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Railway line death in Inverness was man in his 60s, say police

Railway line death in Inverness was man in his 60s, say police

Railway line death in Inverness was man in his 60s, say police

23 February 2024

British Transport Police has revealed the person's sex and age but he has not yet been named by the force. Investigations are continuing.


Track safety inspection hits Inverness-Aberdeen trains, warns ScotRail

Track safety inspection hits Inverness-Aberdeen trains, warns ScotRail

Track safety inspection hits Inverness-Aberdeen trains, warns ScotRail

23 February 2024

A track safety inspection has sparked the closure of the Inverness-Aberdeen railway line at Dyce, ScotRail has warned.


Foul-up! 8 Highland Council dog wardens catch just 2 dog-fouling culprits in 3 years

Foul-up! 8 Highland Council dog wardens catch just 2 dog-fouling culprits in 3 years

Foul-up! 8 Highland Council dog wardens catch just 2 dog-fouling culprits in 3 years

23 February 2024

Highland Council is facing demands to clean up its act on dog-fouling – after catching just two offenders in the last three years.


Strictly Inverness: Meet Team Friday

Strictly Inverness: Meet Team Friday

Strictly Inverness: Meet Team Friday

22 February 2024

The annual dance contest is in aid of organisers and hosts Highland Hospice and Inverness Ice Centre.


INVERNESS BID'S PERSON BEHIND THE BUSINESS: Food and drink lover turned passion into two successful businesses

INVERNESS BID'S PERSON BEHIND THE BUSINESS: Food and drink lover turned passion into two successful businesses

INVERNESS BID'S PERSON BEHIND THE BUSINESS: Food and drink lover turned passion into two successful businesses

22 February 2024

Rob Steadman, the owner of The Walrus & Corkscrew and Merchant’s Delicatessen discusses his career, rugby and turning his passion into a business...


COLIN CAMPBELL: Craig Dunain cast a shadow, but we could do with it now

COLIN CAMPBELL: Craig Dunain cast a shadow, but we could do with it now

COLIN CAMPBELL: Craig Dunain cast a shadow, but we could do with it now

22 February 2024

Craig Dunain was no beacon of light but many would wish such a bastion and safety net was there now.


Highland Council leader reveals up £60 million could be found for roads and infrastructure

Highland Council leader reveals up £60 million could be found for roads and infrastructure

Highland Council leader reveals up £60 million could be found for roads and infrastructure

22 February 2024

Raymond Bremner says an extra £60 million would go ‘some way towards us being able to invest in important capital projects.’


Hoolie to raise money for Gaelic language and culture centre in Inverness

Hoolie to raise money for Gaelic language and culture centre in Inverness

Hoolie to raise money for Gaelic language and culture centre in Inverness

22 February 2024

A ceilidh with a tartan and tweed theme is set to raise money for a project to create a Gaelic cultural centre in Inverness.


Hundreds of Inverness planning breaches kept secret

Hundreds of Inverness planning breaches kept secret

Hundreds of Inverness planning breaches kept secret

22 February 2024

Highland Council is investigating dozens of land owners and developers in the Inverness area for breaching planning rules, without sharing details.


Missing teen Inverness sister and brother spark police appeal

Missing teen Inverness sister and brother spark police appeal

Missing teen Inverness sister and brother spark police appeal

22 February 2024

Police have appealed for help finding a teenage sister and brother who disappeared from Inverness two days ago.


Missing Inverness man found 'safe and well'

Missing Inverness man found 'safe and well'

Missing Inverness man found 'safe and well'

22 February 2024

Police have stood down an appeal for a missing person after he was traced "safe and well".


Inverness council by-election dates announced

Inverness council by-election dates announced

Inverness council by-election dates announced

22 February 2024

The timetable for the election of a councillor to represent a vacant Highland Council seat in the Inverness South ward has been confirmed.


A9 Dualling roadshow draws interest at Aviemore

A9 Dualling roadshow draws interest at Aviemore

A9 Dualling roadshow draws interest at Aviemore

22 February 2024

'Fantastic' news for campaigners that Salmond and Sturgeon will be called to explain to public enquiry why dualling was 'dropped' on their watch


3 in hospital with 'serious' injuries following crash in Inverness

3 in hospital with 'serious' injuries following crash in Inverness

3 in hospital with 'serious' injuries following crash in Inverness

22 February 2024

Three people were taken to Raigmore Hospital with "serious injuries" last night after a crash in Inverness.


Fresh talent's culinary creation to grace Inverness Castle menu

Fresh talent's culinary creation to grace Inverness Castle menu

Fresh talent's culinary creation to grace Inverness Castle menu

22 February 2024

Students invited to submit culinary creations, with the best forming part of the menu when Inverness Castle reopens as a visitor attraction in 2025.


Police concerned for welfare of missing Inverness man

Police concerned for welfare of missing Inverness man

Police concerned for welfare of missing Inverness man

22 February 2024

Concerns are growing for the welfare of a missing Inverness man, police have said.


Sheriff gives Inverness man a chance thanks to 'new medication'

Sheriff gives Inverness man a chance thanks to 'new medication'

Sheriff gives Inverness man a chance thanks to 'new medication'

22 February 2024

The man harboured an absconder from a children's care unit.


Alarm after man spotted with 'gun' in Inverness street

Alarm after man spotted with 'gun' in Inverness street

Alarm after man spotted with 'gun' in Inverness street

22 February 2024

Members of the public in an Inverness city centre street were alarmed when they saw a man with what looked like a black handgun.


Highland Council looks to hike cost of funerals and school meals and charge for motorhomes

Highland Council looks to hike cost of funerals and school meals and charge for motorhomes

Highland Council looks to hike cost of funerals and school meals and charge for motorhomes

21 February 2024

But alongside potentially unwelcome proposals there are ambitions plans in the budget like developing a 'sustainable' bus service.


City Seen Flashback: Pictures from Inverness in 2018

City Seen Flashback: Pictures from Inverness in 2018

City Seen Flashback: Pictures from Inverness in 2018

21 February 2024

Today we go back to 2018, in Inverness.


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