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WATCH: Inverness fuel tanker driver battling cancer is one step closer to receiving critical lifesaving treatment

WATCH: Inverness fuel tanker driver battling cancer is one step closer to receiving critical lifesaving treatment

WATCH: Inverness fuel tanker driver battling cancer is one step closer to receiving critical lifesaving treatment

07 April 2024

An Inverness tanker driver who crashed his lorry into a shop premises in Beauly is one step closer to living a longer life with his wife and children.


Strictly Inverness 2024 diary: Feel-good factor is addictive

Strictly Inverness 2024 diary: Feel-good factor is addictive

Strictly Inverness 2024 diary: Feel-good factor is addictive

06 April 2024

Our fundraising activities have come in many forms – and there are still a variety to go – and all in aid of Highland Hospice & Inverness Ice Centre.


Inside this tranquil Highland retreat with breathtaking views of Inverness

Inside this tranquil Highland retreat with breathtaking views of Inverness

Inside this tranquil Highland retreat with breathtaking views of Inverness

05 April 2024

Take a look inside this beautiful Highland property on the market for just £175,000.


WATCH: Inverness Crufts winner is barking mad for the Drumossie Hotel’s canine cuisine

WATCH: Inverness Crufts winner is barking mad for the Drumossie Hotel’s canine cuisine

WATCH: Inverness Crufts winner is barking mad for the Drumossie Hotel’s canine cuisine

05 April 2024

This year’s Crufts winning Labrador tried out the canine menu at the Drumossie Hotel.


Local artists raise over £1k at music gig in Inverness for Mikeysline

Local artists raise over £1k at music gig in Inverness for Mikeysline

Local artists raise over £1k at music gig in Inverness for Mikeysline

05 April 2024

A group of Inverness artists kickstart their mission to raise as much money and awareness as possible for Mikeysline through their passion for music.


NICKY MARR: New Scottish hate crime law is well-intentioned but flawed

NICKY MARR: New Scottish hate crime law is well-intentioned but flawed

NICKY MARR: New Scottish hate crime law is well-intentioned but flawed

03 April 2024

We understand the real and lasting impact that harsh and cruel words can have but it hasn’t done much to make us any kinder, says our columnist.


Getting pregnant with early menopause and egg freezing explained

Getting pregnant with early menopause and egg freezing explained

Getting pregnant with early menopause and egg freezing explained

03 April 2024

All you need to know about getting pregnant with early menopause and the support available in Inverness.


WATCH: Nairn set to celebrate watersports with Paddling Film Festival this weekend

WATCH: Nairn set to celebrate watersports with Paddling Film Festival this weekend

WATCH: Nairn set to celebrate watersports with Paddling Film Festival this weekend

03 April 2024

Paddling sports enthusiasts and newbies will gather for the only Scottish date of a film festival’s world tour this weekend.


WATCH: Specialist doctor gives her verdict as menopause is introduced as a disability in the workplace

WATCH: Specialist doctor gives her verdict as menopause is introduced as a disability in the workplace

WATCH: Specialist doctor gives her verdict as menopause is introduced as a disability in the workplace

02 April 2024

“You don’t want to be labelled disabled without being offered any treatment” says menopause specialist set to kickstart a hormone debate in Inverness.


Music workshop hits the right note with Nairn youngsters

Music workshop hits the right note with Nairn youngsters

Music workshop hits the right note with Nairn youngsters

02 April 2024

Top musicians travelled to Nairn for a special workshop with primary pupils, in partnership with a local classical music initiative.


PICTURES: Talent show for Inverness youngsters aids charity

PICTURES: Talent show for Inverness youngsters aids charity

PICTURES: Talent show for Inverness youngsters aids charity

02 April 2024

The line-up included a number of pianists, a drummer and a guitar player, with money raised going to Highland Hospice and Inverness Ice Centre.


Great start for new dog rescue charity shop in Nairn

Great start for new dog rescue charity shop in Nairn

Great start for new dog rescue charity shop in Nairn

02 April 2024

A Nairn-based animal charity has opened its first shop on the High Street in Nairn last week.


Strictly contestant set to bring dance moves to Nairn for good cause

Strictly contestant set to bring dance moves to Nairn for good cause

Strictly contestant set to bring dance moves to Nairn for good cause

02 April 2024

A Nairn woman is set to bring the party to her hometown in aid of Highland Hospice this month.


Surprise as new date for first-ever Nairn Games day is revealed

Surprise as new date for first-ever Nairn Games day is revealed

Surprise as new date for first-ever Nairn Games day is revealed

01 April 2024

The most popular event on Nairn's calendar has been revealed to be older than previously stated.


DREW HENDRY: I’ve been proud to stand resolutely alongside WASPI campaigners

DREW HENDRY: I’ve been proud to stand resolutely alongside WASPI campaigners

DREW HENDRY: I’ve been proud to stand resolutely alongside WASPI campaigners

01 April 2024

This report confirmed that the DWP failed to adequately inform women on the changes, leading to this mass injustice, says our MP.


Strictly Inverness star hosts glamorous masquerade ball raising over £5k for charity

Strictly Inverness star hosts glamorous masquerade ball raising over £5k for charity

Strictly Inverness star hosts glamorous masquerade ball raising over £5k for charity

01 April 2024

Andy Dixon raised thousands of pounds for the Highland Hospice after hundreds of people turned up to the Drumossie Hotel disguised in masks.


Objection raised over plans for new Nairn Academy

Objection raised over plans for new Nairn Academy

Objection raised over plans for new Nairn Academy

01 April 2024

Concerns over tree protection and the possible move of the public library are among recent concerns raised over plans for the new Nairn Academy.


COURT ROUND-UP: Rapists jailed and drug dealers thwarted among last month's Inverness court business

COURT ROUND-UP: Rapists jailed and drug dealers thwarted among last month's Inverness court business

COURT ROUND-UP: Rapists jailed and drug dealers thwarted among last month's Inverness court business

01 April 2024

Here's our recap of some of the cases that made the headlines last month.


‘I have had a few beers’ - A96 drink-driver tells police

‘I have had a few beers’ - A96 drink-driver tells police

‘I have had a few beers’ - A96 drink-driver tells police

31 March 2024

Motorist jailed after third drink-driving conviction.


PICTURES: Yarnbombers’ creations bring colours to Nairn for Easter

PICTURES: Yarnbombers’ creations bring colours to Nairn for Easter

PICTURES: Yarnbombers’ creations bring colours to Nairn for Easter

31 March 2024

A group of Nairn knitters and crocheters added a splash of colour in town with handmade Easter decorations.


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