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Donations from M&S Inverness and Morrisons are feeding families across the Highlands

Donations from M&S Inverness and Morrisons are feeding families across the Highlands

Donations from M&S Inverness and Morrisons are feeding families across the Highlands

24 February 2021

Organisers from the Inverness Eastgate Centre branch of M&S said it was 'very proud' to support local charities with donations of its surplus food.


Virtual exhibition opens on proposals for more wind turbines near Loch Ness

Virtual exhibition opens on proposals for more wind turbines near Loch Ness

Virtual exhibition opens on proposals for more wind turbines near Loch Ness

24 February 2021

A virtual exhibition has opened outlining plans to site 18 more turbines at a wind farm near Loch Ness.


Woman charged after sheep worrying

Woman charged after sheep worrying

Woman charged after sheep worrying

24 February 2021

Police have charged a 64-year-old woman and sent a report to the Procurator Fiscal following sheep worrying incident in Drumnadrochit.


Pedestrian nearly hit by a van as it crashed

Pedestrian nearly hit by a van as it crashed

Pedestrian nearly hit by a van as it crashed

24 February 2021

Police in Inverness would like to speak to a pedestrian who was narrowly missed by a red Fiat van when it crashed Lotland Place.


VIDEO: Clips spread vital message

VIDEO: Clips spread vital message

VIDEO: Clips spread vital message

24 February 2021

Scotland’s First Minister has lent her support to an Inverness mental health charity James Support Group.


Nairnshire residents urged to join forces to improve broadband

Nairnshire residents urged to join forces to improve broadband

Nairnshire residents urged to join forces to improve broadband

24 February 2021

Neil Cameron believes there is an opportunity to improve broadband in outlying areas and the likes of Cawdor, Galcantray, Brackla and Piperhill.


Music festival reaches out to new audiences as it goes online due to coronavirus pandemic

Music festival reaches out to new audiences as it goes online due to coronavirus pandemic

Music festival reaches out to new audiences as it goes online due to coronavirus pandemic

23 February 2021

People from as far afield as Canada have joined in this year’s Inverness Music Festival.


Fundraising bird boxes in aid of hospice are flying high

Fundraising bird boxes in aid of hospice are flying high

Fundraising bird boxes in aid of hospice are flying high

23 February 2021

A RETIRED joiner has kept himself busy during the second lockdown by putting his craft skills to good use and raising funds for Highland Hospice.


Flood-hit Highland charity invites people to join in a fundraising walk

Flood-hit Highland charity invites people to join in a fundraising walk

Flood-hit Highland charity invites people to join in a fundraising walk

23 February 2021

A Highland charity whose base was flooded is reassuring users it will reopen as soon as possible but there could be a delay of several months.


POLL RESULT: Majority opposes plans to make Spaces for People scheme in Inverness permanent

POLL RESULT: Majority opposes plans to make Spaces for People scheme in Inverness permanent

POLL RESULT: Majority opposes plans to make Spaces for People scheme in Inverness permanent

23 February 2021

A VAST majority of people would not approve the permanent introduction of the new road scheme in Inverness city centre, with 74% voting against it.


Nairn wild swimmer plans 365 day open swimming challenge for helpline

Nairn wild swimmer plans 365 day open swimming challenge for helpline

Nairn wild swimmer plans 365 day open swimming challenge for helpline

23 February 2021

Leanne Okane has set herself the challenge to support her friend set up Reece's Line.


Highland Council projects a £3.1 million budget surplus despite severe pressures from the pandemic

Highland Council projects a £3.1 million budget surplus despite severe pressures from the pandemic

Highland Council projects a £3.1 million budget surplus despite severe pressures from the pandemic

23 February 2021

Previously the local authority feared a near £100 million deficit but government funding and financial controls rescued the position


Wind farm plan for the Dava Moor

Wind farm plan for the Dava Moor

Wind farm plan for the Dava Moor

23 February 2021

A new wind farm on the Dava Moor could lead to a whopping £19 million being given to local community projects over the course of its lifetime.


POLL: Do you agree with latest routemap out of lockdown?

POLL: Do you agree with latest routemap out of lockdown?

POLL: Do you agree with latest routemap out of lockdown?

23 February 2021

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has set out the plan to gradually ease lockdown in Scotland.


Concern for future generations leads to Inverness councillors to back a move to keep active travel measures in the city centre

Concern for future generations leads to Inverness councillors to back a move to keep active travel measures in the city centre

Concern for future generations leads to Inverness councillors to back a move to keep active travel measures in the city centre

23 February 2021

But locals are divided and businesses warn against excluding them from the debate amid an economy devastated by Covid


Care workers' son offers £1000 reward for information after cars vandalised

Care workers' son offers £1000 reward for information after cars vandalised

Care workers' son offers £1000 reward for information after cars vandalised

23 February 2021

The son of two care workers has launched an appeal to find the person responsible for vandalising their cars.


The First Minister confirms she plans to reopen hospitality, retail, gyms and hairdressers by the end of April

The First Minister confirms she plans to reopen hospitality, retail, gyms and hairdressers by the end of April

The First Minister confirms she plans to reopen hospitality, retail, gyms and hairdressers by the end of April

23 February 2021

But Nicola Sturgeon says that foreign travel is not on the cards despite the re-introduction of the Levels system


Four electric cargo bikes to help aid carbon reduction in Inverness

Four electric cargo bikes to help aid carbon reduction in Inverness

Four electric cargo bikes to help aid carbon reduction in Inverness

23 February 2021

HiTrans is looking for four bikes with a maintenance contract for 6-12 months at an estimated cost of £25,000


Fourteen new Covid cases detected

Fourteen new Covid cases detected

Fourteen new Covid cases detected

23 February 2021

ANOTHER 14 cases of Covid-19 have been recorded across the NHS Highland health board area in the past day.


Pay hike for frontline staff at Scotland's largest employee-owned company based in Inverness

Pay hike for frontline staff at Scotland's largest employee-owned company based in Inverness

Pay hike for frontline staff at Scotland's largest employee-owned company based in Inverness

23 February 2021

All frontline care and support staff with social care provider Highland Home Carers (HHC) are to be paid a minimum of £10 per hour from next month.


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