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Highland rewilding project helped by National Geographic magazine

Highland rewilding project helped by National Geographic magazine

Highland rewilding project helped by National Geographic magazine

WORLD famous periodical National Geographic has helped to shine a light on Highland rewilding projects.


Inverness Remembered: A welcome return for a familiar festive favourite

Inverness Remembered: A welcome return for a familiar festive favourite

Inverness Remembered: A welcome return for a familiar festive favourite

Volume XVI in this popular series is about to hit the shops.


Reopen Inverness streets – petition launched to end chaos in city centre

Reopen Inverness streets – petition launched to end chaos in city centre

Reopen Inverness streets – petition launched to end chaos in city centre

Donald MacKenzie is “sick of the chaos” he says the Spaces for People measures have caused in the city centre


Highland shinty stalwart's memory to be honoured

Highland shinty stalwart's memory to be honoured

Highland shinty stalwart's memory to be honoured

A silver-mounted caman owned by past president, Ken Thomson, will be used to preserve his memory.


Black Isle Christmas trees helping householders set scene for festive season

Black Isle Christmas trees helping householders set scene for festive season

Black Isle Christmas trees helping householders set scene for festive season

Christmas trees grown on the Black Isle will feature amongst the festive fare being sold by a supermarket retailer this year.


Update: Cause of power cuts to hundreds of Inverness homes still being investigated

Update: Cause of power cuts to hundreds of Inverness homes still being investigated

Update: Cause of power cuts to hundreds of Inverness homes still being investigated

The cause of a fault which led to a power cut for hundreds of homes in Inverness is still being investigated.


Highland public can play part in ending "rip-off" delivery charges across the north

Highland public can play part in ending "rip-off" delivery charges across the north

Highland public can play part in ending "rip-off" delivery charges across the north

A Highland MP is urging local people to support campaigners fighting “rip-off” delivery charges across the region.


Adventurer calls at Tomatin while on her way John o' Groats

Adventurer calls at Tomatin while on her way John o' Groats

Adventurer calls at Tomatin while on her way John o' Groats

Rosie Swale Pope MBE visited The Strathdearn tea room and restaurant and the moment was shared through their Facebook page.


Man appears in court after drugs with street value of £5000 recovered in Inverness

Man appears in court after drugs with street value of £5000 recovered in Inverness

Man appears in court after drugs with street value of £5000 recovered in Inverness

Drugs with an estimated street value of £5000 were recovered by police officers following a raid in an Inverness neighbourhood.


Power cut hits parts of Inverness

Power cut hits parts of Inverness

Power cut hits parts of Inverness

A large area in Inverness has been hit by a power cut.


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