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Change in the air at Inverness charity The Oxygen Works as chairman steps down after 10 years

An influential figure at an Inverness-based charity is stepping down from his leadership role after a decade of dedicated service.

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Man (29) arrested in connection with assault in Nairn

A man has been arrested in connection with the assault of a man and a woman in Nairn town centre.

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Fault at Stirling sparks disruption to train services on Highland Main Line

Damage to the overhead lines at Stirling is causing disruption on trains between Inverness and Edinburgh this morning.

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New development manager appointed for iconic Highland route NC500

The organisation behind one of Scotland’s most popular routes announced the creation of a new role.

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Highland Council declares a ‘housing challenge’ as it needs 24,000 homes in a decade costing up to £2.8 billion

The local authority issues a paper looking at how renewable companies could help deliver the new homes.

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Highland Council convenor hits back after claims of “democratic outrage” over denied debate

Highland Council’s convenor has hit back in the row over the blocking of debate on a plan to give the public more clarity on major energy proposals.

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Trains cancelled between Inverness and Elgin and on the Far North line

Passengers travelling between Inverness, Wick and Elgin will face major disruption today due to several train cancellations.

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PICTURES: Highland cycle hero Roddy Riddle’s kilt back on international duty 30 years after Commonwealth Games appearance for Scotland

Could the kilt worn by a Highland cycling legend 30 years ago at the Commonwealth Games be a lucky charm for Scotland in Cologne tonight?

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Police close road during Nairn incident

Emergency vehicles have been seen in Falconers Lane.

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A9 at Daviot reopens after two-vehicle crash

The A9 at Daviot has fully reopened following a road crash involving two vehicles this afternoon.

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‘It’s such a personal thing to have somewhere to call home’ - MSP who was once homeless joins committee

Highlands and Islands MSP who was once homeless has been appointed to a Scottish Parliamentary committee which focuses on housing.

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Which roads will be closed as Highland Pride marches through Inverness?

Map shows full route of the parade on Saturday, June 22.

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‘We are elated’ - approval of plans for new Nairn Academy sparks joy

Nairn councillors have expressed their satisfaction after plans for a new secondary school in Nairn were given the green light yesterday.

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Highlands housing crisis: The £2.8 BILLION plan to get 24,000 new homes built across the north

New free port development fuelling future need for more accommodation in Inverness and Easter Ross.

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Claims of “democratic outrage” as Highland Council blocks bid to give public more say over controversial electricity infrastructure schemes

Highland Council’s refusal to debate a plan to empower people to better assess energy developments has been described as a “democratic outrage”..

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A9 at Daviot is partially blocked in both directions after a multi-vehicle crash

Emergency services were called to the scene around 2pm on Tuesday, June 18.

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Highland Council grants planning permission for new £54 million Nairn Academy

The new school is set to be opened just after the 2026 summer holidays while the old school will be demolished.

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Rural Scotland and migration in spotlight as Highlands mark Refugee Festival Scotland

A Kurdish-born Scottish politician and human rights activist will join a panel at an Inverness event to mark the Refugee Festival Scotland.

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Police raid after tip-off finds cocaine in Inverness house

Defence lawyers tell Inverness Sheriff Court that their clients have changed.

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Inverness man showed knife to CCTV camera at Eastgate Shopping Centre

Defence solicitor told Inverness Sheriff Court: "It was extremely foolish.”