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Peggy's path legacy applauded by Peffery Way activists

Peggy's path legacy applauded by Peffery Way activists

Peggy's path legacy applauded by Peffery Way activists

Family and friends of a community stalwart have handed a £563 boost to volunteers behind an all-abilities path linking Dingwall and Strathpeffer.


PICTURES: Black Isle beach dawn protest over pollution at sea

PICTURES: Black Isle beach dawn protest over pollution at sea

PICTURES: Black Isle beach dawn protest over pollution at sea

Fears over pollution in seas, lochs and waterways brought a diverse group of folk together last weekend for a dawn protest on a Black Isle beach.


'I came here ambitious and hopeful, and I found that it is the same old, same old'

'I came here ambitious and hopeful, and I found that it is the same old, same old'

'I came here ambitious and hopeful, and I found that it is the same old, same old'

A teenager from Ullapool declared himself 'very disappointed' over the engagement with young people at COP26.


Balancing pledges with pragmatism at COP26 as realities of energy transition hit home

Balancing pledges with pragmatism at COP26 as realities of energy transition hit home

Balancing pledges with pragmatism at COP26 as realities of energy transition hit home

ENERGY VIEWPOINT: By Andrew Bradshaw, head of energy insight, Fifth Ring


New grant scheme to support community groups in Highlands with climate change projects

New grant scheme to support community groups in Highlands with climate change projects

New grant scheme to support community groups in Highlands with climate change projects

A new grant scheme will offer funding to help community groups in the Highlands and Islands work with a researcher to run climate change projects.


PICTURES: Wind farm company under fire over single-track Highland road left like a 'patchwork quilt'

PICTURES: Wind farm company under fire over single-track Highland road left like a 'patchwork quilt'

PICTURES: Wind farm company under fire over single-track Highland road left like a 'patchwork quilt'

It is claimed that over 60 per cent of the areas damaged on the Strath Brora road by Gordonbush Extension traffic have not been repaired.


Highland Mammals past and present

Highland Mammals past and present

Highland Mammals past and present

High Life Highland countryside rangers will be offering every school across the region the opportunity to take part in conservation work for mammals.


MSP hails Scotland's plastic straw ban

MSP hails Scotland's plastic straw ban

MSP hails Scotland's plastic straw ban

Highland MSP Kate Forbes is welcoming news that Scotland will ban single-use plastic straws from next summer.


Highland input to protest at COP26

Highland input to protest at COP26

Highland input to protest at COP26

Highland cameraman catches something of the atmosphere at climate crisis event


Ross MSP encourages local engagement on consultation

Ross MSP encourages local engagement on consultation

Ross MSP encourages local engagement on consultation

Maree Todd MSP is encouraging businesses, individuals and local communities to take part in the consultation on draft Onshore Wind Policy Statement.


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