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Read our collection of articles about online dating. Popular Profiles Profiles most popular with other members. A habitual gas sniffer was abusive to security staff at the Eastgate Centre in Inverness when he was asked to leave the building, a court has heard. Multi-million pound plans to develop the "gateway to the Highlands" were unveiled to the public yesterday. ScotRail passengers have been advised to expect delays and cancellations on services between Inverness and Wick this morning.
A year-old Wester Ross man appeared in private at Inverness Sheriff Court yesterday on a charge of assault to severe injury. Callum Brown, of Ullapool, made no plea, was committed for further examination and remanded in custody.
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Police in Inverness are appealing for information to help trace missing man Alan Munro. A year-old Inverness man who inflicted a double jaw fracture on a retired accountant "because he felt like it" was jailed for 18 months yesterday. An Inverness nightclub owner has spoken out over the decision to close his city centre premises - costing around 20 jobs - claiming the change in pub times is hitting clubs.
Hundreds of primary school pupils were evacuated from an Inverness school yesterday following fears of a suspected gas leak. Union chiefs last night voiced fears for the health and safety of NHS Highland porters over the handling of clinical waste - and are threatening to call for strike action after claims workers suffered needle wounds. Roads around a Highland primary school have reopened after hundreds of pupils were evacuated this morning because of a suspected gas leak.
Just one police job has been created in the north in the 16 months since force chiefs pledged to redistribute staff, it has emerged.
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Two Liberal politicians from the north of Scotland are among the new names in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Two members of an Inverness congregation have been awarded Benemerenti papal awards from Pope Francis. A cash bonanza will be shared across the north and north-east to fund a multi-cultural Burns Night, dance parties for lonely pensioners, a scheme to help Syrian refugees and a Highlands-based American football team. A year-old Inverness waiter who was found lurking around a property when it could be inferred he was there to commit theft escaped a jail sentence yesterday.
Inverness scaffolder Reece Taylor was ordered to carry out hours of unpaid work after admitting assaulting his partner. Highland Council bosses have warned of a 'challenging scenario' after receiving millions of pounds less in funding than expected. The former VisitScotland tourist office in South Uist will take on a new life in April when it re-opens as a gift shop - but will also return a tourist information service to the location.
A year-old Inverness man who struck his partner over the head with a wine bottle and then tried to strangle a police sergeant was jailed for a year yesterday. Two different reasons for trying to access a locked flat in Inverness landed a year-old man in trouble with the law. A two-day operation is underway to clean up the mess left by an "unprecedented" sandstorm in Thurso during Monday's gales.
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More than one-quarter of all the dog owners caught behaving cruelly to their pets live in the north-east. A year-old Inverness man formed an online relationship with another man who coerced him into having sexual activity with a dog. The north's university is pioneering a fast-track childcare course aimed specifically at men in a stereotype-busting move.
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Strong winds are causing chaos across the north and north-east of Scotland today with disruption to traffic and schools. The number of new library memberships issued in the north-east, Highlands and Islands is reducing, leading to a call for more people to support the beloved community service. Council bosses have been urged to invest in training more apprentices to reduce spending on costly temporary agency workers.
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Inverness and Fort William residents and visitors will soon be able to top up their water bottles in town with the installation of new water stations this spring. An Inverness-shire church currently for sale reopened as a place of worship on Saturday to host the wedding of a local girl- 63 years after her gran got married there and 35 years after her mum tied the knot in the same church.
Social prescribing - such as encouraging people to walk or run - is now part of the NHS tool kit to combat rising levels of mental health and wellbeing problems in Scotland. An Inverness GP surgery has signed up to an outdoor initiative they hope will bring big health and wellbeing benefits to their patients.
A medical ward at Raigmore Hospital has closed its door to new admissions and visitors following the outbreak of norovirus. Emergency services are attending a multi-car incident on the A96 east of Gollanfield. Seriously ill patients from the west Highlands and islands are enduring gruelling three-times-a-week trips of hundreds of miles for life-saving kidney dialysis — sparking calls for treatment to be made available locally.