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Talented artist’s work goes on public display

23 July 2019
Talented artist’s work goes on public display

Talented artist’s work goes on public display

23 July 2019

ARTWORK created by a Black Isle artist using a wide range of materials has gone on show at an Inverness gallery.


UPDATE: Kessock Bridge reopens northbound following earlier campervan crash on A9

12 July 2019
UPDATE: Kessock Bridge reopens northbound following earlier campervan crash on A9

UPDATE: Kessock Bridge reopens northbound following earlier campervan crash on A9

12 July 2019

TRAFFIC in and around Inverness remains heavy after a campervan overturned on the A9 immediately north of the Kessock Bridge.


Infected blood inquiry hears of toll on Black Isle family

09 July 2019
Infected blood inquiry hears of toll on Black Isle family

Infected blood inquiry hears of toll on Black Isle family

09 July 2019

The wife of a victim in the contaminated blood scandal considered taking her own life, a public inquiry has heard.


Black Isle mum's 'wee wild hearts' drive helps kids connect with great outdoors

12 April 2019
Black Isle mum's 'wee wild hearts' drive helps kids connect with great outdoors

Black Isle mum's 'wee wild hearts' drive helps kids connect with great outdoors

12 April 2019

A VENTURE to encourage more children to embrace the outdoors is being launched by a Black Isle mum.


Police incident sparks Cromarty harbour roads closure

11 March 2019
Police incident sparks Cromarty harbour roads closure

Police incident sparks Cromarty harbour roads closure

11 March 2019

ACCESS roads to Cromarty Harbour on the Black Isle are currently closed following the discovery of a suspected ordnance device.


Highland food project could be set to expand

21 February 2019
Highland food project could be set to expand

Highland food project could be set to expand

21 February 2019

A FOOD project for families in need may be expanded following growing demand for its services.


Nine jobs lost at Alness and Muir of Ord seafood firm

14 February 2019
Nine jobs lost at Alness and Muir of Ord seafood firm

Nine jobs lost at Alness and Muir of Ord seafood firm

14 February 2019

A ROSS-shire seafood firm has gone into liquidation after running into financial difficulties.


Please help us revamp Puffin Pool, say campaigners

31 January 2019
Please help us revamp Puffin Pool, say campaigners

Please help us revamp Puffin Pool, say campaigners

31 January 2019

The Puffin Hydrotherapy Pool in Dingwall is “limping along” but has had to be closed on a number of occasions because of the failure of an…


Pressure mounts on Highland Council to improve safety at Black Isle crash site

31 January 2019
Pressure mounts on Highland Council to improve safety at Black Isle crash site

Pressure mounts on Highland Council to improve safety at Black Isle crash site

31 January 2019

One local resident said drivers who used the approach to Littlemill Bridge near Munlochy were unwittingly playing Russian roulette with their lives and…


Bid for £60k funding as Dingwall's Puffin Pool 'limps along'

25 January 2019
Bid for £60k funding as Dingwall's Puffin Pool 'limps along'

Bid for £60k funding as Dingwall's Puffin Pool 'limps along'

25 January 2019

AN urgent £60,000 fundraising campaign to enable essential repairs at an ailing hydrotherapy pool used by thousands of people suffering painful…


Munlochy bus tragedy leads to bridge saftey review call

17 January 2019
Munlochy bus tragedy leads to bridge saftey review call

Munlochy bus tragedy leads to bridge saftey review call

17 January 2019

CALLS have been made for road safety improvements near a Black Isle crash site where a well-liked bus driver was killed.


Hospital play area is given a £4000 boost

10 January 2019
Hospital play area is given a £4000 boost

Hospital play area is given a £4000 boost

10 January 2019

A GRATEFUL father and his employer have donated £4550 to help create an all-weather outdoor play area for young patients at Raigmore Hospital in…


Hundreds rally to call to save Highland learning disabilities project

02 January 2019
Hundreds rally to call to save Highland learning disabilities project

Hundreds rally to call to save Highland learning disabilities project

02 January 2019

HUNDREDS of people have signed a petition in a bid to save a vital service for children and young people with learning disabilities in Inverness.


Derby day Alness youngster scores for sick kids

27 December 2018
Derby day Alness youngster scores for sick kids

Derby day Alness youngster scores for sick kids

27 December 2018

AN Alness lad with "a heart of gold" took part in a Highland derby before secretly rustling up a welcome £300 boost for seriously sick kids while…


Demand for Fortrose flood answers

27 December 2018
Demand for Fortrose flood answers

Demand for Fortrose flood answers

27 December 2018

FRUSTRATED residents in a Black Isle village are calling for action to tackle repeated flooding caused by blocked drains.


Nessie splashes down in China

13 December 2018
Nessie splashes down in China

Nessie splashes down in China

13 December 2018

MEMBERS of a Scottish delegation visiting China to strengthen tourism links between the two countries were given a monster welcome by their hosts.


Loch Ness 'human wolf pack' documentary released

13 December 2018
Loch Ness 'human wolf pack' documentary released

Loch Ness 'human wolf pack' documentary released

13 December 2018

A DOCUMENTARY following an experimental human wolf pack in a forest near Loch Ness has been released.


Forestry milestone set to be marked

13 December 2018
Forestry milestone set to be marked

Forestry milestone set to be marked

13 December 2018

FORESTERS in the north of Scotland are preparing to celebrate the centenary of the body set up to restore the nation’s timber reserves in the aftermath…


Raigmore Hospital team wins top award

13 December 2018
Raigmore Hospital team wins top award

Raigmore Hospital team wins top award

13 December 2018

A TEAM of pharmacists based at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness has been recognised in this year’s prestigious Scottish Pharmacy Awards for its work…


Heritage funds for city rail station

06 December 2018
Heritage funds for city rail station

Heritage funds for city rail station

06 December 2018

HISTORIC features at Inverness rail station will be preserved following a major revamp starting next year, thanks to a national heritage organisation.


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