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Highlands' electric car owners have more charging points to choose from than urban counterparts, new study claims

Highlands' electric car owners have more charging points to choose from than urban counterparts, new study claims

Highlands' electric car owners have more charging points to choose from than urban counterparts, new study claims

Region has been rated as among the best places in Scotland to own an electric car, and well ahead of country's biggest cities


Archeological investigations taking place as part of A9 dualling between Tomatin and Moy

Archeological investigations taking place as part of A9 dualling between Tomatin and Moy

Archeological investigations taking place as part of A9 dualling between Tomatin and Moy

Work scheduled to start next Monday and last three weeks with traffic measures in place


Transport Minister visits new station

Transport Minister visits new station

Transport Minister visits new station

Transport Minister Jenny Gilruth has visited the £14 million Inverness Airport station to see first-hand the progress that has been made.


Cuts to operating hours at rail ticket offices in Aviemore and Kingussie on cards

Cuts to operating hours at rail ticket offices in Aviemore and Kingussie on cards

Cuts to operating hours at rail ticket offices in Aviemore and Kingussie on cards

ScotRail has made some minor changes following public consultation but local stations not mentioned


Air traffic controllers' union claims "major win" as members back revised Highlands and Islands Airports Limited (HIAL) air traffic proposals

Air traffic controllers' union claims "major win" as members back revised Highlands and Islands Airports Limited (HIAL) air traffic proposals

Air traffic controllers' union claims "major win" as members back revised Highlands and Islands Airports Limited (HIAL) air traffic proposals

Union members have agreed to back revised air traffic control measures from HIAL which will retain local jobs across the region


Highland councillors urge new Transport Minister to stop rail ticket office hours being slashed in strath

Highland councillors urge new Transport Minister to stop rail ticket office hours being slashed in strath

Highland councillors urge new Transport Minister to stop rail ticket office hours being slashed in strath

'This is just a piece of nonsense which has been thought up to save a minuscule amount of money'


LNER has launched international website making travel simpler for overseas visitors

LNER has launched international website making travel simpler for overseas visitors

LNER has launched international website making travel simpler for overseas visitors

UK bound travellers from China, Germany, Japan, Spain, France, South Korea and Italy amongst first to benefit


Preparatory work starts for dualling the A9 by Tomatin on Monday

Preparatory work starts for dualling the A9 by Tomatin on Monday

Preparatory work starts for dualling the A9 by Tomatin on Monday

Motorists urged to take care on approach to distillery on the C1121 Tomatin to Kylachy road


POLL: What do you think of the Workplace Parking Levy?

POLL: What do you think of the Workplace Parking Levy?

POLL: What do you think of the Workplace Parking Levy?

The Workplace Parking Levy (WPL) will be introduced in Scotland next month but it is feared it could lead to workers having to pay for a space.


Met Office issues yellow weather warning

Met Office issues yellow weather warning

Met Office issues yellow weather warning

It covers the Highlands and most of Scotland with snow expected – it runs from 4pm today and lasts until 11am tomorrow.


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