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Tragic death of man who attempted 1950s world water speed record on Loch Ness is recalled

Tragic death of man who attempted 1950s world water speed record on Loch Ness is recalled

Tragic death of man who attempted 1950s world water speed record on Loch Ness is recalled

22 September 2022

A special exhibition will revisit the story of John Cobb's world record attempt.


Text to Audio software launched across websites

Text to Audio software launched across websites

Text to Audio software launched across websites

22 September 2022

Highland News & Media are pleased to announce the launch of a new text to audio function for online articles.


Covers back on at Swartigill as archaeology team assess the latest discoveries at Iron Age site in Caithness – ancient bead highlights possible Caithness connections with the Roman Empire

Covers back on at Swartigill as archaeology team assess the latest discoveries at Iron Age site in Caithness – ancient bead highlights possible Caithness connections with the Roman Empire

Covers back on at Swartigill as archaeology team assess the latest discoveries at Iron Age site in Caithness – ancient bead highlights possible Caithness connections with the Roman Empire

20 September 2022

The Iron Age site at Swartigill has yielded up its treasures with one artefact showing a possible connection between Caithness and the Roman Empire.


Karen Gillan 'felt like a slug' during lockdown

Karen Gillan 'felt like a slug' during lockdown

Karen Gillan 'felt like a slug' during lockdown

20 September 2022

Karen Gillan says she has only recently realised how good exercise is for her, mentally as well as physically.


CD Corp explain how Business Gateway played a key role in their NFT success

CD Corp explain how Business Gateway played a key role in their NFT success

CD Corp explain how Business Gateway played a key role in their NFT success

20 September 2022

For many people in Scotland, the last two years have signified a change in personal and professional circumstances and habits.


Plastic not so fantastic at all

Plastic not so fantastic at all

Plastic not so fantastic at all

18 September 2022

An inspiring and thought-provoking exhibition called 'Our Plastic Ocean' by an international award-winning photographer is on show in Inverness.


LONG READ: Charity looks at the future as chapter closes on rewilding apprenticeships

LONG READ: Charity looks at the future as chapter closes on rewilding apprenticeships

LONG READ: Charity looks at the future as chapter closes on rewilding apprenticeships

16 September 2022

The Skills for Rewilding programme sought to give apprentices the opportunity to live at Dundreggan and learn the skills of the trade.


Leading law firm welcomes four new trainees

Leading law firm welcomes four new trainees

Leading law firm welcomes four new trainees

16 September 2022

Leading Scottish law firm Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP (WJM) has welcomed four new aspiring solicitors across three of its Scottish offices.


Award-winning author set to host Outlander fan event at Eden Court

Award-winning author set to host Outlander fan event at Eden Court

Award-winning author set to host Outlander fan event at Eden Court

14 September 2022

A HIGHLAND-based historian will be hosting an interview with the author of the best-selling Outlander book series at Eden Court next month.


Charities come together to highlight suicide prevention support in the community

Charities come together to highlight suicide prevention support in the community

Charities come together to highlight suicide prevention support in the community

14 September 2022

HIGHLAND mental health support charities teamed up on Saturday to offer a free drop-in event on World Suicide Prevention Day.


ALISON LAURIE-CHALMERS: Chronic respiratory infections can be serious for cats

ALISON LAURIE-CHALMERS: Chronic respiratory infections can be serious for cats

ALISON LAURIE-CHALMERS: Chronic respiratory infections can be serious for cats

14 September 2022

Buttercup was a lovely, petite tortoiseshell cat. She was a frequent visitor to the clinic, as she had chronic rhinitis symptoms.


Strange creature seen snaking across road near north village

Strange creature seen snaking across road near north village

Strange creature seen snaking across road near north village

12 September 2022

An unusual animal that has been mistaken by some UK residents as a snake was seen making its way across a byroad near Watten.


FROM THE ARCHIVES: Stone’s story is integral to city

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Stone’s story is integral to city

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Stone’s story is integral to city

11 September 2022

The Clachnacuddin Stone has been associated with the history of Inverness for centuries, writes Margaret MacDougall.


SSE Renewables invests in people and their communities

SSE Renewables invests in people and their communities

SSE Renewables invests in people and their communities

11 September 2022

Home to the widest spread of SSE Renewables’ community funds, the region hosts 13 developments that provide community benefit.


Warning to retailers as Trading Standards say dangerous vaping products being sold in Highlands

Warning to retailers as Trading Standards say dangerous vaping products being sold in Highlands

Warning to retailers as Trading Standards say dangerous vaping products being sold in Highlands

10 September 2022

Retailers across the Highlands are being warned to ensure they are keeping within the law if they are selling vapes.


Clear recycling opportunities in Nairn

Clear recycling opportunities in Nairn

Clear recycling opportunities in Nairn

09 September 2022

Specsavers in Nairn has been offering customers the chance to recycle their glasses and contact lenses.


How to talk to children about the death of The Queen

How to talk to children about the death of The Queen

How to talk to children about the death of The Queen

09 September 2022

Childhood bereavement charity Winston’s Wish has shared ways you can talk to children about the death of Queen Elizabeth II.


STEWART NICOL: "Addressing this energy cost crisis has to be the number one item in the inbox of the new Prime Minister."

STEWART NICOL: "Addressing this energy cost crisis has to be the number one item in the inbox of the new Prime Minister."

STEWART NICOL: "Addressing this energy cost crisis has to be the number one item in the inbox of the new Prime Minister."

07 September 2022

The Inverness Chamber of Commerce chief executive discusses the extreme exposure businesses face as energy costs soar.


Highlands and Islands Enterprise announce results for 2021/22

Highlands and Islands Enterprise announce results for 2021/22

Highlands and Islands Enterprise announce results for 2021/22

07 September 2022

Figures compiled by HIE show that businesses and communities supported by the agency achieved a strong performance.


Profit on the top for helicopter business

Profit on the top for helicopter business

Profit on the top for helicopter business

07 September 2022

Pre-tax profit has been on the rise for an Inverness helicopter firm. It came despite PLM Dollar Group experiencing a recent drop in turnover.


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