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Environmental campaigners stage protest in city

Environmental campaigners stage protest in city

Environmental campaigners stage protest in city

Extinction Rebellion Highland to stage a Clean Up Your Act event outside Barclays Bank in Union Street tomorrow.


Highland Council considers ways to end the blight of dirty camping as alcohol bans and wardens are suggested to combat irresponsible visitors

Highland Council considers ways to end the blight of dirty camping as alcohol bans and wardens are suggested to combat irresponsible visitors

Highland Council considers ways to end the blight of dirty camping as alcohol bans and wardens are suggested to combat irresponsible visitors

Efforts will also be put into providing better facilities for tourists with possible opportunities for landowners to accommodate motorhomes


Dire warning about risk to life caused by fly-tipping

Dire warning about risk to life caused by fly-tipping

Dire warning about risk to life caused by fly-tipping

Reckless fly-tippers have been warned that their actions near Inverness are "posing a danger" not just to the environment but also to lives.


'We are ready for winter', says Highland Council as it gears up for the colder months

'We are ready for winter', says Highland Council as it gears up for the colder months

'We are ready for winter', says Highland Council as it gears up for the colder months

"WINTER is coming and we are ready", Highland Council has said as it prepares to launch its seasonal gritting programme.


Virtual Highland hike "circles" world

Virtual Highland hike "circles" world

Virtual Highland hike "circles" world

Online walking challenge Hike the Highlands clocks up a distance equivalent of the world's circumference


Council urges businesses and public to have say over food growing strategy

Council urges businesses and public to have say over food growing strategy

Council urges businesses and public to have say over food growing strategy

RESIDENTS and businesses across the region are being encouraged to respond to a food growing strategy.


The Force is strong with Moray Firth dolphin Yoda after he is spotted in new home

The Force is strong with Moray Firth dolphin Yoda after he is spotted in new home

The Force is strong with Moray Firth dolphin Yoda after he is spotted in new home

A DOLPHIN named after a beloved Star Wars character who disappeared a long time ago has been found in a sea far, far away.


Inverness woman furious after litter and smashed glass left behind at children's play area by partying youths

Inverness woman furious after litter and smashed glass left behind at children's play area by partying youths

Inverness woman furious after litter and smashed glass left behind at children's play area by partying youths

Posting four pictures of broken alcohol bottles and litter left behind, Sofie Marie Macleod warned parents not to go there until it was cleaned up.


Highland and Moray farmers on deadline to apply for soil friendly tyre grant

Highland and Moray farmers on deadline to apply for soil friendly tyre grant

Highland and Moray farmers on deadline to apply for soil friendly tyre grant

Farmers in the Highlands and Moray have just a few days to apply for funding for more soil friendly tyres


Proposed marina on Moray Firth would not threaten bottlenose dolphins, according to consultants

Proposed marina on Moray Firth would not threaten bottlenose dolphins, according to consultants

Proposed marina on Moray Firth would not threaten bottlenose dolphins, according to consultants

Ambitious plans for a 500-berth marina between Inverness and Nairn would be unlikely to upset the area’s delicate eco-system if managed responsibly.


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