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Electric vehicle and environment views sought as council marks Climate Week

Electric vehicle and environment views sought as council marks Climate Week

Electric vehicle and environment views sought as council marks Climate Week

OPINIONS and ideas over electric transport uptake are being sought by Highland Council at a series of special events to mark Scotland's Climate Week.


Fund for coastal communities will benefit Ross-shire

Fund for coastal communities will benefit Ross-shire

Fund for coastal communities will benefit Ross-shire

Applications for a share of a £3m fund to benefit coastal communities in Ross-shire and the wider Highlands will open before the end of the year.


Flood alert remains in place for Easter Ross and Great Glen

Flood alert remains in place for Easter Ross and Great Glen

Flood alert remains in place for Easter Ross and Great Glen

A FLOOD alert remained in place for Easter Ross and the Great Glen on Monday morning, following yesterday's torrential rain in much of the Highlands.


Wester Ross beauty spot blaze sparks safety appeals

Wester Ross beauty spot blaze sparks safety appeals

Wester Ross beauty spot blaze sparks safety appeals

A rapid response by firefighters to a potentially devastating peat blaze put a pristine area of treasured Caledonian pine woods at risk.


Next steps for path linking two Ross-shire communities

Next steps for path linking two Ross-shire communities

Next steps for path linking two Ross-shire communities

The Peffery Way Association has launched the next stage of its campaign to secure a safe path linking Dingwall and Strathpeffer.


Mighty Highland sentinel in running for national accolade

Mighty Highland sentinel in running for national accolade

Mighty Highland sentinel in running for national accolade

A LONE sentinel standing guard in a Highland forest has found itself at the centre of a popularity contest.


Ben Eighe comes under TV spotlight

Ben Eighe comes under TV spotlight

Ben Eighe comes under TV spotlight

The impact of coronavirus and a glimpse on how rural parts of Ross-shire have emerged from lockdown will come under the Tv spotlight.


Invergordon garden group bugs backers for help!

Invergordon garden group bugs backers for help!

Invergordon garden group bugs backers for help!

A community group creating a garden from a wasteland in Invergordon is on the lookout – for bugs!


Ross-shire 'hidden gem' in running for award

Ross-shire 'hidden gem' in running for award

Ross-shire 'hidden gem' in running for award

ONE of Ross-shire's "hidden gems" is in the running for an award recognising businesses which help rural areas to thrive.


Timber freight scheme to take 250 lorries off A9 and A99 a week

Timber freight scheme to take 250 lorries off A9 and A99 a week

Timber freight scheme to take 250 lorries off A9 and A99 a week

Caithness is playing a key role in a £195k project which hopes to show that moving timber by rail is a viable and greener alternative to using roads.


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