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March 26 - April 2
Another Nessie sighting has been recorded on the Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings Register.
It brings the number so far this year to five.
The new name of the £20m community hospital nearing completion in Aviemore has been officially confirmed.
NHS Highland’s Health Board members agreed with the recommendation of Badenoch and Strathspey Community Hospital at their latest meeting earlier today.
A Kiltarlity woman is asking the energy ombudsman to intervene in a wrangle with her energy provider which said she owed more than £2000 – despite having been previously told it was just under £600.
Chloe Hardy says during telephone calls over the space of a few hours to clarify the level of arrears for her electricity usage, she was cited different amounts.
A witness appeal went out after an Easter Ross accident resulted in the death of a teenage boy and left two other people in hospital.
Police said a 16-year-old boy had died as a result of the accident last night on the B9176, also known as the Struie road.
Three people from Moray have been arrested and have appeared in court after an attempted murder in Rothes on Friday night.
Rachel Baillie (28) and Debbie Baillie (20), from Aberlour, appeared in private at Inverness Sheriff Court on Monday alongside Callum Brown (25), who was listed as living in Elgin.
The trio were arrested on Friday, March 26, after the attempted murder on a 41-year-old man at around 10pm in the Green Street area of Rothes.
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