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Highlands set to benefit from £7m funding for electric vehicles in the north of Scotland

Highlands set to benefit from £7m funding for electric vehicles in the north of Scotland

Highland Council is set to benefit from a funding boost by the Scottish Government to support the growth of the EV charging network.


A9 restricted after two-vehicle crash near Carrbridge

A9 restricted after two-vehicle crash near Carrbridge

The A9 has been partially closed between Carrbridge and Aviemore following a collision earlier this afternoon.


MSP with strong Highland links reported to be considering Scottish Conservatives leadership bid

MSP with strong Highland links reported to be considering Scottish Conservatives leadership bid

A Conservative with strong Highland connections is reportedly considering a bid for the party's soon to be vacant Scottish leadership post.


A9 DUALLING: ‘Come clean’ Fergus Ewing urges Scottish Government

A9 DUALLING: ‘Come clean’ Fergus Ewing urges Scottish Government

‘Come on John and Fiona; it’s time to level with the public on the A9’


COLIN CAMPBELL: Was Drew Hendry a victim of backlash against SNP’s grim record in recent times?

COLIN CAMPBELL: Was Drew Hendry a victim of backlash against SNP’s grim record in recent times?

Had he been up against a less formidable, energetic and convincing challenger he might have resisted the anti-SNP tsunami, says our columnist.


New Inverness MP’s ‘quicker to the moon’ jibe on A9 dualling

New Inverness MP’s ‘quicker to the moon’ jibe on A9 dualling

It has not taken Angus MacDonald long to criticise A9 latest


Man caught driving under influence of drugs on A9 by Kincraig

Man caught driving under influence of drugs on A9 by Kincraig

Motorist (31) fined and banned from roads for 12 months


£184.7m Tomatin-Moy A9 dualling contract lined up

£184.7m Tomatin-Moy A9 dualling contract lined up

Scottish Government is poised to award the construction contract to Balfour Beatty.


New ScotRail timetables to offer ‘greater reliability’ during industrial action

New ScotRail timetables to offer ‘greater reliability’ during industrial action

‘Reducing the timetable leaves ScotRail able to provide a more reliable service instead of late-notice cancellations’


Kingussie survive big scare to progress in Camanachd Cup

Kingussie survive big scare to progress in Camanachd Cup

Red and Blues win late on in extra time after being four minutes from exit


Windfarm cash boosts Grantown causes

Windfarm cash boosts Grantown causes

A variety of Strathspey causes are set to benefit from the Berry Burn Community Fund


Vehicle weight restriction proposed for popular cut-through in Newtonmore

Vehicle weight restriction proposed for popular cut-through in Newtonmore

But village community council says move will not address on-going road safety concerns


Mental health service doubles up GP practices supported across the Highlands

Mental health service doubles up GP practices supported across the Highlands

A national mental health charity is expanding its reach to cover new areas including West Sutherland, Badenoch and Strathspey.


Why did it take so long for Inverness, Skye and West Ross-shire election result to be announced?

Why did it take so long for Inverness, Skye and West Ross-shire election result to be announced?

Questions are being asked about why it took so long to declare the Inverness, Skye and West Ross-shire constituency result in the General Election.


Yellow weather warning issued as heavy rain set to hit the Highlands later today

Yellow weather warning issued as heavy rain set to hit the Highlands later today

Parts of the Highlands will be hit by heavy rain with potential impacts to travel and infrastructure, according to the Met Office.


WATCH: Historic ‘Rose Window’ reassembly begins at Inverness Castle Experience

WATCH: Historic ‘Rose Window’ reassembly begins at Inverness Castle Experience

The iconic ‘Rose Window’, originally crafted in 1867 has been restored and is now being reassembled to become part of the Inverness Castle Experience.


Jump in number of children and adults accessing psychiatric support in Highlands

Jump in number of children and adults accessing psychiatric support in Highlands

The number has risen sharply in five years and mental health advocates think this is driven by better support and efforts to destigmatise.


POLITICAL LANDSCAPE: Continuity has not cut it as civil wars break out in the SNP and the Scottish Conservatives

POLITICAL LANDSCAPE: Continuity has not cut it as civil wars break out in the SNP and the Scottish Conservatives

Meanwhile Liberal Democrats head to London to represent the Highlands with a new UK government in place.


Highland Council Buses join ticketing app network to allow customers to purchase tickets online

Highland Council Buses join ticketing app network to allow customers to purchase tickets online

Bus users will now be able to purchase Highland Council bus tickets through a dedicated app.


Motorcyclist airlifted to hospital after crash on A86 near Newtonmore

Motorcyclist airlifted to hospital after crash on A86 near Newtonmore

A motorcyclist was taken to hospital following a collision near Newtonmore at 12pm today.


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