in exhibition at shopping centre

PICTURES: Dramatic skyscape photographs taken by pupils from Inverness Royal Academy feature in exhibition at shopping centre

21 October 2021

Photographs depicting dramatic landscapes are being displayed in a month-long exhibition of work by pupils from Inverness Royal Academy.


Care home says safety and wellbeing of residents and staff is top priority after care worker removed from register following assault on resident

21 October 2021
Care home says safety and wellbeing of residents and staff is top priority after care worker removed from register following assault on resident

Care home says safety and wellbeing of residents and staff is top priority after care worker removed from register following assault on resident

21 October 2021

The owners of a Nairn care home say they support the decision to remove a care worker from the Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) register.


Tributes paid following death of former Highland Councillor who played pivotal role in planning visit of Dalai Lama to Inverness

21 October 2021
Tributes paid following death of former Highland Councillor who played pivotal role in planning visit of Dalai Lama to Inverness

Tributes paid following death of former Highland Councillor who played pivotal role in planning visit of Dalai Lama to Inverness

21 October 2021

Tributes have been paid following the death of a former Highland councillor who helped plan the visit by the Dalai Lama to Inverness.


Care worker removed from Scottish Social Services Council register following conviction for assault on disabled resident

21 October 2021
Care worker removed from Scottish Social Services Council register following conviction for assault on disabled resident

Care worker removed from Scottish Social Services Council register following conviction for assault on disabled resident

21 October 2021

An Inverness care worker convicted of an assault on a disabled resident has been struck off.


New map shows Inverness to be Scotland’s new adultery capital with an 'explosion' of affairs after the end of the coronavirus lockdown

20 October 2021
New map shows Inverness to be Scotland’s new adultery capital with an 'explosion' of affairs after the end of the coronavirus lockdown

New map shows Inverness to be Scotland’s new adultery capital with an 'explosion' of affairs after the end of the coronavirus lockdown

20 October 2021

A new map of adultery hotspots has shown Inverness to be the cheating capital of Scotland.


Highland Council issues appeal for information following vandalism to the controversial artwork The Gathering Place

20 October 2021
Highland Council issues appeal for information following vandalism to the controversial artwork The Gathering Place

Highland Council issues appeal for information following vandalism to the controversial artwork The Gathering Place

20 October 2021

Highland Council is urging anyone with information about those responsible for vandalism to a new artwork in Inverness to contact the police.


Scottish Government reporter dismisses appeal over £3m plan to convert dilapidated steading into rural retreat

19 October 2021
Scottish Government reporter dismisses appeal over £3m plan to convert dilapidated steading into rural retreat

Scottish Government reporter dismisses appeal over £3m plan to convert dilapidated steading into rural retreat

19 October 2021

A proposed £3 million rural holiday retreat outside Inverness has been turned down following a planning appeal.


Three colleges within the University of the Highlands and Islands reveal merger plan to develop one new college "of scale and impact"

19 October 2021
Three colleges within the University of the Highlands and Islands reveal merger plan to develop one new college "of scale and impact"

Three colleges within the University of the Highlands and Islands reveal merger plan to develop one new college "of scale and impact"

19 October 2021

Three colleges within the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) plan to merge to form a new college.


Graffiti appears on controversial new artwork The Gathering Place for the third time in just over a week

19 October 2021
Graffiti appears on controversial new artwork The Gathering Place for the third time in just over a week

Graffiti appears on controversial new artwork The Gathering Place for the third time in just over a week

19 October 2021

A controversial new riverside artwork in Inverness has been the target of vandalism for the third time in just over a week.


Announcement of road safety improvements at notorious A9 junction welcomed by MSP

18 October 2021
Announcement of road safety improvements at notorious A9 junction welcomed by MSP

Announcement of road safety improvements at notorious A9 junction welcomed by MSP

18 October 2021

The announcement that lighting is to be installed at the Munlochy junction on the A9 has been welcomed by Highlands and Islands MSP, Rhoda Grant.


Lighting to be installed around notorious A9 junction as Transport Scotland to consider further safety measures

18 October 2021
Lighting to be installed around notorious A9 junction as Transport Scotland to consider further safety measures

Lighting to be installed around notorious A9 junction as Transport Scotland to consider further safety measures

18 October 2021

Street lighting is set to be installed at the notorious Munlochy junction on the A9.


Inverness Hospital Radio to launch online broadcasting

17 October 2021
Inverness Hospital Radio to launch online broadcasting

Inverness Hospital Radio to launch online broadcasting

17 October 2021

Inverness Hospital Radio is set to mark a milestone in its history after the coronavirus pandemic curtailed 50th anniversary celebrations last year.


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