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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

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.


UPDATE: ‘Disruption until end of the day’ on Highland Mainline after train breakdown

UPDATE: ‘Disruption until end of the day’ on Highland Mainline after train breakdown

UPDATE: ‘Disruption until end of the day’ on Highland Mainline after train breakdown

Rail passengers using the Highland Mainline face disruption until the end of the day, train bosses are now warning.


Broken freight train blocks Highland Mainline - disruption expected until this afternoon

Broken freight train blocks Highland Mainline - disruption expected until this afternoon

Broken freight train blocks Highland Mainline - disruption expected until this afternoon

Rail passengers were facing further disruption on the Highland Mainline on Saturday morning after a broken down train blocked the track overnight.


Heavy and persistent rain forecast sparks yellow Met Office weather warning

Heavy and persistent rain forecast sparks yellow Met Office weather warning

Heavy and persistent rain forecast sparks yellow Met Office weather warning

A yellow weather warning for heavy and persistent rain has been issued for parts of the Highlands.


Voluntary £40 campervan and motorhome pass sparks heated reaction

Voluntary £40 campervan and motorhome pass sparks heated reaction

Voluntary £40 campervan and motorhome pass sparks heated reaction

A new voluntary £40 pass for campervanners & motorhome owners visiting the Highlands has sparked heated reaction from residents and travellers alike.


Caledonian Sleeper food helping dozens of hungry families

Caledonian Sleeper food helping dozens of hungry families

Caledonian Sleeper food helping dozens of hungry families

The initiative is already helping hungry families in London - and operator is eager to set up similar initiatives at the northern ends of its route.


New £40 voluntary campervan pass launched in the Highlands to boost infrastructure

New £40 voluntary campervan pass launched in the Highlands to boost infrastructure

New £40 voluntary campervan pass launched in the Highlands to boost infrastructure

A new voluntary scheme has launched aimed at encouraging campervanners visiting the region to contribute towards the cost of tourist infrastructure.


Highland Council claims new roads investment will offer improvements…

Highland Council claims new roads investment will offer improvements…

Highland Council claims new roads investment will offer improvements…

but figures don’t stack-up and ‘deterioration of the overall network will occur’


Hi-Bike scheme in Inverness has been suspended as only six of 56 bikes left after vandalism surge

Hi-Bike scheme in Inverness has been suspended as only six of 56 bikes left after vandalism surge

Hi-Bike scheme in Inverness has been suspended as only six of 56 bikes left after vandalism surge

An Inverness bike-sharing scheme has been suspended after a wave of vandalism made most of its fleet unusable in less than a week.


Rose Street multi-storey works set to hit Inverness car parking capacity for six months

Rose Street multi-storey works set to hit Inverness car parking capacity for six months

Rose Street multi-storey works set to hit Inverness car parking capacity for six months

Motorists will face six months of disruption and greatly reduced capacity at the Rose Street multi-storey car park in Inverness.


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