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Black Isle's Woodzstock Music Festival 'will go ahead'

Black Isle's Woodzstock Music Festival 'will go ahead'

Black Isle's Woodzstock Music Festival 'will go ahead'

The team behind a mini Black Isle music festival are pushing ahead with plans for it to return next month.


Neighbours celebrate People’s Postcode Lottery win

Neighbours celebrate People’s Postcode Lottery win

Neighbours celebrate People’s Postcode Lottery win

Two people in Drumnadrochit were celebrating over the weekend after winning £1000 each thanks to their lucky postcode.


Support for Loch Ness roundhouse rebuilding project

Support for Loch Ness roundhouse rebuilding project

Support for Loch Ness roundhouse rebuilding project

A restoration fund to rebuild a roundhouse destroyed by fire in community-owned woodland above Loch Ness has received a £1000 boost.


Fed-up residents line up litter-picking at hotspots in Highlands

Fed-up residents line up litter-picking at hotspots in Highlands

Fed-up residents line up litter-picking at hotspots in Highlands

PEOPLE from the Black Isle are planning to take matters into their own hands when it comes to litter.


'Will you walk a mile for us?' appeal from RNLI Kessock

'Will you walk a mile for us?' appeal from RNLI Kessock

'Will you walk a mile for us?' appeal from RNLI Kessock

PEOPLE who value the role of Ross-shire volunteers on call 24/7 throughout the year are being asked to show their support by taking on a challenge.


Dad launches crowdfunder appeal as family faces tough times

Dad launches crowdfunder appeal as family faces tough times

Dad launches crowdfunder appeal as family faces tough times

After battling more than his share of heartache and hardship, an Inverness dad-of-seven is facing up to his biggest fight.


Cancer charity’s online champ

Cancer charity’s online champ

Cancer charity’s online champ

AN Inverness man diagnosed with a rare form of blood cancer has been providing support to others as an online community champion.


War anniversary to be marked in Inverness

War anniversary to be marked in Inverness

War anniversary to be marked in Inverness

THE 75th anniversary of Japan's surrender which brought about the end of World War II will be marked with a ceremony in Inverness later this month.


Picnic raffle for lunch at Highland castle aids Inverness charity

Picnic raffle for lunch at Highland castle aids Inverness charity

Picnic raffle for lunch at Highland castle aids Inverness charity

A PICNIC lunch for six people on the lawn at Kilcoy Castle near Muir of Ord is up for grabs in a charity fundraising raffle.


Pedal power helps girls get lessons

Pedal power helps girls get lessons

Pedal power helps girls get lessons

A BIKE ride around the Highlands has become a money-spinner to help pay the school fees for 138 girls in Malawi.


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