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Deer gate damaged by 'mindless' vandals at Highland glen

Deer gate damaged by 'mindless' vandals at Highland glen

Deer gate damaged by 'mindless' vandals at Highland glen

A gate at Reelig Glen has been vandalised.


Black Isle woodland at centre of buyout bid

Black Isle woodland at centre of buyout bid

Black Isle woodland at centre of buyout bid

The couple feel the woodland has so much to offer the local community.


'Sufficient support' for discussion on returning lynx: 'We’re in the realm of not yet, but not never'

'Sufficient support' for discussion on returning lynx: 'We’re in the realm of not yet, but not never'

'Sufficient support' for discussion on returning lynx: 'We’re in the realm of not yet, but not never'

A new study backs continuing talks about the reintroduction of the big cat though Highland farmers have expressed fears.


New hydro scheme's electrical infrastructure plans to be displayed

New hydro scheme's electrical infrastructure plans to be displayed

New hydro scheme's electrical infrastructure plans to be displayed

PUBLIC views are being sought on plans to construct new transmission infrastructure linked to the proposed Coire Glas hydro scheme at Loch Lochy.


UHI campus appoints new research director with vision for progress

UHI campus appoints new research director with vision for progress

UHI campus appoints new research director with vision for progress

UHI Inverness has appointed a director to lead biodiversity and freshwater conservation research.


Ross folk encouraged to share favourite places to walk to help celebrate National Walking Month

Ross folk encouraged to share favourite places to walk to help celebrate National Walking Month

Ross folk encouraged to share favourite places to walk to help celebrate National Walking Month

Scotland’s walking charity is encouraging members of the public to get involved in a month-long campaign to celebrate the country’s love for walking.


Two Wester Ross woodlands dedicated to the Queen

Two Wester Ross woodlands dedicated to the Queen

Two Wester Ross woodlands dedicated to the Queen

As part of the Queen's Green Canopy, launched for the Platinum Jubilee, two woodlands in Wester Ross have been dedicated to the queen.


Ben Shieldaig proposals tabled with Highland Council by Woodland Trust

Ben Shieldaig proposals tabled with Highland Council by Woodland Trust

Ben Shieldaig proposals tabled with Highland Council by Woodland Trust

The Woodland Trust charity is seeking planning permission for work near Ben Shieldaig.


Anglers offered prime time on Ross-shire beat

Anglers offered prime time on Ross-shire beat

Anglers offered prime time on Ross-shire beat

Anglers in Ross-shire and beyond are being offered the chance to hook some prime fishing at the peak of the season.


Ross groups move up a gear in waste-cut bid

Ross groups move up a gear in waste-cut bid

Ross groups move up a gear in waste-cut bid

An eco-friendly social enterprise in Inverness is working with groups across the Highlands to reduce waste and build more sustainable consumption.


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