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Highland Green Freeport bid is 'without doubt the best bid that is on the table'

Highland Green Freeport bid is 'without doubt the best bid that is on the table'

Highland Green Freeport bid is 'without doubt the best bid that is on the table'

01 July 2022

Newly elected councillors unanimously back Opportunity Cromarty Firth's 'transformational' bid


Move to boost scrutiny of education rejected by Highland Council

Move to boost scrutiny of education rejected by Highland Council

Move to boost scrutiny of education rejected by Highland Council

30 June 2022

Amid rock bottom primary literacy and numeracy rates the refusal was slammed as 'business as usual'


Question Time panel revealed ahead of Inverness show

Question Time panel revealed ahead of Inverness show

Question Time panel revealed ahead of Inverness show

29 June 2022

The lively political debate show is coming to the Highland capital.


WATCH: Protesters go to council to ask for better bus services in Inverness

WATCH: Protesters go to council to ask for better bus services in Inverness

WATCH: Protesters go to council to ask for better bus services in Inverness

29 June 2022

PROTESTERS gathered in front of the Highland Council's headquarters this morning to demand action for unreliable bus services in the city.


POLL RESULT: Majority would support Scottish Independence

POLL RESULT: Majority would support Scottish Independence

POLL RESULT: Majority would support Scottish Independence

29 June 2022

The majority of voters in an Inverness Courier online poll said they would support Scottish independence if a referendum was held next year.


Public support for offshore wind farms 'strong', new survey finds

Public support for offshore wind farms 'strong', new survey finds

Public support for offshore wind farms 'strong', new survey finds

29 June 2022

A LARGE majority of Scots are in favour of offshore wind farms, a survey for the Scottish Government has revealed.


NHS Highland chairman slams 'deviant culture' that led to bullying

NHS Highland chairman slams 'deviant culture' that led to bullying

NHS Highland chairman slams 'deviant culture' that led to bullying

28 June 2022

Boyd Robertson says the board is determined to 'eliminate the behaviours that have afflicted the organisation'


POLL: Would you vote for Scottish Independence next year?

POLL: Would you vote for Scottish Independence next year?

POLL: Would you vote for Scottish Independence next year?

28 June 2022

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said she wants to hold second independence referendum next year.


Inverness bus users angered at unreliable Stagecoach city services

Inverness bus users angered at unreliable Stagecoach city services

Inverness bus users angered at unreliable Stagecoach city services

27 June 2022

CITY bus services have been slammed by users as increasingly unreliable.


NHS Highland reaches 'the end of the beginning' in tackling bullying

NHS Highland reaches 'the end of the beginning' in tackling bullying

NHS Highland reaches 'the end of the beginning' in tackling bullying

27 June 2022

HR director Fiona Hogg says the board must be 'less defensive' and 'willing to be criticised'


Edward Mountain: My summer surgery tour 'heralds my full return to work following my cancer diagnosis and treatment'

Edward Mountain: My summer surgery tour 'heralds my full return to work following my cancer diagnosis and treatment'

Edward Mountain: My summer surgery tour 'heralds my full return to work following my cancer diagnosis and treatment'

24 June 2022

The MSP says 'I am overjoyed that I can once again focus all my energies into the job I love'


Petition launched to save the Ironworks as the venue gets stay of execution

Petition launched to save the Ironworks as the venue gets stay of execution

Petition launched to save the Ironworks as the venue gets stay of execution

24 June 2022

Earlier councillors deferred a decision to demolish it and build a £30 million hotel


Council slammed over additional support needs (ASN) ‘mystery’

Council slammed over additional support needs (ASN) ‘mystery’

Council slammed over additional support needs (ASN) ‘mystery’

24 June 2022

Many parents and children are still waiting find out what support is available next term


The Ironworks remain open for business despite its uncertain future

The Ironworks remain open for business despite its uncertain future

The Ironworks remain open for business despite its uncertain future

23 June 2022

Venue director thanks all involved with the venue for helping 'create something we should all be incredibly proud of'


Developer 'disappointed' not to get planning permission to redevelop the Ironworks

Developer 'disappointed' not to get planning permission to redevelop the Ironworks

Developer 'disappointed' not to get planning permission to redevelop the Ironworks

23 June 2022

But Bricks Group remain committed to the £30 million hotel plan


Ironworks win a reprieve as councillors defer decision on the future of the music venue

Ironworks win a reprieve as councillors defer decision on the future of the music venue

Ironworks win a reprieve as councillors defer decision on the future of the music venue

23 June 2022

Developers want to build a £30 million Courtyard by Marriott hotel on the site


Shock move sees councillors grant a reprieve to the Ironworks

Shock move sees councillors grant a reprieve to the Ironworks

Shock move sees councillors grant a reprieve to the Ironworks

23 June 2022

They deferred the final decision on plans to demolish the venue and build a hotel


MSP Fergus Ewing: Producing more drops our carbon footprint

MSP Fergus Ewing: Producing more drops our carbon footprint

MSP Fergus Ewing: Producing more drops our carbon footprint

23 June 2022

He argues that we'll 'need oil and gas for decades' as transition to renewables


Public to have say on multimillion-pound Bught Park redevelopment

Public to have say on multimillion-pound Bught Park redevelopment

Public to have say on multimillion-pound Bught Park redevelopment

21 June 2022

Also included in today's exhibitions are proposals for the Northern Meeting Park


Council agrees to early taxi tariffs review amid calls for a 15 and 20 per cent fare hike

Council agrees to early taxi tariffs review amid calls for a 15 and 20 per cent fare hike

Council agrees to early taxi tariffs review amid calls for a 15 and 20 per cent fare hike

20 June 2022

The majority of taxi operators backed the move to offset the huge rise in costs


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