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New homes project would be 'natural expansion' of village

New homes project would be 'natural expansion' of village

New homes project would be 'natural expansion' of village

PLANS have been submitted to build 34 new homes – including detached bungalows – on a site in Beauly.


Students give top marks to university

Students give top marks to university

Students give top marks to university

The University of the Highlands and Islands has been rated as one of the top universities in the UK for postgraduate students.


Inverness College UHI apprentice wins top national award

Inverness College UHI apprentice wins top national award

Inverness College UHI apprentice wins top national award

AN Inverness College UHI apprentice has been named SECTT Electrical Apprentice of the Year for Scotland.


That's snow business! Cairngorm winter plans revealed; discounts due to unavailable funicular

That's snow business! Cairngorm winter plans revealed; discounts due to unavailable funicular

That's snow business! Cairngorm winter plans revealed; discounts due to unavailable funicular

All the stops are being pulled out to ensure snow sports enthusiasts have the best possible experience on Cairngorm this winter, says its operator.


Couples can win a wedding at Drumossie Hotel in Inverness

Couples can win a wedding at Drumossie Hotel in Inverness

Couples can win a wedding at Drumossie Hotel in Inverness

TIME is running out for couples keen to win a wedding worth more than £6000.


Responsible tourism is top priority at conference

Responsible tourism is top priority at conference

Responsible tourism is top priority at conference

MORE than 160 delegates are set to attend the area's largest tourism conference to date.


Another knock back for BrewDog's plans to come to Inverness

Another knock back for BrewDog's plans to come to Inverness

Another knock back for BrewDog's plans to come to Inverness

BREWDOG has suffered a second blow to its plans to come to Inverness after another planning application was rejected.


Hotel work prompts changes to loading and disabled parking bays in city centre

Hotel work prompts changes to loading and disabled parking bays in city centre

Hotel work prompts changes to loading and disabled parking bays in city centre

WORK on a new hotel in Inverness city centre has prompted changes to some loading and disabled parking bays.


City hotel awarded five-star accreditation

City hotel awarded five-star accreditation

City hotel awarded five-star accreditation

A five-star rating for the Ness Walk hotel confirms its status as the most luxurious hotel in Inverness.


Council sees red over cream paint

Council sees red over cream paint

Council sees red over cream paint

A guest house owner who broke planning rules when he painted the stonework on his property has lost an appeal against having to remove the paint.


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