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Highland locals at heart of Bught Park construction work in Inverness

Highland locals at heart of Bught Park construction work in Inverness

Highland locals at heart of Bught Park construction work in Inverness

11 April 2024

Major work to revamp Bught Park in Inverness has the Highlands at its heart after local workers were hired to carry out construction.


Tickets go on sale for Inverness Highland Games’ Big Top Ceilidh

Tickets go on sale for Inverness Highland Games’ Big Top Ceilidh

Tickets go on sale for Inverness Highland Games’ Big Top Ceilidh

10 April 2024

Some of the best traditional Scottish musicians will take on stage for the closing night of the Inverness Highland Games.


Cats and dogs in Inverness neighbourhood hit by mystery illness amid poisoning fears

Cats and dogs in Inverness neighbourhood hit by mystery illness amid poisoning fears

Cats and dogs in Inverness neighbourhood hit by mystery illness amid poisoning fears

10 April 2024

Highland Council admits it is baffled by a spate of cat and dog illnesses in an Inverness neighbourhood.


Beaufort Hotel gets five years planning permission with spruced up covid shelter in forecourt

Beaufort Hotel gets five years planning permission with spruced up covid shelter in forecourt

Beaufort Hotel gets five years planning permission with spruced up covid shelter in forecourt

10 April 2024

The Beaufort Hotel in Inverness wins five years planning permission for former covid shelter in forecourt.


£120,000 lottery donation will bring new interpretation of the revamped Northern Meeting Park

£120,000 lottery donation will bring new interpretation of the revamped Northern Meeting Park

£120,000 lottery donation will bring new interpretation of the revamped Northern Meeting Park

09 April 2024

The story of Inverness’s historic Northern Meeting Park will be spread thanks to £120,000 from lottery for new interpretation measures.


Flats plan sparks flash flooding fears on busy Inverness roads

Flats plan sparks flash flooding fears on busy Inverness roads

Flats plan sparks flash flooding fears on busy Inverness roads

08 April 2024

Residents in Scorguie have raised fears that plans for 12 new flats will worsen a known flash flooding hotspot on Clachnaharry Road.


Broken down A82 swing bridge in Inverness finally reopens to traffic

Broken down A82 swing bridge in Inverness finally reopens to traffic

Broken down A82 swing bridge in Inverness finally reopens to traffic

06 April 2024

Torvean Bridge finally reopened to traffic on Saturday after another repair.


Northern Meeting Park revamp to spark 7-month coach parking displacement

Northern Meeting Park revamp to spark 7-month coach parking displacement

Northern Meeting Park revamp to spark 7-month coach parking displacement

06 April 2024

Parking places will be lost temporarily at a key Inverness riverside site for almost 7 months while work is carried out on the Northern Meeting Park.


Funeral details revealed for popular Highland councillor following shock death

Funeral details revealed for popular Highland councillor following shock death

Funeral details revealed for popular Highland councillor following shock death

06 April 2024

Cllr Alasdair Rhind, who represented the Tain and Easter Ross ward, will be buried following a funeral service on Friday.


Careless Highlanders blamed for causing a series of explosions in East Lothian

Careless Highlanders blamed for causing a series of explosions in East Lothian

Careless Highlanders blamed for causing a series of explosions in East Lothian

05 April 2024

Highland householders are being blamed for causing a series of explosions at an East Lothian energy plant.


‘Our family has suffered immensely’ – parents speak out after teacher’s ‘inappropriate behaviour’ to girl (15)

‘Our family has suffered immensely’ – parents speak out after teacher’s ‘inappropriate behaviour’ to girl (15)

‘Our family has suffered immensely’ – parents speak out after teacher’s ‘inappropriate behaviour’ to girl (15)

05 April 2024

The family at the centre of the allegations now just wants to ‘move on with our lives’ but are satisfied their daughter has been ‘vindicated.’


Some Inverness streets not signposted properly opening Highland Council up to claims

Some Inverness streets not signposted properly opening Highland Council up to claims

Some Inverness streets not signposted properly opening Highland Council up to claims

04 April 2024

Disabled Councillor Andrew Jarvie appealed his city centre ticket which found ‘the entry sign is not a valid Restricted Parking Zone entry sign.’


A “font of knowledge, gentleman and friend” - politicians and community leaders unite in mourning at death of councillor

A “font of knowledge, gentleman and friend” - politicians and community leaders unite in mourning at death of councillor

A “font of knowledge, gentleman and friend” - politicians and community leaders unite in mourning at death of councillor

04 April 2024

Saddened community figures have called Cllr Alasdair Rhind a “font of knowledge, gentleman and friend”.


Torvean Bridge over Caledonian Canal suffers new problem just as new repair installed

Torvean Bridge over Caledonian Canal suffers new problem just as new repair installed

Torvean Bridge over Caledonian Canal suffers new problem just as new repair installed

04 April 2024

Torvean Bridge over Caledonian Canal suffers new problem just as two repairs are carried out.


EDWARD MOUNTAIN: MSPs ‘not welcome’ to inspect the Highland’s dilapidated schools

EDWARD MOUNTAIN: MSPs ‘not welcome’ to inspect the Highland’s dilapidated schools

EDWARD MOUNTAIN: MSPs ‘not welcome’ to inspect the Highland’s dilapidated schools

02 April 2024

He says it is ‘crucial’ schools ‘are not granted an exemption when it comes to political scrutiny.’


Councillor Andrew Jarvie cleared for saying ex-council boss ‘lied’ over Avonlea children’s home

Councillor Andrew Jarvie cleared for saying ex-council boss ‘lied’ over Avonlea children’s home

Councillor Andrew Jarvie cleared for saying ex-council boss ‘lied’ over Avonlea children’s home

02 April 2024

He was backed by Struan Mackie who accuses the council of ‘creating a culture of fear and intimidation.’


Online survey seeks public views on Local Place Plan for Nairn

Online survey seeks public views on Local Place Plan for Nairn

Online survey seeks public views on Local Place Plan for Nairn

02 April 2024

There is still time to fill in an online consultation to feed into the creation of a Local Place Plan (LPP) for Nairn.


Proposed hydro scheme in the Highlands would be among largest in UK

Proposed hydro scheme in the Highlands would be among largest in UK

Proposed hydro scheme in the Highlands would be among largest in UK

01 April 2024

Plans have been revealed for a pumped hydro storage scheme in the Highlands which would be one of the largest of its type in the UK.


Objection raised over plans for new Nairn Academy

Objection raised over plans for new Nairn Academy

Objection raised over plans for new Nairn Academy

01 April 2024

Concerns over tree protection and the possible move of the public library are among recent concerns raised over plans for the new Nairn Academy.


Community hub plan pushes on with latest piece of project

Community hub plan pushes on with latest piece of project

Community hub plan pushes on with latest piece of project

31 March 2024

Ambitious ongoing plans to put the “heart back” into a Black Isle village through the creation of a central hub have taken another big step.


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