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Talks delayed on River Ness artwork plans

Talks delayed on River Ness artwork plans

Talks delayed on River Ness artwork plans

03 July 2019

A SPECIAL meeting to formally debate a controversial city artwork could be delayed until after the summer, it has emerged.


Budget is still not easy

Budget is still not easy

Budget is still not easy

03 July 2019

Highland Council has released details of its annual accounts which paint a mixed picture.


Just not fare: Commuters demand major changes to bus services

Just not fare: Commuters demand major changes to bus services

Just not fare: Commuters demand major changes to bus services

02 July 2019

ANGRY commuters have called for a complete overhaul of bus services in Inverness, with Stagecoach accused of putting profits ahead of customer needs.


City road to close for five days for resurfacing

City road to close for five days for resurfacing

City road to close for five days for resurfacing

02 July 2019

A stretch of a busy Inverness road will be closed for most of next week for resurfacing works.


Motorcyclist will be 'greatly missed'

Motorcyclist will be 'greatly missed'

Motorcyclist will be 'greatly missed'

02 July 2019

The family of a motorcyclist who died in an accident in Inverness at the weekend have said he will be "greatly missed".


Herbal cannabis valued at around £60,000 recovered in Inverness

Herbal cannabis valued at around £60,000 recovered in Inverness

Herbal cannabis valued at around £60,000 recovered in Inverness

02 July 2019

Police Scotland say it was recovered from a van stopped in the city.


Police appeal after motorbike is stolen

Police appeal after motorbike is stolen

Police appeal after motorbike is stolen

02 July 2019

A motorbike has been stolen from a shed in Inverness.


Public meetings to seek views on protection of Culloden Battlefield

Public meetings to seek views on protection of Culloden Battlefield

Public meetings to seek views on protection of Culloden Battlefield

02 July 2019

The National Trust for Scotland wants to establish what people feel would – and would not – be acceptable development within the conservation area.


‘Dangerous’ pavement pothole needs filling

‘Dangerous’ pavement pothole needs filling

‘Dangerous’ pavement pothole needs filling

02 July 2019

A GARAGE owner is calling for proper repairs to a large pavement pothole after an elderly lady fell over it.


Council to fly rainbow flag for Proud Ness

Council to fly rainbow flag for Proud Ness

Council to fly rainbow flag for Proud Ness

02 July 2019

Highland Council will fly the rainbow flag – the symbol of the LBGT+ rights movement – in Inverness on July 20 and 21 to show support for Proud Ness.


Theme for pride event

Theme for pride event

Theme for pride event

02 July 2019

Proud Ness organisers have announced a family-focused theme for next month’s event.


Film puts spotlight on teen pregnancy

Film puts spotlight on teen pregnancy

Film puts spotlight on teen pregnancy

02 July 2019

A TRIO of teenagers have created a film for young people which aims to raise awareness of the issues surrounding teen pregnancy.


City law firm changes hands

City law firm changes hands

City law firm changes hands

01 July 2019

EXPERIENCED lawyer Calum Duncan says his clients are in good hands as top law firm Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie takes over his independent practice.


MP keeps pressure on Westminster to settle Universal Credit bill

MP keeps pressure on Westminster to settle Universal Credit bill

MP keeps pressure on Westminster to settle Universal Credit bill

01 July 2019

MP Drew Hendry is pressing on the UK government to repay Highland Council cash after the region was used as the guinea pig for Universal Credit.


Trading standards warn householders to ‘be on guard’ to thwart energy scam

Trading standards warn householders to ‘be on guard’ to thwart energy scam

Trading standards warn householders to ‘be on guard’ to thwart energy scam

01 July 2019

Trading standards services are warning householders to be on their guard if they are approached by people wishing to install home energy products.


Changes to Eden Court’s board of directors

Changes to Eden Court’s board of directors

Changes to Eden Court’s board of directors

01 July 2019

Scotland’s largest combined arts venue, Eden Court, has announced changes to its board of directors.


One-car crash near Loch Ness

One-car crash near Loch Ness

One-car crash near Loch Ness

01 July 2019

A woman escaped serious injury following a one-car crash near Loch Ness.


Drink-driving: Crackdown catches 10 people in first week

Drink-driving: Crackdown catches 10 people in first week

Drink-driving: Crackdown catches 10 people in first week

01 July 2019

Ten drivers will be reported in connection with drink-driving offences in the Highlands and Islands during the last week.


New head teacher for Inverness primary school

New head teacher for Inverness primary school

New head teacher for Inverness primary school

01 July 2019

Ruth Mackay has been appointed as the new head teacher of Holm Primary School in Inverness.


Police appeal after attempted break-ins to two taxis

Police appeal after attempted break-ins to two taxis

Police appeal after attempted break-ins to two taxis

01 July 2019

Police are appealing for information after attempted break-ins to two taxis in Inverness.


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