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Police warning after attempted break-in and theft at homes

Police warning after attempted break-in and theft at homes

Police warning after attempted break-in and theft at homes

Police Scotland are urging householders to be vigilant following an attempted break-in and a theft.


No new cases of Covid-19 in the Highlands for third day running

No new cases of Covid-19 in the Highlands for third day running

No new cases of Covid-19 in the Highlands for third day running

THREE days have now passed since the most recently confirmed case of Covid-19 in the NHS Highland area.


Doubt over future of Inverness branch of Pizza Express

Doubt over future of Inverness branch of Pizza Express

Doubt over future of Inverness branch of Pizza Express

Pizza Express is considering the future of 67 of its UK restaurants, though no specific premises have have been named yet.


Pupils praised by First Minister as exam results are released across Scotland

Pupils praised by First Minister as exam results are released across Scotland

Pupils praised by First Minister as exam results are released across Scotland

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said she does not underestimate how tough the lockdown has been on those who had been due to sit exams this summer.


Highland ambulance crews to carry upgraded defibrillators

Highland ambulance crews to carry upgraded defibrillators

Highland ambulance crews to carry upgraded defibrillators

New machines at 'the cutting edge' of life-saving technology


Drunk man who spat at police and told them he had AIDS is jailed

Drunk man who spat at police and told them he had AIDS is jailed

Drunk man who spat at police and told them he had AIDS is jailed

A drunk Inverness man who spat in the faces of two police officers, then told them he was suffering from AIDS, was jailed for 14 months this morning.


Cromarty Firth Free Trade Zone bid launched

Cromarty Firth Free Trade Zone bid launched

Cromarty Firth Free Trade Zone bid launched

Ambitious plans to create a Free Trade Zone in the Cromarty Firth could secure jobs for the next 50 years.


Landmark to close and rethink layout because of fairground rides ban

Landmark to close and rethink layout because of fairground rides ban

Landmark to close and rethink layout because of fairground rides ban

Landmark in Carrbridge has had to close for two days because of coronavirus move by Scottish Government


MP Drew Hendry urges local groups to apply for funding from the People's Postcode Lottery

MP Drew Hendry urges local groups to apply for funding from the People's Postcode Lottery

MP Drew Hendry urges local groups to apply for funding from the People's Postcode Lottery

Highland charities and good causes are being urged to apply for funding from one of four trusts funded by players of People’s Postcode Lottery.


Opposition councillors hit out at 'secrecy' around departure of Highland education head

Opposition councillors hit out at 'secrecy' around departure of Highland education head

Opposition councillors hit out at 'secrecy' around departure of Highland education head

Opposition councillors on Highland Council say questions need to be answered after the executive chief officer for education left his post abruptly.


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