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A welcome windfall for Inverness-based hospice

A welcome windfall for Inverness-based hospice

A welcome windfall for Inverness-based hospice

During lockdown, the Inverness-based charity had to cancel all of its face-to-face fundraising, and faced a funding shortfall of £750,000.


Gift shop is up for global accolade

Gift shop is up for global accolade

Gift shop is up for global accolade

Culloden Visitor Centre's souvenir shop is a finalist for the international Museums and Heritage Award – winners will be announced on Tuesday.


Top national award for Inverness volunteer cadet

Top national award for Inverness volunteer cadet

Top national award for Inverness volunteer cadet

A volunteer has achieved one of the highest accolades for his work with young people in Inverness.


New walking group aims to help people get out and about

New walking group aims to help people get out and about

New walking group aims to help people get out and about

Young adults are being given a chance to put their best foot forward with a new group set up to encourage people to enjoy the outdoors.


Tot’s survival bid ‘back at square one’

Tot’s survival bid ‘back at square one’

Tot’s survival bid ‘back at square one’

A Highland family from Alness is pleading for potential donors to come forward to help their ill daughter.


Persistence pays off for talented Inverness schoolgirl

Persistence pays off for talented Inverness schoolgirl

Persistence pays off for talented Inverness schoolgirl

A character created by the eight-year-old Cradlehall Primary pupil will rub shoulders with legends such as Dennis the Menace and Gnasher in the comic.


Jewellery designer preparing to bounce back after coronavirus put brakes on degree show

Jewellery designer preparing to bounce back after coronavirus put brakes on degree show

Jewellery designer preparing to bounce back after coronavirus put brakes on degree show

A jewellery designer from the Black Isle is looking to the next step in her career.


Mobile speed camera to be deployed on Avoch road

Mobile speed camera to be deployed on Avoch road

Mobile speed camera to be deployed on Avoch road

A speed camera is to be installed on the road through Avoch after numerous complaints about speeding drivers.


Black Isle business hit by a thief reopens

Black Isle business hit by a thief reopens

Black Isle business hit by a thief reopens

A business near Cromarty which put food on people's tables through the coronavirus crisis has reopened after sufffering thousands of pounds of damage.


Parents pay tribute after sudden death of 32-year-old Inverness shop worker

Parents pay tribute after sudden death of 32-year-old Inverness shop worker

Parents pay tribute after sudden death of 32-year-old Inverness shop worker

Susan Moir died at the age of just 32 after suffering a sudden brain haemorrhage.


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