Plans afloat to reinvent Nairn Harbour


Published: Tue 21 Feb 2017

Councillor Michael Green at Nairn Harbour.

PLANS to regenerate Nairn and turn its harbour into a world class tourism destination have been unveiled. A voluntary group made up of representatives from Highland Council, Highland Harbour Board, Nairn

Two men in court over Friars Bridge collision

Published: Mon 20 Feb 2017

Friars Bridge was closed as police investigated following the early morning collision

TWO men have been reported to the procurator fiscal following a road traffic collision on the A82 at Friars Bridge early yesterday morning. As the result of a collision between a black Volkswagen Passat

Benefits freeze a 'recipe for disaster' for tenants


Published: Sun 19 Feb 2017

Concerns were raised during a council meeting about tenants affected by benefits freezes

COUNCIL tenants should not be taken to court if they cannot pay their rent due to benefit freezes, a councillor has warned. Worried councillors discussed the income of their housing department at the community

Highlands' Route 66 on CNN's top road trip list

Published: Fri 17 Feb 2017

Corrieshalloch Gorge, south-east of Ullapool, is on the North Coast 500 route.

AN American TV channel has described the North Coast 500 (NC500) as one of the world's "must see" road trips. CNN placed NC500 second on their list and described the drive, which skirts the north coast

Grisly find uncovered in Black Isle cave


Published: Fri 17 Feb 2017

How Rosemarkie Man would have looked in life according to facial reconstruction experts

A GRISLY secret harboured in a Black Isle cave for more than a thousand years has finally been brought to light. Archaeologists working at Rosemarkie have uncovered the remains of a man who was brutally

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