Scottish election: Inverness and Nairn election hustings
Tourism, jobs, local services and how each political party would use Holyrood's new tax-raising powers were up for discussion at a BBC Radio Scotland hustings in Inverness on Wednesday.
The candidates vying to become the MSP for Inverness and Nairn went head-to-head in Eden Court, Inverness.
BBC Scotland's Craig Anderson hosted panellists Carolyn Caddick of the Scottish Liberal Democrats, the SNP's Fergus Ewing, Edward Mountain of the Scottish Conservatives, Scottish Labour's David Stewart, UKIP's David Coburn and John Finnie from the Scottish Greens.
The election will be held on 5 May when voters will decide who they want to represent them at the Scottish Parliament in their constituency and region.
28 Apr 2016
- From the section Scotland