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Plan for £2.5 million Royal Bank of Scotland flagship branch for Inverness reaches latest hurdle

Plan for £2.5 million Royal Bank of Scotland flagship branch for Inverness reaches latest hurdle

Plan for £2.5 million Royal Bank of Scotland flagship branch for Inverness reaches latest hurdle

Plans for a new £2.5 million Royal Bank of Scotland flagship branch in Inverness is a step nearer after plans for the city site were lodged.


Piri-piri chicken takeaway plans for Inverness city centre move step closer

Piri-piri chicken takeaway plans for Inverness city centre move step closer

Piri-piri chicken takeaway plans for Inverness city centre move step closer

Proposals for a new piri-piri chicken restaurant in the heart of Inverness are a step nearer reality after the latest planning application was lodged.


Apprentice Boys of Derry invite Highland Council representatives to meeting to foster ‘informed dialogue’

Apprentice Boys of Derry invite Highland Council representatives to meeting to foster ‘informed dialogue’

Apprentice Boys of Derry invite Highland Council representatives to meeting to foster ‘informed dialogue’

Officers of the Protestant organisation, the Apprentice Boy of Derry, have invited Highland Council representatives to a meeting.


Why did it take so long for Inverness, Skye and West Ross-shire election result to be announced?

Why did it take so long for Inverness, Skye and West Ross-shire election result to be announced?

Why did it take so long for Inverness, Skye and West Ross-shire election result to be announced?

Questions are being asked about why it took so long to declare the Inverness, Skye and West Ross-shire constituency result in the General Election.


Highland Council Buses join ticketing app network to allow customers to purchase tickets online

Highland Council Buses join ticketing app network to allow customers to purchase tickets online

Highland Council Buses join ticketing app network to allow customers to purchase tickets online

Bus users will now be able to purchase Highland Council bus tickets through a dedicated app.


Highland Council announces winning contractor for £500k Whin Park refurbishment in Inverness

Highland Council announces winning contractor for £500k Whin Park refurbishment in Inverness

Highland Council announces winning contractor for £500k Whin Park refurbishment in Inverness

The winning bid for the £500,000 contract for the upgrade of a popular Inverness play park has been announced today.


Highland village go-ahead for 160 new homes

Highland village go-ahead for 160 new homes

Highland village go-ahead for 160 new homes

A growing Highland village is set for another tranche of housebuilding with approval for 160 new homes.


Tennis court floodlight plans approved despite light pollution worries

Tennis court floodlight plans approved despite light pollution worries

Tennis court floodlight plans approved despite light pollution worries

Floodlighting plans at an Inverness park that sparked light pollution concerns among nearby residents have been given the green light.


‘Shambles’, public share their thoughts as Inverness still waits to find out elected MP

‘Shambles’, public share their thoughts as Inverness still waits to find out elected MP

‘Shambles’, public share their thoughts as Inverness still waits to find out elected MP

The public have been sharing their thoughts on the vote counting fiasco for Inverness, Skye West Ross-shire.


‘Visionary leader’ wanted for Inverness Castle project

‘Visionary leader’ wanted for Inverness Castle project

‘Visionary leader’ wanted for Inverness Castle project

The search has begun to find the face who will lead an Inverness landmark into the future as a major tourist attraction.


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