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Highland Line 'close to normal' from Monday

Highland Line 'close to normal' from Monday

Highland Line 'close to normal' from Monday

Nationally, 'more than 90 per cent' of trains will be running, says ScotRail


New stretch of road at A9 Berriedale gets cautious welcome from councillor

New stretch of road at A9 Berriedale gets cautious welcome from councillor

New stretch of road at A9 Berriedale gets cautious welcome from councillor

The partial opening of the new stretch of road on the A9 at Berriedale Braes has received a cautious welcome from a Highland councillor.


Busy road near city centre to be closed for two weeks from Monday

Busy road near city centre to be closed for two weeks from Monday

Busy road near city centre to be closed for two weeks from Monday

A busy section of road near Inverness city centre will be closed for two weeks for utility work.


'End one-way traffic chaos,' demand business leaders

'End one-way traffic chaos,' demand business leaders

'End one-way traffic chaos,' demand business leaders

BUSINESS leaders have joined the growing chorus of demands for a controversial new one-way traffic system in Inverness to be scrapped.


Sections of National Cycle Network across Highlands downgraded in routes shake-up

Sections of National Cycle Network across Highlands downgraded in routes shake-up

Sections of National Cycle Network across Highlands downgraded in routes shake-up

Huge swathes of the National Cycle Network in the Highlands are to have their official status removed as part of a review.


£500,000 resurfacing works to cause disruption on A9

£500,000 resurfacing works to cause disruption on A9

£500,000 resurfacing works to cause disruption on A9

MOTORISTS on the A9 in the Cairngorms have been warned to expect three weeks of disruption when resurfacing work begins this weekend.


Stunning raptor mural to welcome visitors to Inverness and beyond

Stunning raptor mural to welcome visitors to Inverness and beyond

Stunning raptor mural to welcome visitors to Inverness and beyond

A STUNNING hen harrier mural will welcome visitors to the north, thanks to the efforts of a campaign group.


Free parking bid moves up a gear

Free parking bid moves up a gear

Free parking bid moves up a gear

A CAMPAIGN for free parking to help Inverness’s post-lockdown economic recovery is gaining momentum.


Call for Norbord to look at using rail

Call for Norbord to look at using rail

Call for Norbord to look at using rail

GREENS regional MSP John Finnie has called for wood board manufacturer Norbord to consider using rail more.


Police charge 15 motorists for speeding on North Coast 500 route during weekend road safety patrols

Police charge 15 motorists for speeding on North Coast 500 route during weekend road safety patrols

Police charge 15 motorists for speeding on North Coast 500 route during weekend road safety patrols

Road policing officers have charged 15 motorists with speeding offences during road safety patrols on the North Coast 500 route over the weekend.


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