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'We want assurances over our by-pass!'

'We want assurances over our by-pass!'

Community leaders are to press transport minister Jenny Gilruth to confirm both a time frame and when funding will be allocated for the Nairn bypass.


World's first Highland Games stadium deemed 'not fit for use' as £6.7m vision for its restoration is revealed

World's first Highland Games stadium deemed 'not fit for use' as £6.7m vision for its restoration is revealed

A nationally-significant city site has been deemed “not fit for use” as a £6.7 million vision is unveiled for its potential restoration.


COMMENT: Who will be the next Provost and city leader of Inverness?

COMMENT: Who will be the next Provost and city leader of Inverness?

The holder of the position will head up one the council’s most influential committees.


Doubts over dualling of A96

Doubts over dualling of A96

Transport Scotland has announced a review of the multibillion-pound project as part of a consultation.


Covid survivor Sarah pleads for more compassion for the vulnerable

Covid survivor Sarah pleads for more compassion for the vulnerable

One of the sickest Highlanders to survive Covid-19 has made a plea for more compassion to be shown towards the vulnerable with restrictions eased.


Cycle path plan seeks to connect Nairn, Cawdor and Tornagrain

Cycle path plan seeks to connect Nairn, Cawdor and Tornagrain

Cawdor Winds of Change trustees are looking to invest in an ambitious project to create an all-abilities cycle path from Tornagrain to Nairn.


‘We support you’ – ICT’s ambitious women’s football plans get strong backing

‘We support you’ – ICT’s ambitious women’s football plans get strong backing

Moves to create a groundbreaking new football mecca in Inverness have drawn wholehearted endorsement from leading political and sporting figures.


Popular city bar to celebrate its 25th anniversary

Popular city bar to celebrate its 25th anniversary

Johnny Foxes in Inverness to celebrate its 25th anniversary


Council will consider legal action against port owners if they fail to meet terms of land reform laws

Council will consider legal action against port owners if they fail to meet terms of land reform laws

An Access Management Plant (AMP) has been approved for a peninsula opposite the former oil platform construction yard.


Trustees of Seaman’s Hall declined community council request to discuss plans to transfer ownership

Trustees of Seaman’s Hall declined community council request to discuss plans to transfer ownership

The trustees have been struggling to keep the building running and have entered discussions with Green Hive (GH) about its future use.


More cash needed for controversial riverside artwork site

More cash needed for controversial riverside artwork site

More public money is to be spent on land at the Gathering Place artwork in Inverness – but Highland Council cannot say how much.


Teenager battling incurable cancer will fulfil her 'bucket list' thanks to generosity of friends and strangers

Teenager battling incurable cancer will fulfil her 'bucket list' thanks to generosity of friends and strangers

Maisie Fraser (18), who lives in the Hilton area of Inverness, was diagnosed with rare and incurable liver cancer in 2020.


New supermarket will not impact on city centre or nearby retail parks, according to study

New supermarket will not impact on city centre or nearby retail parks, according to study

The vitality or viability of Inverness city centre will not be adversely hit by proposals for a new supermarket at Inshes, developers maintain.


Youth organisations to be impacted by rise in council rents

Youth organisations to be impacted by rise in council rents

The new charges, which came into effect this month, apply to the use of premises such as school halls, classrooms, community halls and social spaces.


Tribute fund set up to help good causes

Tribute fund set up to help good causes

The owners of Inverness windows manufacturer Cairngorm Group are to launch a fund to help deserving causes in memory of a relative who died last year.


The first female Provost of Inverness: ‘I did as much as I could for city’

The first female Provost of Inverness: ‘I did as much as I could for city’

Helen Carmichael will step down from the job she says is a 'joy' in May


Tornagrain to miss out on new school for another eight years

Tornagrain to miss out on new school for another eight years

No new school until 2030 Tornagrain told.


Property market facing lack of stock amid rapid turnover of sales

Property market facing lack of stock amid rapid turnover of sales

The Inverness property market is facing a lack of stock with houses spending hardly any time on the market, agents have reported.


Lone cyclist to tackle the UK on charity mission

Lone cyclist to tackle the UK on charity mission

A courageous woman will begin her incredible journey cycling around the UK to raise money for a charity and work on her own mental health.


Woman hopes to offer help as war in Ukraine leads to humanitarian crisis

Woman hopes to offer help as war in Ukraine leads to humanitarian crisis

The unfolding humanitarian crisis as refugees flee the war in Ukraine has prompted a Nairn woman to plan a trip to Poland to volunteer her help.


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