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Strictly Inverness 2024 diary: We’re all winners!

Strictly Inverness 2024 diary: We’re all winners!

Strictly Inverness 2024 diary: We’re all winners!

30 March 2024

None of us will ever know how many families our fundraising efforts have made a difference to, which makes it all the more important and special.


NHS HIGHLAND: Why is there a rise in cancer diagnoses among people under the age of 50?

NHS HIGHLAND: Why is there a rise in cancer diagnoses among people under the age of 50?

NHS HIGHLAND: Why is there a rise in cancer diagnoses among people under the age of 50?

30 March 2024

Now that we can talk about cancer more easily it is also important to take action too, says our columnist.


Local artists set to host music extravaganza in Inverness to raise funds for Mikeysline

Local artists set to host music extravaganza in Inverness to raise funds for Mikeysline

Local artists set to host music extravaganza in Inverness to raise funds for Mikeysline

30 March 2024

An Inverness musician is using his passion to raise as much money and awareness for mental health charity, Mikeysline.


Inside this beautiful modern home in an exclusive Inverness housing development

Inside this beautiful modern home in an exclusive Inverness housing development

Inside this beautiful modern home in an exclusive Inverness housing development

29 March 2024

Take a look inside this stunning Highland apartment on the market for £220,000.


Change of helm for Nairn award-winning restaurant

Change of helm for Nairn award-winning restaurant

Change of helm for Nairn award-winning restaurant

29 March 2024

One of Nairn’s most renowned restaurants has been bought by two Highland hospitality companies.


EXCLUSIVE: Council 'sorry' for Highland teacher’s 'inappropriate behaviour' towards girl (15)

EXCLUSIVE: Council 'sorry' for Highland teacher’s 'inappropriate behaviour' towards girl (15)

EXCLUSIVE: Council 'sorry' for Highland teacher’s 'inappropriate behaviour' towards girl (15)

28 March 2024

The local authority said ‘suitable and robust arrangements were not effectively put in place at school.’


WATCH: ‘I begged my husband to help me, I was in agony’: Inverness woman reveals excruciating 20-year endometriosis diagnosis wait

WATCH: ‘I begged my husband to help me, I was in agony’: Inverness woman reveals excruciating 20-year endometriosis diagnosis wait

WATCH: ‘I begged my husband to help me, I was in agony’: Inverness woman reveals excruciating 20-year endometriosis diagnosis wait

27 March 2024

An Inverness woman was forced to wait in agony for two decades before she was diagnosed with endometriosis.


Highlands and Islands Thistle Awards host leadership excellence in the tourism industry event

Highlands and Islands Thistle Awards host leadership excellence in the tourism industry event

Highlands and Islands Thistle Awards host leadership excellence in the tourism industry event

27 March 2024

The event saw industry professionals on a panel offer their expertise in the tourism and hospitality sector.


Nairn Museum to showcase detectorist treasure

Nairn Museum to showcase detectorist treasure

Nairn Museum to showcase detectorist treasure

27 March 2024

Nairn Museum is ready to open doors to the public and show treasures found by local keen detectorists for the new season in April.


Nairn County Cricket Club looks to future as it celebrates 150th anniversary

Nairn County Cricket Club looks to future as it celebrates 150th anniversary

Nairn County Cricket Club looks to future as it celebrates 150th anniversary

26 March 2024

The Links are a quintessential part of Nairn and a key part is the picturesque building sitting in front of the splashpad and Strathnairn Beach Café.


Alex Salmond: I would have ‘definitely finished the A9 by 2025’ as First Minister

Alex Salmond: I would have ‘definitely finished the A9 by 2025’ as First Minister

Alex Salmond: I would have ‘definitely finished the A9 by 2025’ as First Minister

26 March 2024

He hit out at recent statements that dualling may be delayed again by saying ‘if it is allowed to drift then it will drift into never never land.’


Consultation to consider future of Croy Primary School

Consultation to consider future of Croy Primary School

Consultation to consider future of Croy Primary School

25 March 2024

A Croy school could be closed and its school roll incorporated into plans for the new school at Tornagrain.


Police chief misled Alistair Wilson's family over planned arrest in Nairn murder investigation

Police chief misled Alistair Wilson's family over planned arrest in Nairn murder investigation

Police chief misled Alistair Wilson's family over planned arrest in Nairn murder investigation

25 March 2024

A senior detective is understood to be facing disciplinary action after it was found he misled the widow of murdered Nairn banker Alistair Wilson.


Strictly Inverness 2024 diary: Dancers smash £100k charity fundraising milestone

Strictly Inverness 2024 diary: Dancers smash £100k charity fundraising milestone

Strictly Inverness 2024 diary: Dancers smash £100k charity fundraising milestone

23 March 2024

Fundraising powerhouses Angela Urquhart and Beth Saunders have raised nearly £25,000 between them for Highland Hospice and Inverness Ice Centre.


ARIANE BURGESS: Scotland's hills, mountains, and coastlines are 'seriously depleted of life'

ARIANE BURGESS: Scotland's hills, mountains, and coastlines are 'seriously depleted of life'

ARIANE BURGESS: Scotland's hills, mountains, and coastlines are 'seriously depleted of life'

22 March 2024

The Greens MSP says 'centuries of land management practices have taken their toll, leading to a decline in wildlife and natural habitats.'


Greens call for Audit Scotland to Probe Highland Council over net zero targets

Greens call for Audit Scotland to Probe Highland Council over net zero targets

Greens call for Audit Scotland to Probe Highland Council over net zero targets

22 March 2024

Councillors Chris Ballance says 'I hope Audit Scotland will keep the council’s feet to the fire (literally) on this one.'


Get a year’s subscription to The Inverness Courier for a £25 charity donation

Get a year’s subscription to The Inverness Courier for a £25 charity donation

Get a year’s subscription to The Inverness Courier for a £25 charity donation

22 March 2024

The deal will see all the money collected from this promotion going to Highland Hospice and Inverness Ice Centre.


Highland Council’s £105,487-a-year education boss Nicky Grant is on ‘approved leave’

Highland Council’s £105,487-a-year education boss Nicky Grant is on ‘approved leave’

Highland Council’s £105,487-a-year education boss Nicky Grant is on ‘approved leave’

21 March 2024

The council refuses to say what 'approve leave' is or why the top official does not appear to have been at work since at least February 21.


Inverness grandmother reveals 'constant fight' for kinship caring support

Inverness grandmother reveals 'constant fight' for kinship caring support

Inverness grandmother reveals 'constant fight' for kinship caring support

20 March 2024

Sylvia MacKenzie described Highland Council as “a joke”, after she had to repeatedly chase up late or missing kinship carer payments.


No gain, no pain! Body waxing challenge for Strictly Inverness dancer

No gain, no pain! Body waxing challenge for Strictly Inverness dancer

No gain, no pain! Body waxing challenge for Strictly Inverness dancer

20 March 2024

The hair-raising event will generate donations for Highland Hospice and Inverness Ice Centre.


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