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Views sought on planned A82 improvements within Inverness

Views sought on planned A82 improvements within Inverness

Views sought on planned A82 improvements within Inverness

Views are being sought on plans to improve road safety and encourage active travel on a stretch of trunk road within Inverness.


Inverness-bound flight returns to Bristol following bird strike

Inverness-bound flight returns to Bristol following bird strike

Inverness-bound flight returns to Bristol following bird strike

An Inverness-bound flight from Bristol was forced to return to the airport soon after take-off this afternoon following a bird strike.


MSP hails free bus travel for young people as 'transformational'

MSP hails free bus travel for young people as 'transformational'

MSP hails free bus travel for young people as 'transformational'

Free bus travel for young people will be "transformational" for those in the Highlands, a local MSP believes.


Speed campaign targetting motorists launched

Speed campaign targetting motorists launched

Speed campaign targetting motorists launched

The Road Policing Unit in the Highlands and Islands will for the next fortnight focus on detecting speeding motorists.


Chance to have your say on Riverside Way

Chance to have your say on Riverside Way

Chance to have your say on Riverside Way

Highland Council has launched a consultation for feedback on the current measures for social distancing in place along the riverside area.


Thunder and rain sparks railway speed cuts

Thunder and rain sparks railway speed cuts

Thunder and rain sparks railway speed cuts

WARNINGS of disruptive thunderstorms and torrential rain have sparked moves to bring in reduced speed limits on several Highland railway routes.


Six airports to be hit by strike action on Thursday

Six airports to be hit by strike action on Thursday

Six airports to be hit by strike action on Thursday

It is as a result of strike action by Prospect – the airports which are affected Benbecula, Dundee, Inverness, Kirkwall, Stornoway and Sumburgh.


Thunderstorm risk upgraded to amber for Inverness and other parts of Highlands

Thunderstorm risk upgraded to amber for Inverness and other parts of Highlands

Thunderstorm risk upgraded to amber for Inverness and other parts of Highlands

A THUNDERSTORM warning for the Highlands has been upgraded to amber level by the Met Office, amid worries over potential flash flooding.


Potholes are growing issue

Potholes are growing issue

Potholes are growing issue

Highland Council need to secure roads and pavements for future use.


Flash flooding fears after thunderstorm warning issued for the Highlands

Flash flooding fears after thunderstorm warning issued for the Highlands

Flash flooding fears after thunderstorm warning issued for the Highlands

A THUNDERSTORM alert has been issued for much of the Highlands, amid warnings of potential localised flooding and transport disruption.


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