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New Nessie 'sighting' on Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings Register

30 July 2021
New Nessie 'sighting' on Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings Register

New Nessie 'sighting' on Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings Register

30 July 2021

Another possible sighting of Nessie – the eighth this year – has been reported by visitors after they saw an unidentified movement in Loch Ness.


'Nature is healing, calming and can often help us find new perspectives in life'

25 July 2021
'Nature is healing, calming and can often help us find new perspectives in life'

'Nature is healing, calming and can often help us find new perspectives in life'

25 July 2021

Work by a Cairngorms-based artist is the latest to go on show at a gallery in Beauly.


Highland castle developer: 'It’s going to be very exciting...I think we’re going to surprise a few people'

25 July 2021
Highland castle developer: 'It’s going to be very exciting...I think we’re going to surprise a few people'

Highland castle developer: 'It’s going to be very exciting...I think we’re going to surprise a few people'

25 July 2021

£18m plans to make a Highland castle a major visitor destination have taken a step forward.


PICTURES: Pots of fun for green-fingered youngsters at shopping centre

24 July 2021
PICTURES: Pots of fun for green-fingered youngsters at shopping centre

PICTURES: Pots of fun for green-fingered youngsters at shopping centre

24 July 2021

Green-fingered youngsters have been busy getting creative at the Eastgate Shopping Centre.


Cattle help keep history alive at iconic Highland site

23 July 2021
Cattle help keep history alive at iconic Highland site

Cattle help keep history alive at iconic Highland site

23 July 2021

The National Trust for Scotland (NTS) has hired a noisy new conservation team.


Highland coach company gives boost to parents of sick kids

23 July 2021
Highland coach company gives boost to parents of sick kids

Highland coach company gives boost to parents of sick kids

23 July 2021

D&E Coaches has presented 500 family tickets to Archie Highland.


Call for Scotland's outdoor access code to be reviewed amid complaints about irresponsible visitors

22 July 2021
Call for Scotland's outdoor access code to be reviewed amid complaints about irresponsible visitors

Call for Scotland's outdoor access code to be reviewed amid complaints about irresponsible visitors

22 July 2021

Scotland’s outdoor access code should be reviewed as tourism has put added pressure on the countryside, according to a Highlands and Islands MSP.


New teachers in Highlands celebrate after challenging year

22 July 2021
New teachers in Highlands celebrate after challenging year

New teachers in Highlands celebrate after challenging year

22 July 2021

The newest batch of Highland teachers gathered for a socially distanced celebration.


World's strongest brothers give new business an opening day lift

21 July 2021
World's strongest brothers give new business an opening day lift

World's strongest brothers give new business an opening day lift

21 July 2021

The world’s strongest brothers have officially opened a new state-of-the-art builder’s merchant in Inverness.


PICTURES: Supporters of mental health charity Mikeysline face fears for fundraising leap of faith

17 July 2021
PICTURES: Supporters of mental health charity Mikeysline face fears for fundraising leap of faith

PICTURES: Supporters of mental health charity Mikeysline face fears for fundraising leap of faith

17 July 2021

Staff and supporters of Highland mental health charity Mikeysline faced their fears for a fundraising challenge.


Plaque unveiling recalls World War II bomber ditching in Loch Ness

16 July 2021
Plaque unveiling recalls World War II bomber ditching in Loch Ness

Plaque unveiling recalls World War II bomber ditching in Loch Ness

16 July 2021

The ditching of a Wellington bomber in Loch Ness WWII and its subsequent discovery decades later have been recalled in the unveiling of a new plaque.


Let's talk about mental health, says sister of Highland man who took his own life

16 July 2021
Let's talk about mental health, says sister of Highland man who took his own life

Let's talk about mental health, says sister of Highland man who took his own life

16 July 2021

The sister of a man who took his own life is urging people to speak more openly about their mental health.


Highland Council produces booklet for increased numbers of visitors travelling in a motorhome or campervan

14 July 2021
Highland Council produces booklet for increased numbers of visitors travelling in a motorhome or campervan

Highland Council produces booklet for increased numbers of visitors travelling in a motorhome or campervan

14 July 2021

A motorhome and campervan guidance booklet has been produced to help visitors enjoy the Highlands responsibly.


Former British Legion Club to be transformed into boutique hotel amid boom in visitor accommodation developments

14 July 2021
Former British Legion Club to be transformed into boutique hotel amid boom in visitor accommodation developments

Former British Legion Club to be transformed into boutique hotel amid boom in visitor accommodation developments

14 July 2021

A former club for ex-service personnel in a prime Inverness location is the latest site set to be transformed into a boutique hotel.


Highland live music venue plans to reopen: 'It will be a cauldron of entertainment'

14 July 2021
Highland live music venue plans to reopen: 'It will be a cauldron of entertainment'

Highland live music venue plans to reopen: 'It will be a cauldron of entertainment'

14 July 2021

A popular Highland live music venue plans reopening with new look


Police launch awareness campaign after number of vehicles stolen rises amid easing of coronavirus restrictions

13 July 2021
Police launch awareness campaign after number of vehicles stolen rises amid easing of coronavirus restrictions

Police launch awareness campaign after number of vehicles stolen rises amid easing of coronavirus restrictions

13 July 2021

A rise in the numbers of vehicles being stolen has prompted Police Scotland to launch an awareness raising campaign.


Trunk roadworkers reveal impact of physical and verbal abuse from public on mental health

12 July 2021
Trunk roadworkers reveal impact of physical and verbal abuse from public on mental health

Trunk roadworkers reveal impact of physical and verbal abuse from public on mental health

12 July 2021

One in four roadworkers has suffered mental health issues following verbal or physical abuse from the public, according to new figures.


PICTURES: Students unveil art exhibition at community gallery in shopping centre

11 July 2021
PICTURES: Students unveil art exhibition at community gallery in shopping centre

PICTURES: Students unveil art exhibition at community gallery in shopping centre

11 July 2021

Work by creative arts students has been unveiled in a new exhibition in Inverness.


Army Reserve major, author and former Highland journalist takes on new role as deputy lord lieutenant

11 July 2021
Army Reserve major, author and former Highland journalist takes on new role as deputy lord lieutenant

Army Reserve major, author and former Highland journalist takes on new role as deputy lord lieutenant

11 July 2021

Former Highland journalist Mike Edwards has been appointed the deputy lord lieutenant of Dunbartonshire.


City bridge reopens after closure on health and safety grounds

11 July 2021
City bridge reopens after closure on health and safety grounds

City bridge reopens after closure on health and safety grounds

11 July 2021

A popular Highland footbridge has reopened after it was temporarily closed due to health and safety concerns.


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