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Ross County push Rangers close in Don Cowie's first game in charge

Ross County push Rangers close in Don Cowie's first game in charge

The Staggies give title challengers scare in Glasgow.


Invergordon boss says beating champions could have big say in title race

Invergordon boss says beating champions could have big say in title race

Top of the table clash in Fortrose on Saturday.


Alness youngsters record big win over league leaders in under-18 north title race

Alness youngsters record big win over league leaders in under-18 north title race

United rocked the table toppers with a 2-0 win.


Highland business been making waves in the logistics industry since the 1950s

Highland business been making waves in the logistics industry since the 1950s

A business in the far-north of Scotland is looking forward to continuing to provide its clients with an unparalleled service over the course of 2024.


NICKY MARR: Equal education opportunities too much to ask for?

NICKY MARR: Equal education opportunities too much to ask for?

Comparing the opportunities that a tiny 28-pupil school can provide with what can be offered in a city school, isn’t comparing like with like.


WATCH: Volcano erupts at Ross-shire care home

WATCH: Volcano erupts at Ross-shire care home

A Muir of Ord care home created and erupted a papier-mâché volcano, created in homage to Charles Darwin's birthday.


Horseriding trek from Loch Ness will aid Highland Hospice

Horseriding trek from Loch Ness will aid Highland Hospice

The group will travel for five days in May from Dores to Kinloch Hourn, raising cash along the way.


Road works on A9 between Munlochy and Kessock Bridge set to start next week

Road works on A9 between Munlochy and Kessock Bridge set to start next week

BEAR Scotland is set to start essential road improvement works on the A9 south of Munlochy next week.


Nursery to reopen after hot water restored, confirms Highland Council

Nursery to reopen after hot water restored, confirms Highland Council

A Black Isle nursery which was forced to close on Wednesday after it lost its hot water is expected to reopen as normal tomorrow.


Alness attack: 'This was a nasty assault and significant violence was inflicted'

Alness attack: 'This was a nasty assault and significant violence was inflicted'

The victim of a vicious Alness assault by a man and a woman was able to identify his attackers leading to their arrest shortly afterwards.


Highland Council will work 'hand in hand' with businesses to realise Green Freeport potential

Highland Council will work 'hand in hand' with businesses to realise Green Freeport potential

Highland Council has responded to worries that not enough housing is planned to meet future demand in the region.


Roses are red, violets are blue, don't let a scammer take advantage of you

Roses are red, violets are blue, don't let a scammer take advantage of you

It may be the most romantic day of the year, but police have urged would-be love birds to beware romance scams and scammers


Ullapool Unpacked's award is 'something I've dreamed about for long time'

Ullapool Unpacked's award is 'something I've dreamed about for long time'

Evie Strange launched Ullapool Unpacked C.I.C. after being "daunted by how much waste a child could produce".


Highland councillor resigns from SNP after feeling 'increasingly disillusioned'

Highland councillor resigns from SNP after feeling 'increasingly disillusioned'

A Highland councillor from Caithness has resigned from the SNP, saying he is "deeply troubled" by the party's policies.


Ullapool and Gairloch schools' crisis: Education Secretary responds to concerns

Ullapool and Gairloch schools' crisis: Education Secretary responds to concerns

Scottish Education Secretary Jenny Gilruth says Highland Council has the tools at its disposal to tackle the rural schools' crisis.


Highland MSP repays £129 hotel bill expenses claim after losing flat keys at Holyrood

Highland MSP repays £129 hotel bill expenses claim after losing flat keys at Holyrood

Edward Mountain had been under fire for the £129 bill which, while legal, drew flak from politicians who argued he shouldn't claim for his own error.


Highland Council U-turn potential on its own Caley Thistle battery storage scheme decision

Highland Council U-turn potential on its own Caley Thistle battery storage scheme decision

The club says it is ‘absolutely bewildered’ and is considering legal action, accusing the local authority of ‘nimbyism’.


PICTURES: Sea damage to Far North Line revealed by Network Rail Scotland

PICTURES: Sea damage to Far North Line revealed by Network Rail Scotland

Rail passengers are bracing for further disruption, with engineers expected to give an update later today on when the line may reopen.


Valentine's Day top romantic film searches revealed – but is YOUR favourite on this quirky list?

Valentine's Day top romantic film searches revealed – but is YOUR favourite on this quirky list?

How did Arthur Hitchcock classic find its way into this listing?


£3m Black Isle water mains project completed

£3m Black Isle water mains project completed

A £3 million project to upgrade over 10km of water mains serving communities on the Black Isle has been completed.


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