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WATCH: Sending pregnant women to Aberdeen or Perth would be 'totally unacceptable'

WATCH: Sending pregnant women to Aberdeen or Perth would be 'totally unacceptable'

WATCH: Sending pregnant women to Aberdeen or Perth would be 'totally unacceptable'

23 February 2024

Edward Mountain warns expectant mothers could travelling 'to Aberdeen or even Perth if the situation at Raigmore isn’t sorted out.'


PICTURES: Strictly Inverness dancers get top marks for fundraising quiz

PICTURES: Strictly Inverness dancers get top marks for fundraising quiz

PICTURES: Strictly Inverness dancers get top marks for fundraising quiz

23 February 2024

Around 85 people contributed to the fundraising efforts of a Strictly Inverness dance duo at a family-friendly quiz night.


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.


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.


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.’


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


EMMA RODDICK: Tackling Scotland’s population challenges

EMMA RODDICK: Tackling Scotland’s population challenges

EMMA RODDICK: Tackling Scotland’s population challenges

20 February 2024

My biggest fear when being asked to take up a position in the government was that it would take away time in the region, says our columnist.


PICTURES: Pupils get sneak peek into future pathways at Nairn Academy's careers event

PICTURES: Pupils get sneak peek into future pathways at Nairn Academy's careers event

PICTURES: Pupils get sneak peek into future pathways at Nairn Academy's careers event

20 February 2024

Around 400 students and their families attended a careers event at Nairn Academy.


Former Nairn County striker signs for new football club in Australia

Former Nairn County striker signs for new football club in Australia

Former Nairn County striker signs for new football club in Australia

20 February 2024

Forward agrees deal down under.


EXCLUSIVE: Highland Council budget includes potential job losses and adult social care cuts

EXCLUSIVE: Highland Council budget includes potential job losses and adult social care cuts

EXCLUSIVE: Highland Council budget includes potential job losses and adult social care cuts

20 February 2024

But there is little information on roads spending as the £602.5 million budget seeks to plug a £65 million blackhole.


First Minister Humza Yousaf visits Moray in election push

First Minister Humza Yousaf visits Moray in election push

First Minister Humza Yousaf visits Moray in election push

20 February 2024

Hear what the First Minister had to say about his election priorities – and how critics have responded.


New website for Nairn Games set to help audiences and athletes

New website for Nairn Games set to help audiences and athletes

New website for Nairn Games set to help audiences and athletes

20 February 2024

Nairn Highland Games has launched a new website in a bid to become even more successful, reducing costs and be more accessible to audiences.


DREW HENDRY: Listening to people is key to understanding issues

DREW HENDRY: Listening to people is key to understanding issues

DREW HENDRY: Listening to people is key to understanding issues

20 February 2024

Folk are still struggling with the cost of living, rising rent and mortgage costs, compounded by stagnant wages, says our MP.


Ardersier Port owners create million-pound fund for communities around Ardersier and Nairnshire

Ardersier Port owners create million-pound fund for communities around Ardersier and Nairnshire

Ardersier Port owners create million-pound fund for communities around Ardersier and Nairnshire

19 February 2024

Haventus are intending to create a £1,000,000 Community Fund to benefit the communities around the port over the next ten years.


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