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WILL CLARK: Valid reason for Caley Thistle to cry foul over battery farm

WILL CLARK: Valid reason for Caley Thistle to cry foul over battery farm

Councillors gave approval, but there are calls to review their decision.


Defender speaks of pride of being temporary captain at Ross County

Defender speaks of pride of being temporary captain at Ross County

Defender steps up as captain with regular skipper out of action.


‘Partick panic cost us,’ says Inverness Caledonian Thistle manager Duncan Ferguson

‘Partick panic cost us,’ says Inverness Caledonian Thistle manager Duncan Ferguson

Inverness threw away lead twice against Partick Thistle.


Big Ben strikes at three for Nairn County as he impresses on loan

Big Ben strikes at three for Nairn County as he impresses on loan

Encouraging start on loan at Station Park.


Sky broadband outage affects the North of Scotland

Sky broadband outage affects the North of Scotland

Residents in Inverness have been impacted by the outage since this morning.


INVERNESS BID SMALL BUSINESS FOCUS: Scoopings of success for Miele's Gelateria

INVERNESS BID SMALL BUSINESS FOCUS: Scoopings of success for Miele's Gelateria

Michael Miele, co-founder and director of Miele’s Gelateria talks about the success of Miele’s.


Ardersier Port owners create million-pound fund for communities around Ardersier and Nairnshire

Ardersier Port owners create million-pound fund for communities around Ardersier and Nairnshire

Haventus are intending to create a £1,000,000 Community Fund to benefit the communities around the port over the next ten years.


ACTIVE OUTDOORS: Village is a haven for wildlife and more

ACTIVE OUTDOORS: Village is a haven for wildlife and more

John Davidson enjoys a gentle woodland walk with the family at Boat of Garten, where he finds plenty to do


Are you brave enough for Full Monty Fundraiser for charity?

Are you brave enough for Full Monty Fundraiser for charity?

A Strictly Inverness dance couple are seeking men to be involved in their event in aid of the Highland Hospice and Inverness Ice Centre.


Highland Council education bosses blame poor attainment on primary school teachers

Highland Council education bosses blame poor attainment on primary school teachers

Councillor Helen Crawford says asking 'teachers to mark more generously' is 'just a big sticking plaster.'


Housing officers scared by Inverness man wielding a sledgehammer

Housing officers scared by Inverness man wielding a sledgehammer

Police tracked the man down, along with another who admitted possession of drugs.


Far north councillor in switch to Highland Independent group

Far north councillor in switch to Highland Independent group

Far north councillor Karl Rosie has joined the Highland Independent group on the local authority, saying he wants to "put people before politics".


New bar and restaurant set to open in Inverness

New bar and restaurant set to open in Inverness

The Battlefield Bar and Restaurant is based at Culloden Moor.


Campaign launches to support more victims of crime in Highlands and Islands

Campaign launches to support more victims of crime in Highlands and Islands

A new campaign has launched aiming to raise awareness of victims’ rights and peoples’ right to access support if they are affected by crime.


RED CARD CONTROVERSY: Caley Thistle lodge Max Anderson appeal

RED CARD CONTROVERSY: Caley Thistle lodge Max Anderson appeal

Caley Thistle this afternoon appealed Saturday’s red card decision against Max Anderson.


Miss Scotland leaves Inverness to compete in India to bring home the title of Miss World

Miss Scotland leaves Inverness to compete in India to bring home the title of Miss World

Chelsie Allison has started her journey in India in the bid to be crowned Miss World.


Find out which north charities will benefit from Highland Cross cash in 2024

Find out which north charities will benefit from Highland Cross cash in 2024

Four Highland charities are set to receive new vehicles to help their community efforts thanks to a unique event that is marking its 40th anniversary.


The Red Arrows set to be spotted flying over the region while based at RAF Lossiemouth

The Red Arrows set to be spotted flying over the region while based at RAF Lossiemouth

The Red Arrows are set to be flying over the region over the next few days.


Cradlehall named as one of the top 10 places to live in Scotland

Cradlehall named as one of the top 10 places to live in Scotland

A residential area in Inverness has been named as one of the top 10 places to live in Scotland.


UHI student fund re-opens thanks to £60,000 business pledge

UHI student fund re-opens thanks to £60,000 business pledge

RES has partnered with the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) to support a minimum of 60 students through their Student Development Fund.


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