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Filmmakers running wild across Highlands as ‘first ever’ 48-hour film project begins

The three-day project kicked off at Eden Court yesterday.

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Morning flight from Inverness to Gatwick cancelled due to ‘air traffic control restrictions’

Easyjet say the cancellation was “outside of their control”.

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The economy and not healthcare is the Scottish people’s number one priority according to an official new survey

The findings show that 42 per cent of respondents believe economic prosperity ranks above the NHS in Scotland.

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‘This is me trying to make a positive out of a horrible situation’

Halde Pottinger discusses how his brother’s passing earlier this year helped inspire him to enter Ness Factor 2024.

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Dingwall’s Joanne Ross gears up for gig at her ‘first ever Belladrum’

Dingwall Ness Factor star Joanne Ross is gearing up for her first ever Belladrum, with a prime-time gig slot at the 25,000-person festival.

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EXPLAINED: Solving the mystery of Welsh’s Bridge over Inverness train tracks

Highland Archive Centre experts dug deep and found an example of nimbyism that’s some 160 years old.

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New operator seizes ‘great opportunity’ to take reins at Bellfield Park

James MacDonald is the man behind ‘Bloom at Bellfield’

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Disabled driver with Blue Badge travels from Orkney to Inverness only to be hit by £100 parking penalty

Highland Council meanwhile states Blue Badges mostly cover on-street parking.

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NHS HIGHLAND: Food that is highly processed may be barely recognisable from the original ingredients

When we look at takeaways, we need to remember that we often have no idea what ingredients are included, says our columnist.

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PICTURES: Best of Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival’s 20 Years Part 2

Part 2 looks back at some of the biggest acts who played the festival from 2014-2018

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‘Fun and free’ activities for the whole family with return of Bella Boffinarium

The Bella Boffinarium returns this year with a stacked three-day schedule.

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Death of trailblazing Highland politician and UHI catalyst prompts flood of tributes

‘Val was driven by a determination to ensure every young person in the Highlands had an opportunity to thrive.’

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Rare wartime flying boat touches down at Inverness Airport

A rare World War II flying boat has flown over Inverness in honour of two Catalina pilots who each received the Victoria Cross 80 years ago.

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‘Extremely disappointing’ as Inverness public art piece targeted with graffiti

Highland Council has said it is ‘extremely disappointing’ to see another incidence of vandalism at The Gathering Place.

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Who in the Highlands is impacted by the worldwide IT outage?

Who is impacted by the global IT outage?

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Parents’ plea to find daughter (29) missing in the Highlands and ‘very vulnerable’

Mary Sweetman from west Wales, is autistic “very vulnerable” according to her parents. Contact was last made with Mary on July 2.

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Inverness groups join forces to run day of creative workshops

The event will be followed by a drink, draw and DJ session in the evening at Wasps Creative Academy.

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Heroin found in Nairn home after police intercepted suspicious parcel

"She was selling the drug to feed her own habit,” hears Inverness Sheriff Court.

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Highland Business Women Awards’ shortlist selected

Over the coming weeks, each category will be revealed – with an array of cutting-edge businesses and leaders making it to the finals.

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‘Crombledon’ is just ace for Black Isle tennis kids

Fun and games in Cromarty as tennis skills were sharpened ahead of a good-natured showdown.