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Sea Savers pack final 71 pod recycling bags as scheme ends

Sea Savers pack final 71 pod recycling bags as scheme ends

Sea Savers pack final 71 pod recycling bags as scheme ends

01 March 2024

Ullapool Sea Savers bagged-up the final 71 bags of coffee pods to be recycled, as the highly-successful scheme comes to an end.


FAI probe to begin next month into death of nursery teacher Chloe Morrison hit by lorry in Drumnadrochit

FAI probe to begin next month into death of nursery teacher Chloe Morrison hit by lorry in Drumnadrochit

FAI probe to begin next month into death of nursery teacher Chloe Morrison hit by lorry in Drumnadrochit

01 March 2024

A Fatal Accident Inquiry (FAI) will begin next month into the death of a nursery teacher struck by a lorry in Drumnadrochit.


'People will die' warning over Wester Ross out of hours row

'People will die' warning over Wester Ross out of hours row

'People will die' warning over Wester Ross out of hours row

01 March 2024

Worried community leaders have warned NHS Highland “people will die” after plans to downgrade the Out of Hours medical service sparked a row.


Rag'n'Bone Man's special guest support acts for Inverness gig announced

Rag'n'Bone Man's special guest support acts for Inverness gig announced

Rag'n'Bone Man's special guest support acts for Inverness gig announced

01 March 2024

A pair of support acts will be special guests when Rag'n'Bone Man performs in Inverness this summer.


HITA: Celebrating the best in the tourism industry for 17 years

HITA: Celebrating the best in the tourism industry for 17 years

HITA: Celebrating the best in the tourism industry for 17 years

01 March 2024

The 17th Highlands & Islands Thistle Awards, which launches today, celebrates the best tourism businesses in the Highlands.


REVEALED: Highland Council has kept over 300 planning breach investigations secret

REVEALED: Highland Council has kept over 300 planning breach investigations secret

REVEALED: Highland Council has kept over 300 planning breach investigations secret

01 March 2024

The council is investigating more than 300 land owners and property developers for breaching planning rules, without publishing any details online.


Details behind Highland Council's agreed 'outline' budget will only be known in two weeks

Details behind Highland Council's agreed 'outline' budget will only be known in two weeks

Details behind Highland Council's agreed 'outline' budget will only be known in two weeks

29 February 2024

The agreed proposals are branded 'nebulous, vague, hazy, obscure, indistinct, unclear, indefinite, murky, blurred, formless and featureless.'


'Strictly Inverness is terrifying but I am loving it'

'Strictly Inverness is terrifying but I am loving it'

'Strictly Inverness is terrifying but I am loving it'

29 February 2024

Rachel Wood signed up in a bid to challenge herself and is already looking at more ways to expand her boundaries.


'Big-bodied babe' turns head of judges at Dingwall mart amidst 'ferocious' trade

'Big-bodied babe' turns head of judges at Dingwall mart amidst 'ferocious' trade

'Big-bodied babe' turns head of judges at Dingwall mart amidst 'ferocious' trade

29 February 2024

Dingwall and Highland Marts sold 3156 sheep of all classes after some "ferocious" trade.


Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival adds host of further acts to line-up

Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival adds host of further acts to line-up

Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival adds host of further acts to line-up

29 February 2024

A HOST of new names have been added to the line-up for this year's Belladrum Festival.


Hundreds without electricity after power cut in Lochalsh

Hundreds without electricity after power cut in Lochalsh

Hundreds without electricity after power cut in Lochalsh

29 February 2024

Hundreds of people in and around the Plockton area could be without electricity for several hours after a power cut.


Highland Council leadership passes budget unchanged despite serious challenges

Highland Council leadership passes budget unchanged despite serious challenges

Highland Council leadership passes budget unchanged despite serious challenges

29 February 2024

Council leader Raymond Bremner says it 'allows for significant investment to take place and protect jobs across our communities.'


Ross-shire Engineering employee nominated as a finalist in the Ex-Forces in Business Awards

Ross-shire Engineering employee nominated as a finalist in the Ex-Forces in Business Awards

Ross-shire Engineering employee nominated as a finalist in the Ex-Forces in Business Awards

29 February 2024

Neil Murray, RSE internal plant coordinator, has been shortlisted in the engineering excellence award category.


Four people caught up in avalanche in the Cairngorms

Four people caught up in avalanche in the Cairngorms

Four people caught up in avalanche in the Cairngorms

29 February 2024

One member of the group ended up buried waist deep in snow


40mph speed limit planned for A9 roundabout accident blackspot

40mph speed limit planned for A9 roundabout accident blackspot

40mph speed limit planned for A9 roundabout accident blackspot

29 February 2024

One of the region's busiest roundabouts and notorious accident blackspots looks set for a much reduced speed limit under plans by Transport Scotland.


Strike action sees UHI support staff walk-out in the Highlands

Strike action sees UHI support staff walk-out in the Highlands

Strike action sees UHI support staff walk-out in the Highlands

29 February 2024

Staff at the University of the Highlands and Islands hit the picket line this morning amid ongoing strike action over pay and job losses.


Ross County announce cash injection has written off losses of over £579,000

Ross County announce cash injection has written off losses of over £579,000

Ross County announce cash injection has written off losses of over £579,000

29 February 2024

Staggies release latest financial report.


Attempted break-in sparks police plea for information

Attempted break-in sparks police plea for information

Attempted break-in sparks police plea for information

29 February 2024

Police in Alness have appealed for witnesses and information after an attempted break-in at an industrial estate.


Highland Council budget day: LibDems demand £50m more for St Clement's and roads

Highland Council budget day: LibDems demand £50m more for St Clement's and roads

Highland Council budget day: LibDems demand £50m more for St Clement's and roads

29 February 2024

The group wants £20 million to end the decades-long wait for a new St Clements special school and £30 million for roads over three years.


ScotRail's early morning Wick to Inverness service hit by staff illness

ScotRail's early morning Wick to Inverness service hit by staff illness

ScotRail's early morning Wick to Inverness service hit by staff illness

29 February 2024

Train travellers on this morning’s early service from Wick to Inverness have been hit by disruption north of Lairg.


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