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Caledonian Sleeper woes ‘forcing me back to British Airways’, says Highland business traveller

Caledonian Sleeper woes ‘forcing me back to British Airways’, says Highland business traveller

Caledonian Sleeper woes ‘forcing me back to British Airways’, says Highland business traveller

05 March 2024

A fed up rail passenger who uses the Sleeper for business trips is going back to flying after a spate of incidents proved to be the final straw.


Crash closes A9 both ways at Aviemore

Crash closes A9 both ways at Aviemore

Crash closes A9 both ways at Aviemore

05 March 2024

Three fire engines were sent to the scene of the crash shortly before 2pm.


ScotRail Elgin to Inverness service cancelled

ScotRail Elgin to Inverness service cancelled

ScotRail Elgin to Inverness service cancelled

05 March 2024

Train travellers faced an early morning cancellation between Elgin and Inverness this morning.


Accident waiting to happen? Nairn-shire residents call for speed limit cut

Accident waiting to happen? Nairn-shire residents call for speed limit cut

Accident waiting to happen? Nairn-shire residents call for speed limit cut

04 March 2024

A petition has been launched as concerns grow over a stretch of A939.


Inverness's Miss Scotland makes top 20 model shortlist wearing Prickly Thistle dress at Miss World competition

Inverness's Miss Scotland makes top 20 model shortlist wearing Prickly Thistle dress at Miss World competition

Inverness's Miss Scotland makes top 20 model shortlist wearing Prickly Thistle dress at Miss World competition

04 March 2024

Chelsie Allison modelled a show stopping tartan dress that was hand crafted by Clare Campbell from the Prickly Thistle.


16 motorists snared by unmarked police patrols in mobile phone crackdown

16 motorists snared by unmarked police patrols in mobile phone crackdown

16 motorists snared by unmarked police patrols in mobile phone crackdown

04 March 2024

Unmarked police patrol vehicles caught the offenders in the first week of an ongoing crackdown on mobile use while driving.


Four taken to hospital after two-vehicle Black Isle collision

Four taken to hospital after two-vehicle Black Isle collision

Four taken to hospital after two-vehicle Black Isle collision

03 March 2024

Police are appealing for information following a two-vehicle crash on the A832 near Tore that resulted in four people being taken to hospital.


Highland MSP backs Black Isle community calls over road safety fears

Highland MSP backs Black Isle community calls over road safety fears

Highland MSP backs Black Isle community calls over road safety fears

03 March 2024

Safety concerns have been raised in a Black Isle community amid fears that the narrow road and increasing traffic are an accident waiting to happen.


A96 Investigation part three: 'No funding' for ANY A96 Corridor Review project before 2026

A96 Investigation part three: 'No funding' for ANY A96 Corridor Review project before 2026

A96 Investigation part three: 'No funding' for ANY A96 Corridor Review project before 2026

01 March 2024

NO money is available for any A96 dualling sections which survive the ongoing, year-late, review of the project, we can reveal.


40mph speed limit planned for A9 roundabout accident blackspot

40mph speed limit planned for A9 roundabout accident blackspot

40mph speed limit planned for A9 roundabout accident blackspot

29 February 2024

One of the region's busiest roundabouts and notorious accident blackspots looks set for a much reduced speed limit under plans by Transport Scotland.


Lib Dem budget amendment seeks £30m more for roads and to fully fund new St Clements school

Lib Dem budget amendment seeks £30m more for roads and to fully fund new St Clements school

Lib Dem budget amendment seeks £30m more for roads and to fully fund new St Clements school

29 February 2024

It also calls for a letter to the First Minister telling him his government made the council's 'severe financial plight of the council' worse.


ScotRail's early morning Wick to Inverness service hit by staff illness

ScotRail's early morning Wick to Inverness service hit by staff illness

ScotRail's early morning Wick to Inverness service hit by staff illness

29 February 2024

Train travellers on this morning’s early service from Wick to Inverness have been hit by disruption north of Lairg.


Fine and points for careless A9 driver

Fine and points for careless A9 driver

Fine and points for careless A9 driver

29 February 2024

An inexperienced driver was caught out by a pool of water on a dual carriageway stretch of the A9, spun his car and hit a tree, a court has heard.


Buying a used car has never been easier with Dicksons of Inverness

Buying a used car has never been easier with Dicksons of Inverness

Buying a used car has never been easier with Dicksons of Inverness

28 February 2024

Dicksons of Inverness prides itself in being able to help people choose the best car, for their lifestyle and budget.


Whoops! Carrbridge mistaken for Cambridge in railway bridge sign gaffe

Whoops! Carrbridge mistaken for Cambridge in railway bridge sign gaffe

Whoops! Carrbridge mistaken for Cambridge in railway bridge sign gaffe

27 February 2024

Railway engineers have egg on their faces after a sign on a rail bridge on the Highland Mainline mistakenly mentioned Cambridge instead of Carrbridge.


Railway death of man in 60s 'not suspicious', police confirm

Railway death of man in 60s 'not suspicious', police confirm

Railway death of man in 60s 'not suspicious', police confirm

26 February 2024

The death of a man on the Far North Line in Inverness last week is not being treated as suspicious, the British Transport Police have confirmed.


A96 Investigation part two: Less than 0.5 per cent of A96 dualling price tag pledged as emails show removal of funding details from Government reports

A96 Investigation part two: Less than 0.5 per cent of A96 dualling price tag pledged as emails show removal of funding details from Government reports

A96 Investigation part two: Less than 0.5 per cent of A96 dualling price tag pledged as emails show removal of funding details from Government reports

26 February 2024

LESS than 0.5 per cent of the A96 dualling's price tag has been pledged – as internals emails reveal "removal" of funding details from report.


Railway line death in Inverness was man in his 60s, say police

Railway line death in Inverness was man in his 60s, say police

Railway line death in Inverness was man in his 60s, say police

23 February 2024

British Transport Police has revealed the person's sex and age but he has not yet been named by the force. Investigations are continuing.


Track safety inspection hits Inverness-Aberdeen trains, warns ScotRail

Track safety inspection hits Inverness-Aberdeen trains, warns ScotRail

Track safety inspection hits Inverness-Aberdeen trains, warns ScotRail

23 February 2024

A track safety inspection has sparked the closure of the Inverness-Aberdeen railway line at Dyce, ScotRail has warned.


A9 Dualling roadshow draws interest at Aviemore

A9 Dualling roadshow draws interest at Aviemore

A9 Dualling roadshow draws interest at Aviemore

22 February 2024

'Fantastic' news for campaigners that Salmond and Sturgeon will be called to explain to public enquiry why dualling was 'dropped' on their watch


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