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Candidates unify to condemn vandalism of political signs in the Highlands

Candidates unify to condemn vandalism of political signs in the Highlands

Candidates unify to condemn vandalism of political signs in the Highlands

Both the Conservatives and the SNP have fallen victim to the practice


Leading Inverness publican declares pub curfews an "own goal" in the fight against Covid-19

Leading Inverness publican declares pub curfews an "own goal" in the fight against Covid-19

Leading Inverness publican declares pub curfews an "own goal" in the fight against Covid-19

An award-winning Inverness publican failed to sway Scotland’s First Minister with a warning that hospitality curfews could heighten Covid-19 risks.


New coronavirus mobile testing unit to open in Inverness this week

New coronavirus mobile testing unit to open in Inverness this week

New coronavirus mobile testing unit to open in Inverness this week

Rapid Covid-19 tests for people without symptoms will be available in Inverness city centre from this Thursday.


Axe planned at Poppyscotland's Inverness office

Axe planned at Poppyscotland's Inverness office

Axe planned at Poppyscotland's Inverness office

POPPYSCOTLAND plans to axe its Inverness office as part of a shift towards more centralisation and working from home.


Jail for Inverness man who paid £50 for 13-year-old girl to strip

Jail for Inverness man who paid £50 for 13-year-old girl to strip

Jail for Inverness man who paid £50 for 13-year-old girl to strip

An Inverness man who paid £50 for a 13-year-old girl to strip down to her bra and pants has been jailed for three months.


Election 2021: Conservatives promise a £200 million fund to help councils fix potholes

Election 2021: Conservatives promise a £200 million fund to help councils fix potholes

Election 2021: Conservatives promise a £200 million fund to help councils fix potholes

Inverness and Nairn candidate Edward Mountain says local authorities have been 'short changed' by the SNP


NHS Highland records three new Covid cases

NHS Highland records three new Covid cases

NHS Highland records three new Covid cases

ANOTHER three Covid-19 infections have been detected across the NHS Highland area.


Breaking: Pubs, hospitality, gyms and non-essential shops to reopen from Monday

Breaking: Pubs, hospitality, gyms and non-essential shops to reopen from Monday

Breaking: Pubs, hospitality, gyms and non-essential shops to reopen from Monday

The First Minister confirmed that the country will move from level four to level three in a major relaxation of the lockdown


Helicopter airlifts swimmer to hospital after emergency call-out in Moray Firth

Helicopter airlifts swimmer to hospital after emergency call-out in Moray Firth

Helicopter airlifts swimmer to hospital after emergency call-out in Moray Firth

A “SEVERELY hypothermic” swimmer was rescued from the waters of the Moray Firth last night after getting into difficulty near Nairn.


Mum pleas for missing son to 'ring me' after she believes he has started a new life in the Highlands

Mum pleas for missing son to 'ring me' after she believes he has started a new life in the Highlands

Mum pleas for missing son to 'ring me' after she believes he has started a new life in the Highlands

Andrew John Gardiner, also known as Andy– who would now be 47 – went missing on September 7 2020.


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