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Plan lodged to breathe new life into historic Raigmore Tower

Plan lodged to breathe new life into historic Raigmore Tower

Plan lodged to breathe new life into historic Raigmore Tower

Proposals for Raigmore Tower will see the early 19th century building reworked for use as a family home.


Festive trees to go on show at Inverness Cathedral

Festive trees to go on show at Inverness Cathedral

Festive trees to go on show at Inverness Cathedral

Businesses and organisations are invited to support a Christmas Tree Festival being held at Inverness Cathedral.


Christmas tree back in Falcon Square

Christmas tree back in Falcon Square

Christmas tree back in Falcon Square

Highland Hospice’s annual Light up the Highlands fundraising appeal will include a tree in Inverness city centre.


Ness artwork project put on hold

Ness artwork project put on hold

Ness artwork project put on hold

Inverness’s controversial riverside arts project is in trouble again after Highland Council identified a funding shortfall for its centrepiece work.


Hospice squirrels set to go under the hammer

Hospice squirrels set to go under the hammer

Hospice squirrels set to go under the hammer

People now have the chance to bid for all 23 squirrel statues from Highland Hospice’s Go Nuts Art Trail.


Switch-on of Inverness Christmas lights will honour memory of two council staff members

Switch-on of Inverness Christmas lights will honour memory of two council staff members

Switch-on of Inverness Christmas lights will honour memory of two council staff members

THE memory of two members of Highland Council's lighting department will be honoured at the Inverness Christmas lights switch-on.


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.


Young tennis coach awarded for contribution to the sport

Young tennis coach awarded for contribution to the sport

Young tennis coach awarded for contribution to the sport

A coach with Inverness Tennis Club has been named Highland young coach of the year.


Auxiliary nurse keen to find 'lovely guy' she met in Inverness bar

Auxiliary nurse keen to find 'lovely guy' she met in Inverness bar

Auxiliary nurse keen to find 'lovely guy' she met in Inverness bar

AN auxiliary nurse is trying to track down a "lovely guy" she met during a night out in Inverness.


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