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A9 at Kessock Bridge clear after earlier vehicle breakdown

12 January 2024
A9 at Kessock Bridge clear after earlier vehicle breakdown

A9 at Kessock Bridge clear after earlier vehicle breakdown

12 January 2024

Lanes are now clear.


A9 restricted at Kessock Bridge due to vehicle breakdown

12 January 2024
A9 restricted at Kessock Bridge due to vehicle breakdown

A9 restricted at Kessock Bridge due to vehicle breakdown

12 January 2024

The breakdown occurred on the A9 southbound lane on the approach to Kessock Bridge.


WATCH: MP Drew Hendry calls for 'fairness and equity' in energy pricing with launch of Highland Energy Rebate campaign

11 January 2024
WATCH: MP Drew Hendry calls for 'fairness and equity' in energy pricing with launch of Highland Energy Rebate campaign

WATCH: MP Drew Hendry calls for 'fairness and equity' in energy pricing with launch of Highland Energy Rebate campaign

11 January 2024

The proposed scheme aims to provide financial relief to people in the Highlands and Islands


Unplanned SSEN outage leaves properties in Alness without power

05 January 2024
Unplanned SSEN outage leaves properties in Alness without power

Unplanned SSEN outage leaves properties in Alness without power

05 January 2024

The fault was reported at 8.56am.


PICTURES: New Dingwall football team hit the target with pre-season fundraiser

05 January 2024
PICTURES: New Dingwall football team hit the target with pre-season fundraiser

PICTURES: New Dingwall football team hit the target with pre-season fundraiser

05 January 2024

Mallard FC will join the Inverness & District amateur leagues next Spring.


Dingwall arts group offering free 'come and try' sessions in the fiddle, accordian and clarsach

02 January 2024
Dingwall arts group offering free 'come and try' sessions in the fiddle, accordian and clarsach

Dingwall arts group offering free 'come and try' sessions in the fiddle, accordian and clarsach

02 January 2024

Dingwall-based Fèis Ross are offering free sessions for people of all ages.


Greens MSP Ariane Burgess welcomes £1.5m school meal debt write-off

25 December 2023
Greens MSP Ariane Burgess welcomes £1.5m school meal debt write-off

Greens MSP Ariane Burgess welcomes £1.5m school meal debt write-off

25 December 2023

The Highland MSP said it would be a 'huge relief' for families.


Labour MSP Rhoda Grant pledges to enshrine 'legal Right to Food' in new year

24 December 2023
Labour MSP Rhoda Grant pledges to enshrine 'legal Right to Food' in new year

Labour MSP Rhoda Grant pledges to enshrine 'legal Right to Food' in new year

24 December 2023

Roll out of the National Good Food Nation Plan has been delayed for six months.


Charity's sadness as Tain cat in search of 'forever home' dies

20 December 2023
Charity's sadness as Tain cat in search of 'forever home' dies

Charity's sadness as Tain cat in search of 'forever home' dies

20 December 2023

11-year-old Fluffy had been suffering from arthritis.


Tain pub pays tribute to punters after 'amazing' weekend of festive fundraising

20 December 2023
Tain pub pays tribute to punters after 'amazing' weekend of festive fundraising

Tain pub pays tribute to punters after 'amazing' weekend of festive fundraising

20 December 2023

The Star Inn raised over £2000 for charity.


Record number of entries for this year's Gaelic 'FilmG' short film awards

13 December 2023
Record number of entries for this year's Gaelic 'FilmG' short film awards

Record number of entries for this year's Gaelic 'FilmG' short film awards

13 December 2023

162 films have been entered across the 2023 short film competitions.


Tain Golf Club lauds work of volunteers as course pays homage to its origins

10 December 2023
Tain Golf Club lauds work of volunteers as course pays homage to its origins

Tain Golf Club lauds work of volunteers as course pays homage to its origins

10 December 2023

Groups of volunteers started assisting the club with work on the course during the pandemic.


Motorists advised of potential delays during roadworks on A9 between Drumochter and Killiecrankie

08 December 2023
Motorists advised of potential delays during roadworks on A9 between Drumochter and Killiecrankie

Motorists advised of potential delays during roadworks on A9 between Drumochter and Killiecrankie

08 December 2023

Convoys will be in operation from Monday


Appeal to find forever home for Tain's 'most unwanted' cat after record-breaking six months in care

07 December 2023
Appeal to find forever home for Tain's 'most unwanted' cat after record-breaking six months in care

Appeal to find forever home for Tain's 'most unwanted' cat after record-breaking six months in care

07 December 2023

11-year-old Fluffy has lost 600 grams during a strict weight loss programme.


TRAVEL UPDATE: Speed restrictions introduced on Inverness train routes amid yellow weather warnings

07 December 2023
TRAVEL UPDATE: Speed restrictions introduced on Inverness train routes amid yellow weather warnings

TRAVEL UPDATE: Speed restrictions introduced on Inverness train routes amid yellow weather warnings

07 December 2023

Network Rail Scotland will introduce speed restrictions on lines across Scotland from today


Police launch appeal for information after vehicle vandalised in Tain

06 December 2023
Police launch appeal for information after vehicle vandalised in Tain

Police launch appeal for information after vehicle vandalised in Tain

06 December 2023

Enquiries are ongoing after a blue van was damaged on Saturday, December 2.


WEATHER UPDATE: Yellow warnings for 'continuing ice risk' remain in place across north Highlands today

04 December 2023
WEATHER UPDATE: Yellow warnings for 'continuing ice risk' remain in place across north Highlands today

WEATHER UPDATE: Yellow warnings for 'continuing ice risk' remain in place across north Highlands today

04 December 2023

Yellow weather warnings for snow and ice remain in place across most of the north.


Report reveals £44m in rural land transactions across Highlands and Islands over last two years

01 December 2023
Report reveals £44m in rural land transactions across Highlands and Islands over last two years

Report reveals £44m in rural land transactions across Highlands and Islands over last two years

01 December 2023

Over the period spanning 2020 to 2022, the value of farmland witnessed a substantial uptick.


It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the Macdonald Aviemore resort

01 December 2023
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the Macdonald Aviemore resort

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the Macdonald Aviemore resort

01 December 2023

Macdonald Aviemore's Santa Weekends are promising to be an experience the whole family can enjoy.


Kiltearn among contested community councils announced, while 30 remain in abeyance

28 November 2023
Kiltearn among contested community councils announced, while 30 remain in abeyance

Kiltearn among contested community councils announced, while 30 remain in abeyance

28 November 2023

30 community councils failed to attract the necessary members.


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