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FAI probe to begin next month into death of nursery teacher Chloe Morrison hit by lorry in Drumnadrochit

FAI probe to begin next month into death of nursery teacher Chloe Morrison hit by lorry in Drumnadrochit

FAI probe to begin next month into death of nursery teacher Chloe Morrison hit by lorry in Drumnadrochit

01 March 2024

A Fatal Accident Inquiry (FAI) will begin next month into the death of a nursery teacher struck by a lorry in Drumnadrochit.


HITA: Celebrating the best in the tourism industry for 17 years

HITA: Celebrating the best in the tourism industry for 17 years

HITA: Celebrating the best in the tourism industry for 17 years

01 March 2024

The 17th Highlands & Islands Thistle Awards, which launches today, celebrates the best tourism businesses in the Highlands.


'Strictly Inverness is terrifying but I am loving it'

'Strictly Inverness is terrifying but I am loving it'

'Strictly Inverness is terrifying but I am loving it'

29 February 2024

Rachel Wood signed up in a bid to challenge herself and is already looking at more ways to expand her boundaries.


Hundreds without electricity after power cut in Lochalsh

Hundreds without electricity after power cut in Lochalsh

Hundreds without electricity after power cut in Lochalsh

29 February 2024

Hundreds of people in and around the Plockton area could be without electricity for several hours after a power cut.


40mph speed limit planned for A9 roundabout accident blackspot

40mph speed limit planned for A9 roundabout accident blackspot

40mph speed limit planned for A9 roundabout accident blackspot

29 February 2024

One of the region's busiest roundabouts and notorious accident blackspots looks set for a much reduced speed limit under plans by Transport Scotland.


Attempted break-in sparks police plea for information

Attempted break-in sparks police plea for information

Attempted break-in sparks police plea for information

29 February 2024

Police in Alness have appealed for witnesses and information after an attempted break-in at an industrial estate.


ScotRail's early morning Wick to Inverness service hit by staff illness

ScotRail's early morning Wick to Inverness service hit by staff illness

ScotRail's early morning Wick to Inverness service hit by staff illness

29 February 2024

Train travellers on this morning’s early service from Wick to Inverness have been hit by disruption north of Lairg.


'Mama's Market' in Easter Ross town offers pre-loved baby and toddler goods

'Mama's Market' in Easter Ross town offers pre-loved baby and toddler goods

'Mama's Market' in Easter Ross town offers pre-loved baby and toddler goods

28 February 2024

A market devoted to selling pre-loved baby and toddler items is being staged in an Easter Ross town this weekend.


Invergordon RNLI's 'Brew with the Crew' hopes to find volunteers

Invergordon RNLI's 'Brew with the Crew' hopes to find volunteers

Invergordon RNLI's 'Brew with the Crew' hopes to find volunteers

28 February 2024

The Invergordon RNLI Lifeboat is hosting Brew with the Crew on Saturday March 2, in hopes of sharing what volunteering opportunities are available.


Wind warning sparks CalMac to cancel some Ullapool sailings

Wind warning sparks CalMac to cancel some Ullapool sailings

Wind warning sparks CalMac to cancel some Ullapool sailings

28 February 2024

High wind warnings have sparked the cancellation of some CalMac ferry services between Ullapool and Stornoway.


What Don Cowie said after Ross County's draw with St Mirren

What Don Cowie said after Ross County's draw with St Mirren

What Don Cowie said after Ross County's draw with St Mirren

27 February 2024

A last-gasp equaliser denied Ross County the chance to move out of the relegation play-off place – here's how interim manager Don Cowie reacted.


Last minute goal denies Staggies victory

Last minute goal denies Staggies victory

Last minute goal denies Staggies victory

27 February 2024

Ross County held the lead for most of the match against St Mirren – but could not hold on for three points that would have seen them rise to 10th.


Tore Hall drop-in to probe design options for key Black Isle venue

Tore Hall drop-in to probe design options for key Black Isle venue

Tore Hall drop-in to probe design options for key Black Isle venue

27 February 2024

Work to ensure a Ross-shire venue which has played a key role in the life of a community for generations is fit for purpose hits a milestone.


Legacy of Muir of Ord woman lives on

Legacy of Muir of Ord woman lives on

Legacy of Muir of Ord woman lives on

27 February 2024

Celebrating Amy is set to host a huge variety show, featuring emergency service and care workers, to honour the life of an Inverness mum.


Fortrose and Rosemarkie Golf Club looking to raise £100,000 to combat coastal erosion

Fortrose and Rosemarkie Golf Club looking to raise £100,000 to combat coastal erosion

Fortrose and Rosemarkie Golf Club looking to raise £100,000 to combat coastal erosion

27 February 2024

One of the oldest courses in the world, and premier Highland golfing destinations, requires major repairs that will cost six-figures.


Cuppa and bakes invite from Ross-shire care home

Cuppa and bakes invite from Ross-shire care home

Cuppa and bakes invite from Ross-shire care home

27 February 2024

A Muir of Ord care home is inviting villagers to join residents for a cuppa and home bakes this week.


Cholera-scare cruise ship given the all clear following negative tests

Cholera-scare cruise ship given the all clear following negative tests

Cholera-scare cruise ship given the all clear following negative tests

27 February 2024

The Norwegian Dawn, which will visit Invergordon twice this summer, was allowed entry to a Mauritius port after tests confirmed no cholera aboard.


Round the Rurals – Resolis and Rosemarkie SWI meetings

Round the Rurals – Resolis and Rosemarkie SWI meetings

Round the Rurals – Resolis and Rosemarkie SWI meetings

26 February 2024

A remarkable Highland Hospice fundraiser and a street pastor gave insightful talks on their efforts.


Railway death of man in 60s 'not suspicious', police confirm

Railway death of man in 60s 'not suspicious', police confirm

Railway death of man in 60s 'not suspicious', police confirm

26 February 2024

The death of a man on the Far North Line in Inverness last week is not being treated as suspicious, the British Transport Police have confirmed.


Could Marriage Allowance be worth over £1000 to you?

Could Marriage Allowance be worth over £1000 to you?

Could Marriage Allowance be worth over £1000 to you?

26 February 2024

HMRC says you can find out in seconds and has outlined the potential tax benefits for couples.


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