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Highland Council's access rangers hit back after 'ridiculous assumptions' and online abuse over 'dirty camping' action

Highland Council's access rangers hit back after 'ridiculous assumptions' and online abuse over 'dirty camping' action

Highland Council's access rangers hit back after 'ridiculous assumptions' and online abuse over 'dirty camping' action

10 July 2021

Rangers reject suggestions they were heavy handed after discovering dirty campers near Loch Ness.


Evanton homes go-ahead welcomed

Evanton homes go-ahead welcomed

Evanton homes go-ahead welcomed

20 December 2020

MOVES to build dozens of homes in Evanton "will help many local people", a ward councillor believes.


Pupils riding to Easter Ross school urged to wear helmets

Pupils riding to Easter Ross school urged to wear helmets

Pupils riding to Easter Ross school urged to wear helmets

13 September 2020

AN Easter Ross head teacher has appealed to parents and carers to ensure children cycling to school wear helmets.


Ross-shire councillors on guard over possible introduction of parking charges

Ross-shire councillors on guard over possible introduction of parking charges

Ross-shire councillors on guard over possible introduction of parking charges

22 February 2020

FEARS that parking charges could be introduced against the wishes of locals in some Ross towns and villages have sparked a fresh debate.


Dingwall bridge ends two-year impasse and as father pays poignant tribute to son

Dingwall bridge ends two-year impasse and as father pays poignant tribute to son

Dingwall bridge ends two-year impasse and as father pays poignant tribute to son

14 December 2019

A poignant act of remembrance for a loved one has led to the end of a frustrating two-year impasse for Ross-shire's county town.


Alness woman is hailed a hero after winter walk challenge

Alness woman is hailed a hero after winter walk challenge

Alness woman is hailed a hero after winter walk challenge

17 November 2019

A ROSS-SHIRE woman who lost her brother to blood cancer when he was just nine has been hailed a Highland hero for her poignant tribute.


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