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River Ness Public Art Project Progressing

Chair of the Inverness City Arts Working Group, Cllr Isabelle MacKenzie, has welcomed the latest step in the River Ness Public Art Project, which is receiving national attention through articles like the one at the link here 

Scottish Conservatives launch new Drug Addiction Strategy: Life Plans

We are seeing and hearing of real increases in drug misuse and drug abuse across Scotland, including in Highland as recent cases in Inverness and elsewhere have shown. That is why the Scottish Conservatives have been working to develop our new Drug Addiction Strategy: Life Plan, launched today, a

New Pedestrian and Cycle Bridge opened at Stoneyfield

Scottish Conservative Councillor Isabelle MacKenzie was one of two Inverness Councillors at the official opening of the new pedestrian and cycle bridge at Stoneyfield, connecting the Inverness Retail Park and Stoneyfield Business centre.  The bridge also links up with the route to the UHI Campus,

Councillor MacKenzie Supporting Ashton Farm Concerns

Inverness Councillor Isabelle MacKenzie is continuing to support local farmers concerned about dogs worrying livestock, and is asking the UHI to do more to deter students from placing themselves at risk by entering the delivery bay area of the Retail Park, north of the new campus.  Managers at th

Labour Conference Report

LABOUR CONFERENCE REPORT

We’ll all pay the price.

What is Labour offering? Failed ideas, broken promises, and a plan to take us back to square one on Brexit.

Highland Conservatives Action Day in Thurso and Northwest Caithness

Councillor Struan Mackie and supporters out and about in the North

On Thursday 27th the Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross branch of the Highland Conservatives held an action day across Thurso and Northwest Caithness to deliver targeted letters from Ruth Davidson.