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Closure of play parks deemed unsafe sparks angry reaction

Closure of play parks deemed unsafe sparks angry reaction

Closure of play parks deemed unsafe sparks angry reaction

Furious parents are demanding a halt to the closure of play parks deemed dangerous by Highland Council.


Highland Council agrees 'positive' budget as the local authority looks to kick start the economic recovery of the north

Highland Council agrees 'positive' budget as the local authority looks to kick start the economic recovery of the north

Highland Council agrees 'positive' budget as the local authority looks to kick start the economic recovery of the north

Cllr Alasdair Christie says the plans are aimed at 'improving health and prosperity in our area'


Mother's Day food market is off the menu at Loch Ness-side hotel

Mother's Day food market is off the menu at Loch Ness-side hotel

Mother's Day food market is off the menu at Loch Ness-side hotel

A Loch Ness-side hotel has been forced to abandon plans to showcase local producers at a community food market on Mother's Day.


Police confirm no 'suspicious circumstances' after house fire in Nairn

Police confirm no 'suspicious circumstances' after house fire in Nairn

Police confirm no 'suspicious circumstances' after house fire in Nairn

Emergency services, including four Scottish Fire and Rescue Service appliances, were at the scene on Albert Street at 10.42pm.


Emergency services called to house fire in Nairn

Emergency services called to house fire in Nairn

Emergency services called to house fire in Nairn

Four fire appliances and the police were on scene at the family home on Albert Street at 10.42pm.


World Book Day events to be brought online by High Life Highland Libraries

World Book Day events to be brought online by High Life Highland Libraries

World Book Day events to be brought online by High Life Highland Libraries

Libriaries in the Highalnds are taking their events to celebrate World Book Day and encourage reading across communities on social media today.


High standards praised in Inverness Music Festival after being held online due to coronavirus pandemic

High standards praised in Inverness Music Festival after being held online due to coronavirus pandemic

High standards praised in Inverness Music Festival after being held online due to coronavirus pandemic

Classes in this year’s Inverness Music Festival have seen some strong competition, according to the adjudicators.


Residents of Nairn and Moray from the EU are urged to check their post-Brexit paperwork ahead of Settlement Scheme Deadline.

Residents of Nairn and Moray from the EU are urged to check their post-Brexit paperwork ahead of Settlement Scheme Deadline.

Residents of Nairn and Moray from the EU are urged to check their post-Brexit paperwork ahead of Settlement Scheme Deadline.

RESIDENTS from the EU living in Nairn and Moray are being urged to ensure they have the correct post-Brexit paperwork.


Brown bin fee in Highlands set to rise by £5 again

Brown bin fee in Highlands set to rise by £5 again

Brown bin fee in Highlands set to rise by £5 again

Figures suggest the Highlands’ brown bin scheme is making more money this year – and the fee for the fortnightly service is set to rise again.


Nairn mum's plea: ‘Give my daughter back – I love her’

Nairn mum's plea: ‘Give my daughter back – I love her’

Nairn mum's plea: ‘Give my daughter back – I love her’

Daughter now lives in care, while mum lives with her two other children.


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