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Angry traders hit back over eviction plan at Victorian Market

Angry traders hit back over eviction plan at Victorian Market

Angry traders hit back over eviction plan at Victorian Market

Council officers have told 14 traders of plans to give them notice to quit early next year to enable an ambitious refurbishment.


Row over company name endangers delivery of £10 million hotel and retail development

Row over company name endangers delivery of £10 million hotel and retail development

Row over company name endangers delivery of £10 million hotel and retail development

Tomatin Distillery bosses are claiming that Tomatin Trading Company is taking unfair advantage of its reputation.


Online petition launched as market traders face eviction

Online petition launched as market traders face eviction

Online petition launched as market traders face eviction

AN ONLINE petition has been launched in a bid to prevent the eviction of 14 traders from the Inverness Victorian Market.


Jobs set for chop at sawmill

Jobs set for chop at sawmill

Jobs set for chop at sawmill

A Highland company has announced it is laying off up to 22 staff because of tough trading conditions in the timber sector.


Bars win top trade awards

Bars win top trade awards

Bars win top trade awards

AN Inverness bar has beaten off tough competition to win a top industry award at a ceremony in Glasgow.


Pensioner wins brand new car at Simpsons Garden Centre

Pensioner wins brand new car at Simpsons Garden Centre

Pensioner wins brand new car at Simpsons Garden Centre

A local pensioner has been announced as the winner of a brand new Volkswagen Polo worth more than £15,000 at Simpsons Garden Centre in Inverness.


Scottish Government accused of risking 'festive misery' over airport pay dispute

Scottish Government accused of risking 'festive misery' over airport pay dispute

Scottish Government accused of risking 'festive misery' over airport pay dispute

The Scottish Government has been accused of prolonging the stand-off in the current industrial dispute at Highland airports.


Hospitality operator takes team to Turkey

Hospitality operator takes team to Turkey

Hospitality operator takes team to Turkey

As part of its ongoing commitment to staff training and wellbeing, Cru Holdings took its management team on a weekend to Turkey.


City firm is new owner of The Classroom bistro in Nairn

City firm is new owner of The Classroom bistro in Nairn

City firm is new owner of The Classroom bistro in Nairn

Hospitality operator Cru Holdings has expanded into Nairn with the acquisition of the popular bistro The Classroom.


Undercover operation catches Highland premises selling cigarettes to youngsters

Undercover operation catches Highland premises selling cigarettes to youngsters

Undercover operation catches Highland premises selling cigarettes to youngsters

HIGHLAND premises which sold cigarettes or vape fluids to young test purchasers have paid the price.


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