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Archaeology Festival to showcase Highland’s historic past

Archaeology Festival to showcase Highland’s historic past

Archaeology Festival to showcase Highland’s historic past

For three weeks, starting this Saturday, the Highland Archaeology Festival will offer a range of walks, exhibitions, and activities for all ages.


Visitors can spend a penny in comfort – with help of a £1.5 million Highland Council outlay

Visitors can spend a penny in comfort – with help of a £1.5 million Highland Council outlay

Visitors can spend a penny in comfort – with help of a £1.5 million Highland Council outlay

A £1.5 million investment by Highland Council will help ensure visitors can spend a penny in comfort next year.


Trail aims to promote sustainable tourism as route marks 10th anniversary

Trail aims to promote sustainable tourism as route marks 10th anniversary

Trail aims to promote sustainable tourism as route marks 10th anniversary

A long-distance trail near Inverness can play a key role in the drive for low-carbon tourism, according to the organisation behind the route.


New Clephanton bike path

New Clephanton bike path

New Clephanton bike path

A new path for cyclists and pedestrians at Clephanton could be the first of many improvements for safer active travel in the area.


'Make Nairn bypass a budget priority', Scottish Government urged

'Make Nairn bypass a budget priority', Scottish Government urged

'Make Nairn bypass a budget priority', Scottish Government urged

Concerned community leaders are urging the Scottish Government to treat the long-awaited Nairn bypass as a matter of urgency in its spending plans.


Ocean Winds and Aker unveil ScotWind bids to produce 6GW of energy in the Moray Firth

Ocean Winds and Aker unveil ScotWind bids to produce 6GW of energy in the Moray Firth

Ocean Winds and Aker unveil ScotWind bids to produce 6GW of energy in the Moray Firth

The partnership has submitted bids for several sites in the Outer Moray Firth, using floating devices to deliver 6000MW of energy


New phase in the restoration of Boleskine House, on the banks of Loch Ness, begins

New phase in the restoration of Boleskine House, on the banks of Loch Ness, begins

New phase in the restoration of Boleskine House, on the banks of Loch Ness, begins

Project will see the historic home with a new roof, making it wind and water tight.


Gearing up for a green future

Gearing up for a green future

Gearing up for a green future

A group of friends has successfully cycled from the Highlands to Holyrood to highlight green issues and climate change to MSPs.


PICTURES: Wildcat kittens born at field centre in the Highlands

PICTURES: Wildcat kittens born at field centre in the Highlands

PICTURES: Wildcat kittens born at field centre in the Highlands

Two wildcat kittens have been born at a centre near Beauly as part of a breeding project to save the species.


Council aims to create an energy from waste hub on the Longman

Council aims to create an energy from waste hub on the Longman

Council aims to create an energy from waste hub on the Longman

The plant could cost up to £190 million but would save the council £11 million a year disposing of 80,000 tonnes of rubbish


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