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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.


Police investigating damage to drum before Scottish Cup tie involving Ross County and Partick Thistle

21 January 2024
Police investigating damage to drum before Scottish Cup tie involving Ross County and Partick Thistle

Police investigating damage to drum before Scottish Cup tie involving Ross County and Partick Thistle

21 January 2024

Ross County say they condem the "criminal behaviour".


UHI partnership with energy firm SSE aims to create "positive legacy" in the Highlands

21 January 2024
UHI partnership with energy firm SSE aims to create "positive legacy" in the Highlands

UHI partnership with energy firm SSE aims to create "positive legacy" in the Highlands

21 January 2024

The groups aim to work closely on delivery research, education, and employability initiatives.


Ex-paratrooper walking UK coastline for Armed Forces charity has 'never felt so at home' in Sutherland

21 January 2024
Ex-paratrooper walking UK coastline for Armed Forces charity has 'never felt so at home' in Sutherland

Ex-paratrooper walking UK coastline for Armed Forces charity has 'never felt so at home' in Sutherland

21 January 2024

Russell Chittenden began his journey six months ago.


ScotRail services to end early today ahead of Storm Isha amber warning

21 January 2024
ScotRail services to end early today ahead of Storm Isha amber warning

ScotRail services to end early today ahead of Storm Isha amber warning

21 January 2024

Several routes have been cancelled this evening and tomorrow morning.


Raigmore volunteers' donation enables portable testing pilot for urology patients

20 January 2024
Raigmore volunteers' donation enables portable testing pilot for urology patients

Raigmore volunteers' donation enables portable testing pilot for urology patients

20 January 2024

The new software will allow for portable monitoring of patients in clinics.


'Damaging gusts and heavy rain' ahead as Storm Isha warning is raised to amber

20 January 2024
'Damaging gusts and heavy rain' ahead as Storm Isha warning is raised to amber

'Damaging gusts and heavy rain' ahead as Storm Isha warning is raised to amber

20 January 2024

The public are being warned to prepare for a 12-hour spell of 'very strong, damaging winds'.


'Strong demand' for Edderton train stop as early survey results reveal 90 per cent support

20 January 2024
'Strong demand' for Edderton train stop as early survey results reveal 90 per cent support

'Strong demand' for Edderton train stop as early survey results reveal 90 per cent support

20 January 2024

The survey has had over 100 responses so far.


Rail passengers urged to check warnings before travelling as Storm Isha arrives

19 January 2024
Rail passengers urged to check warnings before travelling as Storm Isha arrives

Rail passengers urged to check warnings before travelling as Storm Isha arrives

19 January 2024

The storm could bring winds of up to 70mph on Sunday night and into Monday.


New operators plan 'vibrant and exciting' reopening for recently sold Falls of Shin Visitor Centre

19 January 2024
New operators plan 'vibrant and exciting' reopening for recently sold Falls of Shin Visitor Centre

New operators plan 'vibrant and exciting' reopening for recently sold Falls of Shin Visitor Centre

19 January 2024

New operators Salmon and Salt Company will run the venue for buyers Pure Leisure Group.


Dingwall auction firm's decision to withdraw livestock sales from island mart 'not taken lightly'

13 January 2024
Dingwall auction firm's decision to withdraw livestock sales from island mart 'not taken lightly'

Dingwall auction firm's decision to withdraw livestock sales from island mart 'not taken lightly'

13 January 2024

Dingwall and Highland Marts will no longer provide auctioneering services to the North Uist mart.


Survey seeks support for reinstatement of railway stop last used over 60 years ago

13 January 2024
Survey seeks support for reinstatement of railway stop last used over 60 years ago

Survey seeks support for reinstatement of railway stop last used over 60 years ago

13 January 2024

Edderton railway stop was last operational in 1960.


Council appeal for information after theft of snow poles on Highland road

12 January 2024
Council appeal for information after theft of snow poles on Highland road

Council appeal for information after theft of snow poles on Highland road

12 January 2024

12 snow poles have been cut off to near ground level on the A838.


Highland MP calls for meeting over 'worrying' news for staff as Menzies Parcels faces closure

12 January 2024
Highland MP calls for meeting over 'worrying' news for staff as Menzies Parcels faces closure

Highland MP calls for meeting over 'worrying' news for staff as Menzies Parcels faces closure

12 January 2024

The north of Scotland firm has notified staff of its impending closure.


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