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NHS Highland's refusal to fund a 'world class' lifesaving trauma team sparks questions

NHS Highland's refusal to fund a 'world class' lifesaving trauma team sparks questions

MSP Edward Mountain says 'this is a service that should be available for the full week, not just weekends'


Long-planned climbing centre is given go-ahead for development in retail unit

Long-planned climbing centre is given go-ahead for development in retail unit

Long-held plans to open a world-class climbing centre in Inverness are set to become a reality after council officers gave the project the go-head.


Future of hall is in your hands

Future of hall is in your hands

A historical community hall at the heart of Nairn’s old Fishertown could be given a new lease of life as a community hub.


Prince Andrew should lose title of Earl of Inverness, say city politicians

Prince Andrew should lose title of Earl of Inverness, say city politicians

Calls are being made for Prince Andrew to lose his title of Earl of Inverness after he was stripped of honorary military affiliations and patronages.


Inverness woman's slimline tonic

Inverness woman's slimline tonic

Inverness woman Sandie Porter loses 8 stones with Slimming World fitness plan.


Inverness-Heathrow route hangs by a thread after services suspended

Inverness-Heathrow route hangs by a thread after services suspended

British Airways has suspended flights between Inverness and London in what business leaders have described as an extremely disappointing decision


Top cop vows to tackle rise in violence

Top cop vows to tackle rise in violence

Tackling a rising tide of suicides, drugs deaths and violence against women and girls will be a major focus for Highland police in 2022.


Community fed up with eyesore building amid delays to repairs a year after being damaged by a car crash

Community fed up with eyesore building amid delays to repairs a year after being damaged by a car crash

A year after it was damaged by a car crash an Inverness building remains wreathed in scaffolding because of delays involving one of the owners.


Raising the par!

Raising the par!

Richard Johnstone is one of two new inductees into an international elite team of master greenkeepers.


Retired headmaster appears in BBC TV undercover weight loss show, Secret Body

Retired headmaster appears in BBC TV undercover weight loss show, Secret Body

A retired headmaster of an Inverness secondary school is to appear in a TV undercover weight loss show.


Developers behind planned expansion at out-of-town retail park hit back after council officers say proposals should not be supported

Developers behind planned expansion at out-of-town retail park hit back after council officers say proposals should not be supported

The developers behind expansion plans at an out-of-town retail park have hit back after council officers said the proposals should not be supported.


Community councillors challenge Highland Council over charging arrangements for leisure facilities

Community councillors challenge Highland Council over charging arrangements for leisure facilities

Nairn community councillors have alleged double charging over running of the links leisure park and paddling pool/ splash pad.


Journey to hospital operating theatre set to become more child-friendly thanks to children's charity

Journey to hospital operating theatre set to become more child-friendly thanks to children's charity

Young patients going to the operating theatre at Raigmore Hospital will have a more child-friendly journey from spring thanks to a children’s charity.


Young lawyer who endured years of pain from warping of her spine has 'miracle' recovery after turning to physiotherapist

Young lawyer who endured years of pain from warping of her spine has 'miracle' recovery after turning to physiotherapist

A young lawyer who endured three years of pain from profound warping to her spine has experienced life-changing recovery thanks to a physiotherapist.


Emergency operations bunker in Inverness houses relics from the Cold War

Emergency operations bunker in Inverness houses relics from the Cold War

Passers-by could be forgiven for thinking they are back in the Cold War era with the latest arrivals at the Emergency Operations Bunker in Inverness.


Children's play areas are 'failing' youngsters

Children's play areas are 'failing' youngsters

Children in Queenspark, Nairn, can expect to have equipment installed at the Riverside playground by next spring.


Heritage organisation objects to city centre hotel design

Heritage organisation objects to city centre hotel design

A heritage organisation says the design of a proposed new hotel is out of keeping with the area it would be in.


Man to receive help after assaulting steward at lap-dancing club

Man to receive help after assaulting steward at lap-dancing club

An Inverness father-of-two who attended a local lap-dancing club and punched a door steward is to get social work assistance.


Energy company heartened by level of support for planned pumped storage hydro scheme near Loch Ness

Energy company heartened by level of support for planned pumped storage hydro scheme near Loch Ness

The company behind a new pumped storage hydro scheme planned for the south side of Loch Ness is heartened by the level of support for the plans.


Government rejects bid to create leisure complex on Culloden battlefield site

Government rejects bid to create leisure complex on Culloden battlefield site

A separate appeal against refusal of permission to turn a former steading also on the battlefield site into a family home has, however, been granted.


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