Inverness-shire

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Inverness-shire

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Inverness,

former county, NW Scotland. Under the Local Government Act of 1973, Inverness-shire was divided in 1975 between the new Highland region and Western Isles island authority (now both council areas).

Inverness-shire

(until 1975) a county of NW Scotland, now part of Highland
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The Met Office said the Atlantic storm brought severe gales of between 60mph and 80mph across Scotland and northern parts of England, and some mountainous regions in Aberdeenshire and Invernessshire reported speeds of around 140mph.
Temperatures plunged to -7.3C in The Cairngorms, -4.5 at Tulloch Bridge, Invernessshire, and -3.5C in Bridgefoot, Cumbria.
James Houison arrived in Sydney in 1832 as a 32-year-old carpenter and clerk of works from Nairn in Invernessshire. He began his colonial career by building verandahs on some of the 'Villas of Darlinghurst' and soon graduated to bigger and better projects.
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a strange partnership between a brash young poet from Invernessshire and a group of Edinburgh literati...." Church and University in the Scottish Enlightenment: The Moderate Literati of Edinburgh (Princeton: Princeton UP, 1985) 242-43.
The ex-soldier, 48, of Invernessshire, in Scotland, said: "The wind and snow were beyond anything I've ever experienced.
Mrs Gloag, 60-year-old cofounder of the Stagecoach bus company and one of Britain's richest women, is seeking an order to stop Ian and Patricia Hamilton using an outhouse and other land on Beaufort Estate, which she owns in Invernessshire. The Hamiltons have rented Coach House cottage on the estate near Beauly since the early nineties.
water or milk, salt or sugar at the World Porridge Making Championship in Carrbridge, Invernessshire. The Golden Spurtle is awarded for the best traditional porridge of oats, water and salt.
Looking at my Little Chef map of the UK, which helpfully tells me that Unit 350 at Spean Bridge in Invernessshire will be opening shortly (Note to all potential sponsors - did you see what just happened there?) it looks to me as though Southampton might make a good starting point on the south coast.
The grandad–offive, 71, has helped hundreds of OAPs by setting up friendship clubs in Invernessshire among many other initiatives.