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Not all bad news for the north as study finds a fifth of Highlands and Islands businesses have grown over the last year

Not all bad news for the north as study finds a fifth of Highlands and Islands businesses have grown over the last year

Not all bad news for the north as study finds a fifth of Highlands and Islands businesses have grown over the last year

A fifth of Highland and Islands businesses have overcome the challenges of the pandemic to actually expand over the last 12 months, new study finds


Inverness business advice expert earns promotion

Inverness business advice expert earns promotion

Inverness business advice expert earns promotion

One of the UK's leading accountancy firms has promoted Inverness accountant Margi Campbell to Partner within its Highland capital office


Angry Inverness business leader draws comparison with the Highland Clearances as he calls for action to save the rural economy

Angry Inverness business leader draws comparison with the Highland Clearances as he calls for action to save the rural economy

Angry Inverness business leader draws comparison with the Highland Clearances as he calls for action to save the rural economy

A Highland business has received further recognition for its success with a placing on a list of UK businesses with the fastest-growing profits


Tomatin location a 'huge advantage' for £12m retail and hotel development, court told

Tomatin location a 'huge advantage' for £12m retail and hotel development, court told

Tomatin location a 'huge advantage' for £12m retail and hotel development, court told

The developer behind a £12 million development "jumped at the chance" to buy the location close to the village of Tomatin


Inverness food shop seeks offers for sought-after Little Moons in fundraising auction for charity

Inverness food shop seeks offers for sought-after Little Moons in fundraising auction for charity

Inverness food shop seeks offers for sought-after Little Moons in fundraising auction for charity

A special box of sought-after ice creams is being auctioned by an Inverness food shop to raise funds for charity.


High Life Highland reveals some reopening plans

High Life Highland reveals some reopening plans

High Life Highland reveals some reopening plans

Safety of its customers and staff remains the top priority for High Life Highland as the charity anticipates restrictions to be eased.


Investment will help Inverness communications firm achieve its £20m ambition

Investment will help Inverness communications firm achieve its £20m ambition

Investment will help Inverness communications firm achieve its £20m ambition

Successful Highland-based connectivity business HighNet is eyeing a potential £20 million turnover following significant investment


Business blueprint for recovery put to prospective Scottish parliamentarians

Business blueprint for recovery put to prospective Scottish parliamentarians

Business blueprint for recovery put to prospective Scottish parliamentarians

Inverness Chamber of Commerce (ICC) is calling for a “reset” in relations between business and government as the Holyrood elections approach.


PICTURE SPECIAL: City is back in the market!

PICTURE SPECIAL: City is back in the market!

PICTURE SPECIAL: City is back in the market!

Beautiful weather greeted hundreds of happy and inquisitive shoppers as Inverness Farmers’ Market made a welcome return after a three-month absence.


SPONSORED CONTENT: Store reopens with £1.25million-worth of savings for Highland furniture buyers

SPONSORED CONTENT: Store reopens with £1.25million-worth of savings for Highland furniture buyers

SPONSORED CONTENT: Store reopens with £1.25million-worth of savings for Highland furniture buyers

Blackbridge Furnishings is holding an absolutely massive three-day sale with extraordinary deals.


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