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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

Force has issued warning following reported incidents of bogus workmen calling at homes of elderly and vulnerable people


Close-run contest for three Highland homes in BBC Scotland's Home of the Year

06 April 2022
Close-run contest for three Highland homes in BBC Scotland's Home of the Year

Close-run contest for three Highland homes in BBC Scotland's Home of the Year

06 April 2022

TV given fascinating glimpse into three Highland homes as the popular programme returned


Schools warned to stock up on meat after butcher ends association with council

24 March 2022
Schools warned to stock up on meat after butcher ends association with council

Schools warned to stock up on meat after butcher ends association with council

24 March 2022

Risk school canteens could soon run out of meat after butcher declined to tender to renew council contract


Detectives investigating murder of Highland banker Alistair Wilson 17 years ago following new handgun lead

21 March 2022
Detectives investigating murder of Highland banker Alistair Wilson 17 years ago following new handgun lead

Detectives investigating murder of Highland banker Alistair Wilson 17 years ago following new handgun lead

21 March 2022

Police are appealing for information about two men seen with a handgun on beach


War in Ukraine set to push Highland energy bills even higher

14 March 2022
War in Ukraine set to push Highland energy bills even higher

War in Ukraine set to push Highland energy bills even higher

14 March 2022

Households in the Highlands – where fuel poverty rates are among the worst in Scotland – could face higher energy bills due to the conflict in Ukraine


Overnight work planned for £10,000 drainage improvement schemes on A9 near Highland capital

14 March 2022
Overnight work planned for £10,000 drainage improvement schemes on A9 near Highland capital

Overnight work planned for £10,000 drainage improvement schemes on A9 near Highland capital

14 March 2022

Motorists using the A9 near the Inshes and Bogbain junctions are set to benefit from drainage improvements worth £10,000.


Investment needed to develop air services in the Highlands and Islands

14 February 2022
Investment needed to develop air services in the Highlands and Islands

Investment needed to develop air services in the Highlands and Islands

14 February 2022

Air connectivity is essential for lifeline services and supporting the Highlands' economy


Plans revealed to build 400 homes in Inverness neighbourhood

07 February 2022
Plans revealed to build 400 homes in Inverness neighbourhood

Plans revealed to build 400 homes in Inverness neighbourhood

07 February 2022

Proposal for private, mid-market and low-cost homes and commercial opportunities in expanding city neighbourhood


Matalan store in Inverness to close temporarily for revamp

03 February 2022
Matalan store in Inverness to close temporarily for revamp

Matalan store in Inverness to close temporarily for revamp

03 February 2022

Out-of-town fashion and homeware retailer on city's Inshes Retail Park to undergo revamp


Work from home guidance to be relaxed in Scotland from next week

25 January 2022
Work from home guidance to be relaxed in Scotland from next week

Work from home guidance to be relaxed in Scotland from next week

25 January 2022

Advice urging people to work from home where possible is to be eased in favour of a hybrid working system


Hollywood actress Karen Gillan to fly flag for Highlands at New York Tartan Day Parade

14 January 2022
Hollywood actress Karen Gillan to fly flag for Highlands at New York Tartan Day Parade

Hollywood actress Karen Gillan to fly flag for Highlands at New York Tartan Day Parade

14 January 2022

Star named as this year's Grand Marshal for famous event in Big Apple


Highland Council calls on UK government and Ofgem to end region's higher electricity bills

28 December 2021
Highland Council calls on UK government and Ofgem to end region's higher electricity bills

Highland Council calls on UK government and Ofgem to end region's higher electricity bills

28 December 2021

Households pay three per cent surcharge despite region being energy powerhouse


Number of unexplained sightings by Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings Register rises to 16

04 November 2021
Number of unexplained sightings by Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings Register rises to 16

Number of unexplained sightings by Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings Register rises to 16

04 November 2021

Seasoned Nessie spotter has reported seeing a mysterious object on the Loch Ness webcam


Views sought in public consultation on self-directed support

12 August 2021
Views sought in public consultation on self-directed support

Views sought in public consultation on self-directed support

12 August 2021

Members of the public still have time to contribute to a consultation on self-directed support (SDS).


Kenny Smith of Torridon to promote work of the Archie Foundation after becoming a patron of the children's charity

11 August 2021
Kenny Smith of Torridon to promote work of the Archie Foundation after becoming a patron of the children's charity

Kenny Smith of Torridon to promote work of the Archie Foundation after becoming a patron of the children's charity

11 August 2021

The frontman of popular Highland folk rockers Torridon has become a patron of the Archie Foundation children’s charity.


Police continue inquiries into two-car crash on A9 as man remains hospital

09 August 2021
Police continue inquiries into two-car crash on A9 as man remains hospital

Police continue inquiries into two-car crash on A9 as man remains hospital

09 August 2021

A man remains in hospital following a two-car crash on the A9 south of Inverness at the weekend.


'Nature is healing, calming and can often help us find new perspectives in life'

24 July 2021
'Nature is healing, calming and can often help us find new perspectives in life'

'Nature is healing, calming and can often help us find new perspectives in life'

24 July 2021

Work by a Cairngorms-based artist is the latest to go on show at a gallery in Beauly.


Highland Council produces booklet for increased numbers of visitors travelling in a motorhome or campervan

14 July 2021
Highland Council produces booklet for increased numbers of visitors travelling in a motorhome or campervan

Highland Council produces booklet for increased numbers of visitors travelling in a motorhome or campervan

14 July 2021

A motorhome and campervan guidance booklet has been produced to help visitors enjoy the Highlands responsibly.


Police launch awareness campaign after number of vehicles stolen rises amid easing of coronavirus restrictions

13 July 2021
Police launch awareness campaign after number of vehicles stolen rises amid easing of coronavirus restrictions

Police launch awareness campaign after number of vehicles stolen rises amid easing of coronavirus restrictions

13 July 2021

A rise in the numbers of vehicles being stolen has prompted Police Scotland to launch an awareness raising campaign.


Two out of three roadworkers verbally abused by passing motorists

12 July 2021
Two out of three roadworkers verbally abused by passing motorists

Two out of three roadworkers verbally abused by passing motorists

12 July 2021

One in four roadworkers has suffered mental health issues following verbal or physical abuse from the public, according to new figures.


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