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Prison officer struck on head after sibling cell-mates feud

Prison officer struck on head after sibling cell-mates feud

Prison officer struck on head after sibling cell-mates feud

A prisoner who fell out with his cell-mate brother leapt out of his bunk and struck a prison officer on the head with his knee.


PICTURES: Pride for Scotland fans in Inverness

PICTURES: Pride for Scotland fans in Inverness

PICTURES: Pride for Scotland fans in Inverness

Football fans were buzzing with anticipation for Tuesday's game against Croatia after Scotland's men's team drew 0-0 with England last night.


The Scottish Public Service Ombudsman has told Highland Council to apologise after removing a child without following correct procedures

The Scottish Public Service Ombudsman has told Highland Council to apologise after removing a child without following correct procedures

The Scottish Public Service Ombudsman has told Highland Council to apologise after removing a child without following correct procedures

The report comes after a parent complained the council had failed to follow its own child protection procedures.


PICTURES: Sun shines on another Exclusively Highland outdoor market at Wildwoodz near Munlochy

PICTURES: Sun shines on another Exclusively Highland outdoor market at Wildwoodz near Munlochy

PICTURES: Sun shines on another Exclusively Highland outdoor market at Wildwoodz near Munlochy

With more than 45 different craft, food and drink stands, as well as two takeaway street food stalls, there was lots on offer for visitors.


Recruitment drive kicks off to open toilets

Recruitment drive kicks off to open toilets

Recruitment drive kicks off to open toilets

Staff shortages mean hundreds of footballers using community pitches – without access to toilets – are forced to spend a penny outside.


Three-week road closure in Inverness neighbourhood

Three-week road closure in Inverness neighbourhood

Three-week road closure in Inverness neighbourhood

A ROAD in Inverness is to be closed for almost three weeks while street lighting works are carried out.


Raigmore Hospital takes delivery of state-of-the-art surgery robot

Raigmore Hospital takes delivery of state-of-the-art surgery robot

Raigmore Hospital takes delivery of state-of-the-art surgery robot

NHS Highland says the new technology will allow complex surgical procedures to be performed using a minimally invasive approach.


Call for Highland Council to lobby over Boundaries Scotland review

Call for Highland Council to lobby over Boundaries Scotland review

Call for Highland Council to lobby over Boundaries Scotland review

At a meeting of the Cross Party Council Boundary Review Group held earlier this week members expressed their disappointment with the review.


Rise of 25 in number of confirmed Covid-19 cases

Rise of 25 in number of confirmed Covid-19 cases

Rise of 25 in number of confirmed Covid-19 cases

For a third day in a row the number of new Covid cases in NHS Highland is in double digits.


Council seeks millions from UK government for infrastructure projects to boost economy

Council seeks millions from UK government for infrastructure projects to boost economy

Council seeks millions from UK government for infrastructure projects to boost economy

Highland Council has submitted funding bids totalling more than £80 million to the UK government.


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