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Plans to double the capacity of a woodland Loch Ness holiday park faces opposition

Plans to double the capacity of a woodland Loch Ness holiday park faces opposition

Plans to double the capacity of a woodland Loch Ness holiday park faces opposition

30 March 2024

Plans to more than double the number of cabins at a leafy holiday park overlooking Loch Ness are facing opposition.


Food Hall in Inverness’s Victorian Market is full to bursting as all units are let

Food Hall in Inverness’s Victorian Market is full to bursting as all units are let

Food Hall in Inverness’s Victorian Market is full to bursting as all units are let

30 March 2024

More seating on menu for Inverness market Food Hall as customers clamour for tasty treats.


Loch Ness village’s move for new community facility takes major step forward

Loch Ness village’s move for new community facility takes major step forward

Loch Ness village’s move for new community facility takes major step forward

30 March 2024

Plan for new sport and community facility in Drumnadrochit by Loch Ness moves a step closer.


Broken Inverness bridge set to swing back into action - again

Broken Inverness bridge set to swing back into action - again

Broken Inverness bridge set to swing back into action - again

28 March 2024

A recently broken Inverness bridge could be back in action tomorrow.


£30m castle revamp passes latest milestone

£30m castle revamp passes latest milestone

£30m castle revamp passes latest milestone

28 March 2024

The £30m transformation of Inverness Castle into a tourist attraction has passed another small milestone - after some of the scaffolding was removed.


EXCLUSIVE: Council 'sorry' for Highland teacher’s 'inappropriate behaviour' towards girl (15)

EXCLUSIVE: Council 'sorry' for Highland teacher’s 'inappropriate behaviour' towards girl (15)

EXCLUSIVE: Council 'sorry' for Highland teacher’s 'inappropriate behaviour' towards girl (15)

28 March 2024

The local authority said ‘suitable and robust arrangements were not effectively put in place at school.’


‘Good’ and ‘satisfactory’ ratings for school after inspection

‘Good’ and ‘satisfactory’ ratings for school after inspection

‘Good’ and ‘satisfactory’ ratings for school after inspection

28 March 2024

Inspectors have given a Black Isle school a mix of ‘satisfactory’ and ‘good’ ratings following their most recent visit.


UPDATE: New Inverness Bus Gate link back up and running after early morning closure

UPDATE: New Inverness Bus Gate link back up and running after early morning closure

UPDATE: New Inverness Bus Gate link back up and running after early morning closure

28 March 2024

Buses are running again through a new Inverness public transport link route after ‘technical difficulties’ this morning.


New Inverness Bus Gate transport route hits ‘technical difficulties’ - after just three days

New Inverness Bus Gate transport route hits ‘technical difficulties’ - after just three days

New Inverness Bus Gate transport route hits ‘technical difficulties’ - after just three days

28 March 2024

A new public transport link in Inverness has hit difficulties — just three days after opening.


Resilience and challenges highlighted in new report for Highland primary school and nursery

Resilience and challenges highlighted in new report for Highland primary school and nursery

Resilience and challenges highlighted in new report for Highland primary school and nursery

27 March 2024

Quality of learning activities and progress monitoring were among the weakneses highlighted in a new report for a Highland primary school.


Alex Salmond: I would have ‘definitely finished the A9 by 2025’ as First Minister

Alex Salmond: I would have ‘definitely finished the A9 by 2025’ as First Minister

Alex Salmond: I would have ‘definitely finished the A9 by 2025’ as First Minister

26 March 2024

He hit out at recent statements that dualling may be delayed again by saying ‘if it is allowed to drift then it will drift into never never land.’


New retail plan lodged for vacant site in Longman Industrial Estate

New retail plan lodged for vacant site in Longman Industrial Estate

New retail plan lodged for vacant site in Longman Industrial Estate

26 March 2024

A vacant site next to Dreams bed store in the Longman set to be new retail unit if plan approved.


Broken Inverness bridge could be out of action until Thursday

Broken Inverness bridge could be out of action until Thursday

Broken Inverness bridge could be out of action until Thursday

26 March 2024

It is unclear how long it has been closed but it was seen to be out of action last night.


Raigmore Hospital bus link in Inverness finally operational after 13-year wait

Raigmore Hospital bus link in Inverness finally operational after 13-year wait

Raigmore Hospital bus link in Inverness finally operational after 13-year wait

25 March 2024

A long-planned public transport link in Inverness is now operational after a 13-year wait and controversy.


Consultation to consider future of Croy Primary School

Consultation to consider future of Croy Primary School

Consultation to consider future of Croy Primary School

25 March 2024

A Croy school could be closed and its school roll incorporated into plans for the new school at Tornagrain.


Food shop plan for Inverness estate

Food shop plan for Inverness estate

Food shop plan for Inverness estate

25 March 2024

Building firm granted planning permission in principle for a retail unit at Westercraigs estate in Inverness.


Greens call for Audit Scotland to Probe Highland Council over net zero targets

Greens call for Audit Scotland to Probe Highland Council over net zero targets

Greens call for Audit Scotland to Probe Highland Council over net zero targets

22 March 2024

Councillors Chris Ballance says 'I hope Audit Scotland will keep the council’s feet to the fire (literally) on this one.'


Highland Council’s £105,487-a-year education boss Nicky Grant is on ‘approved leave’

Highland Council’s £105,487-a-year education boss Nicky Grant is on ‘approved leave’

Highland Council’s £105,487-a-year education boss Nicky Grant is on ‘approved leave’

21 March 2024

The council refuses to say what 'approve leave' is or why the top official does not appear to have been at work since at least February 21.


UPDATE: Fortrose Academy loses both head teacher and deputy head to ‘approved leave’

UPDATE: Fortrose Academy loses both head teacher and deputy head to ‘approved leave’

UPDATE: Fortrose Academy loses both head teacher and deputy head to ‘approved leave’

21 March 2024

Questions are being asked what is behind the move but the council refuses to say what it means by ‘approved leave.’


Highland Council announces Fortrose Academy head teacher Jacquie Ross has been replaced

Highland Council announces Fortrose Academy head teacher Jacquie Ross has been replaced

Highland Council announces Fortrose Academy head teacher Jacquie Ross has been replaced

21 March 2024

The local authority says she is 'currently absent from work' and Gairloch High head Wim Chalmet is taking over for now.


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