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VIDEO:Development threat to Highland battlefield explored in annual lecture to commemorate 275th anniversary of the Battle of Culloden

VIDEO:Development threat to Highland battlefield explored in annual lecture to commemorate 275th anniversary of the Battle of Culloden

VIDEO:Development threat to Highland battlefield explored in annual lecture to commemorate 275th anniversary of the Battle of Culloden

16 April 2021

Fears have been raised that as land encroaching on the battlefield continues to attract commercial development the site may be lost altogether.


Historic heritage sites getting set to lower their drawbridges

Historic heritage sites getting set to lower their drawbridges

Historic heritage sites getting set to lower their drawbridges

16 April 2021

Online booking now available for destinations including Urquhart Castle, Fort George and Elgin Cathedral.


Council accused of not playing fair over popular Highland children's play park

Council accused of not playing fair over popular Highland children's play park

Council accused of not playing fair over popular Highland children's play park

15 April 2021

Tain Links play park was shut last weekend because the bark chippings which provide a soft ground covering around play equipment need to be replaced.


Emergency services attend early morning incident near Invergordon where a person was trapped in machinery

Emergency services attend early morning incident near Invergordon where a person was trapped in machinery

Emergency services attend early morning incident near Invergordon where a person was trapped in machinery

15 April 2021

The crew from Invergordon, along with crews from Tain, Dingwall and Inverness, were mobilised at 7.15am to come to the aid of the worker.


Groups must wait for grant news

Groups must wait for grant news

Groups must wait for grant news

15 April 2021

Groups in Maryburgh and Culbokie are hoping for funding boosts.


Youngster responding well to bone marrow transplant

Youngster responding well to bone marrow transplant

Youngster responding well to bone marrow transplant

15 April 2021

A brave four-year-old from Alness appears to be on the road to recovery after undergoing a bone marrow transplant.


Agencies urge public in Highlands to plan ahead before travelling

Agencies urge public in Highlands to plan ahead before travelling

Agencies urge public in Highlands to plan ahead before travelling

15 April 2021

Highland agencies have reminded everyone that facilities for overnight stays and many other visitor facilities are not open until 26 April.


Outdoor youth project gets back on track in Easter Ross town

Outdoor youth project gets back on track in Easter Ross town

Outdoor youth project gets back on track in Easter Ross town

15 April 2021

An Easter Ross initiative aimed at younger folk is set to get back on track today.


Election 2021: how to tackle depopulation and housing shortages in part three of our special election coverage

Election 2021: how to tackle depopulation and housing shortages in part three of our special election coverage

Election 2021: how to tackle depopulation and housing shortages in part three of our special election coverage

14 April 2021

Conservative candidate Jamie Halcro Johnston says if invest in the economy but not housing nothing will be achieved


Plans for Conon Bridge house to be decided

Plans for Conon Bridge house to be decided

Plans for Conon Bridge house to be decided

14 April 2021

It will be considered by members Highland Council's North Planning Applications Committee on Tuesday and has been recommended for approval.


Charity will be making moo-ves along a new art trail

Charity will be making moo-ves along a new art trail

Charity will be making moo-ves along a new art trail

14 April 2021

For the last two years, they have sent people nuts in search of squirrels along a colourful art trail.


Virtual 1745 Culloden Lecture will discuss the interaction between tourism, research and conservation at Highland battlefield

Virtual 1745 Culloden Lecture will discuss the interaction between tourism, research and conservation at Highland battlefield

Virtual 1745 Culloden Lecture will discuss the interaction between tourism, research and conservation at Highland battlefield

14 April 2021

The lecture will be delivered by Andrew Grant McKenzie at 5.45pm on Thursday April 15 on the eve of the 275th anniversary of the Battle of Culloden.


Easter Ross care home that blew away the coronavirus blues in frame for national award

Easter Ross care home that blew away the coronavirus blues in frame for national award

Easter Ross care home that blew away the coronavirus blues in frame for national award

14 April 2021

A fun-loving Ross-shire care home is in the running for a national award after delivering a packed programme of events for residents during lockdown.


Election 2021: The second part of our series asking Skye Lochaber and Badenoch MSP hopefuls what they would do about key issues

Election 2021: The second part of our series asking Skye Lochaber and Badenoch MSP hopefuls what they would do about key issues

Election 2021: The second part of our series asking Skye Lochaber and Badenoch MSP hopefuls what they would do about key issues

13 April 2021

Today the SNP's Kate Forbes puts forward radical solutions to keeping homes in the hands of Highlanders and thwarting depopulation


PICTURES: Our HNM staff pet pictures for National Pet Month

PICTURES: Our HNM staff pet pictures for National Pet Month

PICTURES: Our HNM staff pet pictures for National Pet Month

13 April 2021

The Highland News and Media team wanted to join in with National Pet Month: So here are some of our team's fluffy companions!


Mikeysline's longest day fundraising challenge

Mikeysline's longest day fundraising challenge

Mikeysline's longest day fundraising challenge

13 April 2021

Suicide prevention charity Mikeysline is asking fundraisers to take on an extra special event on the longest day to raise much needed money.


Dart football sessions hit target in Easter Ross

Dart football sessions hit target in Easter Ross

Dart football sessions hit target in Easter Ross

13 April 2021

SHARPSHOOTERS have been finding their range with a quirky game that is hitting the target with children attending sessions organised by a Tain group.


'Extraordinary service' of Easter Ross coxswain recognised

'Extraordinary service' of Easter Ross coxswain recognised

'Extraordinary service' of Easter Ross coxswain recognised

12 April 2021

A Ross-shire lifeboat team has paid tribute to the "extraordinary service" of one of its crew on reaching a major milestone.


'Inspirational' HRH Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh is mourned in Ross and Cromarty – with throwback pictures to Royal visits

'Inspirational' HRH Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh is mourned in Ross and Cromarty – with throwback pictures to Royal visits

'Inspirational' HRH Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh is mourned in Ross and Cromarty – with throwback pictures to Royal visits

12 April 2021

The Lord-Lieutenant of Ross and Cromarty, Joanie Whiteford has led a tribute to HRH The Duke of Edinburgh.


Local photos help develop memories and chat at Black Isle care home

Local photos help develop memories and chat at Black Isle care home

Local photos help develop memories and chat at Black Isle care home

12 April 2021

A Black Isle care home has put its residents in the frame for a trip down memory lane with a photography project.


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