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Film Festival set to visit Eden Court in Inverness

Film Festival set to visit Eden Court in Inverness

Film Festival set to visit Eden Court in Inverness

The Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour is back for 2022 and will be at Eden Court in Inverness in March.


NHS Highland's refusal to fund a 'world class' lifesaving trauma team sparks questions

NHS Highland's refusal to fund a 'world class' lifesaving trauma team sparks questions

NHS Highland's refusal to fund a 'world class' lifesaving trauma team sparks questions

MSP Edward Mountain says 'this is a service that should be available for the full week, not just weekends'


Future of Nairn's Seaman’s Victoria Hall is in your hands

Future of Nairn's Seaman’s Victoria Hall is in your hands

Future of Nairn's Seaman’s Victoria Hall is in your hands

A historical community hall at the heart of Nairn’s old Fishertown could be given a new lease of life as a community hub.


Deportation threat for city soldier

Deportation threat for city soldier

Deportation threat for city soldier

A serving Inverness soldier feared he would be deported back to his native Fiji when he got a letter from the Home Office.


Family says home life is ‘unbearable’

Family says home life is ‘unbearable’

Family says home life is ‘unbearable’

An Inverness couple is pleading to be rehomed saying cramped conditions at their current address are placing an “unbearable” strain on family life.


Baker will get fruity with local partnership

Baker will get fruity with local partnership

Baker will get fruity with local partnership

Saplings are being planted in Nairn to produce apple trees that will help local Ashers Bakery produce tasty treats.


Restrictions introduced to tackle the Omicron variant are set to be lifted from Monday

Restrictions introduced to tackle the Omicron variant are set to be lifted from Monday

Restrictions introduced to tackle the Omicron variant are set to be lifted from Monday

The First Minister confirms that Scotland has 'turned the corner on the Omicron wave'


Community groups encouraged to apply for funding

Community groups encouraged to apply for funding

Community groups encouraged to apply for funding

Successful applicants will get a share of £78,728 from the place-based investment programme funding by Highland Council’s Nairnshire Area Committee.


Is your pooch the best looking in Inverness?

Is your pooch the best looking in Inverness?

Is your pooch the best looking in Inverness?

Local bar Platform 8 are hosting a competition to find the best looking dog.


Highland Council switches off Christmas lights

Highland Council switches off Christmas lights

Highland Council switches off Christmas lights

They will be taken down this week – the delay in switching them off was due to staff shortages affected by Covid and other priority lighting faults.


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