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New £1.6m train maintenance equipment in Inverness to 'boost performance on Highland lines'

New £1.6m train maintenance equipment in Inverness to 'boost performance on Highland lines'

New £1.6m train maintenance equipment in Inverness to 'boost performance on Highland lines'

25 April 2019

TRAIN performance on Highland rail lines will be boosted by a £1.6 million investment on new maintenance equipment for Inverness, rail bosses claim.


Campaigners call for safety improvements on A9 Raigmore Interchange

Campaigners call for safety improvements on A9 Raigmore Interchange

Campaigners call for safety improvements on A9 Raigmore Interchange

12 April 2019

ACTIVISTS have renewed calls for safety improvements on a busy road crossing in Inverness where a grandmother was killed after being struck by a car.


Inverness Airport's new electric taxis are a Scottish first

Inverness Airport's new electric taxis are a Scottish first

Inverness Airport's new electric taxis are a Scottish first

12 April 2019

INVERNESS is the first airport in Scotland to have dedicated electric taxis – thanks to a European-funded project.


Motorcyclist dies of injuries at Raigmore Hospital following crash

Motorcyclist dies of injuries at Raigmore Hospital following crash

Motorcyclist dies of injuries at Raigmore Hospital following crash

11 April 2019

A MOTORCYCLE rider has died in hospital in Inverness following a road crash in Sutherland earlier this week.


Loch Ness by Jacobite rated 'best in UK' by coach tour firm

Loch Ness by Jacobite rated 'best in UK' by coach tour firm

Loch Ness by Jacobite rated 'best in UK' by coach tour firm

10 April 2019

A LOCH cruise firm has won a travel operator's top honour for the third year in a row.


Action against littering motorists welcomed by Highland MSP amid growing problem

Action against littering motorists welcomed by Highland MSP amid growing problem

Action against littering motorists welcomed by Highland MSP amid growing problem

09 April 2019

PLANS for tougher action against irresponsible litter-bug motorists have been welcomed by a local MSP.


Fort George closes to tourists for rest of day amid rough weather

Fort George closes to tourists for rest of day amid rough weather

Fort George closes to tourists for rest of day amid rough weather

03 April 2019

A POPULAR tourist spot on the shores of the Moray Firth has been forced to close by today’s rough weather.


Man taken to Raigmore Hospital after crash on A862 Inverness to Beauly road

Man taken to Raigmore Hospital after crash on A862 Inverness to Beauly road

Man taken to Raigmore Hospital after crash on A862 Inverness to Beauly road

02 April 2019

THE A862 Beauly to Inverness road is closed near Inchmore following a one-vehicle road crash.


BA's Heathrow early bird will be a boost for Highland business

BA's Heathrow early bird will be a boost for Highland business

BA's Heathrow early bird will be a boost for Highland business

01 April 2019

British Airways restores an early morning Inverness to Heathrow service for the first time in more than two decades


Highland MSP criticises Scottish Government response to airport industrial action

Highland MSP criticises Scottish Government response to airport industrial action

Highland MSP criticises Scottish Government response to airport industrial action

28 March 2019

A HIGHLAND MSP has accused the Scottish Government of not having a contingency plan to counter the impact of strike action on the region’s airports.


Comedian Susan Calman to voice new Caledonian Sleeper train announcements

Comedian Susan Calman to voice new Caledonian Sleeper train announcements

Comedian Susan Calman to voice new Caledonian Sleeper train announcements

28 March 2019

RAIL passengers travelling aboard Caledonian Sleeper services will soon be woken by the voice of one of Scotland’s most popular celebs – Susan Calman.


Highland airports warn of disruption in air traffic control pay dispute

Highland airports warn of disruption in air traffic control pay dispute

Highland airports warn of disruption in air traffic control pay dispute

27 March 2019

AIR passengers jetting in or out of the Highlands have been warned they could face disruption in the first part of April.


Caledonian Canal locks reopening delayed until eve of Easter

Caledonian Canal locks reopening delayed until eve of Easter

Caledonian Canal locks reopening delayed until eve of Easter

27 March 2019

DELAYS to vital £5.3m lock gate replacement work on the Caledonian Canal mean some sections won’t now reopen until the cusp of the Easter weekend.


Coach tour operator Timberbush Tours to open Inverness hub amid soaring tourism demand

Coach tour operator Timberbush Tours to open Inverness hub amid soaring tourism demand

Coach tour operator Timberbush Tours to open Inverness hub amid soaring tourism demand

26 March 2019

A WELL-known Scottish coach tour company is setting up a new Highland hub amid growing demand sparked by interest in Outlander and Hollywood movies.


No pass for Highland Council on potholes unless it pays up

No pass for Highland Council on potholes unless it pays up

No pass for Highland Council on potholes unless it pays up

20 March 2019

A DRIVING instructor has “failed” Highland Council for refusing to pay for damage to his car caused by a massive pothole.


'Visible police presence' for car cruise at Inverness retail park, says force

'Visible police presence' for car cruise at Inverness retail park, says force

'Visible police presence' for car cruise at Inverness retail park, says force

15 March 2019

A PLANNED car cruise at an Inverness retail park is likely to cause some traffic congestion this weekend, police have warned.


Safety to be improved on A9 slip road where grandmother killed

Safety to be improved on A9 slip road where grandmother killed

Safety to be improved on A9 slip road where grandmother killed

15 March 2019

A NEW pedestrian crossing could be built on an A9 slip road where a woman was killed last month.


Police warning after thefts from vehicles in Inverness

Police warning after thefts from vehicles in Inverness

Police warning after thefts from vehicles in Inverness

14 March 2019

POLICE in Inverness have urged residents to be vigilant following a number of thefts from vehicles.


Inverness councillor wants city bypass rethink

Inverness councillor wants city bypass rethink

Inverness councillor wants city bypass rethink

21 February 2013

INVERNESS Central councillor Donnie Kerr has joined public pressure for the controversial route of the new city bypass to be reconsidered.


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Travel and Transport

12 June 2012

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