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£480m power line plan proposed

£480m power line plan proposed

£480m power line plan proposed

17 October 2022

A PLANNING application has been submitted for a £480 million replacement power line between Fort Augustus and Skye.


Caley Thistle Women's win "worlds away" from previous setbacks

Caley Thistle Women's win "worlds away" from previous setbacks

Caley Thistle Women's win "worlds away" from previous setbacks

16 October 2022

Goalscorer Natalie Bodiam believes ICT Women's display in a 3–0 win over Hutchison Vale was "worlds away" from their previous disappointing results.


FERGUS EWING: ‘Rural proofing’ needed in cost of living plans

FERGUS EWING: ‘Rural proofing’ needed in cost of living plans

FERGUS EWING: ‘Rural proofing’ needed in cost of living plans

14 October 2022

The cost of living crisis dominates the world of politics and rightly so.


LORRAINE BREMNER MCBRIDE: This great response shows very clearly that people really do love and support our local city centre businesses

LORRAINE BREMNER MCBRIDE: This great response shows very clearly that people really do love and support our local city centre businesses

LORRAINE BREMNER MCBRIDE: This great response shows very clearly that people really do love and support our local city centre businesses

14 October 2022

Firstly, many thanks to everyone who took the time to vote for the Inverness City Centre BID awards (sponsored by the Inverness Courier).


SHINTY - Boss says three straight defeats likely to cost Inverness title

SHINTY - Boss says three straight defeats likely to cost Inverness title

SHINTY - Boss says three straight defeats likely to cost Inverness title

13 October 2022

Title fate is now out of their hands.


Nicky Marr: Please give Renee’s family some closure

Nicky Marr: Please give Renee’s family some closure

Nicky Marr: Please give Renee’s family some closure

09 October 2022

Grief runs to its own timetable in each of us, impacts us all differently, and going through it is a far-from linear process.


WATCH: High Life Highland volunteers and staff are praised at annual awards

WATCH: High Life Highland volunteers and staff are praised at annual awards

WATCH: High Life Highland volunteers and staff are praised at annual awards

07 October 2022

Volunteers and staff from High Life Highland who went above and beyond for their work to make lives better for others were recognised last night.


'I was uncomfortable being so close to someone I believed was a double murderer'

'I was uncomfortable being so close to someone I believed was a double murderer'

'I was uncomfortable being so close to someone I believed was a double murderer'

05 October 2022

Inverness Courier columnist Bill McAllister recalls reporting the Renee and Andrew MacRae mystery over the years.


RENEE AND ANDREW MACRAE: MacDowell believed he had escaped the long arm of the law, top criminologist David Wilson claims

RENEE AND ANDREW MACRAE: MacDowell believed he had escaped the long arm of the law, top criminologist David Wilson claims

RENEE AND ANDREW MACRAE: MacDowell believed he had escaped the long arm of the law, top criminologist David Wilson claims

04 October 2022

A top criminologist has said that William MacDowell firmly believed he had got away with the 1976 double murder of Renee MacRae and her son Andrew.


'Did I think after my interview with MacDowell that he could have been the murderer?'

'Did I think after my interview with MacDowell that he could have been the murderer?'

'Did I think after my interview with MacDowell that he could have been the murderer?'

04 October 2022

Highland News and Media reporter Neil Macphail recalls reporting the Renee and Andrew MacRae mystery over the years.


RENEE AND ANDREW MACRAE: MacDowell believed he had escaped the long arm of the law, top criminologist David Wilson claims

RENEE AND ANDREW MACRAE: MacDowell believed he had escaped the long arm of the law, top criminologist David Wilson claims

RENEE AND ANDREW MACRAE: MacDowell believed he had escaped the long arm of the law, top criminologist David Wilson claims

03 October 2022

A top criminologist has said that William MacDowell firmly believed he had got away with the 1976 double murder of Renee MacRae and her son Andrew.


'Most horrible aspect of the Renee MacRae tragedy was what happened to her son Andrew'

'Most horrible aspect of the Renee MacRae tragedy was what happened to her son Andrew'

'Most horrible aspect of the Renee MacRae tragedy was what happened to her son Andrew'

03 October 2022

Former Inverness Courier owner Stuart Lindsay recalls reporting the Renee and Andrew MacRae mystery over the years.


Nicky Marr: Fergus Ewing – the right kind of politician

Nicky Marr: Fergus Ewing – the right kind of politician

Nicky Marr: Fergus Ewing – the right kind of politician

02 October 2022

It’s the question on everyone’s lips; what do we really want from our elected representatives?


MOTORS: Road test – Supra effort as Toyota legend gets revamp

MOTORS: Road test – Supra effort as Toyota legend gets revamp

MOTORS: Road test – Supra effort as Toyota legend gets revamp

02 October 2022

Of all the names from the past there are a few special ones which stand out and bring a misty-eyed look to the face of any committed petrolhead.


YOUR VIEWS: Town House saga: 'last time I checked, Glenurquhart Road was still in the Inverness city area'

YOUR VIEWS: Town House saga: 'last time I checked, Glenurquhart Road was still in the Inverness city area'

YOUR VIEWS: Town House saga: 'last time I checked, Glenurquhart Road was still in the Inverness city area'

02 October 2022

Inverness Central councillor issues contribution about no longer holding committee meetings at the city's Town House.


CHARLES BANNERMAN: Why spend money restoring this ‘useless’ building?

CHARLES BANNERMAN: Why spend money restoring this ‘useless’ building?

CHARLES BANNERMAN: Why spend money restoring this ‘useless’ building?

02 October 2022

When you voted for your Highland councillors, you thought you were choosing someone who would see community interests as their top priority?


No pain, no gain in 10k for Chalmers

No pain, no gain in 10k for Chalmers

No pain, no gain in 10k for Chalmers

01 October 2022

Sean Chalmers will have to battle stomach and groin issues as well as the rest of the field if he is to retain his River Ness 10k title.


Hat trick goal could tempt Keith to compete

Hat trick goal could tempt Keith to compete

Hat trick goal could tempt Keith to compete

30 September 2022

Megan Keith is in two minds on whether to enter the River Ness 10k on Sunday, but the Inverness Harrier could make it a hat trick of wins if she does.


Landmark deemed "unfit for purpose" as attempt to bring back city meetings is rejected

Landmark deemed "unfit for purpose" as attempt to bring back city meetings is rejected

Landmark deemed "unfit for purpose" as attempt to bring back city meetings is rejected

29 September 2022

A BID to bring Inverness Area Committee meetings back to the Town House was rejected after a strong debate.


Kosgei eyeing up Loch Ness record

Kosgei eyeing up Loch Ness record

Kosgei eyeing up Loch Ness record

29 September 2022

Isaiah Kosgei will return to the Loch Ness Marathon for the first time since winning gold in 2019 – and this time he wants the course record.


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