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High Life Highland leadership officer Elizabeth McDonald signed up to the Penguin Challenge and started her quest in November.
Campaigners against a planned bus gate at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness have welcomed a decision to delay the project for further ecological studies.
Lack of snow cover means that there will be no skiing or snowboarding when resort reopens
Online booking now available for destinations including Urquhart Castle, Fort George and Elgin Cathedral.
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A DOZEN more Covid-19 infections have been detected across the NHS Highland area in the past day.
Highland agencies have reminded everyone that facilities for overnight stays and many other visitor facilities are not open until 26 April.
SNP candidate Maree Todd says it will increase provision for before and after school all year round
Conservation charity the National Trust for Scotland (NTS) is holding events to mark the 275th anniversary of the Battle of Culloden this Saturday.
Co-leader Patrick Harvie came to Inverness to call for the de-centralisation of power in Scotland
Mark Bell from AABConsulting discusses the support that should be offered to Scotland's young entrepreneurs.
PD Jet was hit by a train while chasing burglars in Gloucestershire.
The military warning will be played by Buglers of the Royal Marines.
A congregation of 30 people will be required to socially distance and wear face masks.
Philip has been lying at rest in the private chapel in Windsor Castle.
Championship player of the month agrees three-year deal
Hitting peak form in the final stretch of the campaign.
Bulgarian striker has been given notice of complaint by Scottish FA for excessive misconduct.
Midfielder/full back received top award.
Hearing will take place next month
Draw was good result says defender
Fixture changed due to Prince Philip's funeral.
Team is growing in stature
Keen to put some fruit and veg through their paces? We put chef Rob Howell’s new cookbook to the test.
This week, we try Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town, Evil Inside, Doctor Who: The Lonely Assassins, and Crash Bandicoot: On The Run!
A proper comforting pudding.
When it comes to both cars and cyclists on the road, Nicky says "We urgently need a full-on education campaign."
Beautiful weather greeted hundreds of happy and inquisitive shoppers as Inverness Farmers’ Market made a welcome return after a three-month absence.
The Climate Tales competition has been announced as part of the COP 26 event.
The show has been moved to April 2022, the second time the date has been changed.
The show which celebrates everything to do with the Scottish outdoors from farming to environmental stories returns to our screens.
For the first time in 16 months, the Empire Theatre at Eden Court will host an audience.
A new date for Dancing in the Moonlight stars Toploader's Strathpeffer Pavilion gig has been announced.
Sound and performance artist Maja Zećo has been announced as Aberdeen Art Gallery’s first artist-in-residence following the Gallery’s redevelopment.
COVID-proof plans for a weekend of music and song from some of Scotland’s best folk musicians have been unveiled by a Ross-shire arts organisation.
Tickets go on sale on Friday, April 16 at 10am on Ticketmaster.
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