David Kerr

News reporter for the Press and Journal, based in Inverness and covering the Highlands.
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April 22, 2014

Two drivers have been reported for allegedly driving at 48mph and 33mph in a 20mph zone outside Whiteness school in Shetland.

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April 22, 2014

A woman has been taken to Raigmore Hospital after her car went off the A9 at Tore Roundabout this afternoon. She was described as “conscious and breathing” when she taken away in an ambulance.

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April 22, 2014

One lane has reopened on the A832 between Wick and Watten after an incident involving three vehicles this morning. Police say there are no serious injuries.

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April 22, 2014

Mallaig lifeboat rescued another boat which had got into difficulty off the west coast last night. The rescue involved towing a small boat into harbour after its engine failed.

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April 22, 2014

Three vehicles have been involved in a crash on the A836 near Wick just after 9.30am this morning.

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April 21, 2014

Local farmers, MSPs and police have met at Dingwall Mart to discuss the ongoing investigation into the bird of prey deaths in the Black Isle.

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A9 crash

April 21, 2014

The A9 has been closed in both directions following an accident involving a 4×4 car and a motorcycle. The road is closed near the House of Bruar junction in Perthshire.

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April 21, 2014

An expert biologist has warned that capercaillie could be at risk because of planned housing and tourism development in the Cairngorms.

Protest march at poisonings

April 12, 2014

Conservationists yesterday demanded the Scottish Government take serious steps to deal with wildlife crime, as nature lovers prepare to march through Inverness in memory of the poisoned Black Isle raptors.

North joins in global turn-off

March 28, 2014

Buildings in the Highlands and islands are joining landmarks from around the world in switching off lights to raise awareness of climate change.

New force formed to fight wildfire threat

March 6, 2014

NEW plans to tackle wildfires have been unveiled amid fears the spring could bring another wave of the devastating outbreaks which have plagued the Highlands.

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