Lifesaving crews from across the north are joining forces next month to host Inverness’s first Emergency Services Day.
Two lifesaving volunteers from Inverness have returned from a vital training course in England which was geared towards helping them save the lives of people stranded at sea.
Two lifeboats were launched yesterday afternoon to assist a pleasure vessel in the Moray Firth after it was reported to be experiencing mechanical failure.
Two lifeboats have been launched this afternoon to assist a pleasure vessel in the Moray Firth after it was reported to be experiencing mechanical failure.
Primary school pupils in Inverness and Ross-shire are being encouraged to show their creative side by drawing a birthday card in celebration of Kessock lifeboat’s 25th anniversary.
The Kessock lifeboat was launched at around 10.30pm on Friday night after reports of a flare being set off in the Fortrose area.
A Highland lifeboat crew have been launched to assist a drifting sailing boat in the Black Isle.
A north lifeboat and UK Coastguard rescue helicopter have converged on the Moray Firth.
A canoeist has been rescued from the mouth of the River Ness after struggling to battle with the tide.
Inverness Coastguard were called into action this morning to assist a broken-down yacht. The Hauf vessel’s engine failed while it was sailing underneath the Kessock Bridge, about 10.50am. The coastguard team launched Kessock Lifeboat who towed the boat to safety.
A north lifeboat was launched yesterday to go to the aid of a stricken yacht in the Inner Moray Firth.
This thrilling video shows Kessock inshore lifeboat leap into action to rescue two kayakers after choppy conditions gave them difficulties on Thursday July 23.
A north lifeboat had to interrupt its training to help a yacht which had run aground near the entrance to Inverness Harbour.
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An Inverness woman who came close to being swept away by the city's fast-flowing river has thanked her rescuers.
A major search of Loch Ness and the Inner Moray Firth was launched after a marine VHF distress call was received by HM Coastguard in Aberdeen this morning.
A north volunteer who has been saving lives at sea for more than two decades has been honoured for his dedication and long service.
Emergency services including Kessock Lifeboat were called to Inverness city centre after reports that a man was in the River Ness.
Volunteers at Kessock RNLI Lifeboat Station will be taking to the water in a new £160,000 rescue boat - thanks to a generous donation from a benefactor.