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A96 upgrade vital for future economy

A96 upgrade vital for future economy

A96 upgrade vital for future economy

20 July 2019

CONTINUED commitment to the A96 upgrade, between Inverness and Aberdeen, is vital for the future prosperity of the region it has been claimed.


Bottle banks left unemptied

Bottle banks left unemptied

Bottle banks left unemptied

20 July 2019

RESIDENTS are being urged keep their empty glass bottles at home until the bottle banks in Inverness and the Highlands can be emptied.


ICYMI: A taste of Bella for music lovers – 28 pictures

ICYMI: A taste of Bella for music lovers – 28 pictures

ICYMI: A taste of Bella for music lovers – 28 pictures

20 July 2019

A FIRST taste of some of the acts lined up for this year’s Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival was available for music lovers at Eden Court in Inverness.


Summer holidays are not so far flung

Summer holidays are not so far flung

Summer holidays are not so far flung

20 July 2019

MOST people in Inverness will be sticking close to home this summer, according to a hospitality firm.


Airport sees access rating slip

Airport sees access rating slip

Airport sees access rating slip

20 July 2019

INVERNESS Airport has seen a slip in its rating for access for disabled travellers, from “very good” to “good”.


Business Gateway’s decade of difference

Business Gateway’s decade of difference

Business Gateway’s decade of difference

20 July 2019

AS it marks its 10th anniversary in Inverness, new figures have revealed the decade of difference Business Gateway has made to the region.


Bursting with pride in Inverness

Bursting with pride in Inverness

Bursting with pride in Inverness

19 July 2019

IT’S party time in Inverness this weekend as the city gets set for three days of fun to which everyone is welcome.


‘Polite protest’ on bikes

‘Polite protest’ on bikes

‘Polite protest’ on bikes

19 July 2019

CYCLISTS are gearing up for a “polite protest” against changes to a major city road they say do not take account of their needs.


DON’T MISS: Fun-filled weekend for Inverness

DON’T MISS: Fun-filled weekend for Inverness

DON’T MISS: Fun-filled weekend for Inverness

19 July 2019

A busy fun-filled weekend for Inverness kicks off tonight with pipes and Highland dancing plus strength contests.


Apology and plea ahead of planned airport strikes over pay

Apology and plea ahead of planned airport strikes over pay

Apology and plea ahead of planned airport strikes over pay

19 July 2019

THE north's airports boss has issued an apology ahead of three days of planned strikes over pay.


Vandalism at Nairn Courthouse Tower

Vandalism at Nairn Courthouse Tower

Vandalism at Nairn Courthouse Tower

19 July 2019

SEVERAL buildings in Nairn have been targeted by vandals – including the town's courthouse tower.


Former hotel goes on sale

Former hotel goes on sale

Former hotel goes on sale

19 July 2019

An impressive Victorian house in Nairn is on sale for offers of more than £775,000.


New website seeks public help to study impact of plastics and debris on Highland birds

New website seeks public help to study impact of plastics and debris on Highland birds

New website seeks public help to study impact of plastics and debris on Highland birds

19 July 2019

A WEBSITE launched by the University of the Highlands and Islands is seeking information about the interaction between birds and debris like plastics.


Man placed on Sex Offenders' Register over messages to child

Man placed on Sex Offenders' Register over messages to child

Man placed on Sex Offenders' Register over messages to child

19 July 2019

Ian Simpson admitted messaging the 12-year-old girl through social media for his own sexual gratification.


Inspirational Highland volunteer group wins Diabetes Scotland award

Inspirational Highland volunteer group wins Diabetes Scotland award

Inspirational Highland volunteer group wins Diabetes Scotland award

19 July 2019

The work of a Highland volunteer group has been recognised with a national award from charity Diabetes Scotland.


Green move for festival

Green move for festival

Green move for festival

19 July 2019

Reverse vending machines for recycling are set to strike a chord with Belladrum festival-goers next month.


Charity calls for a war on heroin

Charity calls for a war on heroin

Charity calls for a war on heroin

18 July 2019

AN all out war is needed on heroin after figures revealed the number of drug-related deaths in the Highlands has almost doubled in the past 10 years.


Proud Ness event secures main sponsor

Proud Ness event secures main sponsor

Proud Ness event secures main sponsor

18 July 2019

Proud Ness has secured medical firm LifeScan as its headline sponsor ahead of this Sunday's event in Inverness.


£100k road safety improvements planned for A9 southbound approach to Inshes junction

£100k road safety improvements planned for A9 southbound approach to Inshes junction

£100k road safety improvements planned for A9 southbound approach to Inshes junction

18 July 2019

A new £100,000 road safety project on the A9 southbound approaches to Inshes junction in Inverness is scheduled to get under way next week.


UPDATE: Man in court in connection with car thefts

UPDATE: Man in court in connection with car thefts

UPDATE: Man in court in connection with car thefts

18 July 2019

Andrew Craigie (27) from Dundee appeared at Inverness Sheriff Court this afternoon.


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