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Another Highland secondary hit as pupil tests positive for Covid-19

Another Highland secondary hit as pupil tests positive for Covid-19

Another Highland secondary hit as pupil tests positive for Covid-19

21 September 2020

A second Highland school has been hit by coronavirus following confirmation of a case involving a pupil at a secondary in Ross-shire.


Two confirmed cases of Covid–19 at Inverness garden centre café

Two confirmed cases of Covid–19 at Inverness garden centre café

Two confirmed cases of Covid–19 at Inverness garden centre café

21 September 2020

Two kitchen staff at a popular Inverness garden centre café have tested positive for Covid–19.


First Minister confirms new restrictions will be announced this week amid fears of a rising Covid infection rate

First Minister confirms new restrictions will be announced this week amid fears of a rising Covid infection rate

First Minister confirms new restrictions will be announced this week amid fears of a rising Covid infection rate

21 September 2020

Nicola Sturgeon said she had worked through the weekend with advisors but no final decision on the measures had yet been taken


Two new Covid-19 infections confirmed in NHS Highland area

Two new Covid-19 infections confirmed in NHS Highland area

Two new Covid-19 infections confirmed in NHS Highland area

21 September 2020

ONLY two new cases of Covid-19 were diagnosed in the NHS Highland area in the past day.


Nebula takes on Thor as Hollywood star Karen Gillan 'battles it out' in aid of Mikeysline

Nebula takes on Thor as Hollywood star Karen Gillan 'battles it out' in aid of Mikeysline

Nebula takes on Thor as Hollywood star Karen Gillan 'battles it out' in aid of Mikeysline

21 September 2020

AVENGERS Thor and Nebula are battling it out in the Twittersphere ­– with Inverness-based charity Mikeysline hoping to benefit.


Police hunt vandals after fire at school's outdoor classroom

Police hunt vandals after fire at school's outdoor classroom

Police hunt vandals after fire at school's outdoor classroom

21 September 2020

"HORRIBLE" vandalism at a primary school has left a parent council saddened, after "significant" damage was done to a vital outdoor classroom.


Celebrations on Loch Ness are in top ten of small wedding destinations - with couples hoping Nessie might make an appearance

Celebrations on Loch Ness are in top ten of small wedding destinations - with couples hoping Nessie might make an appearance

Celebrations on Loch Ness are in top ten of small wedding destinations - with couples hoping Nessie might make an appearance

21 September 2020

Loch Ness has been named as one of the most desired destinations for a small wedding by holiday website, www.lastminute-cottages.co.uk.


'Giant jellyfish sting nearly killed me': Wild swimmer's brush with death after severe allergy

'Giant jellyfish sting nearly killed me': Wild swimmer's brush with death after severe allergy

'Giant jellyfish sting nearly killed me': Wild swimmer's brush with death after severe allergy

21 September 2020

A WILD swimmer who feels lucky to be alive after a terrifying allergic reaction to a jellyfish sting, has warned others to take care in the water.


Big boxes of books is like Christmas

Big boxes of books is like Christmas

Big boxes of books is like Christmas

21 September 2020

Customers travel from across the Highlands and Islands to buy books from the Inverness branch of Waterstones.


Driver praised after stepping in to stop brutal street attack

Driver praised after stepping in to stop brutal street attack

Driver praised after stepping in to stop brutal street attack

21 September 2020

A court has heard how a passing driver stopped as she saw a man being attacked in the street.


Squirrel spotters sought! Charity hopes sightings will help assess Highland conservation efforts

Squirrel spotters sought! Charity hopes sightings will help assess Highland conservation efforts

Squirrel spotters sought! Charity hopes sightings will help assess Highland conservation efforts

21 September 2020

SIGHTINGS of red squirrels could help to boost efforts to reintroduce the much-loved species to parts of the Highlands.


PICTURES: City Seen Flashback

PICTURES: City Seen Flashback

PICTURES: City Seen Flashback

20 September 2020

Do you recognise anyone you know?


A welcome windfall for Inverness-based hospice

A welcome windfall for Inverness-based hospice

A welcome windfall for Inverness-based hospice

20 September 2020

During lockdown, the Inverness-based charity had to cancel all of its face-to-face fundraising, and faced a funding shortfall of £750,000.


Green future for Inverness water treatment works

Green future for Inverness water treatment works

Green future for Inverness water treatment works

20 September 2020

A £450,000 project to install more than 1300 solar panels has been completed at Scottish Water’s water treatment works.


Shoplifter blamed cut in benefits

Shoplifter blamed cut in benefits

Shoplifter blamed cut in benefits

20 September 2020

A man walked out of an Inverness supermarket with £300 worth of food in his trolley.


Eight more Covid-19 cases diagnosed in the NHS Highland area

Eight more Covid-19 cases diagnosed in the NHS Highland area

Eight more Covid-19 cases diagnosed in the NHS Highland area

20 September 2020

The cumulative number of coronavirus cases across the Highlands has risen to 557 according to figures published today.


Black Isle tartan mill produces natural fabric face covering

Black Isle tartan mill produces natural fabric face covering

Black Isle tartan mill produces natural fabric face covering

20 September 2020

The only tartan weaving mill in the Highlands has launched a unique face covering service.


Heroic failure in bid for NC500 glory

Heroic failure in bid for NC500 glory

Heroic failure in bid for NC500 glory

20 September 2020

An Inverness cyclist is already contemplating another North Coast 500 record-breaking attempt after enduring heroic failure in terrible weather.


Thief 'determined not to appear in court again'

Thief 'determined not to appear in court again'

Thief 'determined not to appear in court again'

20 September 2020

A sheriff told a 30-year-old Inverness man he would make her “very happy” if she never saw him in court again.


Strong list of outdoor books helps to build success story

Strong list of outdoor books helps to build success story

Strong list of outdoor books helps to build success story

19 September 2020

Robert Davidson set up Sandstone Press in 2002 and he has since worked closely with a number of authors to produce successful books.


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