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Inaugural coastal gala a success for Strathpeffer rowing club

Inaugural coastal gala a success for Strathpeffer rowing club

Inaugural coastal gala a success for Strathpeffer rowing club

A LANDLOCKED rowing club’s first coastal regatta has been hailed a success with crews from across the region taking part despite dreich weather.


UPDATE: Woman (63) dies after car accident

UPDATE: Woman (63) dies after car accident

UPDATE: Woman (63) dies after car accident

A woman has died following a car accident on the Black Isle this morning.


UPDATE: A835 reopens to traffic following earlier 'serious accident' between Tore roundabout and Conon Bridge

UPDATE: A835 reopens to traffic following earlier 'serious accident' between Tore roundabout and Conon Bridge

UPDATE: A835 reopens to traffic following earlier 'serious accident' between Tore roundabout and Conon Bridge

UPDATE (4.15pm): THE A835 between the Tore roundabout and Conon Bridge reopened to traffic this afternoon following an earlier "serious accident".


'Gnarled old beauty' in Highland woodland in running for tree of the year accolade

'Gnarled old beauty' in Highland woodland in running for tree of the year accolade

'Gnarled old beauty' in Highland woodland in running for tree of the year accolade

AN ancient Glen Affric elm tree likely to strike a chord with fans of the Lord of the Rings is in the running to be named Scotland's Tree of the Year.


Strathpeffer statues inspire Dingwall choral group performance

Strathpeffer statues inspire Dingwall choral group performance

Strathpeffer statues inspire Dingwall choral group performance

A Ross-shire choral group is on the hunt for new members ahead of a very special performance later in the year.


Cadet siblings to compete in UK-wide cross country championship after Scottish success

Cadet siblings to compete in UK-wide cross country championship after Scottish success

Cadet siblings to compete in UK-wide cross country championship after Scottish success

CROSS-country success means two Easter Ross cadet siblings will represent Scotland next month.


'Jury still out' over Dingwall flooding works following positive public meeting

'Jury still out' over Dingwall flooding works following positive public meeting

'Jury still out' over Dingwall flooding works following positive public meeting

THE jury is still out over efforts to tackle future flooding in Dingwall but the council’s response is a step forward, a flood victim believes.


Pauper's poignant memorial set to be re-erected at Black Isle churchyard

Pauper's poignant memorial set to be re-erected at Black Isle churchyard

Pauper's poignant memorial set to be re-erected at Black Isle churchyard

A poignant ceremony at a Black Isle kirkyard represents the end of a true labour of love.


Twenty-one police officers involved in stand-off at quarry

Twenty-one police officers involved in stand-off at quarry

Twenty-one police officers involved in stand-off at quarry

An armed response team were among those called to a Highland quarry as a man threatened to kill himself.


Climate change protest in Highland capital calls for action

Climate change protest in Highland capital calls for action

Climate change protest in Highland capital calls for action

PROTESTERS of all ages flocked to Inverness city centre to join a global protest to fight climate change.


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