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New police commander for the Highlands pledges to take on drug traffickers

18 September 2020
New police commander for the Highlands pledges to take on drug traffickers

New police commander for the Highlands pledges to take on drug traffickers

18 September 2020

Drug trafficking in the Highlands is one of the main targets of the region’s new top policeman.


Highland company wins enabling contract to begin transformation of Inverness Castle into major tourist attraction

18 September 2020
Highland company wins enabling contract to begin transformation of Inverness Castle into major tourist attraction

Highland company wins enabling contract to begin transformation of Inverness Castle into major tourist attraction

18 September 2020

The transformation of Inverness Castle is a step closer with the enabling contract being awarded to Compass Building and Construction Services.


Police arrest six people in Highlands and Islands in County Lines day of action targeting drug dealers

17 September 2020
Police arrest six people in Highlands and Islands in County Lines day of action targeting drug dealers

Police arrest six people in Highlands and Islands in County Lines day of action targeting drug dealers

17 September 2020

Police arrested six people and seized more than £14,000 of drugs in the Highlands and Islands as part of a Scotland-wide day of action.


Picture special: Poignant ceremony in Inverness marks 80th anniversary of Battle of Britain

16 September 2020
Picture special: Poignant ceremony in Inverness marks 80th anniversary of Battle of Britain

Picture special: Poignant ceremony in Inverness marks 80th anniversary of Battle of Britain

16 September 2020

Poignant tribute has been paid to those involved in a pivotal chapter of World War II at a ceremony in Inverness.


War of words at Culloden continues

16 September 2020
War of words at Culloden continues

War of words at Culloden continues

16 September 2020

A bitter war of words is continuing over controversial plans for a holiday village at Culloden.


Transport officers raise questions over Dame Ann Gloag's planned holiday development near Beauly

14 September 2020
Transport officers raise questions over Dame Ann Gloag's planned holiday development near Beauly

Transport officers raise questions over Dame Ann Gloag's planned holiday development near Beauly

14 September 2020

Controversial plans by business tycoon Dame Ann Gloag for a holiday development at Beaufort Castle near Beauly, have hit another stumbling block.


North Sea helicopter safety has improved since fatal crash off Shetland seven years ago

14 September 2020
North Sea helicopter safety has improved since fatal crash off Shetland seven years ago

North Sea helicopter safety has improved since fatal crash off Shetland seven years ago

14 September 2020

Helicopter safety on the North Sea has improved following a fatal crash in 2013 when four passengers died including an Inverness man.


Health bosses urge people in the Highlands to download new app to supress spread of coronavirus

14 September 2020
Health bosses urge people in the Highlands to download new app to supress spread of coronavirus

Health bosses urge people in the Highlands to download new app to supress spread of coronavirus

14 September 2020

People in the Highlands are being urged to download the new Protect Scotland app to supress the spread of coronavirus.


Interim executive chief officer for health and social care appointed by Highland Council

14 September 2020
Interim executive chief officer for health and social care appointed by Highland Council

Interim executive chief officer for health and social care appointed by Highland Council

14 September 2020

Highland Council has appointed Fiona Malcolm as interim executive chief officer with immediate effect for health and social care.


Invitation to invest in Loch Ness venture

14 September 2020
Invitation to invest in Loch Ness venture

Invitation to invest in Loch Ness venture

14 September 2020

A community-led venture to create a tourism and green transport hub near Loch Ness is inviting the public to invest in the project.


Eden Court pantomime postponed

12 September 2020
Eden Court pantomime postponed

Eden Court pantomime postponed

12 September 2020

Bosses at Eden Court Theatre in Inverness have taken the “incredibly difficult decision” to postpone its pantomime due to the coronavirus pandemic.


Inverness fashion student has work showcased in the Big Apple to raise awareness of mental health charity

12 September 2020
Inverness fashion student has work showcased in the Big Apple to raise awareness of mental health charity

Inverness fashion student has work showcased in the Big Apple to raise awareness of mental health charity

12 September 2020

An Inverness fashion design student who completed her degree alone in lockdown is having her work showcased during New York Fashion Week.


Inverness traders pay the price of the coronavirus pandemic

11 September 2020
Inverness traders pay the price of the coronavirus pandemic

Inverness traders pay the price of the coronavirus pandemic

11 September 2020

Traders in Inverness city centre stand to lose an estimated £15 million if office workers are still encouraged to work from home during the pandemic.


Crew of helicopter which crashed into the sea would have failed a training exam

11 September 2020
Crew of helicopter which crashed into the sea would have failed a training exam

Crew of helicopter which crashed into the sea would have failed a training exam

11 September 2020

The crew of a helicopter which crashed into the sea would failed a training exam with the same manner of flying, an inquiry has heard.


Eden Court theatre in Inverness postpones money-spinning Christmas pantomime until next year

11 September 2020
Eden Court theatre in Inverness postpones money-spinning Christmas pantomime until next year

Eden Court theatre in Inverness postpones money-spinning Christmas pantomime until next year

11 September 2020

Theatre bosses at Eden Court Theatre in Inverness have postponed this year's money-spinning pantomime due to the coronavirus pandemic.


Brave helicopter co-pilot helped to save lives in showing good presence of mind

10 September 2020
Brave helicopter co-pilot helped to save lives in showing good presence of mind

Brave helicopter co-pilot helped to save lives in showing good presence of mind

10 September 2020

The bravery and presence of mind of a helicopter co-pilot helped to save lives as the aircraft crashed off Shetland, an inquiry has been told.


Aviation scientist speaks about issues of pilot concentration at inquiry into fatal helicopter crash

09 September 2020
Aviation scientist speaks about issues of pilot concentration at inquiry into fatal helicopter crash

Aviation scientist speaks about issues of pilot concentration at inquiry into fatal helicopter crash

09 September 2020

Pilot concentration has been a longstanding issue, according to a witness at an inquiry into a fatal helicopter crash which killed an Inverness man.


War memorial targeted by vandals

09 September 2020
War memorial targeted by vandals

War memorial targeted by vandals

09 September 2020

VETERANS in Inverness have been left shocked and disappointed after the city's main war memorial was targeted by vandals.


Boardwalk in Inverness local nature reserve is saved – for now

08 September 2020
Boardwalk in Inverness local nature reserve is saved – for now

Boardwalk in Inverness local nature reserve is saved – for now

08 September 2020

An Inverness building contractor has stepped in to help preserve a well-used boardwalk at the heart of a community project in Inverness.


Annual remembrance parade cancelled due to pandemic

08 September 2020
Annual remembrance parade cancelled due to pandemic

Annual remembrance parade cancelled due to pandemic

08 September 2020

Inverness's remembrance to honour those who have died in conflict will not be staged this year.


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