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COLIN CAMPBELL: If lukewarm ‘fling’ is scrapped give Eden Court the chance to make merry

COLIN CAMPBELL: If lukewarm ‘fling’ is scrapped give Eden Court the chance to make merry

COLIN CAMPBELL: If lukewarm ‘fling’ is scrapped give Eden Court the chance to make merry

14 March 2024

The council should trim back this event to make it more economical and much more affordable.


NICKY MARR: Collaboration can mean learning from each other

NICKY MARR: Collaboration can mean learning from each other

NICKY MARR: Collaboration can mean learning from each other

13 March 2024

“If you want to go fast, go alone; if you want to go far, go together.”


INVERNESS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Wind Farms – can they benefit my local community?

INVERNESS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Wind Farms – can they benefit my local community?

INVERNESS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Wind Farms – can they benefit my local community?

13 March 2024

Inverness Chamber’s Executive Partner, BayWa r.e. UK Limited, discusses the benefits of wind farms to the local community.


JAMIE HALCRO JOHNSTON: Nationalist MSPs back bad budget

JAMIE HALCRO JOHNSTON: Nationalist MSPs back bad budget

JAMIE HALCRO JOHNSTON: Nationalist MSPs back bad budget

12 March 2024

New SNP/Green cuts further jeopardise essential services that many, including some of our most vulnerable residents, rely on, says our columnist.


BUSINESS INSIGHT: We can all make sure Nairn is spick and span

BUSINESS INSIGHT: We can all make sure Nairn is spick and span

BUSINESS INSIGHT: We can all make sure Nairn is spick and span

12 March 2024

We have had many discussions with the council about the fact it is their job to keep the streets of our town clean, says our columnist.


YOUR VIEWS: 'Improvement' plan for Academy Street in Inverness criticised and doubts over public spending priorities

YOUR VIEWS: 'Improvement' plan for Academy Street in Inverness criticised and doubts over public spending priorities

YOUR VIEWS: 'Improvement' plan for Academy Street in Inverness criticised and doubts over public spending priorities

12 March 2024

What has been exercising Courier readers this week?


FERGUS EWING: My 'crime' was standing up for my constituents

FERGUS EWING: My 'crime' was standing up for my constituents

FERGUS EWING: My 'crime' was standing up for my constituents

12 March 2024

'If my constituents had wanted a doormat, they would have gone to B&Q!' says our MSP.


ACTIVE OUTDOORS: Enforced new take on Inverness Half Marathon was a learning curve!

ACTIVE OUTDOORS: Enforced new take on Inverness Half Marathon was a learning curve!

ACTIVE OUTDOORS: Enforced new take on Inverness Half Marathon was a learning curve!

11 March 2024

John Davidson missed out on the annual event due to injury, and found being a spectator a whole new challenge...


POLITICS MATTERS: How will Budget impact us? Fuel duty freeze will be welcomed in north

POLITICS MATTERS: How will Budget impact us? Fuel duty freeze will be welcomed in north

POLITICS MATTERS: How will Budget impact us? Fuel duty freeze will be welcomed in north

10 March 2024

Higher cost of fuel in our area and the substantial mileages racked up for business or pleasure means car ownership is an expensive outlay for many.


MOTORS: Secret of success for MG HS is great value for money

MOTORS: Secret of success for MG HS is great value for money

MOTORS: Secret of success for MG HS is great value for money

10 March 2024

The look has been sharpened to be a touch more aggressive and meaningful, says our columnist.


YOUR VIEWS: Little substance in renewables scare stories

YOUR VIEWS: Little substance in renewables scare stories

YOUR VIEWS: Little substance in renewables scare stories

10 March 2024

Their distorted view of what renewable energy and net zero is, is frankly very worrying, says one letter writer.


CHRISTIAN VIEWPOINT: Whatever happens, in the end God will be there

CHRISTIAN VIEWPOINT: Whatever happens, in the end God will be there

CHRISTIAN VIEWPOINT: Whatever happens, in the end God will be there

10 March 2024

The Christians who most encourage me are...those who rest gently in the divine love for them, says our columnist.


Strictly Inverness 2024 diary: So nice, we've done it twice!

Strictly Inverness 2024 diary: So nice, we've done it twice!

Strictly Inverness 2024 diary: So nice, we've done it twice!

09 March 2024

It's back! Get a year’s subscription to our content for a £25 charity donation.


Strictly Inverness 2024 diary: So nice, we've done it twice!

Strictly Inverness 2024 diary: So nice, we've done it twice!

Strictly Inverness 2024 diary: So nice, we've done it twice!

09 March 2024

It's back! Get a year’s subscription to our content for a £25 charity donation.


PICTURE DETECTIVE: Do you recognise these mystery Highland photographs?

PICTURE DETECTIVE: Do you recognise these mystery Highland photographs?

PICTURE DETECTIVE: Do you recognise these mystery Highland photographs?

09 March 2024

Are you in our latest mystery photos, or do you know anyone who is? Do you remember any of the events?


BUSINESS INSIGHT: An ‘echo chamber’ approach to change persists in Inverness

BUSINESS INSIGHT: An ‘echo chamber’ approach to change persists in Inverness

BUSINESS INSIGHT: An ‘echo chamber’ approach to change persists in Inverness

08 March 2024

A BID Breakfast will be held to provide an update on Academy Street proposals.


Charlie Christie: Hearts v Celtic raised issues over decisions of VAR

Charlie Christie: Hearts v Celtic raised issues over decisions of VAR

Charlie Christie: Hearts v Celtic raised issues over decisions of VAR

08 March 2024

Decisions of VAR called into question.


COLIN CAMPBELL: Let’s hope this work on riverside isn’t like past fiascos

COLIN CAMPBELL: Let’s hope this work on riverside isn’t like past fiascos

COLIN CAMPBELL: Let’s hope this work on riverside isn’t like past fiascos

07 March 2024

Given the recent track record, we could be forgiven for anticipating that any civic project with the word “Riverside” could be problematic.


NICKY MARR: Mikeysline founder Ron Williamson remembered for being the change for mental health

NICKY MARR: Mikeysline founder Ron Williamson remembered for being the change for mental health

NICKY MARR: Mikeysline founder Ron Williamson remembered for being the change for mental health

06 March 2024

What a legacy Ron has left.


RHODA GRANT: Rural communities must see the gains of large-scale energy projects

RHODA GRANT: Rural communities must see the gains of large-scale energy projects

RHODA GRANT: Rural communities must see the gains of large-scale energy projects

05 March 2024

The Labour MSP says 'local benefit from these developments has not improved and communities are losing out.'


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