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Highland Wildlife Park welcomes two newborn Mishmi takin calves

21 April 2020
Highland Wildlife Park welcomes two newborn Mishmi takin calves

Highland Wildlife Park welcomes two newborn Mishmi takin calves

21 April 2020

Two newborn Mishmi takin calves at the Highland Wildlife Park have been named after characters from Game of Thrones.


Extensive repair plan revealed for the Cairngorm funicular

03 April 2020
Extensive repair plan revealed for the Cairngorm funicular

Extensive repair plan revealed for the Cairngorm funicular

03 April 2020

Details have emerged of the extensive works required to repair the Cairngorm funicular which has been out of operation for the past 18 months.


School visors made for NHS frontline in Highlands with ingenuity... and shatter-proof rulers

03 April 2020
School visors made for NHS frontline in Highlands with ingenuity... and shatter-proof rulers

School visors made for NHS frontline in Highlands with ingenuity... and shatter-proof rulers

03 April 2020

Kingussie High School has being doing its bit to help prepare the local NHS service for the tough coronavirus challenges which lie ahead.


Holiday-makers in Highlands are told to head home

25 March 2020
Holiday-makers in Highlands are told to head home

Holiday-makers in Highlands are told to head home

25 March 2020

Visitors staying on campsites, caravans and holiday parks in Scotland are being told to return home


Aviemore hotel at centre of redundancies storm is recruiting new staff

20 March 2020
Aviemore hotel at centre of redundancies storm is recruiting new staff

Aviemore hotel at centre of redundancies storm is recruiting new staff

20 March 2020

DESPITE laying off 30 workers with immediate effect, the owners of the Coylumbridge Hotel have been advertising for more staff.


Offers flood in to help sacked Aviemore hotel workers

20 March 2020
Offers flood in to help sacked Aviemore hotel workers

Offers flood in to help sacked Aviemore hotel workers

20 March 2020

GOOD Samaritans have come forward with offers to help 30 hotel workers sacked and told to vacate their accommodation with just one day's notice.


Plans lodged for repair of £20m Cairngorm funicular

12 March 2020
Plans lodged for repair of £20m Cairngorm funicular

Plans lodged for repair of £20m Cairngorm funicular

12 March 2020

HIGHLANDS and Islands Enterprise has submitted a planning application to Highland Council for engineering works at the Cairngorm funicular.


Snow leopard cub put to sleep at Highland Wildlife Park

16 December 2019
Snow leopard cub put to sleep at Highland Wildlife Park

Snow leopard cub put to sleep at Highland Wildlife Park

16 December 2019

The four-month-old male had colobomoa, a serious eye condition which causes vision problems and severe pain


Slopes at Cairngorm Mountain to open this weekend

03 December 2019
Slopes at Cairngorm Mountain to open this weekend

Slopes at Cairngorm Mountain to open this weekend

03 December 2019

It is the first time in the resort’s history that a launch date has been arranged as the ski area no longer relies on just Mother Nature


Countdown is on for arrival of Azuma trains in Inverness

03 December 2019
Countdown is on for arrival of Azuma trains in Inverness

Countdown is on for arrival of Azuma trains in Inverness

03 December 2019

A small piece of rail history will be made shortly when the new Azuma starts commercial service in the Highlands.


That's snow business! Biofuel to be used to power Cairngorm snow-making equipment

28 November 2019
That's snow business! Biofuel to be used to power Cairngorm snow-making equipment

That's snow business! Biofuel to be used to power Cairngorm snow-making equipment

28 November 2019

Snow making, road clearing and other diesel-fuelled machinery at Cairngorm Mountain is set to be powered by biofuel in the new year.


Jobs set for chop at sawmill

14 November 2019
Jobs set for chop at sawmill

Jobs set for chop at sawmill

14 November 2019

A Highland company has announced it is laying off up to 22 staff because of tough trading conditions in the timber sector.


Police confirm the discovery of body of missing Highland woman

07 November 2019
Police confirm the discovery of body of missing Highland woman

Police confirm the discovery of body of missing Highland woman

07 November 2019

The body of missing Carrbridge woman Jacqueline Ullmer has been found in the River Spey, police have now confirmed.


Pair are rescued while walking in the Cairngorms

05 November 2019
Pair are rescued while walking in the Cairngorms

Pair are rescued while walking in the Cairngorms

05 November 2019

Two walkers had to be rescued in poor conditions in the Cairngorms last night.


Halloween treats at wildlife park

31 October 2019
Halloween treats at wildlife park

Halloween treats at wildlife park

31 October 2019

Animals at the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland’s Highland Wildlife Park have been getting into the Halloween spirit


ELECTION: Lib Dem and Labour candidates bidding to unseat SNP MP

31 October 2019
ELECTION: Lib Dem and Labour candidates bidding to unseat SNP MP

ELECTION: Lib Dem and Labour candidates bidding to unseat SNP MP

31 October 2019

Two party candidates have so far been declared to battle the SNP's Drew Hendry for the Inverness, Nairn, Badenoch and Strathspey seat at Westminster


Removing the Cairngorm funicular will cost around £13.3m

02 October 2019
Removing the Cairngorm funicular will cost around £13.3m

Removing the Cairngorm funicular will cost around £13.3m

02 October 2019

HIE expects to submit the business cases for retaining and removing the mountain railway to the Scottish Government this December


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