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Highland MSP doesn't leave her faith at home

Highland MSP doesn't leave her faith at home

Highland MSP doesn't leave her faith at home

In his Christian Viewpoint John Dempster explores the faith of Kate Forbes MSP.


Business owner keeps things local

Business owner keeps things local

Business owner keeps things local

Small business owner in Inverness urges other businesses to look at sustainable ways of sourcing their produce.


No 'green' test for Nairn bypass - Ewing

No 'green' test for Nairn bypass - Ewing

No 'green' test for Nairn bypass - Ewing

Fergus Ewing is told that Nairn bypass and A96 Inverness - Auldearn dualling will not need "green" test.


Afternoon tea and tunes raises £2200 for Haven Appeal

Afternoon tea and tunes raises £2200 for Haven Appeal

Afternoon tea and tunes raises £2200 for Haven Appeal

Supporters of a project to develop a centre for young people with learning disabilities and complex needs enjoyed afternoon tea while raising £2200.


Service acts after critical inspection

Service acts after critical inspection

Service acts after critical inspection

A housing support service has already taken steps to improve in the wake of a critical report by the Care Inspectorate.


Member of Soroptimist International is as busy as a bee as the organisation celebrates its centenary

Member of Soroptimist International is as busy as a bee as the organisation celebrates its centenary

Member of Soroptimist International is as busy as a bee as the organisation celebrates its centenary

A challenge to do 100 things to celebrate the centenary of an international organisation inspired an Inverness member to take up her knitting needles.


Departing boss of Eden Court Theatre in Inverness reveals how a Christmas Eve phone call saved staff jobs as he talks about the pandemic, racism and THAT public artwork

Departing boss of Eden Court Theatre in Inverness reveals how a Christmas Eve phone call saved staff jobs as he talks about the pandemic, racism and THAT public artwork

Departing boss of Eden Court Theatre in Inverness reveals how a Christmas Eve phone call saved staff jobs as he talks about the pandemic, racism and THAT public artwork

Since arriving in Inverness to become chief executive of Eden Court, James Mackenzie-Blackman has spoken up issues from racism to gay rights.


Early Inverness provost was a wily foe

Early Inverness provost was a wily foe

Early Inverness provost was a wily foe

Early Inverness provost defeated his enemies on the Black Isle after getting them drunk.


Anniversary of killing of Nairn banker on his own doorstep

Anniversary of killing of Nairn banker on his own doorstep

Anniversary of killing of Nairn banker on his own doorstep

This weekend it will be 17 years since Alistair Wilson was shot and killed at his home.


Lots up for grabs at the Big Highland Auction

Lots up for grabs at the Big Highland Auction

Lots up for grabs at the Big Highland Auction

The Big Highland Auction for charity has kicked off and is busy already.


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