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PICTURES: Tea and tunes raises £2200 for Haven Appeal

01 December 2021
PICTURES: Tea and tunes raises £2200 for Haven Appeal

PICTURES: Tea and tunes raises £2200 for Haven Appeal

01 December 2021

Supporters of a project to develop a centre for young people with learning disabilities and complex needs enjoyed afternoon tea while raising £2200.


Highland shopping centre food court enlivened by art

01 December 2021
Highland shopping centre food court enlivened by art

Highland shopping centre food court enlivened by art

01 December 2021

Work by five Highland artists has been unveiled in the Eastgate Shopping Centre


Ross Co-op shoppers thanked for ringing up local groups' boost

29 November 2021
Ross Co-op shoppers thanked for ringing up local groups' boost

Ross Co-op shoppers thanked for ringing up local groups' boost

29 November 2021

Customers at two food stores have played a vital role in delivering much-needed funding for community groups in their area.


Is Buddy top dog?

28 November 2021
Is Buddy top dog?

Is Buddy top dog?

28 November 2021

FRENCH bulldog Buddy is set to hit the TV screen next month, when he appears on the BBC show Scotland's Best Dog.


Departing boss of Eden Court Theatre in Inverness reveals how a Christmas Eve phone call saved staff jobs, the pandemic, racism and THAT public artwork

28 November 2021
Departing boss of Eden Court Theatre in Inverness reveals how a Christmas Eve phone call saved staff jobs, the pandemic, racism and THAT public artwork

Departing boss of Eden Court Theatre in Inverness reveals how a Christmas Eve phone call saved staff jobs, the pandemic, racism and THAT public artwork

28 November 2021

Since arriving in Inverness to become chief executive of Eden Court, James Mackenzie-Blackman has spoken up issues from racism to gay rights.


Fears flagged that new development at out-of-town retail site will slash city centre trade

27 November 2021
Fears flagged that new development at out-of-town retail site will slash city centre trade

Fears flagged that new development at out-of-town retail site will slash city centre trade

27 November 2021

Renewed plans for an expansion at an out-of-town retail park in the Highland capital have prompted concerns about its impact on the city centre.


Fatal crash sparks fresh safety calls

27 November 2021
Fatal crash sparks fresh safety calls

Fatal crash sparks fresh safety calls

27 November 2021

FRUSTRATION is growing at a lack of urgent action to improve a dangerous road junction which was the scene of a fatal crash earlier this month.


Highland Gathering Place artwork attracts further flack over disabled access

25 November 2021
Highland Gathering Place artwork attracts further flack over disabled access

Highland Gathering Place artwork attracts further flack over disabled access

25 November 2021

Members of a disability group have joined the chorus of criticism against a controversial new Highland artwork after being unable to access it.


Missing 16-year-old Highland girl traced safe and well

22 November 2021
Missing 16-year-old Highland girl traced safe and well

Missing 16-year-old Highland girl traced safe and well

22 November 2021

A Highland teenager reported missing has now been found.


Highland police issue appeal for information to help trace missing 16-year-old girl

22 November 2021
Highland police issue appeal for information to help trace missing 16-year-old girl

Highland police issue appeal for information to help trace missing 16-year-old girl

22 November 2021

Police have issued an appeal for help from members of the public in tracing a missing Inverness teenager.


'Don't make Amazon richer – some shopping solutions are close to home'

20 November 2021
'Don't make Amazon richer – some shopping solutions are close to home'

'Don't make Amazon richer – some shopping solutions are close to home'

20 November 2021

Individuals can play a role in helping to tackle the climate crisis by shopping more ethically, says a leading Highland charity boss.


'End of an era' at legendary Highland barber shop: 'The banter and stories would always be good'

19 November 2021
'End of an era' at legendary Highland barber shop: 'The banter and stories would always be good'

'End of an era' at legendary Highland barber shop: 'The banter and stories would always be good'

19 November 2021

To generations of local families and gentlemen, it was a cut above the rest.


Bird's eye images of Highland landscapes and wildlife feature in photographic exhibition

18 November 2021
Bird's eye images of Highland landscapes and wildlife feature in photographic exhibition

Bird's eye images of Highland landscapes and wildlife feature in photographic exhibition

18 November 2021

Moody landscapes, famous landmarks and wildlife feature in a new exhibition of photographs in a major shopping hub.


Notorious Highland bottleneck roundabout in spotlight after hundreds of responses from public

18 November 2021
Notorious Highland bottleneck roundabout in spotlight after hundreds of responses from public

Notorious Highland bottleneck roundabout in spotlight after hundreds of responses from public

18 November 2021

Proposals to tackle traffic congestion at a notorious bottleneck are set to move forward.


Senior officer at Highland Council retires after 35 years of service to public

18 November 2021
Senior officer at Highland Council retires after 35 years of service to public

Senior officer at Highland Council retires after 35 years of service to public

18 November 2021

A senior officer at Highland Council is retiring after 35 years public service.


GOOD FOR YOU: Dr Andrew Dallas reveals how Highland health workers are adding their voices to climate change debate

16 November 2021
GOOD FOR YOU: Dr Andrew Dallas reveals how Highland health workers are adding their voices to climate change debate

GOOD FOR YOU: Dr Andrew Dallas reveals how Highland health workers are adding their voices to climate change debate

16 November 2021

How to ensure we avoid the worst outcomes of climate change?


Hospital radio set to go online in Highlands: 'We can't wait to start'

16 November 2021
Hospital radio set to go online in Highlands: 'We can't wait to start'

Hospital radio set to go online in Highlands: 'We can't wait to start'

16 November 2021

A service working to improve the stay of hospital patients in Inverness is set to extend its reach.


Police issue appeal for help to identify a man whose body was found on mudflats

15 November 2021
Police issue appeal for help to identify a man whose body was found on mudflats

Police issue appeal for help to identify a man whose body was found on mudflats

15 November 2021

Police in the Highlands are appealing for help in identifying a man whose body was found in Dingwall yesterday.


Dance delight as tea and tunes planned for Haven Appeal push

13 November 2021
Dance delight as tea and tunes planned for Haven Appeal push

Dance delight as tea and tunes planned for Haven Appeal push

13 November 2021

A fundraising event promises tea and tunes.


New book reveals historic links between slavery and the Highlands

07 November 2021
New book reveals historic links between slavery and the Highlands

New book reveals historic links between slavery and the Highlands

07 November 2021

The book detailing a shameful chapter in Highland history is already being reprinted within weeks of its publication.


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