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City Seen Flashback: Pictures from Inverness in 2013

City Seen Flashback: Pictures from Inverness in 2013

Today we go back to 2013, in Inverness.


Caley Jags’ 2015 Scottish Cup hero says time feels right for change at top of club

Caley Jags’ 2015 Scottish Cup hero says time feels right for change at top of club

James Vincent, scorer of the winning goal against Falkirk at Hampden Park, has become the latest to call for change in leadership at Caley Thistle.


Highland Council to assist hospice and UHI Inverness with application for end-of-life discussion project

Highland Council to assist hospice and UHI Inverness with application for end-of-life discussion project

Highland Council will work with UHI Inverness and Highland Hospice to improve their bid for funding for a project to enable end-of-life conversations.


A9 campaigner Laura Hansler slams Nicola Sturgeon’s ‘lame excuses’ for dualling delays

A9 campaigner Laura Hansler slams Nicola Sturgeon’s ‘lame excuses’ for dualling delays

Speaking about the former First Minister, Ms Hansler says ‘she doesn’t care – she simply doesn’t care. They have got blood on their hands’.


Strike action involving cleansing and waste workers in the Highlands could begin in July

Strike action involving cleansing and waste workers in the Highlands could begin in July

Highland Council could be among 29 councils in Scotland affected by industrial action launched by the country’s largest union.


Scotland’s ‘tourist tax’ welcomed by Highland Council but tourism body fears for ‘hard-pressed sector’

Scotland’s ‘tourist tax’ welcomed by Highland Council but tourism body fears for ‘hard-pressed sector’

The ‘tourist tax’ approved by the Scottish Government yesterday has been welcomed by Highland Council.


Police raid captures Inverness drug dealers

Police raid captures Inverness drug dealers

Four people have been arrested and charged in connection with drug offences in Inverness.


Ashley Cain passes Inverness after first leg of world record attempt in memory of baby daughter

Ashley Cain passes Inverness after first leg of world record attempt in memory of baby daughter

Ashley Cain is completing over 100 miles a day in memory of his baby girl who tragically died of cancer.


EXCLUSIVE: Kelty Hearts don’t own stadium earmarked for Caley Thistle training base - and Fife Council wants answers

EXCLUSIVE: Kelty Hearts don’t own stadium earmarked for Caley Thistle training base - and Fife Council wants answers

Fife Council, rather than Kelty Hearts, owns the stadium Caley Thistle plan to use for training - and is seeking answers on the deal.


Who will ICT and Ross County face in the League Cup group stage?

Who will ICT and Ross County face in the League Cup group stage?

The draw has been made – see which groups the Highland clubs have ended up in.


WATCH: Nicola Sturgeon blames ‘austerity, Brexit, the pandemic’ for A9 dualling delays’

WATCH: Nicola Sturgeon blames ‘austerity, Brexit, the pandemic’ for A9 dualling delays’

Fergus Ewing asked her: ‘surely, many people are right to say the A9 just wasn’t the top priority for the Scottish Government’.


Man jailed for carrying knife in Inverness housing estate

Man jailed for carrying knife in Inverness housing estate

The blade was found during a police search and Sheriff Gary Aitken said there was no alternative to a custodial sentence.


WATCH: “The only way we feel that we can be felt and heard is by holding our money back.”

WATCH: “The only way we feel that we can be felt and heard is by holding our money back.”

Fans shared their thoughts about the state of affairs at the club after last night’s ICT Supporters’ Trust meeting.


Police launch appeal following ‘life threatening’ A96 crash between Forres and Nairn

Police launch appeal following ‘life threatening’ A96 crash between Forres and Nairn

An 80-year-old woman was taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary with ‘life threatening’ injuries.


Inverness Crazy Golf break-in sparks witness appeal by Police Scotland

Inverness Crazy Golf break-in sparks witness appeal by Police Scotland

Police have appealed to the public for more information after charity and till float money was stolen from the business.


Inverness man leaves bite mark on police officer’s leg

Inverness man leaves bite mark on police officer’s leg

“Officers had to use seven open-hand strikes to his head to get him to release his grip,” hears Inverness Sheriff Court.


Drinker threatened employee at Inverness McDonald’s with a broken bottle

Drinker threatened employee at Inverness McDonald’s with a broken bottle

He also spat at a police van when he was arrested.


Investment into ICT academy would be a ‘godsend’

Investment into ICT academy would be a ‘godsend’

Discussions are ongoing with a sponsor who could potentially fund the Inverness Caledonian Thistle academy.


‘We will get our club back’

‘We will get our club back’

The Inverness Caledonian Thistle Supporters’ Trust attempted to rally fans together at an open meeting this evening.


Caley Jags fans would prefer administration over Kelty move

Caley Jags fans would prefer administration over Kelty move

At tonight’s Supporters’ Trust meeting, ICT supporters overwhelmingly said they would prefer to put the club into administration over moving to Fife.


OUT AND ABOUT WITH RALPH: Red, black and blue - the effect of mountain bike trails in the wet!

OUT AND ABOUT WITH RALPH: Red, black and blue - the effect of mountain bike trails in the wet!

Downpours make for a tough test on tricky trails in Lake District – but ‘Ralph maun ride’!


Bill on 'tourist tax' backed by Highland Council approved at Holyrood

Bill on 'tourist tax' backed by Highland Council approved at Holyrood

MSPs have voted in favour of introducing a tourist tax in Scotland.


Bill on 'tourist tax' backed by Highland Council approved at Holyrood

Bill on 'tourist tax' backed by Highland Council approved at Holyrood

MSPs have voted in favour of introducing a tourist tax in Scotland.


UPDATE: A96 remains closed between Nairn and Forres after collision

UPDATE: A96 remains closed between Nairn and Forres after collision

The A96 is currently closed in both directions between Nairn and Forres due to a road traffic collision.


Special service in Nairn set to commemorate D-day

Special service in Nairn set to commemorate D-day

Nairn will commemorate D-Day and the Normandy landings next week with a special service at Nairn Links.


Two men jailed after ‘brutal and appalling attack’ in Inverness

Two men jailed after ‘brutal and appalling attack’ in Inverness

A third man had sentence further deferred at Inverness Sheriff Court.


Highland MSP Burgess calls for Venetian-style tourist levy

Highland MSP Burgess calls for Venetian-style tourist levy

Scottish Green MSP calls for cruise ship levy and future daily fee on motor homes to benefit Highland communities.


PICTURES: Sun shines on Nairn regatta weekend

PICTURES: Sun shines on Nairn regatta weekend

The weather was kind to rowers in Nairn as the home club hosted its second-ever regatta on Saturday.


Emergency services on the scene of two-vehicle A96 crash

Emergency services on the scene of two-vehicle A96 crash

Police were called to the scene at around 3pm this afternoon (May 28).


WATCH: Public in Inverness shocked at Rishi Sunak’s ‘ridiculous’ national service idea

WATCH: Public in Inverness shocked at Rishi Sunak’s ‘ridiculous’ national service idea

Public are shocked at Rishi Sunak’s proposal to introduce national service to young people across the UK after he called for a General Election.


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