RAIL services to Inverness and the north of Scotland are proving to be a “nightmare before Christmas”, a prominent business leader has said.
NEW trains on the Highlands' direct rail route with London will bring new benefits to not only individual travellers but the north economy as a whole.
CONSTRUCTION boss George Fraser is very happy with the performance of Inverness-based Tulloch Homes Group after it posted pre-tax profits of £8.8m.
AN Inverness guest house owner who broke planning rules when he painted the stonework on his property has been allowed extra time to remedy it.
PLANS for a tourist tax in the Highlands could take a big step forward when councillors vote whether to further explore the idea and draw up ideas.
Angus Forbes from Inverness has lifted the NFU Mutual and Scotland Food and Drink inspirational young person prize for 2019.
PLANS for a tourist tax in the Highlands could take a big step forward next week when councillors vote on whether to further explore the idea.
A THIRD round of behind-the-scenes talks has taken place in a bid to find a new home for a popular live music venue in Inverness.
TAXI drivers in Inverness have submitted a formal complaint against Highland Council amid plans to close a city centre taxi rank.
THERE was a big turnout today to celebrate the life of local businessman and sportsman Alistair Norrie, who enjoyed a “life well lived”.
Hotel plans were accepted as an improvement but not 'exceptionally pretty'
Scottish Water has apologised to customers and businesses in Inverness which were affected by a loss of supply this morning.