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Government said to be 'dragging its heel' on progressing Dalcross station

Government said to be 'dragging its heel' on progressing Dalcross station

Government said to be 'dragging its heel' on progressing Dalcross station

25 January 2021

MSP David Stewart, has slammed ministers for a lack of urgency on the completion of Dalcross railway station.


Spate of collisions spark police ice warning to motorists

Spate of collisions spark police ice warning to motorists

Spate of collisions spark police ice warning to motorists

25 January 2021

POLICE have urged motorists to take added care after “hazardous road conditions” sparked “a number” of collisions.


Mercury could plummet to -15C in coming days

Mercury could plummet to -15C in coming days

Mercury could plummet to -15C in coming days

22 January 2021

TEMPERATURES as low as -15C could hit parts of the Highlands in the coming days, a forecaster has warned amid new weather alerts from the Met Office.


Update from Stagecoach Highlands on changes to timetables from Monday

Update from Stagecoach Highlands on changes to timetables from Monday

Update from Stagecoach Highlands on changes to timetables from Monday

22 January 2021

Some services will be reduced due to the lockdown.


UPDATE: A9 reopens following earlier crash

UPDATE: A9 reopens following earlier crash

UPDATE: A9 reopens following earlier crash

22 January 2021

THE A9 has reopened but "traffic remains slow" following an earlier one vehicle crash in southern Sutherland.


Crashes and ice fears sparks police warning for Highland motorists to 'take extra care'

Crashes and ice fears sparks police warning for Highland motorists to 'take extra care'

Crashes and ice fears sparks police warning for Highland motorists to 'take extra care'

22 January 2021

MOTORISTS have been urged to take extra care on the region’s roads following “a number” of Highland crashes this morning and hazardous ice conditions.


Crash 'closes A9 both ways' north of the Dornoch Bridge

Crash 'closes A9 both ways' north of the Dornoch Bridge

Crash 'closes A9 both ways' north of the Dornoch Bridge

22 January 2021

THE A9 was closed in both directions in southern Sutherland following a one-vehicle crash this morning.


A major incident is ongoing after a car crashed into an Inverness building

A major incident is ongoing after a car crashed into an Inverness building

A major incident is ongoing after a car crashed into an Inverness building

21 January 2021

Grant Street is currently closed.


Pedestrian (91) sustains serious injuries following collision involving two cars on A96

Pedestrian (91) sustains serious injuries following collision involving two cars on A96

Pedestrian (91) sustains serious injuries following collision involving two cars on A96

21 January 2021

PEDESTRIAN (91) suffers serious injuries.


Cromarty Firth freeport proposals must be backed by government, MSPs say

Cromarty Firth freeport proposals must be backed by government, MSPs say

Cromarty Firth freeport proposals must be backed by government, MSPs say

21 January 2021

It may be the key to bringing wealth into the area.


Motorists told to travel on A9 only if journey is essential

Motorists told to travel on A9 only if journey is essential

Motorists told to travel on A9 only if journey is essential

21 January 2021

The stretch between Carrbridge and Moy is described as particularly bad with vehicles getting stuck


Three temporary city road closures announced

Three temporary city road closures announced

Three temporary city road closures announced

21 January 2021

CITY road closures will cause disruption for some Inverness motorists in the next few days.


PICTURES: Wintry fun as Highlanders brace themselves for more heavy snowfalls

PICTURES: Wintry fun as Highlanders brace themselves for more heavy snowfalls

PICTURES: Wintry fun as Highlanders brace themselves for more heavy snowfalls

20 January 2021

HEAVY snow meant there was plenty of winter fun to be had for Highland families on Wednesday – and more is on its way.


Highlanders wake to heavy snow - and Met Office warns of up to 40cm more tonight

Highlanders wake to heavy snow - and Met Office warns of up to 40cm more tonight

Highlanders wake to heavy snow - and Met Office warns of up to 40cm more tonight

20 January 2021

HIGHLANDERS woke up to heavy snow on Wednesday as the region braced itself for further falls overnight - amid three Met Office weather warnings.


Utilities work to spark Inverness road closure

Utilities work to spark Inverness road closure

Utilities work to spark Inverness road closure

20 January 2021

A CITY centre road will be closed on Friday while utility works are carried out.


UPDATE: Storm Christoph snow warning extended to cover much of Highlands

UPDATE: Storm Christoph snow warning extended to cover much of Highlands

UPDATE: Storm Christoph snow warning extended to cover much of Highlands

19 January 2021

A SNOW warning has been extended to cover most of the Highlands later this week, amid Met Office fears that Storm Christoph could cause disruption.


WATCH: Storm Christoph sparks snow warning for parts of Highlands

WATCH: Storm Christoph sparks snow warning for parts of Highlands

WATCH: Storm Christoph sparks snow warning for parts of Highlands

19 January 2021

WIDESPREAD travel disruption is possible during “a period of disruptive snow” in the Highlands, the Met Office has warned.


Broken down train causes knock-on disruption on Highland mainline

Broken down train causes knock-on disruption on Highland mainline

Broken down train causes knock-on disruption on Highland mainline

18 January 2021

RAIL passengers were facing disruption to some Highland mainline services on Monday morning after a Glasgow-Inverness service broke down.


Politicians and campaigners ‘Disgusted’ at MSPs’ rejection

Politicians and campaigners ‘Disgusted’ at MSPs’ rejection

Politicians and campaigners ‘Disgusted’ at MSPs’ rejection

17 January 2021

'It feels like no one is listening'


Blow to The Inverness Courier's A82 safety campaign

Blow to The Inverness Courier's A82 safety campaign

Blow to The Inverness Courier's A82 safety campaign

17 January 2021

The committee did not take verbal representation from the Courier in support of the petition.


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