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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.


Former police officer brandished knife and shouted threats in Inverness

Former police officer brandished knife and shouted threats in Inverness

Former police officer brandished knife and shouted threats in Inverness

21 February 2024

A former cop who hurled abuse at his neighbour and threatened her brother while armed with a knife has to carry out 120 hours of unpaid work.


Highland Council rejects bid to protect teachers from 'pressure' to award good marks

Highland Council rejects bid to protect teachers from 'pressure' to award good marks

Highland Council rejects bid to protect teachers from 'pressure' to award good marks

21 February 2024

Focus on attainment was lost as councillors defend officials over a 'judgmental' education report critical of primary school staff.


NICKY MARR: Selling up – for the right reasons

NICKY MARR: Selling up – for the right reasons

NICKY MARR: Selling up – for the right reasons

21 February 2024

The housing crisis here – as in other parts of Scotland – is well documented.


Strictly Inverness dancer's fundraising helps her cope with grief

Strictly Inverness dancer's fundraising helps her cope with grief

Strictly Inverness dancer's fundraising helps her cope with grief

21 February 2024

Amy Macleod is dedicating her participation in the charity dance contest to her late dad and granny.


Emergency services workers attacked by Inverness woman

Emergency services workers attacked by Inverness woman

Emergency services workers attacked by Inverness woman

21 February 2024

A police officer and an ambulance worker were assaulted.


Biggest NATO exercise in decades comes to north coast of Scotland

Biggest NATO exercise in decades comes to north coast of Scotland

Biggest NATO exercise in decades comes to north coast of Scotland

21 February 2024

The firing range at Cape Wrath will be the focal point for part of the largest NATO exercise in decades next week as allied nations join forces.


2 months of night-time roadwork disruption to hit A96 motorists

2 months of night-time roadwork disruption to hit A96 motorists

2 months of night-time roadwork disruption to hit A96 motorists

21 February 2024

Motorists using the A96 near Auldearn face at least two months of disruption when £430,000 worth of road safety measures are installed.


Inquiries ongoing to trace fly-tippers who dumped 300 tyres in Loch Ness

Inquiries ongoing to trace fly-tippers who dumped 300 tyres in Loch Ness

Inquiries ongoing to trace fly-tippers who dumped 300 tyres in Loch Ness

21 February 2024

The "mindless" dumping of more than 300 tyres in Loch Ness only adds to Highland Council's financial pressures, a councillor has said.


Emergency services respond to 'well alight' vehicle fire on A9 near Aviemore

Emergency services respond to 'well alight' vehicle fire on A9 near Aviemore

Emergency services respond to 'well alight' vehicle fire on A9 near Aviemore

21 February 2024

The A9 near Aviemore was reduced to one lane after a vehicle fire sparked the closure of the northbound lane on Wednesday afternoon.


Questions remain as Highland Council issues statement about its budget

Questions remain as Highland Council issues statement about its budget

Questions remain as Highland Council issues statement about its budget

21 February 2024

Council leader Raymond Bremner said: 'It has been our priority to protect jobs and services wherever possible.'


WATCH: Only one piece of land bought for A96 Nairn Bypass since 2011

WATCH: Only one piece of land bought for A96 Nairn Bypass since 2011

WATCH: Only one piece of land bought for A96 Nairn Bypass since 2011

21 February 2024

Since 2011 only one piece of land has been bought by the Scottish Government as part of the development of the A96 Nairn bypass.


1 person dead after incident on railway line in Inverness

1 person dead after incident on railway line in Inverness

1 person dead after incident on railway line in Inverness

21 February 2024

British Transport Police have confirmed that one person was pronounced dead at the scene following an incident on the Far North Line.


Hollywood star Russell Crowe confirms Inverness visit

Hollywood star Russell Crowe confirms Inverness visit

Hollywood star Russell Crowe confirms Inverness visit

21 February 2024

Movie star Russell Crowe confirms he's bringing his band to Inverness this summer in time for Highland Games in July.


UPDATE: Train line reopens between Inverness and Dingwall after incident

UPDATE: Train line reopens between Inverness and Dingwall after incident

UPDATE: Train line reopens between Inverness and Dingwall after incident

21 February 2024

The railway line between Inverness and Dingwall has now reopened after emergency services attended an incident before 8am today.


PICTURES: Red Arrows delight Highland onlookers – will you be lucky enough to see them?

PICTURES: Red Arrows delight Highland onlookers – will you be lucky enough to see them?

PICTURES: Red Arrows delight Highland onlookers – will you be lucky enough to see them?

21 February 2024

Have you been enjoying the Red Arrows' unofficial displays in Highland skies in recent days?


Emergency forces closure of train line between Dingwall and Inverness

Emergency forces closure of train line between Dingwall and Inverness

Emergency forces closure of train line between Dingwall and Inverness

21 February 2024

Train services are either being cancelled, delayed or revised.


'Staffing emergency' caused cancellation of sport for Inverness youngsters

'Staffing emergency' caused cancellation of sport for Inverness youngsters

'Staffing emergency' caused cancellation of sport for Inverness youngsters

21 February 2024

A "staffing emergency" at Highland Council led to the cancellation of sporting activities for dozens of Inverness youngsters at the weekend.


Celebrated violin and piano duo to blend modern and classic sounds in Nairn this week

Celebrated violin and piano duo to blend modern and classic sounds in Nairn this week

Celebrated violin and piano duo to blend modern and classic sounds in Nairn this week

21 February 2024

AN award-winning violin and piano duo play a concert in Nairn this Friday.


Inverness man left feeling 'terrorised' after receiving parking charge at Rose Street Retail Park

Inverness man left feeling 'terrorised' after receiving parking charge at Rose Street Retail Park

Inverness man left feeling 'terrorised' after receiving parking charge at Rose Street Retail Park

21 February 2024

Michael Holmes (75) and his wife were stunned to find they had received a charge – despite having a blue badge.


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