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Hydration on tap thanks to Highland businesses

Hydration on tap thanks to Highland businesses

Hydration on tap thanks to Highland businesses

A scheme has been launched in the Inverness and Loch Ness area to provide residents and visitors with free access to tap water when out and about.


Wildfire risk plea made to the public

Wildfire risk plea made to the public

Wildfire risk plea made to the public

The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service urging people to take care as wildfire risk is high over the weekend and on Monday.


ANALYSIS: Council hails 'significant achievement' on landfill progress

ANALYSIS: Council hails 'significant achievement' on landfill progress

ANALYSIS: Council hails 'significant achievement' on landfill progress

The Scottish Government has placed a ban on all non-household biodegradable waste going to landfill from 2025.


New fund open for community groups to apply

New fund open for community groups to apply

New fund open for community groups to apply

A new £1.5 million fund is now open and Highland community groups are being encouraged to apply.


PICTURES: The best of Moy Country Fair

PICTURES: The best of Moy Country Fair

PICTURES: The best of Moy Country Fair

Moy Country Fair returned for the first time since 2019 last week as people enjoyed agricultural and countryside highlights.


Should beavers be returned to Rivers Affric, Glass and Beauly?

Should beavers be returned to Rivers Affric, Glass and Beauly?

Should beavers be returned to Rivers Affric, Glass and Beauly?

A consultation takes place today at Cannich Community Hall Room about the reintroduction of beavers to local rivers. What are your thoughts?


Nairn residents make a blooming good start

Nairn residents make a blooming good start

Nairn residents make a blooming good start

An unkempt corner of Queenspark has been transformed into a flower bed by volunteers of Nairn Residents Group.


Skills development scheme shows rewilding is wildly popular after three-year project comes to end

Skills development scheme shows rewilding is wildly popular after three-year project comes to end

Skills development scheme shows rewilding is wildly popular after three-year project comes to end

A REWILDING charity based near Loch Ness has finished a landmark three-year skills development project.


Green initiatives in the Highlands announced as finalists for rewilding awards

Green initiatives in the Highlands announced as finalists for rewilding awards

Green initiatives in the Highlands announced as finalists for rewilding awards

HIGHLAND rewilding projects were announced in the shortlist for a prestigious rural award.


Traffic cones, clothing and bottles and tins fished out of river

Traffic cones, clothing and bottles and tins fished out of river

Traffic cones, clothing and bottles and tins fished out of river

A haul including 34 traffic cones, three tyres, a road sign and hundreds of bottles and tins have been fished out of the River Ness by anglers.


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