Minister hears better disabled access plea

Published: Wed 23 Aug 2017

Inclusion Scotland

A YOUNG Inverness woman who uses an electric wheelchair quizzed a government minister on why it appears new social housing is being built in Inverness without being disabled friendly. Minister for Social

Adventurer seeks title of top dog

Published: Wed 23 Aug 2017


A LITTLE dog with a big personality is seeking Highland support in his bid towin the title of Scotland's most adventurous hound. Cluanie, a kilt-wearing Munro-bagging Jack Russell, of North Kessock, is

Cathedral to host service for bereaved parents

Published: Wed 23 Aug 2017

Inverness Cathedral

A POIGNANT service for people to remember the loss of a baby is to be held in Inverness. The Mariposa Trust, which provides support to families who have lost a child during pregnancy, birth or in infancy,

Police investigate death of OAP in Inverness

Published: Tue 22 Aug 2017


Police in Inverness are investigating the death of a 78-year-old man inside his home in the city. A major police presence was evident around the home of Murdo Mackinnon on Kintail Crescent after the alarm

Pressure mounts on ministers to ban BB guns

Published: Tue 22 Aug 2017

Cayden Martin

LOCAL and national politicians have backed calls for tougher air gun legislation after an Inverness schoolboy was shot in the head. The mother of nine-year-old Cayden Martin has called for BB guns to be

No bridge too far for grateful mum Claire

Published: Wed 23 Aug 2017

Claire and Pauline Munro and baby Harry Ritchie-Mackenzie

A NEW mum is planning to abseil off the Forth Bridge to raise money for a charity which provided her with a roof over her head during one of the most traumatic periods of her life. Claire Munro (28) gave

Work set to start on cleaning dirty Inverness streets

Published: Tue 22 Aug 2017

Baron Taylor's Street

A DEEP clean of one of Inverness city centre's grubbiest areas is due to get under way this week. As the Courier exclusively revealed last week, the plan to carry out a thorough clean of Baron Taylor's,

Tributes pour in for Merkinch community stalwart

Published: Tue 22 Aug 2017

Bette McArdle

A FORMER Highland journalist and champion of her local community has died following a long illness. Bette McArdle, a former editor with Scottish Provincial Press (SPP), which publishes the Inverness Courier,

'Outlander effect' causing traffic woes for garage boss


Published: Tue 22 Aug 2017

Clava Cairns

A FURIOUS garage owner has slammed the number of tourist buses blocking access to his Culloden business. Malcolm Ross is calling for council chiefs to put an emergency stop to the ongoing traffic snarl-ups

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