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Badminton event dream come true for Tain rider and homebred pony duo

01 March 2024
Badminton event dream come true for Tain rider and homebred pony duo

Badminton event dream come true for Tain rider and homebred pony duo

01 March 2024

Ross-shire event rider looking forward to big event.


Individual accolade for Dingwall filmmaker at FilmG Gaelic short film awards

25 February 2024
Individual accolade for Dingwall filmmaker at FilmG Gaelic short film awards

Individual accolade for Dingwall filmmaker at FilmG Gaelic short film awards

25 February 2024

Rachel Urquhart was rewarded for work on her documentary, "Còisir – Mgr M!".


UHI Inverness principal champions work-based learning and industry partnerships for Highland region

25 February 2024
UHI Inverness principal champions work-based learning and industry partnerships for Highland region

UHI Inverness principal champions work-based learning and industry partnerships for Highland region

25 February 2024

Highland councillors heard about the "crucial role" tertiary education plays in supporting the economic development of the region.


Police launch appeal after vandals target Easter Ross primary school

25 February 2024
Police launch appeal after vandals target Easter Ross primary school

Police launch appeal after vandals target Easter Ross primary school

25 February 2024

Police are seeking information after a bench and handrail were damaged.


PICTURES: Over 600 turn out for heat of Highland Shortbread Showdown

24 February 2024
PICTURES: Over 600 turn out for heat of Highland Shortbread Showdown

PICTURES: Over 600 turn out for heat of Highland Shortbread Showdown

24 February 2024

Shortbread makers from Inverness and Beauly qualified for the grand final.


Students at UHI Inverness 'grill' Highland MSP on Rwanda issues, trans rights and SNP policy

24 February 2024
Students at UHI Inverness 'grill' Highland MSP on Rwanda issues, trans rights and SNP policy

Students at UHI Inverness 'grill' Highland MSP on Rwanda issues, trans rights and SNP policy

24 February 2024

MSP Emma Roddick was invited to talk to the HNC Social Sciences and NC Social Science level 6 classes at UHI Inverness.


Tain club arrange double-memorial match to remember football stalwarts

18 February 2024
Tain club arrange double-memorial match to remember football stalwarts

Tain club arrange double-memorial match to remember football stalwarts

18 February 2024

Tain Thistle will remember two of its greatest servants on March 31.


Easter Ross village hall's plea for "friendly" and "forward-thinking" operator to take on community cafe

15 February 2024
Easter Ross village hall's plea for "friendly" and "forward-thinking" operator to take on community cafe

Easter Ross village hall's plea for "friendly" and "forward-thinking" operator to take on community cafe

15 February 2024

The hall are hoping to find a new operator who can provide "quality homemade" food.


Alness youngsters record big win over league leaders in under-18 north title race

14 February 2024
Alness youngsters record big win over league leaders in under-18 north title race

Alness youngsters record big win over league leaders in under-18 north title race

14 February 2024

United rocked the table toppers with a 2-0 win.


Raigmore are 'first in Scotland' to employ new breast cancer treatment

13 February 2024
Raigmore are 'first in Scotland' to employ new breast cancer treatment

Raigmore are 'first in Scotland' to employ new breast cancer treatment

13 February 2024

The breast team at Raigmore Hospital were first to use the new Pintuition System.


WATCH: Breast cancer survivor hails support of family and friends ahead of Highland catwalk fundraiser

08 February 2024
WATCH: Breast cancer survivor hails support of family and friends ahead of Highland catwalk fundraiser

WATCH: Breast cancer survivor hails support of family and friends ahead of Highland catwalk fundraiser

08 February 2024

Maureen Davidson will take to the catwalk this Saturday.


Far North line reopens after earlier closure due to flooding at Muir of Ord

07 February 2024
Far North line reopens after earlier closure due to flooding at Muir of Ord

Far North line reopens after earlier closure due to flooding at Muir of Ord

07 February 2024

The line had been closed due to flooding.


FLOODING UPDATE: Multiple roads remained closed in Inverness and Ross-shire due to flooding

05 February 2024
FLOODING UPDATE: Multiple roads remained closed in Inverness and Ross-shire due to flooding

FLOODING UPDATE: Multiple roads remained closed in Inverness and Ross-shire due to flooding

05 February 2024

Heavy rain and flooding continue to cause disruption across the north.


Homes in Conon Bridge without power after unplanned SSEN outage

02 February 2024
Homes in Conon Bridge without power after unplanned SSEN outage

Homes in Conon Bridge without power after unplanned SSEN outage

02 February 2024

The fault was raised at 12.16pm.


Multiple power cuts on west coast plunge homes into darkness after severe winds

31 January 2024
Multiple power cuts on west coast plunge homes into darkness after severe winds

Multiple power cuts on west coast plunge homes into darkness after severe winds

31 January 2024

Homes near Lochinver, and between Gairloch and Ullapool have been affected.


Port of Inverness launch hunt for 'general manager' in bid to 'maximise benefits' of freeport

30 January 2024
Port of Inverness launch hunt for 'general manager' in bid to 'maximise benefits' of freeport

Port of Inverness launch hunt for 'general manager' in bid to 'maximise benefits' of freeport

30 January 2024

The new manager will support enquiries from firms keen to take advantage of the Green Freeport status.


'Hard work' of volunteers praised as Wester Ross projects net share of £359k regeneration funding pot

29 January 2024
'Hard work' of volunteers praised as Wester Ross projects net share of £359k regeneration funding pot

'Hard work' of volunteers praised as Wester Ross projects net share of £359k regeneration funding pot

29 January 2024

Ten 'very worthy local projects' will benefit from grants.


Breast cancer survivor sets sights on Himalayan challenge to raise awareness of early diagnosis

27 January 2024
Breast cancer survivor sets sights on Himalayan challenge to raise awareness of early diagnosis

Breast cancer survivor sets sights on Himalayan challenge to raise awareness of early diagnosis

27 January 2024

Highland-born Gemma McMullan is raising funds for breast cancer awarness charity CoppaFeel!


Dingwall drum damage incident cast a 'dark shadow' over Scottish Cup game, say community council

22 January 2024
Dingwall drum damage incident cast a 'dark shadow' over Scottish Cup game, say community council

Dingwall drum damage incident cast a 'dark shadow' over Scottish Cup game, say community council

22 January 2024

Dingwall Community Council said the response from the community has been 'heart warming'.


STORM ISHA: ScotRail confirm all rail routes cancelled from 7pm with Monday rush hour services also suspended

21 January 2024
STORM ISHA: ScotRail confirm all rail routes cancelled from 7pm with Monday rush hour services also suspended

STORM ISHA: ScotRail confirm all rail routes cancelled from 7pm with Monday rush hour services also suspended

21 January 2024

Network Rail has suspended all passenger and freight services from 7pm.


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