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Asda Cat finds new home

Asda Cat finds new home

Asda Cat finds new home

According to Inverness Cat Rescue Milly is now living in a beautiful west coast Scottish village and is already settling in and purring away happily.


Full steam ahead for Men’s Shed

Full steam ahead for Men’s Shed

Full steam ahead for Men’s Shed

An organisation which provides a meeting place for men has secured a second building on the platform at Nairn Railway Station for their activities.


Highland Council under fire over delays in the £7.5 million extension of an overcrowded Inverness school

Highland Council under fire over delays in the £7.5 million extension of an overcrowded Inverness school

Highland Council under fire over delays in the £7.5 million extension of an overcrowded Inverness school

Highland Council stands accused of “insulting pupils” and undermining educational attainment by delaying expansion of overcrowded Culloden Academy.


Former supermarket to be demolished after deal reached

Former supermarket to be demolished after deal reached

Former supermarket to be demolished after deal reached

A FORMER shop in picturesque Drumnadrochit is to be demolished and the site developed by the community as part of nearby housing plans.


Records shattered after entries flood in for FilmG awards

Records shattered after entries flood in for FilmG awards

Records shattered after entries flood in for FilmG awards

A RECORD breaking number of entries have been submitted for this year's FilmG – the Gaelic short film competition.


Girlguiding trio strike gold

Girlguiding trio strike gold

Girlguiding trio strike gold

Three members of the Lochardil Girlguiding unit in Inverness have completed the Gold Award.


Aldi set to close its Inshes outlet

Aldi set to close its Inshes outlet

Aldi set to close its Inshes outlet

The Inverness supermarket will be shut for just over four months so it can be refurbished.


POLL: Should there be a maximum price for selling cats and dogs online?

POLL: Should there be a maximum price for selling cats and dogs online?

POLL: Should there be a maximum price for selling cats and dogs online?

Would a maximum price help to curb the anguish caused to pet owners?


Highland Council to offer grants for low income households

Highland Council to offer grants for low income households

Highland Council to offer grants for low income households

The £270,000 Fuel Support Fund has been set up using Scottish Government funding which can be used flexibly to alleviate financial insecurities.


Huge lockdown beards raise vital cash for cause

Huge lockdown beards raise vital cash for cause

Huge lockdown beards raise vital cash for cause

TWO monster lockdown beards have helped to raise hundreds of pounds for a worthy cause, after two Cromarty men trimmed off the facial fuzz.


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