Longman roundabout lights could be here to stay


Published: Thu 30 Jun 2016

Tailbacks at Longman Roundabout are a daily occurence.

UNPOPULAR traffic lights at a busy city roundabout could be here to stay but Transport Scotland has agreed to alter timings in an attempt to reduce massive backlogs for weary Inverness drivers. After

Armed thug tried to enter Inverness baby unit


Published: Thu 30 Jun 2016

Violent - Jordan Ross.

A VIOLENT offender who was freed just two months into a 14-month sentence for a baseball bat attack has been jailed again for trying to get into a hospital maternity ward armed with a metal baton.

Two car crash on Loch Ness road

Published: Wed 29 Jun 2016

A decision on fire control locations will be made in January.

THE EMERGENCY services were called out to a three vehicle crash on Loch Ness-side shortly before noon today. Retained fire units from Fort Augustus and Drumnadrochit attended the location about half a

'Farce' as council returns bond cash to developer

Published: Sun 26 Jun 2016

Heather Gardiner, chairwoman of the Wester Inshes Residents' Association with her daughter Eva and councillor Ken Gowans.

FED-UP residents of an Inverness housing scheme have been left in limbo as Highland Council conducts an investigation into why it wrongly handed back nearly half a million pounds to a housing developer.

'Gongoozling' is turned into an art form

Published: Sat 25 Jun 2016

Lesley Banks will feature the Caledonian Canal as part of her residency on Scottish waterways.

FRONT doors across the north may have signs up saying "gone gongoozling" as an artist is looking for stories and memories from the Caledonian Canal. Named Gongoozler, a term for someone who enjoys watching

Highland votes to remain in EU but UK backs leave


Published: Fri 24 Jun 2016

The UK has voted to leave the EU.

HIGHLAND voted to remain in the European Union but the UK has voted to leave. With a turn out of 71.6 per cent, 70,308 people (56 per cent) in the region wanted to stay, compared to 55,349 (44 per cent)

"North Star" ready to take title shot

Published: Thu 23 Jun 2016

Andrew Mackay

INVERNESS boxer Andrew Mackay would welcome a homecoming fight in Inverness as a thank you to the Highlands for all of their support over the last few months.

Inverness drivers warned - beware the yellow peril

Published: Thu 23 Jun 2016

Highland Council will crack down on illegal parking.

CITY drivers will be hit with thousands of parking tickets as traffic wardens try to claw back a whopping £550,000. Highland Council will need to fine five drivers £60 every day for the next five years

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