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Row over permission to open new Nairn café

Row over permission to open new Nairn café

Row over permission to open new Nairn café

HUNDREDS of people have signed a petition in a bid to save a Nairn café after it opened without permission.


Highland Hospice Christmas tree initiative turns criticism upside down

Highland Hospice Christmas tree initiative turns criticism upside down

Highland Hospice Christmas tree initiative turns criticism upside down

Criticism of a under-decorated city centre Christmas tree has turned to joy when its true purpose was revealed.


Archives from Empire that ruled northern variety scene

Archives from Empire that ruled northern variety scene

Archives from Empire that ruled northern variety scene

A tribute to the Inverness Empire Theatre, which closed fifty years ago this weekend.


Highland spirit will shape new attraction in Inverness

Highland spirit will shape new attraction in Inverness

Highland spirit will shape new attraction in Inverness

THE ‘spirit of the Highlands’ will help inspire displays in the newly-transformed Inverness Castle when it finally opens as a visitor centre.


Time for action – ‘only a matter of time before a child is seriously hurt’ warn locals

Time for action – ‘only a matter of time before a child is seriously hurt’ warn locals

Time for action – ‘only a matter of time before a child is seriously hurt’ warn locals

Undercover police are being tasked with tackling rebellious groups of teenagers causing night-time trouble in parts of Inverness.


More flexible funding available for Highland Council play parks

More flexible funding available for Highland Council play parks

More flexible funding available for Highland Council play parks

Still £374k for local groups to apply for - and another £254k may come


Decision awaited on controversial hotel plans in Inverness

Decision awaited on controversial hotel plans in Inverness

Decision awaited on controversial hotel plans in Inverness

Controversial plans to knock down a popular live music venue in Inverness and replace it with a £30 million hotel could be decided next month.


A socially-distanced Santa's grotto to bring cheer to Inverness children

A socially-distanced Santa's grotto to bring cheer to Inverness children

A socially-distanced Santa's grotto to bring cheer to Inverness children

HUNDREDS of children have booked a socially-distanced appointment with Santa at the Eastgate Shopping Centre during the run-up to Christmas.


'Kessock Kindness' results in food share larder in response to Covid-19 challenges

'Kessock Kindness' results in food share larder in response to Covid-19 challenges

'Kessock Kindness' results in food share larder in response to Covid-19 challenges

A permanent home has been found for a food sharing enterprise on the Black Isle.


Moving tribute to take centre stage at Eden Court this Christmas

Moving tribute to take centre stage at Eden Court this Christmas

Moving tribute to take centre stage at Eden Court this Christmas

A moving tribute to those whose lives have been lost to Covid-19 will be front and centre when a leading Highland venue marks Christmas this year.


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