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City Seen Flashback: Pictures from Inverness in 2012

City Seen Flashback: Pictures from Inverness in 2012

Today we go back to 2014, in Inverness.


Hamilton man admits Inverness city centre assault

Hamilton man admits Inverness city centre assault

Victim was punched in the face twice.


TV personalities Stacey Solomon and Joe Swash in Inverness

TV personalities Stacey Solomon and Joe Swash in Inverness

Stacey Solomon and Joe Swash are in the capital of the Highlands with their children.


STORY + STAGE: Capture the magic of the Highlands through video

STORY + STAGE: Capture the magic of the Highlands through video

Story + Stage discuss how it can help your business showcase the Highlands to the rest of the world.


Thousands of Highlanders to craft new live performance art under Eden Court project

Thousands of Highlanders to craft new live performance art under Eden Court project

An ambitious plan to expand home-grown arts in Highland communities has been launched by Eden Court, & it is hoped thousands of people will take part.


Talented musician aims to be a hit on dancefloor at Strictly Inverness

Talented musician aims to be a hit on dancefloor at Strictly Inverness

Kenna Ross, who is a member of at least three local bands, has had her eyes on the annual charity event for some time.


MOTORS: ‘Wimpy features’ go when Ineos Grenadier leaves road

MOTORS: ‘Wimpy features’ go when Ineos Grenadier leaves road

The Grenadier is designed to appeal to outdoor types, farmers and adventurers, says our columnist.


Disqualified driver involved in collision in Inverness

Disqualified driver involved in collision in Inverness

He also pleaded guilty to having no insurance.


Inverness crash highlights urgent need for safety measures, councillor argues

Inverness crash highlights urgent need for safety measures, councillor argues

Long-running calls for lower speed limits and other safety measures at notorious junctions in a city neighbourhood have resurfaced after a crash.


PICTURES: First cast and traditional toast kick off fishing season at Beauly Angling Club

PICTURES: First cast and traditional toast kick off fishing season at Beauly Angling Club

The new angling season on the River Beauly is under way after anglers gathered on the banks of the waterway this weekend to mark the occasion.


3-vehicle crash closes busy road in Inverness

3-vehicle crash closes busy road in Inverness

Emergency services were called to the scene following a collision in Caulfield Road at its junction with Tower Road.


YOUR VIEWS: Questions 'unanswered' on Loch Ness hydro scheme, renewable energy in the Highlands and plans for Inverness street

YOUR VIEWS: Questions 'unanswered' on Loch Ness hydro scheme, renewable energy in the Highlands and plans for Inverness street

What has been on the minds of readers this week


Charity tin and tip jar stolen by thieves during Inverness takeaway break-in

Charity tin and tip jar stolen by thieves during Inverness takeaway break-in

Police have appealed for information following the break-in at a takeaway in the city's Telford Street.


Avoch Primary Nursery's Makaton training will 'benefit confidence' of children

Avoch Primary Nursery's Makaton training will 'benefit confidence' of children

Makaton is a simple way of communicating which is based on signs and symbols and used alongside speech.


Royal honour for UHI Inverness student's volunteer work

Royal honour for UHI Inverness student's volunteer work

Auldearn man Dylon Ford (19) received the King’s Award for Voluntary Service for his volunteer work at the ReBOOT social enterprise in Forres.


Teenagers compete at Highland Badminton Group Championships in Inverness

Teenagers compete at Highland Badminton Group Championships in Inverness

Inverness Leisure Centre hosted event.


Clach boss pleased to keep 'one of best defenders' in Highland League

Clach boss pleased to keep 'one of best defenders' in Highland League

Defender signs new deal at Grant Street Park.


Inverness fraudster fined as she's given six months to repay money

Inverness fraudster fined as she's given six months to repay money

The hotel waitress who unlawfully obtained benefits totalling over £10,000.


CHRISTIAN VIEWPOINT: Work reflects conviction that God cares for us

CHRISTIAN VIEWPOINT: Work reflects conviction that God cares for us

Christians believe God is the source of wisdom to both discern what is happening, and understand how to respond, says our columnist.


INNES & MACKAY: 150 years of dedication to the Highland community

INNES & MACKAY: 150 years of dedication to the Highland community

Dedication to the Highland community. Development of local people. Excellence in delivery of legal and property services.


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