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Nightclub bosses keep licence ahead of James Arthur gig

Nightclub bosses keep licence ahead of James Arthur gig

The bosses of an Inverness nightclub - who had been arrested by police in two different incidents - have avoided losing their licence, days before…


Energy jobs windfall for the Highlands

Energy jobs windfall for the Highlands

A leading North of Scotland based energy firm is to expand its operations for new projects creating hundreds of new jobs in the region.


National festive holiday health campaign is launched

National festive holiday health campaign is launched

A national  health campaign is reminding people in the strath to be prepared for GP surgery closures over the festive holidays.


Fascinating NHS archives now available

Fascinating NHS archives now available

People in the strath are being urged to access a “priceless and fascinating” archive which offers a unique insight into health services in…


Highlands Cinderella ban to come to an official end

Highlands Cinderella ban to come to an official end

Highland pub and club landlords have been invited to outline their revised door entry policies following the high profile demise of the "Cinderella" curfew.


SWRI campaigns against junk mail

SWRI campaigns against junk mail

One of Scotland’s largest women’s organisations is calling on the public to support its bid to stop charities sending out ‘junk mail’.


Kingussie High School to re-open

Kingussie High School to re-open

Kingussie High School will reopen to all pupils tomorrow (Monday).


Decision awaited on Kingussie school re-opening

Decision awaited on Kingussie school re-opening

Work to restore power at Kingussie High School is said to be continuing around the clock, but it remains unclear if the school will re-open on Monday…


Aviemore new town prospects hanging in the balance

Aviemore new town prospects hanging in the balance

The prospects for plans to build a new town near Aviemore which would provided much needed affordable housing appear to be hanging in the balance.


Under investigation Highland councillor no show

Under investigation Highland councillor no show

A former SNP councillor – who quit the party this week after police reported him for alleged election fraud – was absent from the first…


Highland Council gives assurance on gritting

Highland Council gives assurance on gritting

Highland Council’s Chairman of Transport, Environmental and Community Services Committee has given assurances that despite the severe restraints…


Free Wi-fi roll-out onto Scotrail trains welcomed

Free Wi-fi roll-out onto Scotrail trains welcomed

One of the region's leading business groups has welcomed plans to introduce free Wi-fi on Scotrail trains using the Highlands main line.


Aviemore climber wins top title

Aviemore climber wins top title

Aviemore  climber Fiona Murray blew away her younger rivals to win a prestigious climbing competition at Glenmore Lodge at the weekend.


Pipe goes through lorry window on A9

Pipe goes through lorry window on A9

The A9 was closed on Thursday morning following an incident involving two northbound lorries at the Drumochter Pass near Dalwhinnie.


Winter vomiting bug still affecting hospital

Winter vomiting bug still affecting hospital

A Surgical Ward (3A) in Raigmore Hospital, Inverness remains closed to new admissions and visitors are being asked not to attend while staff in the hospital…


MSP welcomes Inverness Airport rail link

MSP welcomes Inverness Airport rail link

Highlands and Islands Labour MSP and transport campaigner, David Stewart has welcomed the planned reopening of Dalcross Railway station that is currently…


Climbers need to be aware of avalanche risk

Climbers need to be aware of avalanche risk

Mountain and skiers should be wary of avalanches in the Cairngorms from the moment they begin ascending the snow-covered hills this winter, according…


Cairngorm reindeer bring Christmas cheer

Cairngorm reindeer bring Christmas cheer

Six of Santa’s helpers from the Cairngorm Reindeer Herd joined ex-Rangers star Mark Hateley at Yorkhill Hospital in Glasgow in a bid to make…


Man appears in court on heroin charges

Man appears in court on heroin charges

A Liverpool man has appeared in private at Inverness Sheriff Court in connection with the alleged supply of drugs in the city after the seizure of £45,000…


Police warning after busy cashpoint is skimmed

Police warning after busy cashpoint is skimmed

Shoppers from the strath are being asked to check their accounts after a popular cashpoint was found to have been hijacked with a skimming device.


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