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WATCH: Progress on construction of pioneering £4.1m Haven Centre in Highlands

15 May 2022
WATCH: Progress on construction of pioneering £4.1m Haven Centre in Highlands

WATCH: Progress on construction of pioneering £4.1m Haven Centre in Highlands

15 May 2022

A new video shows progress on the construction of Scotland’s first multi-purpose centre for young people with learning disabilities and complex needs.


Love Your Liver road show to offer free scanning during visit to Highlands

14 May 2022
Love Your Liver road show to offer free scanning during visit to Highlands

Love Your Liver road show to offer free scanning during visit to Highlands

14 May 2022

A road show inviting people to discover their risk of getting liver disease will begin a Scotland-wide tour in the Highlands on Sunday.


Owners of Ross-shire coffee shop to open new cafe and community hub at state-of-the-art climbing centre

11 May 2022
Owners of Ross-shire coffee shop to open new cafe and community hub at state-of-the-art climbing centre

Owners of Ross-shire coffee shop to open new cafe and community hub at state-of-the-art climbing centre

11 May 2022

The owners of a Ross-shire coffee shop are setting up a new cafe and community hub at a new state-of-the-art climbing centre opening in Inverness.


'I am here today to remember the dead and to fight like hell for the living'

08 May 2022
'I am here today to remember the dead and to fight like hell for the living'

'I am here today to remember the dead and to fight like hell for the living'

08 May 2022

A Ross-shire woman spoke passionately of her desire to protect the living following the tragic death of her partner.


Police warning over bogus workmen in the Highlands

02 May 2022
Police warning over bogus workmen in the Highlands

Police warning over bogus workmen in the Highlands

02 May 2022

Police officers have issued a warning following reported incidents of bogus workmen calling at the homes of elderly and vulnerable people.


PICTURES: Raising the roof – and funds – at Big Spring Sing for the Haven Centre

02 May 2022
PICTURES: Raising the roof – and funds – at Big Spring Sing for the Haven Centre

PICTURES: Raising the roof – and funds – at Big Spring Sing for the Haven Centre

02 May 2022

Groups of singers joined forces to bring joy and happiness at the return of a charity fundraising concert in the Highland capital.


Lockdown art project leads to oil painting exhibition for Black Isle man

30 April 2022
Lockdown art project leads to oil painting exhibition for Black Isle man

Lockdown art project leads to oil painting exhibition for Black Isle man

30 April 2022

A Vietnamese barista now living on the Black Isle is to stage his first art exhibition after teaching himself oil painting during lockdown.


New supermarket will not adversely hit Highland city centre – report

28 April 2022
New supermarket will not adversely hit Highland city centre – report

New supermarket will not adversely hit Highland city centre – report

28 April 2022

A proposed new supermarket in the Highland capital would not adversely hit retail in the city centre or other nearby retail parks – claim.


Youth groups fear new charges to use premises owned by Highland Council could hit families

26 April 2022
Youth groups fear new charges to use premises owned by Highland Council could hit families

Youth groups fear new charges to use premises owned by Highland Council could hit families

26 April 2022

Youth groups have warned that new charges to use premises owned by Highland Council could impact on families.


Fish farm worker to be honoured during ceremony to mark International Workers' Memorial Day

26 April 2022
Fish farm worker to be honoured during ceremony to mark International Workers' Memorial Day

Fish farm worker to be honoured during ceremony to mark International Workers' Memorial Day

26 April 2022

The tragic death of a Ross-shire fish farm worker will be remembered during a ceremony to mark International Workers' Memorial Day.


Banker's objection to planning application may be 'significant' to murder investigation

26 April 2022
Banker's objection to planning application may be 'significant' to murder investigation

Banker's objection to planning application may be 'significant' to murder investigation

26 April 2022

A planning application may hold the key to the murder of Alistair Wilson more than 17 years ago, police have said.


Almost one in four households in the Highlands still to fill in census forms

25 April 2022
Almost one in four households in the Highlands still to fill in census forms

Almost one in four households in the Highlands still to fill in census forms

25 April 2022

Almost 25 per cent of households in the Highlands have still to fill in their census forms.


Canal cruises in Highland capital back for disabled people

18 April 2022
Canal cruises in Highland capital back for disabled people

Canal cruises in Highland capital back for disabled people

18 April 2022

The purpose-built Highland Cross Seagull, based in Inverness, will take passengers along the waterway again on Monday.


Scheme helps care experienced young people take up learning and job opportunities

17 April 2022
Scheme helps care experienced young people take up learning and job opportunities

Scheme helps care experienced young people take up learning and job opportunities

17 April 2022

Young people who have lived in care are being supported through a new scheme to help them take up learning and job opportunities.


Bug outbreaks close two wards at Raigmore Hospital

15 April 2022
Bug outbreaks close two wards at Raigmore Hospital

Bug outbreaks close two wards at Raigmore Hospital

15 April 2022

Cases of coronavirus and norovirus have resulted in two wards at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness being closed to new admissions.


Supermarkets at loggerheads over plans for Highland community

07 April 2022
Supermarkets at loggerheads over plans for Highland community

Supermarkets at loggerheads over plans for Highland community

07 April 2022

Two rival supermarkets are in a showdown over plans for the Highland capital.


Close-run contest for three Highland homes in BBC Scotland's televised Home of the Year – here's how it went...

05 April 2022
Close-run contest for three Highland homes in BBC Scotland's televised Home of the Year – here's how it went...

Close-run contest for three Highland homes in BBC Scotland's televised Home of the Year – here's how it went...

05 April 2022

TV viewers were given a fascinating glimpse into three Highland homes as the popular programme Scotland’s Home of the Year returned last night.


PICTURES: Two Highland homeowners – one on Black Isle – set to compete on BBC TV series' first episode

04 April 2022
PICTURES: Two Highland homeowners – one on Black Isle – set to compete on BBC TV series' first episode

PICTURES: Two Highland homeowners – one on Black Isle – set to compete on BBC TV series' first episode

04 April 2022

A look at two Highland-based contenders to feature in BBC Scotland's programme Scotland’s Home of the Year.


Highland firefighters tackle blaze at landmark wood panel manufacturing plant

04 April 2022
Highland firefighters tackle blaze at landmark wood panel manufacturing plant

Highland firefighters tackle blaze at landmark wood panel manufacturing plant

04 April 2022

Firefighters spent more than five hours tackling a blaze at a well-known wood panel manufacturing plant.


WATCH: Behind-the-scenes view of Highland castle interior ahead of multimillion-pound transformation

28 March 2022
WATCH: Behind-the-scenes view of Highland castle interior ahead of multimillion-pound transformation

WATCH: Behind-the-scenes view of Highland castle interior ahead of multimillion-pound transformation

28 March 2022

Former court rooms, corridors and offices, once busy with day-to-day judicial tasks, stand silent and deserted.


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