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Dog event in Dingwall aims to bring fun and raise funds for charity

Dog event in Dingwall aims to bring fun and raise funds for charity

Dog event in Dingwall aims to bring fun and raise funds for charity

TAILS will wag in Dingwall as the town is set to host a charity dog parade this October.


Honour for Inverness cadet

Honour for Inverness cadet

Honour for Inverness cadet

Inverness Army Cadet to assist Lord Lieutenant of Inverness-shire in official duties as the Queen’s representative.


Club secures a 99-year deal

Club secures a 99-year deal

Club secures a 99-year deal

One of the Highlands’ oldest shinty clubs has secured its home ground for the next 99 years.


Hospice thanks sponsors for helping abseil

Hospice thanks sponsors for helping abseil

Hospice thanks sponsors for helping abseil

A number of local businesses helped make the charity’s first event in more than 19 months a huge success.


New fund for young musicians

New fund for young musicians

New fund for young musicians

A new fund to support those looking to start a career in music has been created in memory of a pioneering industry giant.


Housing plan for Drumnadrochit gets rejected

Housing plan for Drumnadrochit gets rejected

Housing plan for Drumnadrochit gets rejected

Local councillors vetoed the proposals amid concerns about over-development and the sheer size of the buildings


Audit Scotland notes ‘good progress’ on plans

Audit Scotland notes ‘good progress’ on plans

Audit Scotland notes ‘good progress’ on plans

Highland Council was recognised in a report examining governance and resource management practices


Car crashes in Inverness; at least one person taken to hospital

Car crashes in Inverness; at least one person taken to hospital

Car crashes in Inverness; at least one person taken to hospital

Emergency services have been sent to two crashes in Inverness.


PICTURES: Caravan blaze in Inverness

PICTURES: Caravan blaze in Inverness

PICTURES: Caravan blaze in Inverness

Fire appliances and police were called to the Hilton area of Inverness this evening after a caravan caught fire.


NHS Highland is 'making progress' on bullying

NHS Highland is 'making progress' on bullying

NHS Highland is 'making progress' on bullying

But HR boss Fiona Hogg warns that in dire cases of abuse staff could be fired


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