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Ian Duncan


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Ian Duncan joined Highland News and Media in June 2019. He has been a journalist, both as a reporter and photojournalist, for more than 30 years. He studied press photography in Sheffield and newspaper journalism in Darlington. He has worked at various publications across the north of England and this is his first job in Scotland.

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Fresh appeal to drivers at Raigmore Hospital car park

20 May 2022
Fresh appeal to drivers at Raigmore Hospital car park

Fresh appeal to drivers at Raigmore Hospital car park

20 May 2022

NHS Highland asks motorists the question in a bid to reduce pressure on parking at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness.


Runner starts NC500 challenge

20 May 2022
Runner starts NC500 challenge

Runner starts NC500 challenge

20 May 2022

A footballer turned ultra-distance adventurer has started his latest extraordinary running challenge in Inverness today.


Ultra-distance runner to run the NC500 in 10 days

19 May 2022
Ultra-distance runner to run the NC500 in 10 days

Ultra-distance runner to run the NC500 in 10 days

19 May 2022

A footballer turned ultra-distance adventurer is due to start his latest extraordinary running challenge from Inverness Cathedral tomorrow.


UPDATE: One person taken to hospital following police incident

19 May 2022
UPDATE: One person taken to hospital following police incident

UPDATE: One person taken to hospital following police incident

19 May 2022

Police have confirmed that one person had to be taken to hospital following an incident today.


UPDATE: The A9 reopens

19 May 2022
UPDATE: The A9 reopens

UPDATE: The A9 reopens

19 May 2022

Traffic Scotland has announced that the A9 has now reopened. It was near the Culloden Road overbridge following an earlier police incident.


Highland jobs fair: 'Everyone is struggling to fill their vacancies'

18 May 2022
Highland jobs fair: 'Everyone is struggling to fill their vacancies'

Highland jobs fair: 'Everyone is struggling to fill their vacancies'

18 May 2022

The jobs fair was held on Friday and Saturday, with several local businesses happy to discuss a range of vacancies they are seeking to fill.


Highland cycle rally: 'There’s a growing demand to make our streets safer for everyone who uses them'

17 May 2022
Highland cycle rally: 'There’s a growing demand to make our streets safer for everyone who uses them'

Highland cycle rally: 'There’s a growing demand to make our streets safer for everyone who uses them'

17 May 2022

Cyclists in the Highlands joined riders across Europe over the weekend as part of continuing calls to make streets safer for everyone.


Cemetery extension bid tabled in Easter Ross

15 May 2022
Cemetery extension bid tabled in Easter Ross

Cemetery extension bid tabled in Easter Ross

15 May 2022

An Easter Ross cemetery could be extended if planners give the proposal the green light.


Ross sailing club on crest of a wave with life-saving defibrillator effort

14 May 2022
Ross sailing club on crest of a wave with life-saving defibrillator effort

Ross sailing club on crest of a wave with life-saving defibrillator effort

14 May 2022

Members of Chanonry Sailing Club are hoping to install a new public access defibrillator at Fortrose Harbour and has £850 in donations.


Police seize drugs with a street value of £3000 in Highland capital

12 May 2022
Police seize drugs with a street value of £3000 in Highland capital

Police seize drugs with a street value of £3000 in Highland capital

12 May 2022

Police in inverness who carried out an intelligence led drugs operation in Inverness town centre have seized drugs with a street value of £3,000.


UPDATE: Missing Inverness woman traced

12 May 2022
UPDATE: Missing Inverness woman traced

UPDATE: Missing Inverness woman traced

12 May 2022

A Police Scotland spokesman has said that 24-year-old Tanya Christina Mitchell, who had been missing from Inverness, has been traced safe and well.


UHI's world-leading research

12 May 2022
UHI's world-leading research

UHI's world-leading research

12 May 2022

Nearly three quarters of UHI research has been classified as "world leading" or "internationally excellent" in a new expert review.


Kidical Mass event in Highland capital

10 May 2022
Kidical Mass event in Highland capital

Kidical Mass event in Highland capital

10 May 2022

Young cyclists in the Highlands are set to join riders across Europe this weekend as part of calls to make streets safer for everyone.


The winning candidates from last week's local elections

10 May 2022
The winning candidates from last week's local elections

The winning candidates from last week's local elections

10 May 2022

Last week residents across the Highlands cast their votes in the local election. Here is the list of elected councillors in all 21 wards.


Black Isle energy bill woes thrust cost of living crisis into spotlight

08 May 2022
Black Isle energy bill woes thrust cost of living crisis into spotlight

Black Isle energy bill woes thrust cost of living crisis into spotlight

08 May 2022

The plight of a Black Isle householder facing £100 a week bills just to heat her home has thrust the cost of living crisis into the spotlight.


Cargo of aid from Highlands arrives safely in Poland

07 May 2022
Cargo of aid from Highlands arrives safely in Poland

Cargo of aid from Highlands arrives safely in Poland

07 May 2022

A huge shipment of aid collected in the Highlands of Scotland has been unloaded in Poland for distribution to help Ukrainian refugees.


Action call on energy crisis

07 May 2022
Action call on energy crisis

Action call on energy crisis

07 May 2022

The plight of a Black Isle householder anxious over heating costs has thrust the cost of living crisis into the local spotlight.


New chief of young people's charity hails 'trailblazing' success of team helping to change lives

07 May 2022
New chief of young people's charity hails 'trailblazing' success of team helping to change lives

New chief of young people's charity hails 'trailblazing' success of team helping to change lives

07 May 2022

A Highland charity has announced its new chief officer.


ROSS-SHIRE THROUGH THE LENS: The Clootie Well on the Black Isle

07 May 2022
ROSS-SHIRE THROUGH THE LENS: The Clootie Well on the Black Isle

ROSS-SHIRE THROUGH THE LENS: The Clootie Well on the Black Isle

07 May 2022

Ian Duncan visits the Clootie Well. Where have you been?


Views sought on the latest plan

06 May 2022
Views sought on the latest plan

Views sought on the latest plan

06 May 2022

Businesses and those with an interest in shaping the regional economy of the Highlands are being encouraged to have their say on the latest proposal.


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